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Croatia on fire after World Cup ‘miracle’

first_img0Shares0000Croatia fans in Zagreb celebrate the World Cup semi-final win over England which sets up a first ever appearance in the final © AFP / Denis LovrovicZAGREB, Croatia, Jul 11 – Tears and cries of joy, hugs and chants, firecrackers and flares — Croatia was on fire late Wednesday after their victory against England set up a first ever appearance in a World Cup final.“Croatia in World Cup finals! It is so beautiful! Miracle of all miracles in Russia!” the state-run HRT television commentator Drago Cosic shouted ecstatically. Croatia beat England 2-1 in extra-time thanks to a Mario Mandzukic goal in the second period of extra-time to book a date with France in Moscow on Sunday.Thousands of fans gathered at the country’s largest fan zone in Zagreb’s main square, braving intermittent rain to cheer on the “Fiery Ones” (Vatreni) on a giant screen.“We don’t intend to stop now,” coach Zlatko Dalic assured HRT.Popular song “Play my Croatia” was played on radio stations and waiters, shop workers, TV presenters and nurses donned red-and-white jerseys.Some stores closed early to enable employees to watch the match, with various concerts, plays and cinema screenings cancelled.The side led by Luka Modric have been feted as national heroes for their run to the last four in Russia.They matched the feat of their predecessors in 1998 who reached the semi-finals in the country’s first World Cup as an independent nation.But on Wednesday night Dalic’s players did even better, securing a historic first World Cup final for the country of about four million people.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


first_imgA group set up to examine a report into the latest flooding at Letterkenny General Hospital will publish its findings by the end of this month.Letterkenny General HospitalAn interim report into flooding at the hospital was considered by the Letterkenny Hospital Rebuild Steering Group on Friday Sept 26.The Steering Group expects to be in a position to publish the results of the investigation near end October, when the full report and all related documentation will be made available to the public. On Friday Oct 3rd, the Chair of the Letterkenny Hospital Rebuild Steering Group, Bill Maher, Group Chief Executive of the West/North West Hospitals Group, and the Chair of the Investigation Team, John Browner, Assistant National Director, HSE Estates, shared progress to date with local public representatives and consulted with them on the next steps that are being taken as the report is being brought to a conclusion.The meeting was also attended by the interim chair of the West/North West Hospitals Group, Dr John Killeen; non-executive director of the West/North West Hospitals Group, Donegal solicitor, Sharon Moohan; the general manager of Letterkenny General Hospital, Séan Murphy; HSE Estates Manager Mike Bermingham; and Facilities Manager, LGH, Peter Byrne.Mr Fergal Doherty, Area Manager, Roads & Transportation, represented Donegal County Council at the meeting.The public representatives were updated on the investigations and remedial works that are taking place within the grounds of Letterkenny General Hospital and the investigations that are being conducted or identified as necessary outside of the hospital grounds so that the risk of flooding at the hospital can be eliminated or reduced into the future. Mr Bill Maher, Group Chief Executive of the West/North West Hospitals Group, stated, “We had a very constructive meeting and valuable input from the public representatives.”He thanked Deputy Charlie McConalogue TD, Deputy Joe McHugh TD, Cllr. Ciaran Brogan, Cllr. Gerry Crawford, Cllr. James Pat McDaid and Cllr Bernard McGuinness for their attendance. FINDINGS OF HOSPITAL FLOOD INVESTIGATION TO BE PUBLISHED AT END OF MONTH was last modified: October 7th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfloodLetterkenny General Hospitallast_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny General HospitalNEW details are emerging of the ‘night from hell’ suffered by nurses, doctors and their patients at Letterkenny General Hospital this week.Understaffed and over-run with patients, chaos reigned.One cancer patient spent 14 hours in hospital and another elderly patient fell out of bed. It begs the question – who is running our hospital? Reader Loren Rea was there with her husband. Here’s her story:BY DONEGAL DAILY READER LOREN REAThis is horrific! Here is my own little horror story. I felt like I had stepped onto the set of the ‘Walking Dead’ series when I arrived at Letterkenny A&E on Monday to collect my husband.The whole unit was swarming & heaving with people, patients, bodies & staff . Our Hospital was completely overwhelmed. There were no beds available in the hospital, the Emergency Unit was stacked to bursting and had been since early Monday 2am,  nearly to capacity as there were no beds or gurneys available. So everyone was relegated to examination cubicles through the night with only a sheet of paper between them and the very narrow rock hard exam room table.There had been no spare pillows or blankets; so the heat was belting and no one could get a breath. In spite of their situation I must say the Staff were Champion.Though they could not admit him, my husband received excellent care in the circumstances. He was discharged later that day approx 10 hours later, as the doctor put it’ he had become ill at a very unlucky time’ ..My hubby said the poor old man laying in the cubicle next to him had fallen to the floor in the night and was extremely fortunate to have avoided a serious injury.The Unit was so hot with no fresh air coming through he could not get a breath. He needed to spend some time near entrance doors in a wheel chair. Everyone in the A&E were working double hard, and were very busy trying to care for all the patients. but they had no where to send them! This is too sad and so needs to be on TOP of List to be sorted.This is a great hospital but there only is so much they can do and being overwhelmed makes for serious mistakes and patients to be sent home that possibly need Medical attention or need to be under observation.It was a situation where they were so overwhelmed they were forced to choose between the sick and the desperate.Please we need to all come together in Donegal try to help change this.. We must all speak as one regarding all of the hospital budget cuts, and false economies. Our services are being crippled and our funding is going elsewhere. Donegal is becoming like a Third world country. If any of these things – like Mrs Maura Porter she was lying, dying on the road in the rain for an hour,just to get transport to a hospital –  or our situation in Letterkenny Hospital were to occur in Dublin there would be riots in the streets.. Please Write , visit , call your TD, HSE . SHARE THIS MESSAGE PLEASELoren ReaCarndonaghWHO IS RUNNING OUR HOSPITAL? ONE READER’S INSIDE STORY OF THE NIGHT FROM HELL was last modified: January 16th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:cutbacksHSEletterkenny hospitallast_img read more


first_imgDonegal Junior LeagueReports Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoDrumoghill F.C. Reserves 1 Curragh Athletic Reserves 4Drumoghill will wonder how they let this game slip so badly as they had dominated play for long periods of the game. The first goal arrived within minutes off kick-off when Justin Mc scored from the penalty spot after Dylan Irwin was fouled. Drumoghill fought back and were on level terms on the stroke off half time when Shay Mc Daid slotted home after some fine play by John O’ Kane. Curragh got their second on the hour when Dylan Irwin fired home from close range. Drumoghill pushed hard for an equaliser for the rest of the game but in doing so allowed Curragh the space they needed to exploit the Drumoghill defence. Gary Quinn added goal number three in the 85th minute with a simple tap in and Johnny Corcoran finished off the scoring in injury time with a fine volley giving the keeper no chance. Referee: John CoyleWatson Hire Division One Curragh Athletic 0 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 4Three first half goals from brothers Johnny Friel (2) and Mark Friel ensured all three points for Kerrykeel when means Kerrykeel are almost certainly safe while Curragh are condemned to Division Two for next season. In fairness to the young Curragh side they tried their best but were no match for a very experienced Kerrykeel who also had the experienced Paddy Mc Granaghan score a second half goal to wrap up victory. Best for Curragh were Gary Kelly, Tim Scanlon and Jason Sweeney. Referee: Mick Lagan.Old Orchard Saturday Division OneCastlefin Celtic Reserves 4 Glenree United Reserves 1Castlefin kept their survival hopes alive with a comprehensive home victory over Glenree on Wednesday evening. The visitors started the brighter but found themselves behind after 10 minutes when a Travis Lafferty through ball found Matthew O’ Rourke who slotted home. The hosts began to dominate and doubled their advantage when an O’ Rourke effort from 25 yards flew into the top corner on the stroke of half time. In the 55th minute O’ Rourke completed his hat-trick when he rounded the keeper to tap home after a through ball. Robert Patterson completed the home side’s scoring when he unleashed an unstoppable strike from the left with 75 minutes played. The visitors got a consolation when John Cunningham tapped home after a free from the left. Referee: Marty Mc GarrigleBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division Cappry Rovers 1 Donegal Town 3Donegal took the lead after 10 minutes when Benny Byrne scored with a fine header from a corner. Cappry pressed looking to get level put couldn’t find a way through the Donegal Town defence. Donegal Town made it 2-0 in the 32nd minute when a Stephen Browne header found the bottom corner. Cappry started the 2nd half well and pressed looking for an early goal. Cappry got a goal back in the 57th minute when Kevin Mc Glynn scored with a shot from the edge of the box. Cappry tried hard to get level and went close on a couple of occasions. In the 72nd minute Benny Byrne made it 3-1 with a good finish from outside the box. Both teams had chances to score again but neither found the net again. Team Performances from both Cappry and Donegal. Referee: Con McLaughlin.Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCranford United 2 Rathmullan Celtic 4 (No Report Submitted)Old Orchard Saturday Division OneArranmore United 2 Fintown Harps AFC 2Arranmore came back from two goals down against Fintown. The away side scored after 25 minutes to make it 1-0 and doubled their lead before the break following a defensive mix-up. Michael McHugh got the home side back into the game on 65 minutes when he dispatched a penalty into the corner.. And when it seemed as though Fintown might hold out Phil Boyle did well to win possession before laying the ball off to Martin Proctor who found Chris Mc Glanaghey and he did brilliant to run clear and equalise. Phil Boyle and Sean O’ Hara were best for Arran, team performance from Fintown. Referee: Seamus Mc GroaryCastlefin Celtic Reserves 1 Erne Wanderers 4Erne kept their title hopes alive after taking all three points away to Castlefin, though the score-line didn’t reflect the game. Castlefin had the better of the first half with Damien Mc Anenny having a great chance to open the scoring only for a good save from the Erne keeper. Mc Anenny had another chance on the half hour but his strike went narrowly wide. After a foul in the Castlefin box Erne were awarded a penalty which Barry Mulligan stepped up to calmly finish on the stroke of half time. Erne doubled their advantage three minutes into the second half when Alan Russell tapped home a rebound after the first effort came back off the post. Castlefin pulled one back on the 60th minute when JP Malley found Damien Mc Anenny who headed home from close. Erne added another in the 70th minute Michael Ward got a touch to a free kick to direct it into the net. Five minutes later Ward wrapped up the game after beating the outside trap to finish neatly into the top corner. Referee: Barry HunterGlenea United Reserves 2 St. Catherines Reserves 2Glenea Reserves completed their home programme with a hard fought draw. The home side started brightly and took the lead on 15 minutes when Martin Maguire headed home a Ryan Lafferty cross. Glenea looked to extend their lead but failed to take advantage of the chances that came their way and on 35 minutes were made to pay when St. Catherines equalised. Ryan Murray then saw his header from a free-kick hit the post and from the rebound Paul Muirhead drilled the ball home. In the 2nd half Glenea continued to press but like the 1st half failed to take advantage of their possession until 70 minutes when Neill Mc Geever headed home a Shane Coll corner. The home side looked for another goal but couldn’t find it and the away side equalised again on 83 minutes when Ryan Murray headed home from close rangeBest for Glenea were Martin Maguire and Darren Doogan, while it was a team effort from St Catherines. Referee: Michael McFadden.Glenree United Reserves 2 Donegal Town Reserves 4(No Report Submitted)Orchard F.C. 2 Glencar Celtic 1Glencar had the better of the early exchanges and penned Orchard back with Cathal Gallagher causing Orchard problems. As the game moved on Orchard came close through John Boyle and Niall Bonner. The deadlock was broken on twenty five minutes when a Glencar Corner was not cleared and Seany Houston made a great run from deep to drive his shot to the top corner form inside the box. Glencar nearly extended their lead a few minutes later when Froggy Brown shot over from close in. Orchard got level on forty minutes when they won a free. Joe McCarron sent the free to the back post where Charles McLaughlin rose highest to score. The second have continued as the first with both teams fully committed. Orchard should have went in front when Niall Bonner turned the Glencar defence and keeper but saw his shot hit the post from six yards out and then cleared off the line. As the half wore on it was Glencar who came closest when a shot from Gallagher was turned around the post by Tommy McLaughlin in the Orchard net. In the seventy fifth minute Orchard got in front when Eddy Moore was upended in the box, up stepped Niall Bonner to slot the pen to the bottom right corner of the net. Orchard withstood some late pressure to hold on for the three points. Best for Orchard: Charles McLaughlin, John Boyle and Ciaran Gibbons. Best for Glencar: Cathal Gallagher. Referee: P MartinGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoKeadue Rovers Reserves 5 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 0Keadue Reserves finished off their home games in League Two in style at Central Park on Saturday and with it guaranteed promotion to Division One. It was a decent day for football and Keadue were straight out of the blocks with an impressive start. They didn’t have to wait long with the opener coming on three minutes when Daniel Bonner rose highest to direct home a corner. It was 2-0 on seven minutes following some excellent play down the left involving Cian Boyle and Aidan Gillespie, Boyles’ shot was blocked by the keeper but he followed up to slot home the rebound. Keadue were knocking it around very well at this stage and could’ve been further ahead. After twenty minutes the home side were 3-0 ahead, Conor Greene with the goal. Drumoghill’s first chance of the game came on thirty three minutes when a shot from inside the box was well saved by Ben Boyle in the Keadue goals. At the start of the second half, with the advantage of the wind, Drumoghill had the better of the first ten minutes. Play was becoming scrappy overall however with the strong breeze dictating the pattern. Keadue upped the tempo with a few subs and on sixty seven minutes Adam Neely came close with a snap shot from close range saved by the keeper. On seventy minutes the game was concluded when Daniel Bonner got his second of the game, again from a header. Keadue made it 5-0 on seventy seven minutes when a good through ball was poked home on the run by Adam Neely. Towards the end Keadue did most of the attacking and had a few other efforts. They eased to victory in the end and sealed promotion and play Tullyvinney Rovers next Saturday needing just a point to be crowned champions. Best for Keadue were Daniel Bonner, Conor Greene and Cian Boyle while best for Drumoghill were Ethan McCready, Kevin Higgins and Richard Tinney. Referee: Andrew Mullin.Drumbar F.C. 2 Milford United Reserves 1The first half saw the home side dominate but go in 1-0 down at half time. Drumbar just could not make anything of several great chances. However the second half was better with the back four of Drumbar pushing further up the field and not giving Milford space to create any chances. Ciaran Nixon was dominating the aerial battle in midfield and worked tirelessly throughout. Gavin Bennett picked up a ball wide on the left and made a good run in from the wing and drilled a shot across the box past the Milford keeper to get the home team back on level terms. It took a late strike from substitute Keelan Heeney to seal all three points. The young 15year old took a wonderful first touch to beat his man on the right wing. He then got the ball back onto his right foot and laced an excellent shot across the goal to the top corner giving the Milford keeper no chance. What an entrance to senior football for this young man, he certainly showed no nerves taking on that shot! Best on the day for Drumbar United was Ciaran Nixon, however man of the match goes to the man who got the match winner Keelan Heeney.Mulroy Celtic 3 Cranford United Reserves 1Mulroy went into the game looking to secure a point to guarantee a play-off spot and duly obliged with a hard fought three points gained against the men of Cranford. Shaun Mc Govern opened the scoring when he pounced on a clearance, rattling the ball home from eighteen yards. Michael Sweeney doubled the lead when played through on goal and he finished nicely. Cranford pulled a goal back but the two goal advantage was restored through Packie Mc Elwaine who tapped the ball home at the back post. The second half passed without incident, Oisin Blaney kept Cranford in the game. Shaun Mc Govern excelled for the home side.Strand Rovers 3 Ramelton Mariners 0Strand Rovers are promoted to Division One of the Donegal Saturday League in just their second season of existence. Told to prepare for another year the Maghery men joined the League for the 2013/’14 season. Having learned the ropes last term the Stephen Barrett led outfit acquitted themselves well this season and now await the outcome of the match between Tullyvinney Rovers and Keadue Rovers Reserves next Saturday to see if they will yet get a crack at claiming League honours. Anything other than defeat will be enough for the Central Park lads however that may be easier said than done against an inform Tullyvinney at the Crossroads. Certainly one for the neutrals to enjoy. Whatever way it goes the Glencar Inn Saturday Division Two crown will be heading west this season.Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionKildrum Tigers 1 Milford United 2Either of these two could yet finish third in the Premier Division as they have three and two games remaining respectively. In this head to head Milford ran out winners of a match played on Saturday evening at Station Road.Glenea United 2 Gweedore Celtic 1Glenea completed their home programme with a hard fought victory in this Gaeltacht derby and thus escaped the relegation trapdoor. The home side started brightly and took the lead on 3 minutes when Dean Gallagher headed home a Darren Mc Geever corner. Glenea extended their lead on 15 minutes when Padraig McGee converted from the penalty spot after a foul on Ryan McFadden. The home side continued to press but were unable to add to their tally and as the half progressed Gweedore came more into the game and went close when a Paul Gillespie effort was almost turned in by Daniel Devine. Gweedore pulled a goal back on 43 minutes when Colin Ferry’s cross from the right was stabbed home by Tomas Diver. In the 2nd half Glenea started well and went close with efforts from Darren Mc Geever and Aodhan Ferry. As the half went on the home side were content to defend deep and try to play on the break but despite having a lot of the ball Gweedore found it difficult to create any clear cut chances and it was Glenea that looked more likely to score. Best for Glenea were Kevin Mulhern and Dean Gallagher while Jamie Boyle was best for Gweedore Celtic. Referee: Mick LaganSt. Catherines 3 Cappry Rovers 1St. Catherine’s played host to Cappry Rovers in Emerald Park on Saturday evening. The game stated with both teams trying to get an early goal, St Catherine’s had an early chance but a shot from David Conwell went wide of the Cappry goal. St. Catherine’s then began to put pressure on the Cappry goal and they had a couple of shots but they came to nothing, Cappry had a shot on the St. Catherine’s goal but the shot was well saved by the St. Catherine’s goal keeper Michael Mullin. St. Catherine’s keeper Michael Mullin pumped a long ball to Stephen Gildea inside the Cappry box and he calmly slotted the ball into the bottom corner of the Cappry net. Cappry tried hard to get back on level terms and with thirty three minutes gone Aaron Kelly poked the ball home from about five yards out to make the scoreline 1-1 going into the half time break. The second half was only five minutes old when St. Catherine’s got a corner which was sent into the Cappry box and there was St. Catherines’ Shane O’ Rourke who put the ball into the Cappry net to put St. Catherine’s two one up on fifty minutes. Ryan Mc Closkey saw his shot smash off the Cappry crossbar before, with seventy five minutes gone, Conor O’ Rourke put St. Catherine’s three one up when he headed the ball into the Cappry net after a great cross from the wing.Watson Hire Division OneKerrykeel ’71 F.C. 1 Kilmacrennan Celtic 2Kerrykeel finished their season with a home to defeat to already promoted Kilmacrennan. Kerrykeel, who had the bare eleven, were up against it from the start but battled hard and kept Kilmacrennan to bay for most of the first half as a result of a string of saves from Shane Sandilands and a defence well marshalled by Paddy Mc Grenaghan and James Gallagher.Kilmacrennan opened the scoring on forty six minutes with Rab Sandilands finishing well from the edge of the box. It was two nil on fifty two minutes, this time Ryan Shields heading home after a great cross from Mousey Mc Laughlin. The home side got a goal back on eighty five minutes when Ciaran Mc Laughlin finished off a fine solo run from the half way line. Kerrykeel ‘71 would like to congratulate Kilmacrennan Celtic on their promotion to the Premier League. Great team effort from both teams. Referee: Paddy MartinWhitestrand United 3 Dunkineely Celtic 0Whitestrand United moved well clear of the automatic relegation places with the addition of these three valuable points to their season’s tally. A play-off against Raphoe Town for Division One status looks likely for the Mc Garvey Park residents.CT Ball Division TwoConvoy Arsenal 3 Bonagee United 1With Convoy capturing the league title already and Bonagee having sealed automatic promotion you would of been forgiven for thinking that this was going to be a dull encounter with nothing on the line. But with Bonagee the only team to have defeated Convoy in the league this year the home side were looking to even the score while Bonagee were trying to complete the double over the champions. Bonagee started really brightly and controlled the game in the opening exchanges. Convoy couldn’t get their football going at all and the first half finished scoreless with Bonagee having only a couple of half chances to show for all their hard work. The second half resumed with both teams battling it out in the middle of the park but Bonagee finally broke the deadlock in the 56th minute when Peter Mc Namee poked the ball home after a scramble in the Convoy box. This finally woke Convoy up and they went back to playing the sort of football that won the league. In a crazy 8 minutes Convoy turned a one goal deficit into a two goal lead. Firstly Ryan Carlin slotted home from the edge of the box, next he was sent through by a Lee Guthrie pass only to be taken down in the box. Johnny Robb obliged by sending the keeper the wrong way from the penalty spot to give Convoy the lead and to complete the turnaround Ryan Carlin broke the offside trap rounded the keeper and slotted the ball into the empty net. The game wasn’t over yet as only for two great saves from Lee Boyd in the Convoy net the last 15 minutes it could have been a lot more uncomfortable for the home side. But Convoy saw the game out and finished off the season with the perfect result. Best for Bonagee were Gary Patton and a lively Peter Mc Namee with Ryan Carlin involved in all three goals and Paul O’ Leary very solid in the back line for Convoy. Referee: Michael Mc Cafferty.ResultsGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoDrumoghill F.C. Reserves 1 v 4 Curragh Athletic ReservesWatson Hire Division OneCurragh Athletic 0 v 4 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Old Orchard Saturday Division OneCastlefin Celtic Reserves 4 v 1 Glenree United ReservesBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCappry Rovers 1 v 3 Donegal TownBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCranford United 2 v 4 Rathmullan CelticOld Orchard Saturday Division OneArranmore United 2 v 2 Fintown Harps AFCCastlefin Celtic Reserves 1 v 4 Erne WanderersGlenea United Reserves 2 v 2 St. Catherines ReservesGlenree United Reserves 2 v 4 Donegal Town ReservesOrchard F.C. 2 v 1 Glencar CelticGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoKeadue Rovers Reserves 5 v 0 Drumoghill F.C. ReservesDrumbar F.C. 2 v 1 Milford United ReservesMulroy Celtic 3 v 1 Cranford United ReservesStrand Rovers 3 v 0 Ramelton MarinersBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionKildrum Tigers 1 v 2 Milford UnitedGlenea United 2 v 1 Gweedore CelticSt. Catherines 3 v 1 Cappry RoversWatson Hire Division OneKerrykeel ’71 F.C. 1 v 2 Kilmacrennan CelticWhitestrand United 3 v 0 Dunkineely CelticCT Ball Division TwoConvoy Arsenal 3 v 1 Bonagee UnitedFixturesWednesday 29-04-2015Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionLifford Celtic v Kildrum Tigers (6.45)Old Orchard Saturday Division OneErne Wanderers v Donegal Town Reserves (6.30)Castlefin Celtic Reserves v Fintown Harps (6.30)Saturday 02-05-2015 K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Saturday Division OneOrchard F.C. v Arranmore United ( 1p.m. )St. Catherines Reserves v Castlefin Celtic ReservesErne Wanderers v Glencar CelticFintown Harps AFC v Glenree United ReservesGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoCranford United Reserves v Drumbar F.C.Tullyvinney Rovers v Keadue Rovers ReservesMilford United Reserves v Mulroy CelticSunday 03-05-2015 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionLifford Celtic v Rathmullan CelticMilford United v Donegal TownKildrum Tigers v St. CatherinesCranford United v Drumoghill F.C.Watson Hire Division OneDunkineely Celtic v Keadue RoversCastlefin Celtic v Whitestrand UnitedDONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: April 26th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal Leaguelast_img read more