DEANO Larkin had an excellent game in Maginn Park on Sunday as Bonagee United claimed the Donegal News League Cup. The Dry Arch side won 4-3 against their great rivals, Cockhill Celtic. Larkin scored the second goal for Bonagee, and he was thrilled with their triumph. The attacking midfielder spoke to Ryan Ferry after the […]
Letterkenny Rovers and Bonagee United join together for charity football match
FOOTBALLING neighbours Letterkenny Rovers and Bonagee United came together for a unique Darkness into Light fundraiser to honour the memories of two valued club members who passed away recently. Coaches and club members from the two clubs took part in a ‘Walking Football’ match at Leckview Park. The match got underway under darkness at 4.30am […]
Donegal teenager agrees move to English Championship
O’Reilly is currently a member of the Finn Harps U17 squad and will remain with Declan Boyle’s outfit until July.
FIVE MINUTES WITH… Natalie McFadden
Natalie McFadden gives us an insight into the Bonagee United dressing room
Bonagee targeting Intermediate Cup victory in Offaly
Bonagee make the trip to Paddy Maloney Park on Saturday afternoon to face Edenderry Town FC (kick-off 2pm).
EMMA RYAN: Denise back playing soccer after hockey joy
After a successful hockey season, Bonagee United’s goalkeeper Denise McElhinney is back between the posts for another year and is looking forward to the 2016 season.
From football to metaphysics and spiritual psychology
A book by well-known Letterkenny man, Michael (Mickey) Murray, certainly grabbed my attention when it arrived in the post earlier this week.
Video: Bonagee United defeat Cappry Rovers in Under-14 Champions League final
Bonagee United defeated Cappry Rovers to win the Under-14 Champions League title in Drumkeen…
Ulster Senior League votes for ‘winter’ return – but League future remains uncertain
THE Ulster Senior League has decided to return to winter football in 2015, but the immediate future of some of its participants remains unknown.
Ulster Senior League EGM to debate winter return again
THE eight clubs and the executive of the Ulster Senior League will meet tonight for an Emergency General Meeting that will thrash out the possibility of a move back to a winter season for the League.