Bonagee United defeated Cappry Rovers to win the Under-14 Champions League title in Drumkeen…
THE Ulster Senior League has decided to return to winter football in 2015, but the immediate future of some of its participants remains unknown.
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.
SEAMUS Coleman might have missed out on the Senior Player of the Year award at the Three FAI International Football Award, but it was still a night to remember for Donegal.
DOUBLE winners Cockhill Celtic and the League and Cup runners-up from last season, Drumkeen United, have been paired together in Group A of the 2014 Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup.
PETER Moran has returned as the manager of Bonagee United.
SUMMER football looks set to be retained by the Ulster Senior League next season after a proposal for a return to winter football was deferred by the executive at an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the League at the Silver Tassie Hotel tonight.
A MOTION on the possible return to a winter season next Wednesday night is expected to become a debate about the very future of the Ulster Senior League.
LETTERKENNY man John Duffy has been appointed as the Referee Observer for Sunday-week’s FAI Ford Cup final between Sligo Rovers and Drogheda United at the Aviva Stadium.
DRUMKEEN United and Cockhill Celtic are set for their third big game shootout in recent weeks after the Ulster Senior League’s top two sides were paired together in the second round of the FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup.