Jason Gibson said that everyone had been left shaken but that things could have been much worse.
THE Ulster Senior League has decided to return to winter football in 2015, but the immediate future of some of its participants remains unknown.
JASON Gibson has already guided Swilly Rovers to one Cup this summer – the Knockalla Caravans Cup – and the Ramelton side will enter Saturday’s Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup final believing they can upset the odds and defeat Cockhill Celtic.
FAI Senior Cup football makes a welcome return to Ramelton on Sunday when Swilly Rovers play hosts to UCC, kick off 11am.
SWILLY Rovers have been drawn at home to University College Cork (UCC) in the first round of the 2014 FAI Ford Cup, while Cockhill Celtic have been given a bye into round two. The draw was conducted this afternoon at FAI headquarters in Abbotstown. Swilly were knocked out of the Intermediate Cup by UCD, but […]
THE new USL season begins on Sunday-week, February 23rd and managers have been busy fine-tuning their squads in preparation for the new dawn.
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.
SUMMER football has been retained by the Ulster Senior League for an eighth season after a motion by Fanad United for the return of winter football was defeated at Monday night’s AGM at the Mount Errigal Hotel.
THE Ulster Senior League executive has taken the unprecedented step of requesting that one of its clubs, Swilly Rovers, hold an Annual General Meeting before October 31st 2013.
SWILLY Rovers boss Jason Gibson says his side will have nothing to fear when they travel to St. Patrick’s Park this afternoon to face Drumkeen in the semi-final of the Donegal News League Cup and, he says, his team is relishing the prospect.