Bench to be unveiled in memory of John ‘Gorey’ Curran

By Paddy Walsh Former Republic of Ireland and Celtic goalkeeper, Packie Bonner, will unveil a bench in memory of another Donegal footballing legend, John ‘Gorey’ Curran. The unveiling will take place at Oldtown Bridge, Letterkenny on Wednesday next, April 3, and has been organised by the Letterkenny Community Heritage Group. Advertisement “Gorey did so much […]

Owney Dullaghan wins Rovers jackpot prize

Congratulations are extended to Glenswilly man Owney Dullaghan who won the €3,475 jackpot in the Letterkenny Rovers FC weekly lotto. The winning numbers were selected in the draw of Monday, February 5 and they were 6, 9, 23 and 30. Pictured is Cecil Russell  (second from left) receiving the cheque on behalf of Owney, from […]

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 […]

‘The younger lads in their forties fly about the place’

A LETTERKENNY football legend continues to show the youngsters how it is done on the playing field. Brian Ferry, who celebrates his sixtieth birthday this weekend, played for Letterkenny Rovers for more than a decade before giving younger players a chance. Ferry – dubbed ‘Letterkenny’s Glenn Hoddle’ – was part of the Rovers team that […]