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 […]
It was a good game at the Leckview Astro
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 […]
Toland plays for Letterkenny Rovers
Rovers take on Cockhill today at 2pm in Finn Park
‘Busty’ would have enjoyed the craic while no doubt he would also have approved of the ‘ground’ football on display earlier in the evening.
The big game kicks off at 7.30pm at Bonagee
Rovers can take comfort in the fact that they will have home advantage and that the Dubliners will have to battle it out in Leckview Park.
Letterkenny Rovers face Home Farm at Leckview Park on Sunday (kick off 2pm) in the quarter-final of the blue riband competition
An excellent win for Eamon McConigley’s men who no doubt will await this week’s quarter final draw with interest.