COCKHILL Celtic will retain Ulster Senior League title if they defeat Letterkenny Rovers at Leckview Park on Sunday at 2pm.
DALE Gorman scored his first goal for Stevenage FC on Monday night as they drew 1-1 away to St Alban’s City
DALE Gorman is hoping to catch the eye of Stevenage FC manager Graham Westley in the coming weeks having last weekend returned to the club to begin his second year at the club.
Letterkenny Rovers Youth team were outclassed in Leckview Park on Sunday afternoon, as Nenagh convincingly booked their place in the semi-finals of the FAI Youth Cup.
By Harry Walsh LETTERKENNY Rovers midfielder Gareth Doherty has been included in the Republic of Ireland U16 squad which travels to the Netherlands next week for two friendly international matches in Arnhem. The Irish last played at this level in September when they produced two impressive displays against Estonia in Kerry. Advertisement “It’s great to […]
After a false start last weekend, Letterkenny Rovers and Finn Harps will get their respective seasons underway this Sunday when they take on each other in the Knockalla Caravans Cup at the Aura Centre at 1pm.
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.
FORMER Finn Harps players Matthew Harkin and Aaron O’Hagan have signed for Ulster Senior League side Letterkenny Rovers, who have been busy in the market during the January transfer window.
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.
THE clubs and executive of the Ulster Senior League will vote on whether or not to retain summer football at the League’s Annual General Meeting which takes place this Monday night in the Mount Errigal Hotel.