Kilmacrenan FC 3 v Gweedore Celtic 1

This game was played in awful conditions with Kilmac threatening early on. Timmy Burke almost scored from 40 yards after a poor clearance from the Gweedore keeper.

Michael McLaughlin should have opened the scoring after finding himself one on one with the Gweedore keeper. McLaughlin tried to round the keeper but tripped on doing so. Gweedore scored on twenty minutes through Declan Doherty.

Eddie Doherty replaced Aidan Friel with thirty minutes remaining and five minutes later the equaliser arrived when Doherty found Timmy Burke who blasted home. Gweedore found themselves down a man when David McGee was sent off.

Liam Mc Bride then made it 2 – 1 when John Sandilands found the winger unmarked in the box. Mc Bride secured all three points with a fine individual effort when he beat three men before cooly putting the ball past the Gweedore keeper.

Club Sponsorship from 3

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As sponsor of the national football team Three have also committed to supporting local clubs throughout the country. Gweedore Celtic have joined up with our local Three store in Dungloe (at Supervalue Shopping Centre) to avail of their club offer.

Three’s club offer is open to club members, supporters friends and family who switch to Three. Everytime someone switches to Three’s great phone or broadband packages, Three will make a payment to our club. So if you are getting a new phone or switching provider be sure to mention the club.

Gweedore Celtic 1 St Catherines 1

It was honours even at An Screabán in a closely contested game. The home team had a let-off on fifteen minutes when a shot from St Catherines came off the keeper and hit the post before being scrambled to safety. Gweedore took the lead on twenty five minutes with Declan Doherty beating the offside trap before rounding the keeper and sliding home from an acute angle. On forty minutes the sides were level. It was a fine individual goal by Jason Noctor running through the home defence before smashing it past the keeper. St Catherines started the second half brightly with Christopher Sweeney being called into action to tip a free kick over the bar. Gweedore came into it as the half progressed with  Declan Doherty tirelessly running at the Catherines defence. The home team could have taken the lead on 80 minutes when a slip by the keeper allowed Thomas Diver a shot but the keeper recovered to push it round the post. A good team performance by St Catherines with Jamie Boyle and Declan Doherty doing well for Gweedore.

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