Ulster Junior Cup Final 2014

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Cranford 0 – 0 Gweedore Celtic

In a match that had everything apart from goals Gweedore Celtic went away happiest from this final day game for both teams. Cranford had the earliest chance when Shaun Mc Elwaine headed across the goal and Philip Buchanan was inches away from tapping home. Tommy Diver had Gweedore’s best chance when he fired a right […]

St Catherines 2 – 2 Gweedore Celtic

A resolute performance from Na Ceiltigh away in Killybegs as we secured a vital point. Trailing by two goals to nil deep into the second half, the Bhoys showed great spirit and character to score twice through Damien O’Sullivan. Another white hot Donegal League clash which was enjoyed by a sizeable crowd in the seaside […]

Gweedore Celtic 0 v 0 Kilmacrennan Celtic

A nil all scoreline was how Na Ceiltigh’s final home game of the season concluded against Kilmacrennan Celtic. A depleted home side as we were missing a host of regulars for one reason or another, but the lads that came in battled it out against a good and experienced Kilmac side. Kilmacrennan dictated things from […]

Milford Utd 0 – Gweedore Celtic 0

A tough match on Sunday 9th March ended honours even in Milford. Milford were looking for three points to keep alive their slim title hopes and were clearly up for the match. The away side were not to be found wanting when it game to matching the determination and physicality of the home side. The […]

Gweedore Celtic 2 Lifford Celtic 3

Lifford kept their title hopes alive with this narrow victory at An Screaban. The game got off to a whirlwind start with two goals in the first four minutes. The home team were first off the mark in thirty seconds, good build up play involving Chris Porter, Colin Ferry and Jamie Boyle ended with Tommy […]

Rathmullan Celtic 2 Gweedore Celtic 2

A 91st minute goal from new signing Glen Bovaird salvaged a point for Rathmullan Celtic against Gweedore Celtic at the Flagpole Field, Rathmullan on Sunday. League leaders Rathmullan got off to a perfect start with an early goal from Eamonn Sheridan, but the concession of two sloppy goals left them pressing for an equaliser at the […]

Gweedore Celtic 1 Glenea Utd 0

For the second successive week, a Chris Porter strike sealed victory for the home side. As expected in a local derby match this was a closely contested encounter. Glenea Utd had a chance on twenty minutes when a free into the box wasn’t dealt with but Glenea couldn’t apply the finish.Gweedore started the second half […]

Gweedore Celtic 1 – 0 Redcastle Utd

A strong crossfield wind made conditions difficult from the outset but credit to both teams for serving up a good game of football. The home team should have been ahead as early as the first minute but Brendan McGeady scooped over from a yard out. McGeady turned provider on twenty five minutes when his cross […]

Gweedore Celtic 1 – Donegal Town 1

Playing with a strong wind Donegal Town forced a series of corners in the opening minutes of the game that were dealt with by the home defence. Gweedore had the best chance of the first half when Colin Ferry fired off the post from 20 yards following good interplay with Tomas Diver. Donegal Town created […]