Dungloe/Na Rossa face local rivals Naomh Conaill in a mouth-watering Minor Championship Southern Divisional Final this weekend.
The amalgamation between Dungloe and Na Rossa has been a resounding success.
Despite initial objections to the amalgamation from some members of both clubs, it’s clear to see its been a successful project.
Dungloe/Na Rossa overcame Kilcar in a thrilling semi-final, the sides couldn’t be separated after full time and the game was forced into extra-time.
Dungloe/Na Rossa eventually prevailed to advance to the Minor Championship Divisional Final
Dungloe/Na Rossa have now set-up a tantalizing clash with Naomh Conaill this Saturday under the floodlights at The Banks.
Dungloe/Na Rossa will enter the game as favourites to come away as the Divisional champions on Saturday night.
Naomh Conaill beat local rivals Ardara in the semi final by a comfortable margin and won’t travel to Naomh Muuire expecting to be beat.
Many of the Dungloe/Na Rossa side will be hungry for some silverware after they were beat in the reserve county final by St.Eunans.
Dungloe/Na Rossa will expect big performances from key players Ryan Greene and Matthew Ward.
Naomh Conaill wile lean heavily on they’re key players Ethan O’Donnell, Kevin McGettigan and Charles McGuiness.
Naomh Conaill have had the harder previous fixtures having faced Aodh Ruadh and Ardara on the way to the final.
Dungloe/Na Rossa have faced Naomh Columba and Kilcar.
The two sides will meet in the Banks this Saturday in what should be a thriller.