CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTO
Last weeks lotto numbers were 4, 14, 15 and 24.
There was no jackpot winner.
The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was P.J. Doherty, Roadhouse.
Next weeks jackpot is €2050.
Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!!!
Cappry Rovers had a free weekend. Next week they welcome Donegal Town to Cappry Park. Even though Donegal are sitting bottom of the league, this will prove to be a tough test. Donegal always prove to be a tough team for Cappry to beat. Kick off on Sunday at Cappry is 2pm. All support is gratefully welcome.
CAPPRY ROVERS U14’s
Cappry Rovers 3-1 Ballybofey United
This game was played in poor conditions in Cappry on Wednesday night. Cappry started the game well and took the lead in the 10th minute when Conor Doherty’s free kick found the bottom corner. Even in the poor conditions both teams played good football and had chances to score in the first half. Ballybofey started the second half well and got their reward in the 40th minute when Dillion Murphy finished well at the back post. The game could have went either way with both teams going close to taking the lead on a few occasions. In the 60th minute Cappry took the lead again when Alex McGeehan curled his corner into the net. Ballybofey didn’t give up and pushed hard to get level but just couldn’t get a second goal. Cappry made the points safe in the 70th minute when Jamie Murray finished off a Conor Doherty cross.
Team performances from both teams.
Ref: John Coyle
CAPPRY ROVERS U12’s
Cappry 2-0 Fintown Harps
Cappry started the brighter in this game against Fintown Harps on Friday night and took the lead from a Jamie Murray strike, Cappry kept up the pressure and doubled their lead in the second half with a great headed goal from Mark Mbuli.
Team performances with special mention to Luke Mc Glynn of cappry with a solid game in defence.
CAPPRY CRUSADERS U12’s
Cappry Crusaders u12 travelled to Gweedore on Sat 21st to play their final League game against Gweedore Celtic Cosmos. In what was a close and thrilling encounter from kick off it was Gweedore who started the brighter playing into a stiff breeze. Crusaders were missing a few regulars but the ever improving Jason McElchar, Dane McGlinchey and Niall Brady Devanney were showing that they can tackle and work hard. Gweedore took a deserved first half lead due to a defencive mix up in the Cappry defence. The introduction of Jason Dunne before half time and some incisive defencive play from Johnny Griffin and the hard working Tim Scanlon brought Cappry into the game. After some strong words at half time Crusaders took the game to Gweedore in the second half with Conor Thompson and Oisin Doherty running at their defence time and time again. Conor Lynch, Shane McBride and Ronan O’Donnell were getting the ball forward quicker and this resulted in a prolonged period of pressure and a Jason Dunne Goal. Gweedore were dangerous on the break but Captain Kian Gallagher and Odhran Thomas dominated the second half in defence. Yasin Bradley showed good hands with a great save in the dying minutes to see the game finish 1 -1. Well done to the 19 players on the panel who all contributed so much during this league campaign. Thanks to Seamus Doherty and Gweedore Celtic for their hospitality.
These boys have represented Cappry with pride this year.
Congrats to Gerry Doherty, Leo Gallagher and the Cappry Colts for a great season also.
Next up is the Cup competition.
CAPPRY COLTS U12’s
Glencar Hammers 5-3 Cappry Colts
The Colts last league match of the season was played in ideal conditions on Saturday morning last. The colts took the lead after 3 minutes through an o.g. and were very comfortable until the 15th minute when the floodgates opened and Glencar scored 5 goals in a 12 minute spell before the break.
The second half started brightly for the Colts and 6 minutes into the 2nd half a couple of great goals from Odhran Quigley Doherty cut the deficit to 5-3.The Colts layed siege on the Glencar goal after this and quite remarkably never scored again.
This young side showed great guts and never gave up until the end and all 18 who played some part can be very proud of themselves.
We would like to thank Adrian and his Glencar team for a very entertaining and sporting contest.
The colts next match will be in the cup, the draw will be made soon.
LAST MAN STANDING
We are entering our 6th week of our Last Man Standing competition and we are down to the last 4 participants in the competition. 8 departed the competition at the weekend.
This weeks selections will be posted on our Facebook page.
Good luck to all.