Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division and Glencar Inn Saturday Division One took place over the weekend with two exciting games full of goals. Full round-up below.
Arranmore United 1 Glenea United Reserves 2
Glenea took the lead after 30 minutes when they converted after a quick breakaway.
Arranmore came into the game after this but it was 1-0 Glenea at the break. Good work from Paul Early set up Chris Mc Glanaghey for an equaliser.
Both teams pushed for a winner after this and Glenea found it with 5 minutes to go.
Keadue Rovers 0 Donegal Town 3
The visitors were the brighter in the opening exchanges, pressing the home side back from the off.
The first real chance of the game came from a Keadue cross which was headed wide by Cory Gallagher. On fourteen minutes Donegal Town took the lead when good work down the left wing led to a cross into the box where Ronan McHugh was on hand to fire into the net.
A minute later it was almost two when a right-wing cross was flicked wide by David Graham.
Donegal kept on the front foot and were well deserved of their lead and they doubled it in the 21st minute when Joe McIntyre was on hand to clip home after Declan Ward in the Keadue nets had parried the initial attempt.
As the half went on Keadue did come into it and David Ward had a shot at goal but it went over the bar. In the last five minutes, Keadue had two good opportunities and would’ve deserved a goal when Cory Gallagher had a shot saved and Jack Boyle had a shot from the edge of the area go wide after a goalmouth scramble.
However, it was not to be and Donegal Town came away with the spoils and the points necessary for another season in the top tier.
Best for Donegal Town were Joe McIntyre, Ronan McHugh and David Graham, while for Keadue good work from Hugh Moy, Cory Gallagher and Shaun Yank Boyle.
Referee: Mick Lagan.Tags: