The Letterkenny count was wrapped up with four quick elections tonight in the Aura Count Centre.
Donal Coyle, Kevin Bradley, Gerry McMonagle and Manus Kelly took the remaining seats in the ninth count, joining Ciaran Brogan, Jimmy Kavanagh and Michael McBride.
Donal Coyle became the first newcomer to win a seat in the Letterkenny Electoral Area.
He was elected to the fourth seat with 1,444 votes.
A recently retired school principal of 32 years, Donal joined the Fianna Fáil ticket for Letterkenny this May with re-elected councillor Ciaran Brogan and Manus Kelly.
He has been a political activist for many years and has a strong community and sporting background.
Kevin Bradley also delivered on his campaign to join Donegal County Council.
A born and bred Letterkenny man, this is the first time the bakery manager has entered local politics. He finished with 1,465 votes.
His campaign was based around a promise to work hard and honestly for the people of Letterkenny.
Sitting councillor Gerry McMonagle was re-elected with 1398 votes.
He will be the only Sinn Féin candidate in the council this term, after his party colleague Adrian Glackin had a disappointing loss in the eighth count.
Manus Kelly finally cruised into the seventh seat with 1,374 votes. The Rally driver and businessman joined Fianna Fáil to replace James Pat McDaid for the Glenswilly area.
Aontú candidate Mary T Sweeney fell at the final hurdle in Letterkenny. She made a strong impression with a good run throughout the day, eventually finishing with 1,108 votes.
The Letterkenny Electoral Area Councillors of 2019 are:
Ciaran Brogan (FF)
Jimmy Kavanagh (FG)
Michael Mc Bride (IND)
Donal Coyle (FF)
Kevin Bradley (IND)
Gerry McMonagle (SF)
Manus Kelly (FF)