GLENEA UNITED battered Lagan Harps to ensure the Donegal League Premier Division will run to a climax between themselves and Gweedore Celtic.
Glenea United 8
K Mulhern 2, P Sweeney, M Barry 3, D McGeever, Lee O’Brien
Lagan Harps 0
Glenea United hammered Lagan Harps to ensure the battle of the Brian McCormick Sports Premier Division will run to the final day of the season.
Darren Mc Geever’s excellent free kick was met by Kevin Mulhern at the back post. Another good delivery from a McGeever corner was headed home by Paul Sweeney. Sean Coll pulling the strings at midfield set up Mulhern for his second. Mick Barry who was really buzzing scored the first of his hat-trick while McGeever scored and young Lee O’ Brien, a late sub, got his first senior goal.
Dunkineely Celtic 3
A Rodger 25, A Mackey 30, 62
Kilmacrennan Celtic 0
Dunkineely Celtic moved clear of the dropzone thanks to a 3-0 win over Kilmacrennan Celtic.
The hosts took the lead against the run of play when Alastair Rodger scored from 10 yards after Kilmacrennan failed to clear a throw-in. They doubled their lead when Andrew Mackey ran on to a great through ball from Aaron Byrne and scored from just inside the penalty area.
Dunkineely got their third when Mackey headed home a Fergal Henna corner.
Milford United 3
E Ferry 38 pen, J Cullen 57, PJ Hagan 65
Lifford Celtic 0
Third-placed Milford United’s 3-0 win over Lifford Celtic plunged the border side into the relegation zone.
The home side took the lead when Eoin Ferry scored from the spot. Milford doubled their lead when they scored a great counter attacking goal from Joey Cullen, who dribbled around the Lifford defence before shooting into the bottom corner of the Lifford net from 20 yards. Number three arrived shortly after when Benjo Casey released PJ Hagan who drove the ball to the net from 15 yards.
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Curragh Athletic 1
Rathmullan Celtic 6
Eoin Sheridan 2, R Connolly, P Sheridan, P Morrison, K McCarry
Rathmullan Celtic completed their league campaign with an impressive win against a Curragh Athletic side who needed to win to get into the promotion-relegation play-off.
Eoin Sheridan continued his blistering end to the season with opener, before Curragh drew level. Ryan Connolly restored the lead, before Paddy Sheridan showed his dead ball skills with a trademark rocket free kick to seal the points. Eoin Sheridan then doubled his tally, before Pauric Morrison fired home to make it 5-1. Kevin McCarry completed the rout late on.