Donegal GAA underage fixtures

The full list of underage fixtures in Donegal in Southern and Northern Minor Board.

The full list of underage fixtures in Donegal in Southern and Northern Minor Board.

Southern Minor Board

Last Monday evening proved a dramatic night of football as 3 out of the 4 under 16s semi finals were won by a single point. In division 1 Killybegs came through the first of the excitement with a 1 point victory over neighbours Ardara 1-08 to 1-07. The game was played in Mountcharles. Down the road in Dunkineely Aodh Ruadh maintained their unbeaten run to reach the final with a convincing win over Naomh Conaill 4-10 to 1-11.

In division 2 arguably the game of the night took place in Glenties with Naomh Brid over coming Na Rossa after extra time. Naomh Brid opened up a 10 point gap with barely 10 minutes to go only to be pulled back and extra time forced. The Ballintra men were not to be outdone this time as they opened up 6 point lead again but another spirited comeback by Na Rossa was not enough as Naomh Brid held on and won by a score line 5-13 to 4-15 to reach the final.

In Fintra the other division 2 final was also a very tight affair but it was Naomh Columba who will play Naomh Brid in the final with a single score victory over St Nauls 1-7 to 1-6.

The finals have been provisionally booked for this Monday evening. Check website for details and updates over the weekend.

The southern board would like to thank the clubs for the use of their pitches and facilities for the semi finals.


U-16 Championship Division 1: Aodh Ruadh 6-14, 1-1 Four Masters.

Minor League Section 2: Aodh Ruadh 2-12 1-7 Ardara; Naomh Naille 0-5 1-4 Naomh Columba.

U-14 League Division 2: Naomh Columba 7-17 1-3 Naomh Brid; Kilcar 1-13 2-8 Killybegs.


Minor League Section 1, 27th, 7 p.m. - Naomh Brid v St Johns Shane Toolan; Kilcar v Four Masters Ian Molloy; Bundoran v Naomh Mhuire Lee Jordan

4th May, 7 p.m.: St Johns v Four Masters Michael McShane; Naomh Mhuire v Naomh Brid Ian Molloy; Kilcar v Bundoran Connie Doherty

Minor League Section 2: 27th, 7 p.m.: Naomh Naille v Dungloe Ryan Walsh; Naomh Conaill v Aodh Ruadh Robbie O Donnell; Naomh Columba v Ardara Jimmy White.

4th May, 7 p.m.: Dungloe v Aodh Ruadh Martin Coll; Ardara v Naomh Naille Patrick Caulfield; Naomh Conaill v Naomh Columba Robbie O Donnell.

U-14 League Division 1 - 2nd May, 7.30: Four Masters v Dungloe Joe Alvey; Aodh Ruadh v Ardara Lee Jordan; Naomh Mhuire v Naomh Conaill Patrick Caulfield

U-14 League Division 2, 2nd May, 7.30: Naomh Ultan v Kilcar Mark Granaghan; Naomh Columba v Killybegs Declan Gallagher

Under 12 Go Game Blitzzes

Four under 12 blitzes took place last Monday evening. Naomh Columba were the hosts as Na Rossa, Kilcar and Naomh Conaill contested the competition.

Pettigo hosted Four Masters St Nauls and Naomh Brid.

Bundoran was the venue for Naomh Ultan and Aodh Ruadh and the final blitz took place in Ardara with Dungloe, Naomh Mhuire and Killybegs.

The southern board again thanks all host clubs, referees and all teams who travelled on the night.

Northern Minor Board

Monthly Meeting: The April meeting of the Donegal Northern Board will take place in St Eunans GAA Centre on Monday 30th April commencing at 7.30 pm sharp. All clubs are requested to be present.

Division Two Feile: The Under 14 Division Two Feile Final involving Convoy, Gaoth Dobhair and Buncrana has been put back to Saturday 5th May, due to the Ulster Hurling Feile this weekend. A venue will be announced at next weeks monthly meeting.


Kellys Furniture Minor League Div 1

Sean MacCumhaills 1.19 2.08 Malin

Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 1 Final

Burt 0.06 3.13 Gaoth Dobhair

Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 2 Section 1

Malin 2.05 1.12 Convoy

Robert Emmets 4.03 4.16 Glenfin

Moville 6.09 2.04 Red Hughs

Buncrana 5.06 1.02 Naomh Padraig Lifford

Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 2 Section 2

Glenswilly 5.08 4.02 St Eunans B

Letterkenny Gaels 1.05 0.08 Fanad Gaels

Cloughaneely 2.08 1.09 Downings

Letterkenny Gaels 1.15 1.08 Glenswilly

Div 2 Section 1

Moville 6.09

Red Hughs 2.04

Red Hugh’s made the journey to Carrick Field in Moville on an evening that began overcast with drizzle and continued to rain more heavily throughout the match. This was a meeting of two teams equal on points at the top of their northern board section league. Red Hugh’s opened the scoring in the first minute with a well taken point, Josh Lafferty replied for Moville almost immediately before the visitors went a point ahead again on the fourth minute. Ronan Doherty got a goal for the home side after seven minutes with points from Ciaran Diver and Ronan Kelly, with his brother Conor Kelly hitting the back of the net after twelve minutes. Doherty added a point to his tally with Red Hugh’s grabbing a goal after fourteen minutes, adding a point three minutes later. Shaun McClenaghan picked up his second booking twenty minutes into the game leaving Moville with fourteen players for the remainder of the match. The home side kept their composure and their shape to see out the first half though with points from Diver and R. Doherty extending their lead. Half time score: Moville (2 – 06): Red Hugh’s (1 – 03)

The visitors had a great start to the second half scoring a goal and a point within the first three minutes but that would be the final time they would add to their score in this game. Moville began playing fast, free-flowing football, some of the best they played this season. Diver grabbed a goal and a point; Josh Lafferty scored two more points; Ronan Doherty, Billy McCann and Conor Doherty who came on as a sub all added goals leaving the final score: Moville (6 – 09): Red Hugh’s (2 – 04)

Robert Emmets 4.03

Glenfin 4.16

Glenfin stayed in contention for a place in the final with a good win away to Robert Emmets. Glenfin scorers were Christopher McBearty 2-02, Christopher McGlynn 1-01, Conor Mcbride 0-04, Ethan O Donnell 0-04, Lorcan Donnellan 0-02, David Carr 0-02, Eoin McCrudden 0-01. Best for Glenfin were: Colm Quinn, Conor McBride and Christopher McBrearty.

Division Two Section Two

Letterkenny Gaels 1.15

Glenswilly 1.08

Letterkenny Gaels recorded a well-deserved victory over Glenswilly in their final League match at Pairc na nGael on Sunday evening last. Both teams produced some good flowing football in the opening half. Cormac Callaghan with four points was the main architect of the Glen attacks but keeper Shane Graham and Conor Coll stood firm for the Gaels. Sean Mc Donagh 1-4 and Cormac Cannon 0.2 were very sharp in front of the posts. Half time Gaels 1-9 Glenswilly 0.6.

Ethan Sweeney (1-1), Paddy Diver and Anthony Ward worked hard for the visitors in the second half with their never say die attitude. But Gaels continued with their excellent teamwork and will now await other results hoping that they have enough done to qualify for the playoffs.


Friday 27th April 7.00 Pm

Kellys Furniture Falcarragh U18 Division One

Buncrana V Malin

Cloghaneely V St Eunans

Sean Mc Cools V Ghaoth Dobhair

Kellys Furniture Falcarragh Division Two Section One

Glenfin V Convoy

N/padraig Lifford V Red Hughs

Naomh Colmcille V Robert Emmetts

Kellys Furniture Falcarragh Division Two Section Two

L/kenny Gaels V Termon

Milford V St Michaels

Downings V Glenswilly

U16 Div 2 Section 1

P W L D Pts

Moville 6 5 1 0 10

Red Hughs 6 4 2 0 8

Glenfin 6 4 2 0 8

Buncrana 6 4 2 0 8

Convoy 6 3 3 0 6

Malin 6 2 4 0 4

Robert Emmets 6 2 4 0 4

Nh Padraig Lifford 6 0 6 0 0

U16 Div 2 Section 2

N Colmcille N’town 5 5 0 0 10

St Michaels 5 4 0 1 9

Cloughaneely 6 4 2 0 8

Letterkenny Gaels 6 3 2 1 7

Fanad Gaels 6 3 3 0 6

Glenswilly 6 2 4 0 4

Downings 6 1 5 0 2

St Eunans B 6 0 6 0 0

U18 League Div 1

St Eunans 3 3 0 0 6

Cloughaneely 2 2 0 0 4

Buncrana 2 1 1 0 2

MacCumhaills 3 1 2 0 2

Gaoth Dobhair 2 0 2 0 0

Malin 2 0 2 0 0

U18 Div 2 Section 1

Red Hughs 2 2 0 0 4

N Colmcille N’town 2 2 0 0 4

Convoy 1 1 0 0 2

Carndonagh 2 1 1 0 2

Glenfin 2 1 1 0 2

Robert Emmets 2 0 2 0 0

N Padraig Lifford 3 0 3 0 0

U18 Div 2 Section 2

Milford 3 3 0 0 6

Glenswilly 2 2 0 0 4

Downings 3 1 1 1 3

Letterkenny Gaels 2 1 1 0 2

Termon 2 1 1 0 2

St Michaels 3 0 2 1 1

Fanad Gaels 3 0 3 0 0

Cumann na mBunscol

Allianz GAA finals: Congratulations to Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana & St. Mary’s, Stranorlar on winning the Roinn 1 county football titles last week. This Friday 27th April sees the Roinn 3 county football finals take place in Glenswilly. Kilmacrennan NS will lock horns with Kilcar in the boys final which kicks off at 12pm. The girls final will also see Kilmacrennan NS in action as they take on Scoil Mhuire, Glenties in the same venue at 1pm.

Roinn 1 Stranorlar 2-11 v Gaelscoil, Leitir Ceanainn 3-4 (Boys)

Roinn 1 Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana 7-9 v Lurgybrack 2-5 (Girls)

Roinn 2 Tooban v Creevy (Boys)

Roinn 2 Scoil Eoin, Moville v Scoil Aodh Rua & Nuala/St. McCartons

Roinn 3 Kilmacrennan NS v Kilcar (Boys) - Fri. 27th April @ 12pm in Glenswilly

Roinn 3 Kilmacrennan NS v Glenties (Girls)- Fri. 27th April @ 1pm in Glenswilly

Roinn 4 Annagry/Drumkeen/Downings v Inishowen/South winners (Boys)

Roinn 4 St Baithins/Derrybeg v Malin/South winners (Girls)

Roinn 5 (Blitz final) Coimín/Belcruit/Leitir/Mín Tíne Dé/South winners /SW (c) (Boys)

Roinn 5 (Blitz final) Stramore/Ranafast/Mín Tíne Dé/Drimnacross/South winners/SW (c) (Girls)

* Any schools who won county titles last year are asked to give them to their Divisional Rep or leave them in Donegal Sports ASAP for collection.

Rounders (small schools) 12th May @ 1pm; (large schools) 19th May @ 3.30pm

Mini 7s: The county trials have been fixed for Mon. 30th April at the Letterkenny Gaels pitch. All players are asked to be there 15mins before trials. (football @ 3.30pm); (hurling & camogie @ 4.15pm)

The county board would like to offer their deepest sympathies to secretary, Daithi Roberts on the recent passing of his father-in-law.

Ladies GAA

Result: Naomh Conaill 2-9, Malin 2-3

This is a very hard time in Ladies GAA with so many girls either doing exams at both Leaving Cert and University endeavouring to attain the highest results and either staying away studing or endeavouring to hold onto the few jobs available at weekends.Work and study take priority in the next few weeks.