Break in cold snap could lead to U-21 restart

Break in cold snap could lead to U-21 restart

Break in cold snap could lead to U-21 restart

After a number of false dawns it finally looks as if the delayed 2010 Donegal U-21 football championship is going to take off tomorrow (Friday).

Two of the quarter-finals games and the one outstanding first round tie in the championship have all been fixed for tomorrow afternoon.(Throw-in times 2 pm)

While the remaining two quarter-finals in the championship - the meeting of Kilcar and Cloughaneely and clash of Sean MacCumhaill's against winners of the Naomh Conaill/Four Masters first round tie have been pencilled in for Monday next, January 3; as has the Division Four promotion meeting of Burt and Naomh Colmcille.

In the first round Naomh Conaill, who have dominated the championship over the last five seasons, entertain Four Masters, in Davy Brennan Memorial Park.

Defending champions St. Michael's, with the bulk of last year's team still available, put their title on the line when they face the Michael Murphy powered Glenswilly, at the Burn Road, Termon.

In the second of tomorrow's quarter final Goath Dobhair and Killybegs clash at the Banks in Mullaghaderg. This game was originally fixed for Dooey, but has been moved to the Banks.

The Kilcar versus Cloughaneely, quarter-final is in Glenties on Monday, throw in 2 pm, while no venue has been set for the Sean MacCumhaills versus Naomh Conaill/ Four Masters quarter-final.

Meanwhile, the Division Four promotion play-off is now in Castlefin also on Monday. (Throw in 2pm).