Midfielder Michael Roarty on the attack for Donegal on Saturday at the Curragh, Killygordan.
There was a dramatic end to Saturday's FAI Youth Inter-League tie at the Curragh, Killygordon as the Donegal Youth League scored a late goal to beat Monaghan/Cavan.
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Eamon McConigley's side collected all three points with a goal from Fanad United's Michael Devine in the second minute of injury time
The game, played in perfect conditions in Killgordan, was a cagey affair in the opening stages with chances few and far between.
Donegal did have a few half chances from the strike-force of Cody Brogan (Letterkenny Rovers) and Michael Devine late in the first half .
Donegal came more into the game in the second period of the game and were the dominant side creating plenty of goals scoring opportunities.
But Monaghan/Cavan were always dangerous on the counter attack and were denied a goal midway through the half by a fantastic save from Fanad United's keeper Dane Dunsworth.
When it looked like the sides would go away with a point each, up popped Devine who powered home a fierce strike from 12 yards, much to the delight of the home supporters.
DONEGAL YOUTH LEAGUE: Dane Dunworth (Fanad Utd), Calvin O'Brien (Letterkenny Rovers), Brad Patterson (Fanad Utd), Ryan Taylor (Fanad Utd), Eoghan Kelly (Letterkenny Rovers), Darragh Greene (Milford Utd), Ciaran Daffan (Letterkenny Rovers), Eoghan Kennady (Drumkeen Utd), Michael Devine (Fanad Utd), Michael Roarty (Gweedore Celtic), Cody Brogan (Letterkenny Rovers).
Subs used: Michael McHugh (Gweedore Utd), Ryan Toye (Milford Utd), Jerome Duffy (Drumkeen Utd).