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Gweedore United F.C. 3-1 Lagan Harps FC


This game played on a sunny afternoon at Carrickboyle saw the home side secure the three points in a good match.

In the opening half both sides had chances with Ciaran McFadden, Hugh Martin Curran and Michael Conolly going close on a number of occasions for United and Brian Kelly and Drew Connors going close for the visitors. Michael Conolly opened the scoring in the 42nd minute when he scored past Michael Toner from close range following good work and a good delivery by Matthew Byrne from the left wing.

In the second half United got on top controlling possession in the early stages and their good play paid off in the 50th minute when Darren Ferry split the Lagan defence with a good through to Conolly who finished well to make it 2-0. The home side continued to press and made it 3-0 in the 58th minute when Matthew Byrne put Ciaran McFadden through and McFadden made no mistake to put his side 3 up. 4 minutes later Conolly could have got his hatrick when he hit a lovely shot from 12 yards, however Michael Toner in the Lagan nets made an excellent save to keep the score at 3-0. Lagan began to come back into the game and getting more of the possession. The visitors pulled one back in the 71st minute when Brian Kelly's free kick from 25 yards went in at the bottom right corner of Liam McFadden's net to make it 3-1. It was a team effort from Lagan with Declan Sweeney excelling and it was a team performance from the home side.

Referee: Ed Moore


Gweedore United F.C. 4-1 Glenree United F.C


This game played in extremely windy conditions in Gweedore saw the home side advance to the next round of the cup thanks to a good second half team peformance.

The first half began with the visitors going in front in the 2nd minute when Nicholas Nelis headed a rebounded free kick past Liam Mc Fadden to make it 1-0. Both sides tried to settle and deal with conditions and Gweedore went in search of an equaliser. Ciaran Mc Fadden found himself one on one with Stephen Doherty in the Glenree nets on a number of occasions, however Doherty saved well on each occasion. Glenree looked dangerous on the break and seen half chances from Ciaran Cunningham and Martin Mc Elhinney, however the score remained 1-0 until half time.

The second half started with the home side looking sharp and they began to throw the ball about. This good play paid off in the 49th minute following a good pass from Shane O Donnell to Eugene Noel Ferry and Ferry hit well from 20 yards into the top corner past Doherty to make it 1-1.The home side continued to push and 3 minutes later were 2-1 up when Michael Connolly and Ciaran Mc Fadden combined and Mc Fadden finished well. Glenree could have equalised in the 60th minute however Nelis's shot was well blocked by Brian Gallagher. In the 61st minute when Matthew Byrnes put Michael Connolly through and Connolly who rounded the keeper and tapped home. In the 78 minute Mc Fadden got his second and Gweedore's fourth when he finished well past Doherty to make it 4-1.

It was a good team effort from both sides with Martin Mc Elhinney, Stephen Doherty and Oisin Langan excelling for Glenree.

Referee: Kevin Logue.

Team: Liam Paul Mc Fadden, Brian Gallagher, Stephen Cassidy, Ciaran Gillespie, Keith Sweeney, Shane "Baggio O Donnell (1), Darren Ferry, Niall Friel, Hugh Martin Curran,Ciaran Mc Fadden, Michael Conolly (2), Eugene Ferry, Declan Friel, Noel Diver, Charlie O Donnell, Matthew Byrnes