Letterkenny Rovers Donegal League 2022/23 side
Week 16 2023

Letterkenny Rovers 2 - 0 Kildrum Tigers

Sunday 23rd April 2023, 1pm

A 2-0 victory over Kildrum Tigers sends our Donegal League team into the final of the Brian McCormick Cup.
Both goals were scored in the first half from Conor Temple and Patrik Gahir, you can see them below.

We will meet Kilmacrennan Celtic in the final. Date be confirmed.

Well done boys!

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Week 15 2023

Rathmullan Celtic 2 - 3 Rovers Area Shield Final

Sunday 16th April 2023, 1pm

Brian McCormick Sports Area Final

The game was preceded with a presentation to Rovers Captain Ronan Curran by Rathmullan Celtic Captain Eoin Sheridan of a pennant in memory of Kieran McGrath.

The game was a toughly contested battle from both sides with Rovers edging the late in stoppage time minute when Danny hall scores from a Reid Kelly cross to clinch it.

A great result for the Rovers Donegal League side.

Goalscorers: Patrik Gahir, Jordan Nugent, Danny Hall


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Rovers 3 - 0 Raphoe Town

Sunday, 2nd April, 1pm


Goalscorers for Rovers: Danny Hall x2 and Gareth Temple.


Our Donegal League side finished off their league campaign with a 3-0 victory over Raphoe Town at Leckview Astro today.

Danny Hall, pictured below being congratulated by his team mates, produced a fine display scoring twice while Gareth Temple added a third.

The side now prepare for their Brian McCormick Sports Cup Area Final against Rathmullan Celtic in two weeks time.


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Week 12 2023
Week 10 2023

Swilly Rovers 1 - 0 Letterkenny Rovers

Sunday 12th March 2023, 1pm

Swilly edged our Donegal League side 1-0 to be crowned the Temple Domestic Appliance Division One champions today.

Prior to the game Swilly Rovers Captain Connor Gormley presented Ronan Curran a pennant in memory of  Kieran McGrath.

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Week 08 2023

Rovers 2 - 0 Letterbarrow Celtic

Sunday, 26th February, 12pm


Letterkenny Rovers defeated Letterbarrow Celtic 2-0 in a high noon start at the Aura centre on Sunday afternoon.


Rovers started the brighter and had a goal ruled out for offside after just three minutes when Patrick Gahir fired home but they did take lead on 20 minutes when Tony Duffy headed home Luke Parkes corner.

Jordan Nugent then came close while Parke forced a good stop from Cathal Charlton in the Letterbarrow goal.


Letterbarrow were reduced to ten men on 40 minutes after Cathal Lowther was red carded before Nugent thought he had scored but referee Seimi Ferry ruled the ball had not crossed the line while Parke rattled the woodwork.

Nugent and Gahir both extracted fine saves from Charlton in the opening stages of the second half while James Gallagher cleared off his line as Letterbarrows Christy McLaughlin thought he was about to level.


Darragh Morrison came close before Duffy scored another header on 80 minutes as Rovers completed a 2-0 win.

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