first_imgThe Letterkenny Rovers team which played Portmarnock in Dublin on Sunday.The club stages one of its biggest days in its illustrious history when welcoming Ringmahon Rangers to Leckview  Park on Sunday for the FAI Intermediate Cup semi final replay after the first game ended 1-1.The prize on offer is a final at the Aviva and the club would like to encourage everyone to make a big effort on the day to come out in big numbers and to give this fine group of men the best support they can. Kick off on Sunday is at the earlier time of 12noon.The seniors also had a fine result in Portmarnock on Sunday when also drawing 1-1 in the FAI Senior Cup. Darren McElwaine was the goalscorer and it means we have a replay in that competition also in Leckview on Sunday week. The club is a hive of activity at the moment with the success of the seniors team filtering right across all strands and there is alot of activity on the pitch at the moment as the season reaches an exciting conclusion.Our u16s drew 2-2 at Bonagee in the first leg of the Champions League on Tuesday night with the return leg at the Aura on Saturday morning at 11am. Goalscorers were Oran Winston and Gabriel Aduaka.Our Youths defeated Bonagee 6-2 to advance to the final of the Gorey Curran Cup. Goalscorers were Shane Doherty, Codey Brogan, Daire Morrison penalty, Conor O’Donnell x2 and Michael Gallagher. Next up for the Youths is a league positional playoff match against Gweedore Celtic on Saturday in Ballyare at 2pm.Our u14s Rovers were in action twice losing 1-0 to Swilly Rovers but bounced back to form with goals from Jake Fitzimmons and Ciaran Moore in a 2-0 win over Gweedore Celtic.They are also doubled booked this week as they play Milford away on Wednesday evening at 630pm before travelling to Glenea in the cup on Saturday at 1145am.Our u14s Crusaders were due to be back in action on Wednesday with the visit of Bonagee to the Aura at 630pm while United are on the road to Keadue on Sunday morning for an 1130am kickoff.Our u12s Rovers defeated Kilmacrennan Celtic 3-2 with goals from Farad Bashar, an og and David Cullen.Mini Lotto numbers drawn were 1-10-16 and 24.9 with 3 numbers from which 5 were drawn and receive 15 euro each;John Quinn, Joe Harron, Colm McConigley, Molly Hunter and Nuala O’Carroll the lucky recipients.Next weeks jackpot is €3550 .Bingo continues in the Station House Hotel on Thursday nights at 830pm, Snowball is €1275 on 45 numbers or less.FOOTBALL: LETTERKENNY ROVERS FACE RINGMAHON RANGERS IN FAI INTERMEDIATE CUP SEMI-FINAL was last modified: April 13th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:fai cupFootballIntermediateLetterkenny Rovers FCSportlast_img

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