All Level After Leg 1 Of The NIFL Premier Intermediate Play-Off

DFC hosted Portstewart in the home leg of this play off for either of the two teams to get back into senior football after both clubs relegated last season. DFC prepared very well both on and off the pitch for this game with Planters Park once again in sublime condition amongst the glorious sunshine and in front of a fantastic home support. It only took DFC seven minutes to open…

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Seven Of The Best As Dollingstown Gear Up For NIFL Premier Intermediate Play-Off

DFC made the long journey to Killeel on Saturday for there last league game of the season after a two week lay off and before the most important fixture in recent years next Saturday¬†when they host Porstewart in the first of two leg play off to try and return back to senior football after relegation last season on goal difference. Valley rangers were perfect hosts and formed a guard of…

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It’s here . . . THE NIFL PREMIER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE PLAY-OFF

So . . . . . here we have it. A season which started with the disappointment from relegation the previous season but has gradually built and built with a lot of change & hard work with great times had by both clubs throughout the current season comes down to a playoff between 2 of the 5 relegated teams from the NIFL Championship 2 which was re-designed last season. Yes,…

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APPOINTMENT: We would like to Welcome Samuel Cartwright As Our Under 17’s Team Manager

Dollingstown Football Club would like to take this opportunity to confirm and welcome Samuel Cartwright as our Team Manager for our Under 17’s who will enter the Lisburn Invitational League next season. Samuel has been coaching Portadown U12’s for the last 2 seasons as well as playing with Ambassadors FC and all at Dollingstown would like to wish him the best and we all look forward to helping and working…

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The Dollybirds Brought Down To Earth With A Bang As Hanover Leave With Full Points

Special thanks to Hanover who made a guard of honour to welcome league champions DFC onto the pitch but that was where the hospitality ended. DFC made 6 changes from Saturday to both give much-needed match time to players and also to rest some key players ahead of a very tough semi final against Crewe United¬†on Saturday. Indeed in the opening 20 minutes DFC had 3 very decent half chances…

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