Country & Western Cabaret Night @ The Bannville Hotel

Dollingstown Football Club will hosting a fund-raising ‘Country & Western Cabaret Night’ in the Bannville Hotel in Banbridge on Saturday 22nd of April 2017. Radio Ulster’s Hugo Duncan will compere the evening with doors opening at 8.30pm and the evening will feature      Country Harmony Group      Benn Sisters      Boxcar Brian TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE from the Bannville Hotel and any club member for £10…


Latest Update Regarding The DFC Youth Set-Up

We are pleased to announce that Dollingstown Football Club are in the process of finalizing the set up for a team to compete in the Lisburn Junior Invitational League which is sponsored by the Daily Mirror – at UNDER 17 level. DFC are an ambitious club which has been proven over the short history, with excellent facilities and we see that by starting this U17 team we can provide a quick…


Super Sub Norton Returns From Injury To Give Dollingstown 3 Valuable Points

In a top of the table clash DFC came away victorious in the final minute of a very competitive game with a narrow but nevertheless hugely important 3 points. DFC opened strongly in the opening minutes with Clarke testing the home keeper and Adams firing wide from distance but it was Fivemiletown who went in front on 7 minutes when a free kick from the right was headed back across…


Debut Goal For McCordick As Dollybirds Squeeze Into Next Round

DFC hosted Coalisland in the Marshall cup on sat and were taken all the way by a strong Coalisland team who played exceptionally well and set the tempo of the game as early as the third minute when they hit the base of the post with Croft beaten and a minute later it took a good stop but Croft to keep the score blank. DFC then on first serious attack…


The Dollybirds Move Up To 2nd After Vital Mid-Week Win

Both teams were back in action after their Irish cup exploits on Saturday and it was DFC who came away with a fairly comfortable 3-0 away victory as they enter the second half of their league campaign. They went in front on 5 minutes when a fine move down the right resulted in Harrison pulling the ball back for Clarke to sublimely lob the keeper but Crewe almost equalised a…


Irish Cup Dream Ends With Heads Held High As Attention Turns To Intermediate A

The Irish cup dream for DFC that started back in September last year finally came to an end against Premier league side Dungannon Swifts on Saturday by 4-1. Manager Uprichard changed the shape of the team to try and retain the ball as much as possible against a very strong opposition who all throughout the 90 minutes played very bright one touch football. In the opening quarter Dungannon attacked mainly…