Uprichard Strenghtens Dollingstown Squad With 3 Big Signings

Dollingstown would like to give a big welcome back to Aaron Duke and Richard Thompson & also Welcome Marc Davidson who have all signed from Annagh United this evening. Aaron and Richy need no introduction  and will give a massive boost to Scobie’s attacking options and Marc will come in to strenghten the defensive side of things and all 3 are very welcome to Planters Park and we look forward them…

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MATCH REPORT: Dollingstown Fall To Week Night Defeat At Crewe Park In Goal Fest

DFC made the trip to Crewe without the services of 7 first team players through injury and raced into a 2-0 lead after the opening 20 minutes through Andy McMath and Marty Hughes following good work down the left by Davy Gray who had a very impressive opening first half of the game. However they were undone in a 2 minute spell when on 35 minutes captain Aaron Moffett got…

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DRAW: Difficult Draw For The Dollybirds As They Travel To Coagh Utd Res

Dollingstown Reserves will face the difficult challenge of heading to Coagh United Reserves in Round one of the Mid Ulster Shield on Saturday 23rd September 2017 – KO time TBC The Full Draw: (Ties to be played Saturday September 23rd 2017 Parkview Utd v Rectory Rangers Coagh Utd Res v Dollingstown Res Bessbrook Utd v Killeavy Utd Portadown BBOB v Cookstown Olympic Derrybeg v AFC Silverwood Res Sandy Hill v Newmills Ambassadors…

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Junior Cup Draw Pits DFC Reserves Against Ballybogey At Planters Park

Dollingstown Reserves have been drawn home advantage in Round 1 of The Irish FA Junior Cup. They will host Ballybogey who play in the Coleraine District Morning League and no doubt will be a tough challenge for the team Craig and Jim are putting together for this season. The game will be played on Saturday 16th September 2017 with a 1.30pm KO at Planters Park. Currently Ballybogey are top of…

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Dollybirds Come Away From Brownstown With 3 Points

DFC returned to league action tonight at near neighbours Hanover and on a very wet and stormy night a special mention should go to both teams who competed for every ball and despite not being a dirty game numerous bookings were made against each team. Hanover went in front on 20 minutes when from a deep cross on the right to the back post the centre forward caught the ball beautifully to…

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