Ex Glenavon Legends to Guest at Planters Park

Ex Glenavon Fc legend ‘Trevor Molloy’ has recently taken over the reigns of Meath and District League team Duleek AFC and he is bring his squad of players to Planters Park for a glamour friendly on the last day of July. The game will also feature ex Glenavon legends Tony Grant and Niall Hudson plus Adrian Harpur. DFC are priveledged that Trevor and Tony are willing to come up from…

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DFC Season Ticket

New for 2014-2015 season and our first year in Championship 2, you can now buy Dollingstown FC Season tickets.  The tickets are £50 for adults and £30 concessions and will allow you access to all of our home league games next season. Please contact Hubert or Lisa (Club Treasurer) for more information or to buy a season ticket.

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DFC Fun Day

Come down for the annual DFC family fun day, there will be something for everyone from: Bouncy Castles and Face Painting to Barbeques and Petting farm. It is only £5 per family so come on down to Planters Park on Saturday 19th July from 1pm to 5pm

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DFC in Europe

Congratulations to two of our own DFC boys Jordan and Ritchie who have been selected to represent the East region of NI for the Regions Cup matches.  Both lads are now in the final squad of 20 to go to Moldova in September, the boys are taking Dollingstown into Europe.

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D’TOWN ARE GOING UP!

DFC 1sts will now be plying their trade in Championship 2 after a resounding win against Brantwood in the Second leg of the play-off.  This is just the icing on the cake after an unbelievable season where DFC had already secured a treble of trophies this season. After being 2-1 down from the first leg a big performance was needed by the boys and boy did they give it.  1st…

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Reserves Double Success

On Wednesday night DFC reserves became Reserve League 1 Champions, making them O’Hara Cup and League champions.  They beat Craigavon Res 8-0 at Planters Park on Wednesday night which meant that St Mary’s had to also win to take the league to the last game of the season. However St Mary’s lost 2-0 to Ballymacash Rangers, giving Dollingstown an unassailable lead at the top of Reserve 1. It truly has been…

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