Reserves Management Team Stepping Down Opens New Opportunity At Planters Park

Our Reserves Management Team of Simon Brown, Chris Loney & Gavin O’Neill have announced their intentions to step down from their roles at Planters Park at the end of the current season, in whatever capacity it ends in. A few months ago they made the committee aware of their decision and all those involved with …

CUP DRAW | Dollingstown To Face St. James’ Swifts in Semi-Final Of The McCombs Coach Travel Intermediate Cup

The draw was made tonight (Monday 9th March 2020) for the Semi-Final of the McCombs Coach Travel Intermediate Cup which was held at the National Stadium with DFC’s Nathan McConnell & Adam Patterson representing the club. The Full Draw: Dollingstown vs St James’ Swifts Belfast Celtic vs Newington All other details to be confirmed

Liggett Hat-Trick Defeats Limavady In Five Star Performance

The game went ahead despite the heavy pitch and a strong wind as DFC tried to retain there place in top 3 spot. Liggett headed wide in opening few minutes before Rodgers broke the deadlock when he fired home from a corner and it stayed this way through to half time.In the opening minutes Johnson …

Devastating Duke Bags Four As Impressive Dollybirds Bring Back 3 Points

With this being the only match played today in the PIL it was important DFC got back to winning ways after the recent defeat to Bangor and they did thus emphatically away to Moyola Park who themselves were coming of a resounding cup victory the previous week themselves. DFC set the tempo very early on …

Penalty Win Puts Dollingstown Into 1/4 Final Draw Of Intermediate Cup

Both teams served up a tense game that went all the way to extra time and penalties before DFC got there name in the hat for the quarter final draw. In very windy conditions both teams battled hard on what must be one of the biggest pitches around in the local game, Paterson on his …

Dollybirds Get The Job Done Against A Tough Moyola Park

League action returned today on a wet and sticky surface after very heavy overnight rain. Moyola Park came out fighting and went in front after only 8 minutes when the striker was allowed plenty of room to get his shot away and this deflected off Moffett to give them the opening goal. Few minutes later …