The First Team Management celebrate winning the Division 1A League Title, click on the link below to read more…
- Having secured the league title the firsts with two games remaining, on Thursday night the welcomed Rathfriland Rangers to Rosconnor, the visitors ran out three one winners. James Costello scored a hat-trick while Eoin Boyle replied for Downpatrick. Then on Saturday Larne Tech were the visitors, after providing Downpatrick with a guard of honour the visitors were intent on ruining the title celebrations and went one nil up at half time. The introduction of Andrew Telford in the second half provided Downpatrick with some injection up front and the top goal scorer didn’t take long before he brought the sides level with a fierce shot from the edge of the box
- This Saturday night sees the Men’s Presentation in Murphy’s Bar, the meal is set for 7.30pm sharp. Tickets are priced at £20.00, if anyone is interested in attending please contact Tony McShane on 07716 853990.
- The seconds played their penultimate match on Saturday when they played Drumaness Mills seconds to Dunleath. Downpatrick ran out comfortable 3 – 1 winners with goals from Carlos Djalo, Neil Young and first team manager Kevin Trueman. Their last game is away to Kirkistown.
- The ladies are in league action tonight when they welcome Bangor Ladies to Dunleath, kick off is 7.30pm. The ladies suffered heavy defeats last week in the Women’s cup and league fixture against Linfield Swifts.
- The under 16’s suffered defeat in their league playoff final at the hands of Lisburn Distillery, playing in terrible conditions the players found themselves losing four nil at half time having played against a gale force wind. In the second half they tried to stage a comeback and within five minutes they pulled a goal back through centre half Conor Breen’s pile driver from the edge of the box. With fifteen minutes remaining Eoin Rooney pulled another goal back but the damage had been done and Downpatrick lost 4 – 2. It’s always said that the best way to get over a defeat is to play a game quickly and there’s no better game to play than in a cup final. This Saturday the 16’s play Willowbank at 10.00am in Ballymacoss Playing Fields.
- The under 14’s also tasted defeat in their quest for the league title, needing to win their remaining two games to win the league they won against Warrenpoint but suffered defeat against the eventual winners Oxford Sunnyside by a scoreline one nil.