Monthly Archives: October, 2016

Hawe appointed manager

Following the successful completion of his UEFA B Licence, Steven Hawe has been appointed to the position of 1st Team Manager of Loughgall Football Club. Everyone at Lakeview wishes Steven every success going forward into the rest of this season.

Lurgan Celtic 2 – 0 Loughgall

Loughgall’s run of poor form continued with a loss to Lurgan Celtic, and with other results going against them the Villagers moved into the relegation zone for the first time this season. Loughgall were left to rue Chris Elliott’s early second half dismissal as the game-changer when he was shown his second yellow card for [...]

Ballyclare Comrades 5 – 2 Loughgall

The first goal of an action packed game came in the 11th minute when Thomas Robinson rifled the ball into the roof of the net from 16 yards. The lead was doubled six minutes later. A lovely move down the left ended with Thomas Robinson putting in a super cross for Jason Johnston to power [...]

Loughgall 2 – 3 Knockbreda

A superb comeback saw Knockbreda secure their second win of the season and move off the base of the Championship One table. The result, a first loss in five games, brings an end to Loughgall’s recent good form and comes ahead of next week’s difficult trip to face high-flying Ballyclare Comrades. The first period was [...]

Loughgall 1 – 1 Larne

Title challengers Larne made the perfect start at Lakeview Park when they took the lead in the fourth minute; a cushioned header over the Loughgall defence allowed striker Mark Hillen to spring the offside trap and fire home from close range. Loughgall regained composure as the half progressed and both sides played some excellent possession [...]

H&W Welders 1 – 1 Loughgall

Loughgall earned a valuable point away at H&W Welders thanks to Paul Dickson’s own goal to deny Ethan Boylan’s opener for the hosts. Boylan netted after only 7 minutes when he scored from a rebound after Danny McKee’s initial effort was well parried by ‘keeper Gareth Buchanan. The Welders should have scored before their goal [...]