TRANSFER NEWS | Midfielder signs

Tonight we welcome midfielder, Kealan Dillon, as the latest addition to our squad at Stangmore Park.

Dillon, twenty nine, joins us having most recently been at Warrenpoint Town FC. Eager to get back to playing in the Premiership, Dillon had this to say about signing for Dungannon Swifts.

“I am delighted to get a deal agreed to join the Club. Having worked with Rodney previously for a short time and knowing the way he likes the game to be played. I’m really excited to get started. “

Kealan Dillon- New signing

McAree who coached Dillon at Warrenpoint Town said

“I worked with Kealan at Warrenpoint and know what we’re getting. He has a great attitude and technically he’s very good. Kealan will add good creativity to the team and I look forward to working with him again.”

Rodney McAree – Swifts Manager

Welcome to Stangmore Park, Kealan. Good luck with your career as a Dungannon Swifts player.


We are delighted to announce that twenty year old, James Convie, has returned to the Club after his loan spell at Armagh City.

Forward, Convie, was sent out on loan to gain some valuable first team game time with Armagh City. Since returning to Stangmore Park, as Manager, Rodney McAree has made it his mission to bring back some of our loan players as a matter of importance.

” James is a very talented player coming back from his loan spell at Armagh City. James has all the ability, so hopefully with hard work he’ll be a big success for us in the upcoming season.”

Rodney McAree – Swifts Manager

Welcome back James, we wish you every success in a Swifts shirt.

TRANSFER NEWS | Owens to Swifts

Dungannon Swifts are delighted to announce the signing of left sided player, Niall Owens.

Twenty three year old Niall, returns to Northern Ireland having spent the last four years playing football in America. He was with Irish League Club Ballinamallard United previous to heading to America.

McAree has had Owens on his radar for a while now,

“Niall broke through into the first team at Ballinamallard United as an 18 year old and done very well before going to America on a Scholarship. Niall is someone I have kept an eye on since he left the Irish League. I really look forward to working along with him.”

Rodney McAree

Welcome to Stangmore Park, Niall. We wish you every success playing for Dungannon Swifts.


We are delighted to announce that twenty year old, Adam Glenny, has returned to the Club after his loan spell at Annagh United.

Left back, Glenny, has been a vital player in Annagh United squad helping them to their third place finish this season. After playing in virtually all the games, apart from the play off games again us obviously, Adam returns to Stangmore Park a better and enthusiastic player.

Welcome back Adam, we wish you every success in a Swifts shirt.


After the announcement of contract news earlier on today we can bring the good news that a former Dungannon United Youth and Swifts favourite returns to Stangmore Park.

After four seasons away at Crusaders, Christopher Hegarty, has made the move back to his hometown Club.

Hegarty, thirty, of course is no stranger to Stangmore Park, having come through the ranks at DUY before heading across the water. Hegarty was part of our 2018 League Cup Winning squad and now re-joins us from Crusaders, he comes off the back of lots of success with the North Belfast side but he still has plenty to prove.

We take the opportunity to welcome Christopher back to Stangmore Park and wish him every success.

New Signing, Christopher Hegarty pictured alongside Chairman, Keith Boyd.


We would like to take the opportunity to wish the following players well in their future footballing careers. We also thank them for their commitment to DSFC when playing for our Club. Thank you.

Ben Cushnie – Loan

Darren Cole – Loan

Jordan Jenkins – Loan

Mayowa Animasahun – Loan

Caolan Coyle – Portadown

Ryan Mayse – Portadown

Michael Ruddy – Contract expired

Marc Walsh – Contract expired

Joe McCready – Contract expired

Gerardo Bruna – Contract expired