Outgoing Cllrs John Ryan and Martin Farren have been returned to Donegal County Council, with outgoing Cllrs Rena Donaghey and Paul Canning also deemed elected without reaching the quota. Sinn Fein's Ciaran Mc Laughlin lost out by 117 votes.
After the 11th count in the Inishowen Electoral Area, FG Cllr Bernard Mc Guinness has been returned to the council Chamber in Lifford.
Update - After the 9th count, Sinn Fein's Jack Murray and Independent Nicholas Crossan have been elected.
As the counting of votes continues in the Inishowen Electoral Area, it's been confirmed that former IFF councillor Albert Doherty is returning to Lifford, this time representing Sinn Fein.
Fine Gael's Mickey Doherty will lose his seat, and his party colleague Cllr John Ryan is facing a battle to hold on to his seat with outgoing Buncrana Cllr Ciaran Mc Laughlin. The counting of votes is continuing, the distribution of Joe Murphy's 788 votes is set to be crucial in this intriguing count.
Fianna Fail's Martin Mc Dermott is the first new member to be elected to Donegal County Council, exceeding the quota by over 400 votes. The eleventh count in full -
Paul Canning FF 1462
Nicholas Crossan Ind 1652 ELECTED
Albert Doherty SF 1636 ELECTED
Mickey Doherty FG 820 ELIMINATED
Rena Donaghey FF 1536
Martin Farren Lab 1403
Paul Ferguson Ind 94 ELIMINATED
Eilis Haden DDI 107 ELIMINATED
Patrick Mc Carroll Ind 671 ELIMINATED
Mary Mc Cauley FF 605 ELIMINATED
Martin Mc Dermott FF 2002 ELECTED
Bernard Mc Guinness FG 1726 ELECTED
Ciaran Mc Laughlin SF 1307
Peter Mc Laughlin FG 374 ELIMINATED
Joe Murphy PBP 785 ELIMINATED
Jack Murray SF 1706 ELECTED
John Ryan FG 1360
Ryan Stewart Ind 361 ELIMINATED