Derry and District League

Derry And District League

Derry and District League

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The Derry and District League is an amateur football league in Derry. The league includes youth and senior football teams. The Senior Sunday League has two divisions, the Premier and the First Division. The Youth Leagues have one league for each age group, from under-10 up to under-17. Teams such as Don Bosco's and Tristar Boys have numerous teams competing at every level. Other senior teams include Brandywell Harps, Trojans and, in the First Division, Lisahally. The league has witnessed a rise in popularity in recent years, and youth teams, such as Foyle Harps and the Derry and District Youth Select have competed on an international level both in China and Spain respectively. There is also a Saturday Morning League operating in Derry. The League also sends youth teams to the Foyle Cup and in 2005 the under-16 team finished runners up in the competition, losing out to Ferencvaros. Many of the players in that team have since signed professional contracts. Kevin Deery, Barry Molloy and Patrick McCourt are now Derry City players, after playing youth football in the league.

Northside Albion are currently in the First Division of the Northwest Saturday Morning league. This team consists of a great bunch of lads and is currently run by none other, than Big Shaun. NAFC actually made a few new signings recently with Midfielder Daithi O'Mianain first to come through tough negotiations. Next on the list was a trio of young talent, Paddy Boyle, Paul Morrison and Michael Crumlish....
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