Steelstown’s Emma Doherty won the prestigious All Ireland Junior Players Player of the year award at a star studded All Stars Presentation Dinner at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin on Saturday past.
Congratulations Emma – all associated with Derry LGFA are delighted for you and are sure you are very proud of your achievement and award.
The Annual Convention of Derry LGFA as fixed for Owen Beg last Tuesday saw Club delegates receive reports and be given an opportunity to reflect on 2017 activity at all levels.
In a wide ranging report the secretary detailed all activity that went on in the year and congratulated all involved in a busy calendar of activities.
The Registrar, Treasurer and Development Officer reports were all dealt with efficiently and a list of various recommendations were brought forward to be dealt with by the delegates in attendance.
Election of officers then took place and the following posts were filled as below:
Chairperson – Marlene Mullan
Vice Chairperson – Jock Groogan
Secretary – Paul Grant
Assistant Secretary – Terri McCallan
Treasurer – Clare Mullan
Development Officer – Gregory Mulholland
Fixtures Secretary – Brendan Walls
Irish Language and Cultural Officer – Ann Hassan
Under 14 League Play-offs
Sunday 22nd October – Dungiven 3.08 Ballymaguigan 6.08
Monday 16th October – Dungiven v Steelstown – OFF
Friday 20th October – Ballymaguigan v Steelstown – OFF
Minor Championship –
Wednesday 11th October – Craigbane 0.01 Ballymaguigan 4.20
Thursday 12th October – Magherafelt 3.08 Limavady 5.12
Wednesday 18th October – Steelstown 10.09 Callan Gaels 8.03
Wednesday 18th October – Claudy 8.14 Glen 0.10
A. Steelstown won Faughan Vale lost
C. Dungiven lost Ballymaguigan won
29/10/17 – SEMI FINALS
Claudy 2.08 Steelstown 4.10
Limavady 3.04 Ballymaguigan 10.23
MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Ballymaguigan 9.09 Steelstown 3.04
Minor League Final – Wed 25th October
Ballymaguigan 7.17 Callan Gaels 3.07
Adult League Winners
Division 1 – Steelstown
Division 2 – Moneymore
Adult Championship Final Results
Senior – Steelstown 1.07 Ballinascreen 0.06
Intermediate – Claudy 3.04 Moneymore 8.10
Junior – Coleraine 2.04 Craigbane 2.05
Under 18 League – Ballymaguigan
Under 18 Championship – Ballymaguigan
Under 16 League – Ballymaguigan
Under 16 Championship Final Results
A Final – Claudy 3.08 Ballymaguigan 4.18
B Final – Dungiven 3.08 Callan Gaels 4.14
Under 14 League – tbc
Under 14 Championship Final Results
A Final – Ballinascreen 5.07 Steelstown 2.06
A Shield – Limavady 5.01 Magherafelt 7.08
B Final – Claudy 2.03 Craigbane 3.04
2017 Fixtures now uploaded and available for all – see Pages linked as above
2017 Feile Sat 1st April / Sun 2nd April
Magherafelt 1.04 Steelstown 5.04
Dungiven 3.08 Ballerin 1.02
Ballerin 2.01 Ballinascreen 10.07
Dungiven 1.00 Ballinascreen 2.02
Group 3 – Coleraine withdrew, Limavady withdrew
Craigbane 4.03 Claudy 1.01
Lissan 1.03 Callan Gaels 7.06
Craigbane 4.03 Callan Gaels 4.04
Callan Gaels 12.05 Claudy 3.02
Lissan 2.01 Claudy 3.04
Lissan 1.01 Craigbane 8.06
Semi Final games
Callan Gaels 5.00 Ballinascreen 3.08
Steelstown 1.04 Ballymauigan 1.02
Steelstown 2.08 Ballinascreen 1.00
The County Under 13 Development squad participated in the Ulster blitz today, Saturday 22nd October at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown.
Pictured below the players who participated – Derry had 2 teams entered in this and all enjoyed the honour of representing their County and getting valuable game time.
Under 16 Finals are scheduled for Friday 7th October at Owen Beg 4G pitch in Dungiven
Under 16 A Final – Steelstown 5.05 Ballymaguigan 7.10
Under 16 B Final – Limavady 4.10 Magherafelt 0.05
Qualifying Round 2nd September
A- Magherafelt 2.06 Claudy 8.13
B- Ballymaguigan won Limavady lost
C- Bye v Doire Colmcille
D- Steelstown won Coleraine lost
E- Callan Gaels lost Glen won
F- Dungiven 3.10 Ballerin 4.07 –
replay Ballerin 3.04 Dungiven 1.02
Quarter Finals – Monday 19th September 6.30pm
Steelstown 5.06 Ballerin 0.07
Semi Finals 23rd September
Claudy lost Ballymaguigan won
Glen 4.06 Steelstown 4.08
Final – 7th October
Steelstown v Ballymaguigan
Quarter Finals 16th September – 6.45pm
Limavady 5.05 Callan Gaels 2.10
Magherafelt won Doire Colmcille lost
Semi Finals 23rdSeptember
Magherafelt 5.03 Dungiven 2.09
Limavady 4.12 Coleraine 2.03
Final 7th October
Magherafelt v Limavady
12th June 2016
Claudy 6.06 Glen 6.01
Ballymaguigan w/o Limavady dnf
SEMI FINAL – 17th June @ 7.30pm
Ballymaguigan 1.11 Steelstown 3.03
Ballymaguigan won Claudy lost – victorious panel and management team as below.
Dungiven 7.06 Magherafelt 1.04
Coleraine 2.02 Ballinascreen 4.05
Callan Gaels 10.05 Craigbane 14.13
Ballinascreen won Lissan lost
Dungiven conc Craigbane w/o
FINAL – Monday 19th September
Ballinascreen 8.03 Craigbane 3.06 – Victorious Ballinascreen panel as below
Glen retained the Senior Championship trophy with a 2.08 to 1.02 win over Ballinascreen in then third of the finals held at Owen Beg on Saturday.
Glen started well and led by 1.02 to no score before a spirited response from Ballinascreen saw the teams tied at 1.02 apiece midway through the first half. Ballinascreen battled well in the remaining fifteen minutes but were held scoreless by a resolute Glen defence while the Glen forwards scored another goal and point to lead by 2.03 to 1.02 at half time.
The second half saw Glen notch up a further five points as Caoimhe Moran, Danielle Kivlehan, Breena O’Loughlin and Dervla Mc Master exerted their influence to see Glen run out winners on a scoreline of Glen 2.08 Ballinascreen 1.02.
Glen now go forward to represent Derry in the Ulster Club Intermediate championship.
Ballymaguigan won the Derry Intermediate title at on Saturday when they overcame Claudy in the second of the finals at Owen Beg.
Ballymaguigan started well and playing with the breeze they went in at half time leading by 1.10 to 0.01. Claudy were creating chances, but two penalty misses pobably cost them as they were closer in playing terms than the twelve point gap suggested. Katie Burke at midfield and the forward threats posed by Emma Jo O’Neill and Emma McIvor gave the Claudy defence plenty of trouble.
Claudy fared much better in the second half, but the gap was too much to bridge and Ballymaguigan ran out winners on a scoreline of 2.14 to 1.06.