Ballymaguigan represent Derry in All Ireland Feile

Ballymaguigan Feile

St Trea’s Ballymaguigan competed in the All Ireland Under 14 Feile competition held in Wexford in June.

The girls went through their section undefeated, beating Blessington by 5.05 to 0.00, Glencar Manorhamilton 8.02 to 6.05 before completing their section with a 2.06 to 0.01 victory over Kilanerin.

They then accounted for Castlerahan on a scoreline of 3.02 to 0.03 in the Cup quarter final before eventually bowing out at the Cup semi final stage, losing out to St. Paul’s on a scoreline of 3.02 to 2.02.

A great experience for the panel of players and one which will no doubt live long in the memories of all concerned.

Derry NFL Div 4 campaign 2015

Derry found the going tough in the Division 4 programme in 2015 though strides were made in preparation for Championship matches later in the year.

In all five games were played from 8th February through to 29th March, and although no wins recorded there had been progress made in the Championship preparations.

Derry had 2 home and 3 away matches and faced Louth, Wicklow, Limerick, Offaly and Antrim in their fixtures.

Panel photograph from the match in Limerick where a gallant Derry side went down by 7 points to the eventual Division 4 finalists.

Derry Seniors v Limerick - 2015

Under 16 Season 2015

The Under 16 panel played Donegal in a challenge game in Owen Beg at the start of the year in cold wintry conditions – see team pic as attached (squad). Action pics as well of Aoife Boorman and Cara Doherty.
Derry went on to qualify for the Under 16 Ulster B Championship final. They lost heavily to Monaghan and won by default over Armagh, thus qualifying for the Ulster B Final.

In the B final played in Magheracloone in Monaghan Cavan defeated Derry on a scoreline of 3.14 to 0.03

Under 18 Season 2015

Derry had a frustrating 2015 season at Minor Grade.

Derry minors 2015

Minor squad that faced Fermanagh in 2015

While early indications were that things were looking good, a combination of events led to the season petering out to a disappointing end.

The Under 18 side were faced with games against Cavan, Fermanagh, Armagh and Monaghan and while the challenge against Cavan was always going to be a tough obstacle the panel performed admirably in their second match, a home tie against Fermanagh.

Scores from 2015 were:

Derry 0.03 Cavan 6.27

Derry 6.24 Fermanagh 0.03

Armagh 11.18 Derry 1.05