Category: Latest Football
Derry GAA are excited to announce that they have entered an agreement with local employer Centum (centum.ie)
Derry’s senior footballers opened up the 2022 Allianz League campaign with a hard-fought seven-point victory against Down on Saturday night at Owenbeg.
Derry’s fixtures for both the Football League and Hurling League in 2022 have been confirmed by the GAA.
Watty Graham’s Glen made history at Celtic Park on Sunday afternoon as a comprehensive performance resulted in their first Derry SFC title, against defending champions Slaughtneil.
Derry’s minors footballers were knocked out of the 2021 Ulster MFC at the quarter-final stage following a late defeat to Armagh on Wednesday night.
Derry will play in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League in 2022 following their D3 semi-final victory over Limerick at Carrick-On-Shannon on Saturday.
Derry will play Limerick in the Division Three semi-finals, after the Oak Leafers confirmed top spot in D3 North with an exciting win over Cavan on Saturday.
Derry’s minor footballers secured a hard-fought two-point win against Armagh at Owenbeg in Sunday’s Ulster MFC quarter-final.
Derry Minor footballer’s delayed Ulster SFC quarter-final against Armagh will now be played on Sunday December 20th at Owenbeg (1pm).
Derry GAA are pleased to confirm that Paddy Bradley has been appointed to the role of Derry U20 football manager.
Derry GAA’s Coaching and Development Strategy (2021-2026) has been published and is now available to download.
Derry GAA would like to sincerely thank Mickey Donnelly for his three years work as Derry U20 football manager.
Derry’s 2020 Ulster SFC campaign is over following a two-point quarter-final loss to Armagh at a wet Celtic Park on Sunday evening.
Derry senior football manager Rory Gallagher has named the squad for the Ulster SFC quarter-final against Armagh on Sunday.