Derry Minor Football Championship

Derry Minor Football Championship
Irish Craobh Mionúir Peile Dhoire
Founded 1946
Title holders Magherafelt (4th title)
Most titles Bellaghy (9 titles)

The Derry Minor Football Championship is an annual Gaelic football club competition between the top Derry Minor clubs. The winners of the Derry Championship qualify to represent their county in the Ulster Minor Club Football Championship. The current champions are Magherafelt.

Contents

Top winners

Team Winner Winning Years
1 Bellaghy 9 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1961, 1963, 1973, 1991, 1994
2= Ballinascreen 8 1958, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1978, 2005
2= Dungiven 8 1956, 1979, 1980, 1985, 1986, 1990, 2006, 2009
4 Ballinderry 7 1989, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2008
5= Ballerin 4 1947, 1965, 1974, 1977
5= Magherafelt 4 1959, 1972, 1992, 2010
6= Slaughtneil 3 1998, 1999, 2000
6= Lavey 3 1975, 1983, 1984
6= Kilrea 3 1970, 2004, 2007
6= Glenullin 3 1962, 1981, 1982
11 An Lúb 2 1993, 1995
11= Éire Óg1 2 1948, 1951
13 Glack 1 1971
13= Swatragh 1 1988
13= Sarsfield’s2 1 1946
13= Glen 1 1987

Notes:

  • ^1 Éire Óg are now defunct.
  • ^2 Sarfield's are now defunct. They were a Derry City club, a fore-runner to the modern-day Doire Colmcille club.

Roll of honour

Year Winner Opponent Man Of The Match
2010 Magherafelt 3-08 Ballinderry 1-07
2009 Dungiven 2-14 Kilrea 1-07
2008 Ballinderry 2-12 Foreglen 1-08
2007 Kilrea 1-13 Slaughtneil 1-09
2006 Dungiven 1-11 Steelstown 1-06
2005 Ballinascreen Bellaghy
2004 Kilrea1 Ballinderry
2003 Ballinderry Banagher
2002 Ballinderry
2001 Ballinderry Glen
2000 Slaughtneil
1999 Slaughtneil Glen
1998 Slaughtneil Glen
1997 Ballinderry
1996 Ballinderry
1995 An Lúb
1994 Bellaghy Ballinderry
1993 An Lúb
1992 Magherafelt Dungiven
1991 Bellaghy
1990 Dungiven
1989 Ballinderry
1988 Swatragh
1987 Glen
1986 Dungiven
1985 Dungiven
1984 Lavey
1983 Lavey
1982 Glenullin
1981 Glenullin
1980 Dungiven
1979 Dungiven
1978 Ballinascreen
1977 Ballerin
1976 Banagher
1975 Lavey
1974 Ballerin
1973 Bellaghy
1972 Magherafelt
1971 Glack
1970 Kilrea
1969 Banagher
1968 Ballinascreen
1967 Ballinascreen
1966 Ballinascreen
1965 Ballerin
1964 Ballinascreen
1963 Bellaghy
1962 Glenullin
1961 Bellaghy
1960 Ballinascreen
1959 Magherafelt
1958 Ballinascreen
1957 Bellaghy
1956 Dungiven
1955 Bellaghy
1954 Bellaghy
1953 Bellaghy
1952 Banagher
1951 Éire Óg, Derry2
1950 Void
1949 Unfinished
1948 Éire Óg, Derry2
1947 Ballerin
1946 Sarsfield's3

Notes:

  • ^1 Kilrea were awarded the 2004 Championship as a walkover. Ballinderry refused to field a team in the final due to an on-going row with the Derry County Board over the suspension of a player.
  • ^2 Éire Óg are now defunct.
  • ^3 Sarfield's are now defunct. They were a Derry City club, a fore-runner to the modern-day Doire Colmcille club.

See also

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