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Airtricity Under-19 League - Derry City 0-4 St Patrick's Athletic

SSE Airtricity Under-19 League Northern Elite Division

Derry City 0-4 St Patrick’s Athletic

Derry City U19s suffered their first defeat of the season on Saturday afternoon, going down 4-0 to a strong St Patrick’s Athletic outfit at the Curragh Sports Complex, Killygordon. 610 more words

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Airtricity U19 League - Dundalk 0-2 Derry City

Derry City under-19s remain top of the Airtricity Northern Elite Division following a two nil win over Dundalk at Oriel Park on Saturday afternoon.

Second half goals from Cathal Farren and Rory Holden secured all three points for the Candy Stripes who remain the only unbeaten side in the Northern Elite Division after five games. 182 more words

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Derry City under-19 captain called up to the Irish Colleges & Universities squad

Congratulations to Derry City under-19 captain Jack Blake on his recent call up to the Irish Colleges & Universities squad for two friendly fixtures against the Irish Defence Forces and the Scottish Universities. 182 more words

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National Age Group Progress

Congratulations to all that took part in the preliminary rounds of the National Age Group Championships, all the teams recorded some great results. U17 Girls top their group leading into the next qualification round in Liverpool this weekend as do the U19 Boys who travel to Watford on the 9/10th April. 19 more words


Connors steps down as 19's boss

Between the Stripes can today reveal that Longford Town FC under 19’s manager Mark Connors has officially stepped down from his position. While the news has yet to be officially announced by the club, the Dublin native has called time on his spell in the Midlands with no word as of yet as to why he will not be taking the reigns for the fast approaching 2016 season. 257 more words

2016 Airtricity Under-19 League

The 2016 Airtricity Under-19 league season will begin on the weekend of March 13th.

The new league format will be two regional divisions, North and South. 137 more words

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Devon Cup champions

Great start to 2016 with Exeter Under 19s winning the Devon Knock Out Cup v Newton Abbot in a tense final that saw Exeter reduced to three outfield players for the final three minutes, followed by Exeters Seniors becoming league and cup champions by beating Newton Abbot in the Senior Men’s Final 22-9. Team pictured above.