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The Annual General Meeting of the Ulster Senior League was held on Monday, June 3, at the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny.The outgoing Executive was returned unopposed to the top table for another season.In the 2016/17 season Cockhill Celtic won the 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League and Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup double for a fifth successive...


The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Ulster Senior League will take place on Monday night next, July 3.The meeting will be held in the Mount Errigal Hotel and will begin at 8pm.All clubs are reminded that they are required by USL rule to be in attendance at the meeting.


The Ulster Senior League will again be sponsored by the Four Lanterns, continuing the unbroken partnership that goes back to 1986.Ever since the formation of the Ulster Senior League in ’86, the Four Lanterns have been title sponsors of the League and again for the 2017/18 season, the League will be known as ‘The Four Lanterns Ulster Senior...


Ulster Senior League Treasurer Donal Coyle was tonight elected onto the executive committee of the Ulster Football Association.At the Ulster FA AGM, held in the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny, Bonagee United clubman Coyle was elected as the Vice Chairman of the provincial body.The incumbent, Ben Wynne, was also proposed for the position but, in a...


The 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League’s ‘Eleven 30’ selection - with a combined haul of 69 Leagues and 41 League Cups - has been unveiled.The selection, to celebrate 30 full seasons of the Ulster Senior League, which first came into being in the 1986/87 season, was revealed last night at the League’s annual presentation...


Cockhill Celtic captain Jimmy Bradley was named as the 4 Lanterns Player of the Year at the League’s annual presentation function last night.Bradley was a key member as Cockhill created history in winning a fifth successive League and League Cup double this season.Bradley was Cockhill’s top scorer, including nine strikes in the League into...


Jimmy Bradley says ‘experience’ guided Cockhill Celtic to another Ulster Senior League and League Cup double this season.Cockhill became the first side to win the 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League and the Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup in five successive seasons. Jimmy Bradley receives his Watson Menswear Player of the Month award...


The eagerly-awaited unveiling of the Ulster Senior League’s ‘Eleven30’ team will take place at the League’s annual dinner dance and presentation function on Friday night.The event, to be held at the Station House Hotel, is attracting even more interest this year as it coincides with the naming of the ‘Eleven30’...


Cockhill Celtic are champions of the 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League for the fifth season in a row after a narrow win over Swilly Rovers on Sunday.Swilly Rovers 0 Cockhill Celtic 1By Chris McNulty at Swilly ParkPeter Doherty’s fourth League goal of the season in the 20th minute gave Cockhill a win that knotted the green and white ribbons around the...


Should the need arise for a League play-off in the 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League, the League has confirmed the arrangements.A play-off would be required were Cockhill to lose to Swilly Rovers and Letterkenny Rovers defeat Fanad United ths Sunday.That scenario would result in a play-off to decide the League winners.Should that be the case, the play-off...


Members of the Ulster Senior League executive were at FAI headquarters in Abbotstown on Tuesday to meet with senior FAI officials.The USL delegation met with the FAI CEO John Delaney and the FAI Director of Competitions Fran Gavin to discuss the development and the possible expansion of intermediate football in Donegal.Secretary Niall Callaghan,...


By Chris McNulty at Dry Arch ParkGavin Cullen praised Cockhill Celtic match-winner Jimmy Bradley as he again proved the hero as the Inishowen men captured a fifth successive Donegal News USL Cup on Sunday afternoon.Bradley’s 41st minute goal gave Cockhill a 1-0 win over Derry City Reserves and sets up a possible League and Cup double with Cockhill...


John Quigg says that the Ulster Senior League has proved a perfect breeding ground for Derry City’s next generation.Although Derry’s Reserves lost 1-0 to Cockhill Celtic in Sunday’s Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup final, Quigg says the young Candystripes are learning their trade in the tough environs of the USL.City have...


Cockhill Celtic 1 Derry City Reserves 0 Chris McNulty reports from Dry Arch Park Captain Jimmy Bradley scored the only goal of the game as Cockhill Celtic defeated Derry City Reserves in the Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup final at Dry Arch Park this afternoon.Cockhill hit what proved to be the winner in the 41st minute with a now-customary set-piece...


Packie Coll will referee tomorrow's Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup final between Cockhill Celtic and Derry City Reserves.The game takes place at Dry Arch Park, Bonagee at 2pm, and St Johnston whistler Coll has been confirmed as the referee for the big game.Marty McGarrigle and Marty Quinn will be the assistant referees for the game.Coll, who...


Tomorrow’s 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League game between Bonagee United and Finn Harps Reserves has been called off.Finn Harps Reserves have informed the Ulster Senior League that they are unable to field in the game due to the high volume of injuries within their panel at present.Finn Harps Reserves have assured the Ulster Senior League that they...


The Ulster Senior League’s quest to select the ‘ELEVEN30’ - the team of the 30 seasons of the USL – is well underway.In celebration of 30 full seasons of the Ulster Senior League, which first came into being in the 1986/87 season, the League appointed a selection panel to chose the ‘ELEVEN 0’ teamThe panel will select...


Paul Boyle says that Letterkenny Rovers have to put silverware on the table this season.Rovers have narrowed the gap to leaders Cockhill Celtic at the top of the 4 Lanterns Ulster Senior League table and Eamon McConigley’s charges are in a Knockalla Caravans Senior Cup semi-final against Greencastle FC.Last season, Rovers watched as Cockhill won...


The Ulster Senior League conveys our best wishes to Cockhill Celtic player Peter Doherty, who has been nominated for the Intermediate Player of the Year Award ahead of the ‘Three’ FAI International Football Awards on Sunday.The awards are televised by RTE and are held at the RTE Studios.Doherty is nominated for the Intermediate Player of the...


It has been a ‘strange season’, as Christy Connaghan describes it, but the Gartan man is hopeful that Letterkenny Rovers can still add some silverware.After the dizzying heights of last season, when Rovers reached the FAI Intermediate Cup final, it has been a topsy-turvy campaign this time around for the Leckview Park residents.On Sunday,...

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