Category: Northern Ireland Junior Leagues (IFA)

Fermanagh & Western Football League Logo

Fermanagh and Western Football League Division 4 Roll of Honour 1975-76 to 1998-99

Fermanagh and Western Football League Crest [References: 1]

FWFL Division 4 Roll of Honour 1975-76 to Present

SeasonWinners
1975-76Roadhouse SSC
1976-77Irvinestown Wanderers
1977-78Trillick Town
1978-79Cranny United
1979-80N/A
1980-81N/A
1981-82N/A
1982-83N/A
1983-84N/A
1984-85N/A
1985-86Bellspark United
1986-87Claragh Augher United
1987-88Ballycolman Swifts
1988-89Barrowfield Reserves
1989-90Omagh Town Youth
1990-91N/A
1991-92N/A
1992-93N/A
1993-94N/A
1994-95Kevlin United
1995-96Clabby Strollers
1996-97Derrygonnelly United
1997-98Enniskillen Rangers Reserves
1998-99Enniskillen Town United Colts
[References: 2]

Report

The Fermanagh and Western Football League created a fourth division in 1975-76, only seven years after adding a second division and four after a third division was created. No team won the Division twice from the first season when Roadhouse SSC won the title to the last in 1998-99 when Enniskillen Town United Colts triumphed. There were two periords when the Division was scrapped altogether ( 1979-80 to 1984-85 and 1990-91 to 1993-94) before it was replaced by the Reserve League in 1999-2000.

References

Logos

[1] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2017) logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logo.jpg [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Websites

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Winners – Division Four [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/content_page/10017189/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Conor Connolly-Mulcahy, Dara Connolly-Mulcahy & Aodhan Connolly-Mulcahy.

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Last Updated: 19 February 2021

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Fermanagh & Western Football League Logo

Fermanagh and Western Football League Division 3 Roll of Honour 1971-72 to Present

Fermanagh and Western Football League Logo [References: 1]
Fermanagh and Western Football League Logo [References: 1]

FWFL Division 3 Roll of Honour 1971-72 to Present (Brendan Keogh Memorial Cup)

SeasonWinners
1971-72Lisnaskea
1972-73Barrowfield Rovers
1973-74Tempo Town
1974-75Kilskeery Harps
1975-76Sporting Spartak
1976-77Roadhouse
1977-78Irvinestown Wanderers
1978-79Trillick Town
1979-80Maguiresbridge
1980-81Bohemians
1981-82Victoria Bridge United
1982-83Blane Rovers
1983-84Killen Rangers
1984-85Enniskillen Town United Reserves
1985-86Ballinamallard United Reserves
1986-87Bellspark United
1987-88Claragh
1988-89Ballycolman Swifts
1989-90Killymore Rovers Reserves
1990-91Omagh Hospitals
1991-92Fivemiletown United Reserves
1992-93Dergview Reserves
1993-94Lisnaskea Rovers Reserves
1994-95Ardstraw
1995-96Kevlin United
1996-97Clabby Strollers
1997-98Fintona *
1998-99Killen Rangers Reserves
1999-2000Lisnarick
2000-01Not Completed
2001-02Ballygawley
2002-03Lisnarick
2003-04Omagh Hospitals *
2004-05Lisbellaw United *
2005-06Strathraw Harps *
2006-07Lisnarick
2007-08Enniskillen Rangers
2008-09Drumquin United
2009-10Omagh Hospitals
2010-11Strabane Athletic
2011-12Lisnarick
2012-13NFC Kesh
2013-14Magheraveely
2014-15Mountjoy United
2015-16Dunbreen Rovers
2016-17Fintona Swifts
2017-18Enniskillen Athletic
2018-19Mountfield
2019-20Enniskillen Galaxy
2020-21Not Completed
[References: 2-3]

Note: * Won Title after Playoff.

Report

The Fermanagh and Western Football League started a third Division in 1971-72 only three years after starting a second division. Lisnarick have won the “Brendan Keogh Memorial Cup” four times since then . The winners gain Promotion to Division 2.

References

Logos

[1] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2017) logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logo.jpg [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Websites

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Winners – Division 3 [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/content_page/10017187/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Table Division 3 – Brendan Keogh Memorial Cup [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/league/154388/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Conor Connolly-Mulcahy, Dara Connolly-Mulcahy & Aodhan Connolly-Mulcahy.

About this document

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Last Updated: 19 February 2021

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Fermanagh & Western Football League Logo

Fermanagh and Western Football League Division 2 Roll of Honour 1968-69 to Present

Fermanagh and Western Football League Logo [References: 1]
Fermanagh and Western Football League Logo [References: 1]

FWFL Division 2 Roll of Honour 1968-69 to Present (Enda Love Cup)

SeasonWinners
1968-69Omagh Town Swifts
1969-70Maguiresbridge “B”
1970-71Victoria Bridge Reserves
1971-72Maguiresbridge “B”
1972-73Victoria Bridge Reserves
1973-74Bunbreen United
1974-75Victoria Bridge
1975-76Tempo Town
1976-77Dunbreen United
1977-78Dunbreen Rovers Reserves
1978-79Irvinestown Wanderers
1979-80Drumrallagh
1980-81Dergview
1981-82Barrowfield Rovers
1982-83Lisnaskea Rovers
1983-84Blane Rovers
1984-85Victoria Bridge United
1985-86Dunbreen United
1986-87Enniskillen Town United
1987-88Barrowfield Killen Rangers
1988-89Tummery Athletic
1989-90Maguiresbridge
1990-91Mountjoy United
1991-92Killymore Rovers
1992-93Omagh Hospitals
1993-94Ballinamallard United Reserves
1994-95Enniskillen Town United Reserves
1995-96Lisnaskea Rovers
1996-97Ardstraw
1997-98Killen Rangers
1998-99Sperrin Athletic
1999-2000NFC Kesh
2000-01Not Completed
2001-02Sperrin Athletic
2002-03Irvinestown Wanderers
2003-04Beragh Swifts
2004-05Omagh Hospitals
2005-06Lisbellaw United
2006-07Strathroy Harps
2007-08Churchtown
2008-09Fintona Swifts
2009-10Beragh Swifts
2010-11Stratroy Harps *
2011-12Strabane Athletic
2012-13Lisnaskea Rovers
2013-14NFC Kesh
2014-15Enniskillen Santos
2015-16Strule United
2016-17Mountjoy United
2017-18Strule United
2018-19Magheraveely
2019-20Mountfield
2020-21Not Completed
[References: 2-3]

Note: * Won title After Playoff.

Report

The Fermanagh and Western Football League started a second Division in 1968-69. Lisnaskea Rovers and Dunbreen United have won the “Enda Love Cup” three times. The winners gain Promotion to Division 1.

References

Logos

[1] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2017) logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logo.jpg [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Websites

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Winners – Division 2 [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/content_page/10017186/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Table Division 2 – Enda Love Cup [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/league/154386/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Conor Connolly-Mulcahy, Dara Connolly-Mulcahy & Aodhan Connolly-Mulcahy.

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Fermanagh & Western Football League Logo

Fermanagh and Western Football League Division 1 Roll of Honour 1904-Present

Fermanagh and Western Football League Logo [Reference: 1]

League Winners – Division 1 1904-05 to Present

YearWinners
1904-05St. Michaels Hall Celtic
1905-06St. Michaels Hall Celtic
1906-07Sligo Athletic
1907-08St. Michaels Hall Celtic
1908-09St. Michaels Hall Celtic
1909-10St. Michaels Hall Celtic
1910-11Clones Celtic
1911-12Royal Irish Fusiliers (Cavan)
1912-13Irvinestown Wanderers
1913-14N/A
1914-15N/A
1915-16N/A
1916-17N/A
1917-18N/A
1918-19N/A
1919-20Omagh Wanderers
1920-21Enniskillen Corinthians
1921-22Omagh Wanderers
1922-23Enniskillen Corinthians
1923-24Fermanagh Constabulary
1924-25Melvin United
1925-26Ballinamallard
1926-27Enniskillen Corinthians
1927-28Enniskillen Corinthians
1928-29Enniskillen Corinthians
1929-30Royal Inniskilling & Royal Irish Fusiliers
1930-31Enniskillen GNR
1931-32Omagh United Omagh Depot
1932-33Omagh Depot
1933-34Omagh Depot
1934-35Enniskillen Corinthians
1935-36Enniskillen Corinthians
1936-37Omagh Depot
1937-38
1938-39RUC Depot
1939-40RUC Depot
1940-418th Foresters
1941-42Enniskillen Corinthians
1942-43RAF
1943-44RAF Killadeas
1944-45RAF Killadeas
1945-46RAF
1946-47N/A
1947-48ITC (Omagh)
1948-49N/A
1949-50N/A
1950-51Fivemiletown United
1951-52Fivemiletown United
1952-53Enniskillen Corinthians
1953-54Enniskillen Corinthians
1954-55Enniskillen Rangers
1955-56Enniskillen Corinthians
1956-57Enniskillen Rangers
1957-58Ballinamallard
1958-59Enniskillen Rangers
1959-60Brookeborough
1960-61Brookeborough
1961-62Enniskillen Rangers
1962-63Enniskillen Rangers
1963-64Enniskillen Rangers
1964-65Enniskillen Rangers
1965-66Enniskillen Rangers
1966-67Omagh Celtic
1967-68Lisbellaw United
1968-69Lisbellaw United
1969-70Enniskillen Corinthians
1970-71Enniskillen Corinthians
1971-72Mourneview Celtic
1972-73Enniskillen Rangers
1973-74Kevlin United
1974-75Kevlin United
1975-76Lisbellaw United
1976-77Enniskillen Rangers
1977-78Lisbellaw United
1978-79Lisbellaw United
1979-80Lisbellaw United
1980-81Lisbellaw United
1981-82Enniskillen Rangers
1982-83Shelbourne
1983-84Shelbourne
1984-85Shelbourne
1985-86Victoria Bridge United
1986-87Irvinestown Wanderers
1987-88Enniskillen Rangers
1988-89Irvinestown Wanderers
1989-90Enniskillen Rangers
1990-91Enniskillen Rangers
1991-92Enniskillen Rangers *
1992-93Shelbourne
1993-94Dergview
1994-95Shelbourne
1995-96Dergview *
1996-97Dergview
1997-98Ballinamallard United Reserves
1998-99Enniskillen Rangers
1999-2000Dergview
2000-01Not Completed
2001-02Ballinamallard United Reserves
2002-03Shelbourne *
2003-04Lisnaskea United
2004-05Enniskillen Town United
2005-06Enniskillen Town United
2006-07Enniskillen Town United
2007-08Enniskillen Town United
2008-09Enniskillen Town United
2009-10Lisbellaw United
2010-11Lisbellaw United
2011-12Lisbellaw United
2012-13Enniskillen Town United
2013-14Strathroy Harps
2014-15Strathroy Harps
2015-16Lisbellaw United
2016-17Strathroy Harps
2017-18Enniskillen Rangers
2018-19Enniskillen Rangers
2019-20Tummery Athletic
2020-21Not Completed
[References: 2-3]

Note: * Won after Playoff.

Report

The Fermanagh and Western Football League (Soccer) played its first seasn in 1904-05, which was won by St. Michaels Hall Celtic who won five of the first six league titles. After a break from 2013-14 to 2018-19 due to World War I, Enniskillen Corinthians emerged as the next great team, winning five titles in the 1920s. They won two more in the 1930s with Omagh Depot three times winners during the decade. RAF teams won five Championships during World War II, but then when things went back to normal, Fivemiletown United won twice to start off the 1950s, then Enniskillen Corinthians won three times in four years, vying for the title with Enniskille Rangers who won three in five years.

In the 1960s Enniskillen Rangers took over as the dominant club, winning five in a row from 1961-62 to 1965-66. Lisbellaw United won twice and the Enniskillen Corinthians twice to finish off the decade. The 1970s saw a Lisbellaw United win five times in six yearsfrom 1975-76 to 1980-81. Shelbourne then won three in a row before Irvinestown Wanderers (twice) and Enniskillen Rangers (four times) decided the Championshp between themselves from 1984-85 to 1991-92. Then for the next five years it was Shelbourne (twice) and Dergview (three times Champions).

Ballinamallard United Reserves won twice either side of the Millennium, and Enniskillen Town United won five in a row from 2004-05 to 2008-09, the first team since Enniskillen Rangers in 1965-66 to achieve that feat. Lisbellaw United won three in a row immediately following that, and Strathroy Harps then won three times in four years. Enniskillen Rangers won two times in the late 2010s, before Tummery Athletic put a new name on the winners roll in 2019-20. The season was not completed in 2020-21.

References

Logos

[1] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2017) logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logo.jpg [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Websites

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Winners – Division 1 [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/content_page/10017184/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

[2] Fermanagh & Western Football League (2021) League Table Division 1 – Mercer League [Internet] Available from: http://www.fermanaghandwestern.com/league/154385/ [Accessed 19 February 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Conor Connolly-Mulcahy, Dara Connolly-Mulcahy & Aodhan Connolly-Mulcahy.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 19 February 2021

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2021

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.

Mid Ulster Football League Intermediate A 2010-2020

Mid UlsterFootball League Logo [Reference: 1]

MUFL Intermediate A 2010-11

MUFL Intermediate A 2010-11PWDLFAPts
Tandragee Rovers (C)201631471651
Markethill Swifts201163543539
Fivemiletown United201136603536
Dollingstown201002351430
Lower Maze208110394625
Seapatrick207211244023
Crewe United206310313421
Bourneview Mill20639343921
Laurelvale205210143817
Blackers Mill202610173712
AFC Craigavon (R)203313204112
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2011-12

MUFL Intermediate A 2011-12PWDLFAPts
Camlough Rovers (C)221912872858
Tandragee Rovers221741551955
Dollingstown221651871853
Lisanally Rangers221156503938
Fivemiletown United221228414638
Crewe United229310324530
Blackers Mill227213385423
Lower Maze227213315223
Markethill Swifts226313405321
Seapatrick226313395721
Laurelvale (R)223415316913
Bourneview Mill (R)22121918695
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2012-13

MUFL Intermediate A 2012-13PWDLFAPts
Dollingstown (C)221822742256
Tandragee Rovers221705702751
Camlough Rovers221534492548
Crewe United221228504538
Banbridge Rovers2210111405131
Broomhill229310486030
Seapatrick227411395125
Fivemiletown United227213414923
Markethill Swifts226511376123
Lower Maze226412565922
Lisanally Rangers226412435622
Blackers Mill (R)222416266710
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2013-14

MUFL Intermediate A 2013-14PWDLFAPts
Dollingstown (C)2420221012262
Tandragee Rovers241752785056
Ballymacash Rangers241734553154
Broomhill241338684942
Camlough Rovers241329694741
Fivemiletown United2412210605738
Lower Maze2411211766035
Banbridge Rovers248511545429
AFC Craigavon249213426229
Crewe United246711436325
Lisanally Rangers (R)245316457818
Seapatrick243316247512
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2014-15

MUFL Intermediate A 2014-15PWDLFAPts
Tandragee Rovers (C)221633582351
Ballymacash Rangers221444462746
Fivemiletown United221444533746
Camlough Rovers221335603142
Newry City AFC221318482240
Banbridge Rovers221147523837
Broomhill228311455827
St. Marys226412415422
AFC Craigavon226313245321
Lower Maze224414305516
Seapatrick224315216015
Crewe United223217326211
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2015-16

MUFL Intermediate A 2015-16PWDLFAPts
Newry City AFC (C)2622311012169
Valley Rangers261835964957
Hanover261754762856
St. Marys261538483348
Crewe United261286624244
Tandragee Rovers261349534043
Camlough Rovers2613310645342
Ballymacash Rangers269512515732
Banbidge Rangers269512465332
Broomhill269314547930
Fivemiletown United265714496622
Seapatrick265318299218
Lower Maze (R)265110569416
AFC Craigavon (R)262321179511
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2016-17

MUFL Intermediate A 2016-17PWDLFAPts
Dollingstown (C)241923632859
Valley Rangers241536833848
Windmill Stars241356603644
Fivemiletown United241356503444
Tandragee Rovers241347603643
Moneyslane241347553443
Banbridge Rovers241347624243
Hanover241239643939
Crewe United241239584039
St. Marys248115294525
Ballymacash Rangers245118236016
Camlough Rovers (R)242022271146
Seapatrick (R)240123211091
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2017-18

MUFL Intermediate A 2017-18PWDLFAPts
Dollingstown (C)241752722656
Banbridge Rangers241815572755
Crewe United241554593550
Hanover241536613348
Valley Rangers2413110493840
Windmill Stars241059493835
Moneyslane2410410424124
Fivemiletown United249312335630
Tandragee Rovers24699504427
Ballymacash Rangers246315405921
Richhill AFC246216385320
St. Marys244614316218
AFC Silverwood243110248310
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2018-19

MUFL Intermediate A 2018-19PWDLFAPts
Hanover (C)262042753064
Crewe United261826834356
Banbridge Rangers261574653052
Windmill Stars261547663049
Moneyslane261448603846
Valley Rangers2615110705246
Fivemiletown United261187604741
Richhill AFC2610412504934
Ballymacash Rangers268414395228
Bourneview Mill267514415326
Tandragee Rovers266713425225
Laurelvale267415455625
St. Marys (R)267316437224
AFC Silverwood (R)260125111481
[Reference: 2]

MUFL Intermediate A 2019-20

MUFL Intermediate A 2019-20PPtsGDProj. PProj. Pts
Banbridge Rovers (C)17422664
Ballymacash Rangers15312654
Crewe United17332650
Windmill Stars15262645
Oxford Sunnyside17292644
Rectory Rangers21322640
Moneyslane1624+72639
Valley Rangers1624+52639
Bourneview Mill19282638
Hanover17212632
Richhill AFC15172629
Tandragee Rovers19162622
Fivemiletown United15102617
Laurelvale2182610
[Reference: 2]

Legend: (C) Champions (R) Relegated to Intermediate B. 3 Pts Win, 1 Pt Draw 0 Pts Loss.

Note: 2019-20 season suspended due to Government Restrictions following the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. Projected Points (Proj. Pts) Determined the Final Positions.

Report

Dollingstown won the Mid Ulster Football League Intermediate A title four times in the 2010s (2012-13, 2013-14, 2016-17, and 2017-18). Tandragee Rovers won the title twice in that period (2010-11 and 2014-15), while the other four winners during the decade were Camlough Rovers (2011-12), Newry City AFC (2015-16), Hanover (2018-19) and Banbridge Rovers (2019-20).

Video (Dollingstown Promoted to Northern Ireland Football League)

[Reference: 3]

About

The Mid Ulster Football League is a Junior Adult Level Soccer League in the Mid Ulster District of Northern Ireland, taking in parts of Counties Tyrone, Armagh and Down. The Intermediate A is the Top Division within the Mid Ulster Football League and the Fourth Level in Northern Ireland.

, References

Images

[1] Mid Ulster Football League (2020) logo1 [Internet] Available from:  http://www.midulsterfootballleague.co.uk/img/logo1.png [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Websites

[2] Mid Ulster Football League (2020) Archive[Leagues] [Intermediate A][2010-11 to 2019-20] [Internet] Available from: http://www.midulsterfootballleague.co.uk/archive/leagues/intermediatea  [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Videos

[3] Belfast Telegraph Digital Breaking News 24/7 You Tube (2015) Video , May 23, 2018″” [Internet] Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dDm5IvHcOs [Accessed 28 December 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Rose McCabe.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 28 December 2020

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