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Stephen Baxter (footballer) - Honours - As A Player
... Linfield Irish League (2) 1988–89, 1992–93 Gold Cup (3) 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90 Irish League Cup (1) 1991–92 Lisburn Distillery Gold Cup (1) 1993–94 Crusaders ...
Alan Dornan - Honours
... Linfield Irish League (5) 1985-86, 1986-87, 1988-89, 1992-93, 1993-94 Irish Cup (2) 1993-94, 1994–95 Irish League Cup (3) 1986-87, 1991–92, 1993–94 ...
History Of Derry City F.C. - Admission Into The League of Ireland, Instant Progress and Ensuing Success (1985–present)
... Having formerly played in the Irish Football League which, since 1922, covers only Northern Ireland and with the club's almost annual applications to re-join that league being rejected season ... once again for Derry City with an election to the League of Ireland's First Division in May 1985 ... rules did not permit Derry crossing the border to play in the league of another country ...
Jackie Coulter
... Jackie Coulter (1912, Whiteabbey – 1981) is a former Northern Irish footballer ... At Celtic Park he developed into one of the finest players in the Irish League, usually starring at inside-left or on the left-wing ... of the further City Cups, the Belfast Charities Cup and finally in 1933, the Irish League Championship ...
History Of Derry City F.C. - The Early Years in The Irish League (1929–49)
... On 7 September the Brandywell club gained their first league victory with a 3-2 win over Newry Town at the home of the County Down club. 5 October 1929 that the Brandywell faithful witnessed Derry's first league victory on home turf when Derry beat Cliftonville F.C ... to be an easy ride at any stage in the Irish League ...

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