Sligo Intermediate Football League Division 3 (ex Div. 2)

Sligo Intermediate Football League Division 3 (ex Div. 2)

The Sligo Football League is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association club league competition between the lower ranking Sligo clubs, operating in Division 3 of the league. Since its inception in 1979 up to 2003, it was regarded as Division 2 of the league. Since 2004 this has been altered, with a number of Intermediate teams playing in the higher Divisions (1A and 1B), and Division 2 itself was split in 2006, into Division 2A and Division 2B. The Divisions have been renamed for 2008, and are now Divisions 1 to 5.

Enniscrone are the most successful club, having won on 4 occasions, the last in 2004. St. Molaise Gaels, twice previous winners under their old incarnation as Grange/Cliffoney, won in 2008 after defeating St. John's in the final.

Read more about Sligo Intermediate Football League Division 3 (ex Div. 2):  Top Winners (Division 3, Ex Division 2), Roll of Honour

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