Ulster Senior Football

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History - Current Ilford F.C.
... was formed in 1987 and first played senior football in the Spartan League in the 1988–89 season ... In 1996 the club resurfaced in the Essex Senior League, where they played until 2004 when a second-place finish was enough to gain them entry to the Isthmian ... Due to a realignment of the English football league system they were placed in the Southern League Eastern Division for the 2005–06 season, but after further realignment found themselves ...
Monaghan GAA - Gaelic Football - History - Ulster Senior Football Championship
... Pairc Esler in Newry was the venue for Monaghan's first game of the Ulster championship where they faced a Down team who had disposed of Cavan in the preliminary round after a ... The final set for July 15 in the home of Ulster football that is Clones was between Monaghan and Tyrone, ironically the same pairing as 1988 when Monaghan recorded ... fingers in the hope this talented lad would get his chance to play in an Ulster senior football final- an arena he deserved to be part of ...
Ulster Senior Football Championship 2008
... The 2008 Ulster Senior Football Championship was the 120th installment of the annual Ulster Senior Football Championship held under the auspices of the Ulster GAA ... top scorer, hitting 1-17 in Armagh's run to victory in Ulster ... Although defeated after a replay by Down in the first round of the Ulster Championship, Tyrone emerged as victors in the 2008 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, beating Kerry in the ...

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