Sligo Senior Football League (Division 1)

Sligo Senior Football League (Division 1)

The Sligo Senior Football League is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association club league competition between the top Sligo clubs, operating in Division 1 of the league. The Senior League has been divided in two since 2004, with Division 1 comprising the leading eight sides, with the remainder in Division 1B, now known as Division 2.

Tubbercurry are the most successful club, having won on 9 occasions, the last in 1993. Eastern Harps won the 2008 title, defeating Tourlestrane in the final. The trophy presented to the winners is the John White Cup.

Read more about Sligo Senior Football League (Division 1):  Top Winners (Division 1/Division 1A), Roll of Honour (Division 1), Top Winners (Division 1B), Roll of Honour (Division 1B)

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