THE clubs and executive of the Ulster Senior League will vote on whether or not to retain summer football at the League’s Annual General Meeting which takes place this Monday night in the Mount Errigal Hotel.
THE Ulster Senior League secretary, Mark Duffy, has written to the Football Association of Ireland to request a one-week dispensation to the start of a ‘summer season’ in 2014 in advance of the League’s AGM next month.
SUMMER football looks set to be retained by the Ulster Senior League next season after a proposal for a return to winter football was deferred by the executive at an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the League at the Silver Tassie Hotel tonight.
A MOTION on the possible return to a winter season next Wednesday night is expected to become a debate about the very future of the Ulster Senior League.
Having seen off the challenge of their closest rivals in Donegal with a dramatic extra-time victory, Ulster Senior League champions Cockhill Celtic have been handed the toughest draw of the three remaining USL sides in Round 3 of the Intermediate Cup.
DRUMKEEN United and Cockhill Celtic are set for their third big game shootout in recent weeks after the Ulster Senior League’s top two sides were paired together in the second round of the FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup.
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KYLE Callan-McFadden captained the Republic of Ireland Under 19s on Thursday, but Paul Doolin’s side were beaten 2-1 in a friendly by Norway at the UCD Bowl.
LETTERKENNY lad Dale Gorman won his first cap for the Northern Ireland Under-19 team on Tuesday…