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Ground: School Field, Muff

Secretary: Teresa Gill Ardmore Muff Tel 00447710837245

Email address :        teresagill@hotmail.com or stoneedgeconstruction@yahoo.com

First Team Manager: Sean Paul Mc Cabe 00447814546197 seaniemccabe@hotmail.co.uk

Other Contacts: Brian Rutherford 086-8632959: Shaun Gallagher Tel 086-8371204

 

First Team Colours: Navy Tops: Navy Shorts: Navy Socks.

Second Strip: Blue/White Tops: Navy Shorts: White Socks.

 

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History: Quigleys Point Swifts were founded in 1970 by Donal Murray. The team comprised of locals from the surrounding Iskaheen and Muff areas. Starting with one senior mens team they enjoyed great success in the local Inishowen League and later on in the FAI Junior Cup. In 1985 they then joined the Derry & District League (D&D). In successive seasons they won Division 4, 3, and 2, collecting the McAlinden Cup on the way. Two years later the team won the Division title and the coveted Bull Park Sevens against a team which contained senior league players. QPS made a clean sweep of trophies in Inishowen on 2 successive seasons winning the top cups, The Carthill cup, The McIvor cup and the League Championship. The club also won the League Championship on six out of seven seasons going undefeated on 2 of them. QPS won the Carn cup in two successive seasons. The Anti-Fire Ulster cup when they defeated a strong Letterkenny Rovers side 3-1 on St Patricks Day 1980 at Maginn Park. They were beaten Semi Finalists in the Buncranna open cup, defeated 2-1 by old rivals Fanad Utd. QPS had 4 very successful seasons in the entering the 4 division and moving up to the 1st Division undefeated in the League and winning the Bishops Cup defeating the very successful Foyle Harps 2-1 on Easter Monday. They also won the prestigious Bull Park Sevens 1,000 Competition defeating Clifton Villa in the final 7-6 after being beaten a few years previously by Celtic Swifts.

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Important Notice Change’s to ITC

For your information:

Please take note of the following from the FAI ITC ADMINISTRATION TEAM

FIFA has changed the administrative process around the application for and the granting of ITCs.

As and from 1st July 2020, the following procedure will apply:

  1. Clubs must firstly file an application for the player’s registration on FAInet.
  2. Then the Club Secretary must make an application for the ITC by completing the online application form which can be found at
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