Derry GAA - Inter-county Football - Players - Notable Players

Notable Players

For details on former players, see List of Derry Gaelic footballers and Category:Derry Gaelic footballers.

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Player First Senior year Last Senior year Position Club
Paddy Bradley 1999 Present Full forward Glenullin
Joe Brolly 1990 2001 Right corner forward Dungiven
Eamonn Coleman 19xx 19xx Forward Ballymaguigan
Henry Downey 1988 2001 Centre half back Lavey
Enda Gormley 1985 2000? Left corner forward Glen
Seán Marty Lockhart 1995 2009 Corner back Banagher
Brian McGilligan 198x 1996 Midfield Dungiven
Tommy Gribben 1945 1958 Midfield Bellaghy
Anthony McGurk 19xx 19xx Back / forward Lavey
Jim McKeever 1948 1962 Midfield Ballymaguigan
Kieran McKeever 1988 2002 Right corner back Dungiven
Dermot McNicholl 1983 199x Half forward Glenullin
Mickey Moran 1970 1982 Forward / back Glen
Enda Muldoon 1997 Present Forward / midfield Ballinderry
Sean O'Connell 1957 197x Full forward Ballerin
Tony Scullion 1984 1996 Full back Ballinascreen
Anthony Tohill 1991 2003 Midfield Swatragh
Danny Quinn 1987 1996 Full back Bellaghy
Damian Cassidy 1984 1996 Left half forward Bellaghy
Fergal Doherty 2001 Present Midfield Bellaghy
Larry Diamond 1963 1978 Midfield Bellaghy

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