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The DAWFL Chairman Ian Frazer is delighted to have teamed up with Inspire Business Centre, A1 Accounting and Hydro Ease for the 2019-20 season. In times of increasing costs for managing and providing local sport for over 35 Clubs within the Down Area any and all sponsorship is greatly appreciated. The DAWFL will help to promote the business and encourage it Clubs and their members to support them in any way possible.Inspire Business Centre Ltd.http://www.inspirebusinesscentre.co.uk/Supporting&..


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DOWN AREA WINTER FOOTBALL LEAGUE ROUND UPThe Down Area went goal crazy this week with 150 goals being scored in the 23 matches played, so with a high average of 6.5 goals per game, not to mention the usual near misses, there was plenty of goalmouth action to whet the appetite of those on the sidelines.Premier DivisionThe weekend started with three teams holding 100% records, so would those records still be intact by the end of the weekend! Clonduff had a free weekend, so it was up to the other ..


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DOWN AREA WINTER FOOTBALL LEAGUE ROUND UPWith an average of over 5 goals per game, the Down Area Winter Football League once again proved to be the place to be for goal mouth activity, with a number of hat-tricks being scored throughout the divisions.Premier DivisionThe Premier Division went goal crazy this weekend with 41 goals being scored from the 5 games played. The big match of the day saw reigning champions Greenwell Star, who started the season off on a real positive, up against fierce ..


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DOWN AREA WINTER FOOTBALL LEAGUE – ROUND UPIt doesn’t seem that long ago that I did my last report of the season, but this week saw the start of a brand new season and with 145 goals being scored in the 27 matches played, it started off with a bit of a bang, with 15 teams scoring 4 or more goals, so what a way to start the season.PremiershipWith managerial changes at the club and some players leaving to play amateur league football, the question on everyone’s minds was “..


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DAWFL Dennis S Nash Charity ShieldGreenwell Star 2 v 6 Comber Rec IIIIt was the Premiership Champions against the Frank Moore Cup winners in the annual Down Area Winter Football League’s season opening fixture, with Greenwell Star looking to claim the trophy for the 5th time and Comber Rec III looking to claim the trophy for the first time and become the 4th name on the trophy. The game also saw referee convenor, Jimmy Fegan, making a rare appearance on the sidelines as 4th official.Comber..


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The DAWFL season got under way on Friday 23rd August with the Dennis S Nash Charity Shield game. Greenwell Star lost 2-6 to Comber Rec III at Londonderry Park . The big winner on the night was the Charity with nearly £500 raised to support the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance and with some money sill to come in with hope to raise the total even higher for this very worthy cause.


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DAWFL Meeting dates 2019/20Tues 30th JulTues 27th AugTues 24th SepTues 22rd OctTues 26th NovTues 17th DecTues 28th JanTues 25th FebTues 24th MarTues 21st Apr (provisional)


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DAWFL New Secretary.

The Down Area Committee would like to welcome Kenny Dalglish Greenhill as their new League Secretary. Kenny has been involved with Portavogie and Linfield ladies at Club level and has assisted on the Ards and North Down Borough Council Sports Council and the Northern Amateur League committee. Kenny also continues to work with the IFA as a grass roots volunteer for the local area and is a Tudor for the Ahead of the game, mental health awareness workshops.  Kenny already has a good working ..


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New Clubs Admitted for 2019-20

The Down Area Winter Football League (DAWFL) Committee have reviewed the current structure of the league and have decided to admit new member(s) Donaghadee FC and Millisle FC in the 2019-20 season.


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Dear all,I hope you all enjoyed Christmas and the New Year.However while many of us enjoy time with friends and family so many people struggle through the festive period.Many people put on the Christmas mask. When everyone asks them how was Christmas they say what is expected. How many people say what they really feel; that they were lonely, depressed, suicidal? We need these people to cry out for help but we need more people who can see the signs.Unfortunately in Ireland we have an ever ..


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