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Since the 2013/14 season the opening game of the DAWFL has been the Dennis S. Nash Charity Shield final, which features the winners of the previous season’s Premiership and Sittlington Cup.To date Greenwell Star is the only name to feature on the Shield, however this will change with this season’s final featuring Comber Young Men (Premiership Winners) and Newtownards Royal British Legion (Sittlington Cup winners).All profits from the final are donated to the charity of Dennis Nash&..


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World Cup Qualifier

Northern Ireland V Norway - 7.45pm @ Windsor Park


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FRANK MOORE MEMORIAL CUP 2016/17 Semi-Final DrawMoat Park Rangers v Corrymeela or Castlereagh FC 82Bangor Rangers III or Bangor YM III v 43rd Dundonald


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DAWFL - New Clubs - 2017-18 season.As per details released in mid-August 2016 the DAWFL have exciting plans over the next number of seasons, which will see the number of Clubs competing in the league increase from the current 30 to 36.Details of the future plans are included in the link below, with Clubs interested in joining the league for the 2017/18 season reminded that they should register their interest with the League Secretary (info@dawfl.com) no later than the 31st January 2017.http://..


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Round 1Bangor Swifts III v CorrymeelaArds Rangers III v BrentwoodBangor Rangers III v Willowfield ParishAbbey Villa III v Moat Park RangersShorts III v  43rd DundonaldBallygowan v Castlereagh FCByesBangor YM IIIRavenhill YM IIIQuarter FinalsBangor Rangers III or Willowfield Parish v Bangor YM IIIAbbey Villa III or Moat Park Rangers v Ards Rangers III v BrentwoodShorts III or  43rd Dundonald v Ravenhill YM IIIBangor Swifts III or Corrymeela v Ballygowan v Castlereagh FC


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World Cup Qualifier

Northern Ireland v Germany @ 7.45 in Hanover, Germany


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As part of their ongoing commitment to the development and safety of their member Clubs, the DAWFL Committee recently presented each of their 52 teams with medical kits. Pictured handing over the kits to League Chairman Ian Frazer is Peter Cooke of TeamWear Ireland, the League’s official sports gear partner. This follows on from the workshop organised by the League at the start of the season, when UEFA Referee Andrew Davey met with the Clubs to outline the changes in the Laws of ..


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Charity Shield Presentation

The Down Area started the 2016-17 season with the traditional staging of the Dennis S. Nash Charity Shield Final, with Greenwell Star defeating Corrymeela. A cheque for £580 was handed over to the Ards Gateway leader Kay Trolan on behalf of the League.


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DAWFL - The Future Plans

With the 2016/17 DAWFL season underway, the League Committee are pleased to announce their plans which will see the number of Clubs competing in the league increase from the current 30 to 36 over the next couple of seasons.Explaining the plans in detail, League Treasurer Simon McCoy noted that at the end of the 2016/17 the two bottom Premiership clubs will continue to be relegated to Division 1, however in a change from the traditional two-up-two-down approach the top four clubs from Division 1 ..


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Did you know that you can now be off-side in your own half? Or that a ‘denial of an obvious goal-scoring opportunity’ offence committed in the penalty area may not always result in a red card?These are some of the things that DAWFL managers and secretaries learnt following a workshop hosted by the League Committee at Bangor Rugby Club on Monday 8thAugust 2016.The evening commenced with Regional Referee Development officer Andrew Davey walking through a presentation outlining the..


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