Limerick Desmond League

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Limerick Desmond League
Country  Ireland
Founded 1955
Divisions 10
Number of teams 10
Relegation to LDL First
Domestic cup(s) Munster Senior Cup
Current champions Broadford Utd
(2013-2014)
Website [1]

The Limerick Desmond League (currently Limerick Desmond Premier League) exist since January 1955, is an amateur association football league covering the part of County Limerick west of the N20. The clubs who attended this meeting to establish the league were - A.F.C. Askeaton, Killonan F.C., Newcastle West F.C. and Tralee Dynamos F.C.. The latter left following the formation of the Kerry District League in 1971.

Membership of the Limerick Desmond Premier League, season 2014-2015[edit]

National Cup Competitions[edit]

The FAI Junior Cup is one of many competitions in Ireland and many teams from the Limerick Desmond League are playing in this event to win this historic trophy.[1]

References[edit]


External links[edit]