Quigley the new Sheriff in town

by Gazette Reporter
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Sheriff YC have appointed Mark Quigley as their new AUL Premier A first team manager for the 2018/19 season.

Quigley has been involved with Sheriff throughout his career, having begun his schoolboy football at the club and last season playing with the senior team.

He comes into the role with a serious pedigree having played with Millwall and is a former League of Ireland winner with Sligo and player of the year.

He will lead a Sheriff club who have been the dominant force in the AUL over the decade and while they relinquished their hold on the Premier A crown, they had another fine season.

In total, they played 45 games, scoring 130 goals and took home three cups in the form of the Leinster Junior Cup, First Ireland Challenge Cup and the Tom Hand Cup. Keith Rickard took home the golden booth with a remarkable 30 goals in his first season.

Their Premier B team won the league, going the whole season unbeaten and setting a new standard, scoring over 106 goals in 31 games. Lee Doody taking home the golden boot with 22 goals for the team.

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