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The senior football team won an All-Ireland Senior Football Championship in 1993, and has also won six National League titles and seven Ulster Championships.
The local Catholic Church's opposition to playing games on Sundays hampered growth in the 1890s, but there was something of a revival in the 1900s, especially in hurling.
In 1958, the county won its first ever Ulster Senior Football Championship and caused a massive shock in that year's All-Ireland semi-final, beating Kerry thanks to a Sean O'Connell goal three minutes from the end.
In the final, Derry scored a goal ten minutes into the second half through Owen Gribben, but Dublin secured victory with Paddy Farnan and Johnny Joyce goals.
Hurling games are also held at Lavey or Fr Mc Nally Park, Banagher.
The current senior football manager is Brian Mc Iver of Balinderry, while Ger Rogan has been appointed Derry senior hurling manager for the incoming season.
A Derry county board was established in 1888 and paid affiliation fees to the GAA Central Council.