Clonmany Shamrocks F.C.
In the last decade alone Clonmany Shamrocks have had some very successful teams, their array of accolades is testimony to this. However throughout the 1990's there have been some individuals who have had personal success.
In 1990 Lee Davenport was selected by the Donegal Schools team to play in England, in a tournament organised by former Liverpool star Ian Rush.
Fergal Harkin took part in the Bobby Charlton School of Sports Skills in the early 90's. Fergal came second out of 1500 entries. Fergal success continued, he joined Enlish premiership side Leicester City, and appeared in their reserve side. He then returned to Ireland to play under Joe McGrath at Bohemians. Fergal later sealed a move to Finn Harps where he is enjoying a success ful career.
Another player to have achieved well at Clonmany Shamrocks was Michael Toland. He was selected for the Donegal schools who played in Scotland in April 1991. Michael later signed for the Longford team.
Star striker of the 1995 winning side, Brendan Devlin (Den) has won several top scorers awards for Shamrocks. Brendan has been playing for the Derry City reserve team for the past season and hopes to break into the first team for this season.
CJ Doherty, another integral member of the 1995 team achieved international honours in 1996 when he was selected to play for the Republic of Ireland Junior International Team in the Guiness Quadrangular Tournament in the Isle of Man. CJ answered this call up with two superb performances.