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- Honours
2006
Mid Ulster Intermediate League A runners-up
 
2004
Mid Ulster Intermediate League B runners-up
 
2004
Alan Wilson Cup Winners
 
2002
Alan Wilson Cup Winners
 
Profile
 
Over the past 5 years the club has enjoyed their most successful period in their history. In 2002, Killymoon won their first major trophy when they defeated Seapatrick in the final of the Alan Wilson Cup.
 
In 2004 the club repeated that success. For the first time in their history achieved promotion to the top level of intermediate football in Mid Ulster.
 
In 2005, Killymoon Rangers finished an excellent second place in the top flight. Our reserve team won their respective to gain promotion. The club’s manager, Rodney Montgomery stepped down. Mark and Michael Wilson took over the reins.
 
For the first time in the Club's history, our Second team won Reserve Division Two to gain promotion to Division One and reached their first ever final, losing to Tandragee Rovers in the Mid-Ulster Reserve Cup.
 
Killymoon Rangers work closely with Cookstown District Council and currently play their home fixtures at the excellent facilities at the Mid-Ulster Sports Arena on the Third Generation artificial pitch. The Reserves will continue to play at Beechway, Old Coagh Road Cookstown and the Fairhill. more
 
 

We also have a close relationship with Cookstown Youth Football Club, with many young players going on to play for the Killymoon Firsts and Seconds.





 
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