Teenage disaffection and squash victors: 1980

Three Waterside teenagers - Pamela Robb, Diane Coates and Tracey Donaghy, featured on the front page of the Sentinel, after launching a petition calling for more entertainment for young people in Londonderry.
Three Waterside teenagers - Pamela Robb, Diane Coates and Tracey Donaghy, featured on the front page of the Sentinel, after launching a petition calling for more entertainment for young people in Londonderry.

Top: In 1980 three Waterside teenagers - Pamela Robb, Diane Coates and Tracey Donaghy, featured on the front page of the Sentinel, after launching a petition calling for more entertainment for young people in Londonderry.

Bottom: City of Derry Ladies Squash team with perpetual trophy they won in the Winter League competition. From left, back row: Barbara mcManus, Alison Evans, Bernadette Murray and Kathleen McVeigh. Front: Deirdre Ferry, Ann O’Neill (captain) and Paula Haserld, February 6, 1980.

City of Derry Ladies Squash team with perpetual trophy they won in the Winter League competition. From left, back row: Barbara mcManus, Alison Evans, Bernadette Murray and Kathleen McVeigh. Front: Deirdre Ferry, Ann O'Neill (captain) and Paula Haserld, February 6, 1980.

City of Derry Ladies Squash team with perpetual trophy they won in the Winter League competition. From left, back row: Barbara mcManus, Alison Evans, Bernadette Murray and Kathleen McVeigh. Front: Deirdre Ferry, Ann O'Neill (captain) and Paula Haserld, February 6, 1980.

Junior McBrine of Donemana Cricket Club, getting some expert advice from (kneeling) Alfie Linehan, Irish International cricketer, and Ian Johnston, Irish International, when they paid a visit to Templemore Sports Complex. Also pictured are other local cricketers and officials. April 16, 1980.

Junior McBrine of Donemana Cricket Club, getting some expert advice from (kneeling) Alfie Linehan, Irish International cricketer, and Ian Johnston, Irish International, when they paid a visit to Templemore Sports Complex. Also pictured are other local cricketers and officials. April 16, 1980.

1st Glendermott Boys Brigade Knockout team who came fourth in the Northern Ireland competition, in which 14 other companies took part. 1st Glendermott take great pride in showing off their new track suits, which were supplied by Desmond and Sons, Drumahoe. Included front from left: Alan Keys, Leslie Bryson and Alasdair Laird. Back row: Ruth Snodgrass, Officer in charge, Paul Stevenson, Robert Snodgrass, David Hunter and George Walker.

1st Glendermott Boys Brigade Knockout team who came fourth in the Northern Ireland competition, in which 14 other companies took part. 1st Glendermott take great pride in showing off their new track suits, which were supplied by Desmond and Sons, Drumahoe. Included front from left: Alan Keys, Leslie Bryson and Alasdair Laird. Back row: Ruth Snodgrass, Officer in charge, Paul Stevenson, Robert Snodgrass, David Hunter and George Walker.