| Micheal Mac Iomhair|
| Gaelic football|
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
| 2 March 1986 (age 29)
Ballinderry, County Londonderry,
Northern Ireland (1986-03-02) |
Michael "Lloyd" McIver (born 2 March 1986) is an Irish Gaelic footballer who plays for the Derry GAA, with whom he has won a National League title. McIver plays his club football for Ballinderry Shamrocks, and has won the Derry Senior Football Championship twice with the club.
For both club and county McIver usually plays in half back line, but has also played corner back.
Michael McIver Wikipedia
McIver represented Derry at Minor and Under 21 level. He was captain of the Under 21 side in 2007. He was first called up to the Derry Senior football panel during the 2007 Championship for cover, but didn't play in any games. He worked his way into the Derry team in the 2008 National League campaign.
He was part of the Derry team that won the 2008 National League where Derry beat Kerry in the final. His Championship debut came later in 2008 against Donegal who were ironically managed by his father Brian.
Notes:Under "Result", Derry scoreline is recorded first.
McIver won his first Derry Senior Football Championship in 2006. He won a second Derry Championship medal with Ballinderry in 2008. In both years the club also reached the final of the Ulster Senior Club Football Championship.National Football League:
Winner (1): 2008
Ulster Senior Club Football Championship:
Runner up: 2006, 2008
Ulster Senior Club Football League:
Winner (1): 2008
Derry Senior Football Championship:
Winner (2): 2006, 2008
Derry Senior Football League:
Winner (3/4): 2005?, 2006, 2007, 2008
Numerous underage competitions
Derry Under 21 captain: 2007