It was a very busy weekend on the Roscommon Sports scene with action over four days and here is what happened:
Last update: Monday at 8pm
Roscommon’s Daire Feeley finished second overall in the Ballinrobe Three-Day Cycle. In the process he finished second in the Climbing Classification and fifth in the Sprint Classification.
The Hodson Bay Celtic Under 15 and Under 16 teams won the Midlands Cup Finals today in Tullamore
The Roscommon Minors enjoyed a comfortable 10-11 to 3-3 win over Leitrim in the Connacht B Final.
Roscommon overcame a late fightback from New York to book a place in the Connacht Senior Championship Quarter-Final. Read our report here
Catch up on all the week’s results here
Roscommon’s Daire Feeley holds the Yellow Jersey and a 22 second lead over John Hodge going into tomorrow’s concluding stage of the Ballinrobe Three-Day Cycle.
Creggs Under 17s suffered a 12-20 defeat to Corinthians in the Connacht League Final
Vincent Brooks reports on the weekend’s action from the Roscommon and District Football League.
Siobhan Tully defeated Linda Connolly 9-15, 15-7, 11-6 in the Ladies B Final at the National 40×20 Championships.
At the 40×20 Adult Nationals, Fiona Tully was defeated in her two group games and Rikki O’Gara was defeated in the Mens Open Quarter-Final.
It’s turning out to be a day to forget for Roscommon teams – the Intermediate Ladies have been defeated by Leitrim in the TG4 Connacht Championship on a scoreline of 2-12 to 4-12. They now await the outcome of Leitrim V Sligo to see if they progress.
Roscommon suffered a 1-12 to 2-14 defeat to Antrim in Round 2A of the Christy Ring Cup. Antrim go through to the Semi-Final and Roscommon will face either Down or Kildare in a Quarter-Final next Saturday.
Roscommon suffered a 2-9 to 3-11 defeat to Armagh in the Irish Daily Star National League Division 3 Final. Match Report here
Two goals from Lee McKillen and one from Aaron Calpin helped Boyle Celtic defeat Calry Bohs 3-0 to win the Great Southern Hotel Sligo-Leitrim Super League. They went the season unbeaten – drawing their first and winning the remaining 21 games.
There were five games in the Roscommon and District Football League and Cup last night:
The Herald RDFL Cup Quarter-Final
Moore Utd 1 Ballymoe FC 2
The Herald Premier Division
MD Town 4 Ballaghaderreen FC 3
Norio’s Takeaway Division 1
Kilkerrin Utd 0 Brazukas 2
Glen Celtic 3 Loughglynn Utd 2
Ballaghaderreen FC B 0 Rahara Rovers 2
Elsewhere, Athlone Town suffered a 2-1 defeat to Shelbourne in the Airtricity League First Division.
Minor Football League Division One Semi-Finals
Pádraig Pearses 2-11 St Brigid’s 2-9
St Dominics 4-14 St Faithleach’s 3-6
Minor Football League Division Two Semi-Final
Roscommon Gaels W/O Eire Óg -scr
Minor Football League Division Three Semi-Final
Oran 6-16 Western-Gaels 2-15
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