We look back on the action from the Roscommon Sport scene for the weekend including Cycling, Handball, Gaelic Games, Soccer, Camogie and Rugby.
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The Roscommon Under 16 Footballers won the Fr Manning Cup, Creggs are through to the Connacht Junior Final and both St Brigids and St Ciarans are in Minor Finals. Catch up on all the week’s results here.
Ballinameen native Dessie Carlos score five points (four from frees) for Castleknock in their Dublin Senior Football Final defeat.
Micheál Kelly collected his Christy Ring Cup Award at the All-Stars Banquet on Friday night.
The Roscommon and District Football League Team got their Oscar Traynor campaign underway with a win. Vincent Brooks looks back on that and all the Club activity from the past week here.
Cork City, managed by Lecarrow native John Caulfield, have won the FAI Cup Final defeating Dundalk 1-0 in Extra Time.
Buccaneers, featuring Roscommon’s Shane Leyden and Danny Qualter, defeated UL Bohemians 49-17 and sit joint top of the Ulster Bank League Division 1B. Report to follow.
The Ireland Under 18 Club side, featuring Roscommon’s Niall Murray and Danny Arnold, defeated Portugal 46-12.
Connacht were defeated by Dragons 16 – 21 but Jack Carty was in fine form again, kicking 3 Penalties and 1 Conversion.
Daire Feeley has signed for the Union Cycliste de Monaco Development Program for the 2017 season. The 19 year old had a very impressive 2016 season riding for Team iTap and Irish Under 23 teams and is ranked the 2nd highest ranked amateur rider in Ireland.
Union Cycliste de Monaco have been in contact to say that they will keep us updated on Daire’s progress.
Jennifer McCormack and Fiona Tully who won the All-Ireland Colleges 60×30 Doubles Handball title in Wexford on Saturday.
Kelley Hopkins received a Soaring Star Award at the Camogie All-Star Awards in the City West Hotel Dublin on Saturday night.
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