There’s lots happening on the Roscommon Sport scene this weekend and the following are just some of the highlights.
The Roscommon Under 21 Footballers take on Longford in the Hastings Cup at 8pm in tonight (Friday) at 8pm in McGann Park, Kenagh.
The first of this weekend’s Roscommon and District Football League action also gets under way tonight with Shiven Rovers B hosting Cam Celtic at 8pm. Check out all the fixtures here. The games are spread over three days.
Tomorrow, two Connacht Rugby teams are in action in the Sportground at 1pm and Dubarry Park at 2pm. There will be plenty of Roscommon players on show, check out the Team News here.
On Sunday Boyle Celtic are away to Ballina Town in the last 32 of the FAI Junior Cup. The game kicks off at 2pm and highlights will be broadcast on eir Sport next week.
Fresh from their comfortable win over IT Sligo the Roscommon Senior Footballers take on NUI Galway on Sunday at 2pm in Ballyforan.
Roscommon men Kevin Finn and John Donoghue are part of the visitors panel. Roscommon are expected to be without the likes of Cathal Compton, Thomas Corcoran and Henry Walsh who have been playing with their third level teams in recent weeks. Niall McInerney and Sean Mullooly played in UCD’s win over Dublin on Wednesday night and could remain with them for Sunday’s game. Ultan Harney and Enda Smith did not play in DCU’s defeat to Wexford and could possibly play for them on Sunday. Incidentally Shane Mannion and David Neary did play for DCU on Wednesday.
The Roscommon Intermediate Ladies Footballers are due to take on Clare in a challenge on Sunday at 2pm in the Clann na nGael Grounds, Johnstown.