We have rounded up the main Roscommon Sport items from the weekend just for you, including Soccer, Handball, Gaelic Football and Rugby.
The Roscommon Senior Footballers proved too strong for NUI Galway. Check out our Match Report and interview with Conor Devaney here.
Roscommon had a number of players in O’Byrne Cup action over the weekend
– Henry Walsh scored 1-4, (1-0 pen, 0-3fs, 0-1 45) for Maynooth University in their defeat to Westmeath.
– Enda Smith scored a point for DCU in their win over UCD who featured Niall McInerney and a substitute appearance from Sean Mullooly.
– Thomas Corcoran was on the DIT side which defeated Wexford.
The County Under 21 Footballers were defeated by Longford in Hastings Cup on Friday night.
St Dominics Leiriu Group were the only local winners at the Connacht Scór na nÓg Finals in Claremorris.
Boyle Celtic qualified for the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup after defeating Ballina Town 4-1 on penalties after the game ended 3-3. Mick Corrigan, Aaron Calpin and Luka Roddy were the scorers in normal time.
Read Vincent Brooks’ round-up of the weekend’s Roscommon and District Football League action here.
Ladies Gaelic Football
The Roscommon Intermediate Team were defeated by a strong Clare side. Read Ollie Colgan’s Match Report here
A mixed weekend saw a comfortable win for Connacht in the Champions Cup but Roscommon’s Denis Buckley left the field injured after 25 minutes.
Jack Carty was today named as the Connacht Rugby Player of the Month for December.
There were defeats for the Connacht Eagles and the Carrick RFC Under 16s.
The 40×20 Roscommon Junior Handball Championships have reached the Final stages. Catch up on the results and more from the local scene here.