Roscommon Sports Round-up March 12th


Picture Credit: Matt Browne/Sportsfile


Congratulations to Boyle Celtic on their Penalty Shoot-out win over FAI Junior Cup Quarter Final over Carrick United. Pictured above is Kyle Suffin making the decisive save. Report here.

Elsewhere, Vincent Brooks rounds-up all the Roscommon and District Football League news here.

Gaelic Football

Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown booked their place in the All-Ireland Post Primary C Football Championship Final with a 2-10 to 1-10 win over St Augustines, Dungarvan on Saturday. They will face Muinebheag Vocational School Bagenalstown in the Final.

Meanwhile, an under-strength Roscommon Minor Football Team suffered a 0-10 to 2-13 defeat to Mayo in the Connacht League.

Catch up on all the weekend’s Roscommon GAA Results here.


A depleted Roscommon Senior Team were well beaten by Derry. Read Robert McConn’s report here.


The County Minor Camogie Team defeated Carlow by 4-7 to 1-5 in the All-Ireland C Championship on Saturday. Report here.

The County Junior Team was defeated by Kerry on a score line of 2-7 to 0-8.

Ladies Football

Michael Glaveys and Roscommon player Joanne Cregg was part of the University Of Limerick team who won the O’Connor Cup and clubmate Rona Burke played with UCD as they captured the Moynihan Cup. Kilbride’s Rochelle Mullaney was named “Player of the Final” after helping GMIT win the Lagan Cup. Éire Óg’s Rebecca Finan was on the DCU 2 team which won the Giles Cup.


Buccaneers RFC suffered a 12-13 defeat to UCC in the Ulster Bank League Division 1B. They still remain on top of the table. Report here.


Mixed fortunes for local Handball players in Connacht Semi-Finals. Aengus Cunningham rounds-up all the action here.