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Galway now await Roscommon after Leitrim dispatched

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Roscommon set up a July 9 Connacht SFC final against Galway after defeating Leitrim at Dr Hyde Park last Sunday.

Fresh faces in for Roscommon ahead of Connacht semi-final

Roscommon manager Kevin McStay has named three championship debutants in his team for Sunday’s Connacht semi-final against Leitrim at Dr Hyde Park, throw-in 3.30pm.

McStay and Roscommon need a win

A bumper crowd is expected at Elverys MacHale Park for Saturday evening’s Allianz Football League Division One clash between Mayo and Roscommon.

McStay remaining upbeat despite loss

Despite suffering a 0-16 to 2-9 Allianz Football League defeat to Donegal, Roscommon manager Kevin McStay was happy with aspects of his team’s display at Dr Hyde Park.

Roscommon look to get back to winning ways against Donegal

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Roscommon make a welcome return to Dr Hyde Park on Sunday for a crunch Allianz Football League Division One clash against Donegal.

Roscommon looking for a winning start against Tyrone

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A demanding trip to Healy Park for a clash with Tyrone is first on the Allianz Football League Division One agenda for Roscommon this Sunday.

Moran seals miracle ending for Mayo

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It’s a long way from the business end of the year, but the determination shown by Mayo to dig out what looked like an impossible victory as the game moved towards the end of normal time and they trailed by five points is something that will warm the spirits of the Mayo faithful ahead of their league opener against Monaghan in a fortnights time.

Warm welcome in store for Mayo in Kiltoom

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It may still only be January, but the meeting of Mayo and Roscommon at any stage of the season is always an encounter to look forward to, and on Sunday Mayo will make the long trek to Kiltoom to take on their neighbours in the final round of the FBD League.

Return of inter-county action sees packed January schedule

A busy January beckons for Westmeath footballers and hurlers, who return to inter-county action at the weekend.

Dillon never lost faith in what he can bring to the table

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Time comes up against every man at some stage, for Alan Dillon who turns 34 this September it is catching up on his inter-county career a lot quicker than he would like. The Ballintubber play-maker had been a mainstay of Mayo sides going back to his championship debut as a 19-year-old back in 2003 against Sligo. But last year he found himself kicking his heels on the bench and not getting much game time at all, something that he was not used to, but he always had faith in his ability to do a job for the team. "I suppose last year was disappointing. I was competing in training, I don't want to dwell too long on it, it was one of those years that you more or less write off. But I always had belief in what I was doing. I was performing and putting pressure on the As in training," he told the Mayo Advertiser this week.

 

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