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Brigid’s make it four in a row

Roscommon SFC Final

Irish marching band finals for Kiltoom

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St Brigid’s GAA club in South Roscommon is the venue for this year’s marching band finals which will be held on Saturday September 14 starting at 1.30pm.

Councillors seek review of psychiatric unit closure

The proposed closure of the acute psychiatric unit at St Brigid’s Hospital, Ballinasloe is to be raised by Roscommon councillors at the upcoming meeting of Roscommon County Council.

Wins for Clan and Brigid’s sets up mouth-watering semi-final

Clann na nGael’s winning run continued in The Hyde last Saturday evening when they had five points to spare over Elphin.

St Brigid’s begin defence of title

Reigning county and all-Ireland club champions St Brigid’s begin the defence of their titles as the Roscommon senior football championship kicks off this weekend. The Saints have home advantage when they meet Western Gaels in Kiltoom on Saturday evening at 7pm. Naturally Brigid’s will be hot favourites to retain their title, but with Frankie Dolan and Cathal McHugh amongst others who will not feature in the opening round I expect Western Gaels to push them close.

Frankie’s late delivery seals historic all-Ireland title for St Brigid’s

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St Brigid’s 2-11

Saints primed to Cross semi-final hurdle

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If at first you don’t succeed, try and try and try again. The footballers of St Brigid’s have enjoyed quite a bit of success over the past decade. Yet the holy grail of winning a club All-Ireland has thus far eluded them.

Brigit’s Day celebrations at Brigit’s Garden

Brigit’s Garden in Roscahill, Co. Galway, are holding a family event to celebrate St Brigit’s Day this Sunday, February 3 from 2-5.30pm.

Powerful second half performance secures Connacht treble for St Brigid’s

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A hugely impressive second-half performance to which Ballaghadereen simply had no answer, saw Roscommon champions St Brigid’s secure the Connacht title for the third year running.

McStay and McHale are doing a great job

I sent a brief text to Liam McHale and Kevin McStay last Sunday evening congratulating them on guiding St Brigid’s of Roscommon to a Connacht title. These two lads were brought in by the Roscommon club to launch a serious bid for All-Ireland, an honour which, understandably, placed and places them under huge pressure. Had they not managed to at least achieve a provincial title, they would have been perceived as failures. On the evidence of last Sunday, I believe they have a fantastic chance of going all the way with this team.


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