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Casey’s Call

It is 11 am, Wednesday morning, May 6, and I am just in the door from my five night New York adventure.

Controversy galore as St Brigid’s relinquish provincial and All-Ireland titles

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Castlebar Mitchell’s (aet) 3-13

St Brigid’s ready to deliver on the biggest stage of all

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The waiting is nearly over and the final pieces of the jigsaw are now in place as St Brigid’s ready themselves for a titanic All-Ireland Club Football Final showdown with Dublin and Leinster club champions Ballymun Kickhams on St Patrick’s Day.

St Brigid’s primed to complete three-in-a-row in Connacht

Connacht senior club final

Salthill/Knocknacarra well beaten by St Brigid's

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Sometimes teams never really get into the groove and always look likely to be beaten and, unfortunately for Salthill/Knocknacarra, Sunday was one of those occasions.

Lá Fhéile Bríde - history beckons for St Brigid’s

Last one out turn off the lights. There won’t be a sinner to be found in the environs of Kiltoom and Cam come Thursday afternoon as all roads lead to Croke Park where the men of St Brigid’s face the mighty CrossmaglenRangers in the All-Ireland club final.

St Brigid’s top the poll against fancied Nemo Rangers

Much of the attention last Saturday was focused on count centres from Keenagh to The Hyde Centre and many more up and down the country as results of the General Election began to unfold. Yet not even the election of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan could have equalled the high experienced by all connected with St Brigid’s at the sound of Eddie Kinsella’s final whistle at the end of this epic All-Ireland Club Championship semi-final.

St Brigid’s capable of being crowned kings of Connacht

St Brigid’s v Killererin ( Tuam, Sunday 2pm)

St Brigid’s hoping to clear final hurdle

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These are busy times for all dyed-in-the wool supporters of the green and red of St Brigid’s. Last weekend the ladies team had little difficulty in capturing the senior county title at the expense of Kilglass Gaels. This weekend it’s the men’s turn to try and bring back the coveted Fahey Cup to the parish after a gap of two years. In a few weeks time the intermediate team will also contest their county final. All going well they will be hoping to complete a memorable and surely unique treble for the famous south Roscommon club.

Roscommon round-up

St. Brigid’s and Elphin to contest decider

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