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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 can make experience count in Connacht final

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Reigning provincial and All-Ireland club champions St Brigid’s will be more than comfortable in their surrounds when they take on Mayo champions Castlebar in the Connacht club football final in Dr Hyde Park this Sunday at 2pm. The Kiltoom men are bidding for a remarkable four-in-a-row of provincial titles but will get nothing easy from the men from Castlebar who caused a major surprise by accounting for a fancied Corofin in their semi-final.

St Brigid’s stroll to fourth Connacht final in a row

St Mary’s 1-05

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.

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.

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

Connacht senior club final

Salthill to ask tough questions of St Brigid’s

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Connacht club semi-final (Salthill Sunday 2.30pm)

St Brigid’s in search of Connacht final spot

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Connacht Club SFC semi-final (Markievicz Park, Sunday, 2.30pm)

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.

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