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Hogan Park, Moate, is the place to be this Saturday evening at 6.30pm as Athlone and Garrycastle lock horns for the right to progress to the last four. Garrycastle, the reigning champions, will not want to relinquish their title easily, least of all to their neighbours Athlone.
A huge crowd is expected in Johnstown this Sunday evening at 6pm as the home side take on neighbours St Brigid’s in the quarter-final of the Roscommon SFC. The two big guns of South Roscommon football will battle it out for a place in the last four.
Football followers in south Roscommon are set for a mouth-watering quarter-final clash between neighbours Clann na nGael and St Brigid’s in two weeks time. The two big guns are sure to draw the crowds when they go toe to toe for the right to progress to a semi-final.
With the final round of group games in this year’s Shay Murtagh SFC down for decision this weekend there are a host of intriguing contests on the cards. Come Sunday evening the line-up for this year’s knock-out stages will be sorted out.
The seventh annual Golfing for Autism will take place on Friday July 23 in Esker Hills Golf Club, Ballinamere, Co Offaly.
Championship football often throws up its fair share of surprises but there were no major shocks to report after round one of the Shay Murtagh senior football championship. Athlone’s three point win over last year’s beaten finalists will have taken some by surprise but would hardly register as a shock. St Malachy’s came very close to pulling off a major upset over hot favourites Mullingar Shamrocks, losing out by a single point. Tubberclare marked their return to senior ranks with a one point win over Killucan while Castledaly and the Downs played out a draw. Meanwhile reigning champions Garrycastle got their title defence off to a winning start with three points to spare over Tyrrellspass.
Clara native Pat Flanagan (49) was named as the interim manager of the Westmeath senior football team after a meeting of the county board in Cusack Park on Wednesday April 21.
Pat Flanagan has been appointed interim Westmeath manager following Brendan Hackett’s resignation last weekend. The Clara native will take charge until the end of this year when the position of manager will then be reviewed. The county board were quick to act to fill the void given that we are only weeks away from our opening championship game.