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All-Ireland intermediate final replay (Croke Park, Sunday 4.15pm)
Followers of ladies’ gaelic games have been treated to a feast of football in recent weeks, with three high quality All-Ireland finals played at Croke Park and a double header replay next Sunday at GAA headquarters.
Ladies All-Ireland intermediate final
They won easily on a score-line of 3-14 to 1-10 against Dublin, and fully deserved the large margin of their victory.
Roscommon’s hugely talented minor footballers face a difficult hurdle when they take on Tipperary in Croke Park on Sunday (1.30pm). The prize on offer is a place in this year’s All-Ireland decider against either Galway or Dublin.
Roscommon’s senior footballers didn’t fare too well against a rejuvenated Tyrone outfit in GAA headquarters last Saturday but such was the performance of the minor side in the curtain raiser that the large primrose and blue following still left with smiles on their faces. This is no ordinary minor team, and whether or not they go on to emulate the heroics of the 2006 side remains to be seen but one thing is for sure - the future of Roscommon football is secure if they can continue to churn out footballers of this quality.
All roads lead to Croke Park this Saturday if you are a primrose and blue supporter as both the minor and senior footballers are in action in GAA headquarters. The hugely talented minor side take on Armagh in the All-Ireland quarter-final at 2pm. Having won the Connacht title in decisive fashion against Galway, confidence is high that they can go at least a step or two further.
Hopes of a first ever AIB All-Ireland club hurling success for O’Loughlin Gaels were dashed yesterday afternoon when a powerful second half revival by Galway side Clarenbridge brought the title west.
O'Loughlin Gaels quest to bag their first AIB All-Ireland Club SHC title ended in tatters as Clarinbridge staged a powerful second half display at Croke Park yesterday.