Monday, August 12, 2019

The fellowship has been broken, and the battle lines are drawn. Throughout the summer, Roscommon has united behind Anthony Cunningham’s troops, both in their successful Connacht championship campaign and in their return to Super 8s football.

But all that togetherness is ancient history now as 28 tribes go their separate ways, preparing to do battle for the most valued silverware in the county. This is that most magical time of the season, when anything is possible, when reality hasn’t yet hit home.

Pick up a copy of this week’s Roscommon Herald where all 24 teams in the race for the Fahey Cup and Jamesie Murray Cup are profiled by Kevin Egan…

 

Western Gaels, Boyle, Clann na nGael and Padraig Pearses is the most competitive grouping of this season’s senior football championship. Picture: Courtesy of Roscommon GAA

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