Friday, October 08, 2021

 

After missing out last year because of Covid-19, the Connacht Club Football and Hurling Championships will return in November where the province’s county champions will endeavour to turn water into wine at provincial level.

In the Connacht Club Senior Football Championship, the winners of the Fahey Cup in Roscommon will play the winners of Galway or Leitrim in a provincial semi-final on Sunday, November 28th. The Connacht final will take place on January 8th/9th or January 15th/16th, 2022.

This year’s Roscommon intermediate football kingpins will meet the Sligo champions in their Connacht semi-final on November 27th/28th. Once again, the final is scheduled for January 8th/9th or January 15th/16th, 2022.

This year’s county junior champions are also straight through to the last four on November 27th/28th where they will play the Sligo or Leitrim winners, who meet in the quarter-final a week later. Like the other competitions, the final will take place in the New Year.

The winners of the Roscommon and Mayo Senior Hurling Championships will meet in the quarter-final of the Connacht Intermediate Hurling Championship in Athleague on the weekend of November 27th/28th. The winner of that game will face a trip to McGovern Park, Ruislip, to face the London champions a week later.

The final will be played against the Galway champions on the weekend of December 11th/12th in Athleague.

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