Karol Mannion is congratulated by a fan after St Brigid's overcame Crossmaglen Rangers in the All-Ireland semi-final
For the second time in three years, St Brigid's have reached the All-Ireland senior club football final.
On the way, the men from Kiltoom and Cam won their third Connacht title in a row. And in the All-Ireland semi-final, they had a famous victory over the mighty Crossmaglen Rangers, the All-Ireland champions of the past two years.
Now St Brigid's are preparing to face Ballymun Kickhams of Dublin in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park on St Patrick's Day.
Two years ago, St Brigid's narrowly missed out on the All-Ireland title. Now they hope to go one better and become the first Roscommon team to lift the Andy Merrigan Cup.
No doubt, St Brigid's bid for All-Ireland glory will be strongly backed by their club's loyal supporters - but Brigid's will also have plenty of support from sports fans in the greater Athlone area and the entire South Roscommon region.
As the leading newspaper in Athlone, we are marking St Brigid's presence in the All-Ireland final with a commemorative supplement. We hope that you will want to be part of our souvenir supplement.
This special supplement will be published in our edition for the week commencing March 11th. It will be an ideal opportunity for local businesses to reach out to our large readership audience and also to benefit from the goodwill of showing your support for this hugely successful St Brigid's team, who now stand on the brink of history.
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