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St Brigid's and Pearses pitted together in Roscommon SFC Draw

Tuesday, 25th February, 2014 11:46am
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St Brigid's and Pearses pitted together in Roscommon SFC Draw
St Brigid's and Pearses pitted together in Roscommon SFC Draw

The draws for the 2014 Roscommon Club Championships took place in Hannon’s Hotel, Roscommon recently and there are some interesting ties in store. St Brigid’s are driving for five Senior Football titles in a row and Four Roads are after a magnificent seven in hurling.

The draw pits near neighbours St Brigid’s and Padraig Pearses - who met in the 2012 county final - which St Brigid’s won along the way to winning the 2013 All-Ireland Club SFC title.

The draws in full are as follows:
Senior Football Championship
Group A: Clann na nGael; Kilmore; Castlerea St Kevin’s; Roscommon Gaels.
Group B: St Brigid’s; Boyle; Elphin; Padraig Pearses.
Group C: Western Gaels; St Faithleach’s; Strokestown; St Aidan’s.
Intermediate Football Championship
Group A: St Michael’s; Éire Óg; Clann na nGael B, St Dominic’s.
Group B: Tulsk Lord Edwards; St Ronan’s; St Barry’s; St Croan’s.
Group C: Kilbride; Kilglass Gaels; Oran; Fuerty.
Junior A Football Championship
Group A: Shannon Gaels; St Croan’s B; Clann na nGael C; Creggs.
Group B: Michael Glaveys; St Michael’s B; Padraig Pearses B; Roscommon Gaels B.
Group C: St Brigid’s B; St Joseph’s; Western Gaels B; Elphin B.
Group D: Strokestown B; Castlerea St Kevin’s B; Ballinameen.

Senior Hurling Championship
Group A: Four Roads; Athleague; St Dominic’s; Roscommon Gaels.
Group B: Oran; Padraig Pearses; Tremane.
The draws for the Junior B Football Championships will be held at a later date.

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