Roscommon manager John Evans has no significant injury concerns ahead of his side’s clash with London at Ruislip. Photograph: Tommy Greally/Inpho.

Connacht SFC Quarter-final London v Roscommon Ruislip, Sunday, 3.0 The eternal hike continues for London, who have had the usual turnover(...)

Some of the brothers on the Roscommon panel. (L-r front) Cathal and Finbar Cregg, Ian and Senan Kilbride, Diarmuid and Ciarán Murtagh. (Back) Enda and Donnie Smith, Ronan and Niall Daly, Photograph: Brian Farrell

John Evans keeps referring to what a close-knit bunch his young Roscommon panel are. But when you consider that 13 of his players have at least one br(...)

Roscommon’s Senan Kilbride and Leitrim’s Gary Reynolds. Kilbride believes that Connacht is perhaps at its strongest in several years.

The last thing they need reminding of right now is their championship odds: 150/1 to win the Connacht title; 2,000/1 to win the All-Ireland.Such is th(...)

John Evans with Dermot Deely of Philips Ireland after receiving the manager of the month award for April.

Roscommon football manager John Evans was on Monday named Philips Manager of the Month for April.Last month in Croke Park, Roscommon defeated Down by (...)

 Roscommon manager John Evans: “There were a few harsh words at half-time.” Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

For a man who had tamely lost a Division Two final, and harshly lost one of his key players, Jim McCorry was a picture of calmness. Instead, the only(...)

Dublin’s Ciarán Kilkenny is challenged by Cork’s  Eoin Cadogan  in yesterday’s Allianz National League Division One football final in Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

History-making has never seemed so routine. Dublin totted up a three-in-a-row of National Leagues for the first time, and needed no more energy to do (...)

Down’s Kevin McKernan is likely to play a sweeping role to provide cover for the defence given the quality of the opposition attack. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

This has been the most topsy-turvy division in the league with just two points separating the top four and the county that led in the early stages, We(...)

Roscommon’s Neil Collins fighting past Cavan challenges at Breffni Park. The defender is also fighting to make his mark in the fashion industry. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

If Neil Collins isn’t careful he might be accused of having a life outside of Gaelic football, and a bit of fun too. Either way an indentured slave h(...)

Cavan manager Terry Hyland with his charges. “At the end of the day it’s about winning league matches.” Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

There is a very real possibility that if Cavan return to Division One football this weekend, they will do so with just a single goal registered in th(...)

John Evans: “If we’re ambitious we’ve got to be looking at trying to win a Connacht title. That’s a must  . . ” Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

As usual Roscommon manager John Evans isn’t beating around the bush. His team may have been dark horses for promotion at the start of the year but th(...)