Roscommon’s Enda Smith holds off Joshua Hayes of Cavan in the last round of qualifiers. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

Roscommon v Armagh (Dr Hyde Park, Saturday 5pm): The throatiest cheers outside of Armagh last Sunday would have been heard in Roscommon, free at last(...)

SATURDAY Round 3A Sligo v Limerick Markievicz Park, 4pm Hard to see a kick inside either team but the qualifiers can mould a panel into contenders. It(...)

Mayo’s Aidan O’Shea and Seamus O’Shea lose out to Roscommon’s Cathal Shine in Sunday’s Connacht football championship semi-final at Dr Hyde Park.

I was watching the Mayo players on Sunday with full sympathy for the situation they found themselves in. When your year is all about winning the All-I(...)

Roscommon’s Donie Shine leaves the field injured after the Connacht SFC semi-final defeat to Mayo at Dr Hyde Park. The forward suffered a ruptured posterior cruciate ligament in the game.   Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The list of cruciate ligament injury victims continues with confirmation that star Roscommon forward Donie Shine will miss the rest of the season.Shin(...)

Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor and Neil Collins of Roscommon in action during the Connacht SFC semi-final at Dr Hyde Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mayo 0-13 Roscommon 1-9: So Mayo eventually found a way past the proverbial blanket and bus – then survived the thunder and crashing of a Roscommon go(...)

Who’d be the Mayo manager, eh? James Horan spent the winter being told that he had no forwards and that his attacking approach needed overhauling. Th(...)

Roscommon’s Kevin Higgins tries to shrug off Leitrim’s Wayne McKeon

Happy the man who can get promotion wrapped up early and start knuckling down for the summer. Roscommon were done with Division Three two games out an(...)

Roscommon managed to salvage an unlikely draw deep into stoppage time to deny IT Sligo victory in Kiltoom. Points from Mark McHugh and Evan Regan had (...)

London’s Pádraig McGoldrick on the way to scoring the only goal of the game against Leitrim at Ruislip last year. The visitors prevailed in the end 0-12 to 1-8. Photograph: Gerry McManus/Inpho

Listen in to the hit parade of London’s near misses in the Connacht Championship down the years and you generally find the same song, just with multip(...)