Saturday, 30 August 2014

Sporting Flashbacks with Seamus Duke

2003

Roscommon SFC quarter-finals: Strokestown 0-7 St Faithleachs 1-3; St Brigids 3-8 Kilmore 0-9; Padraig Pearses 2-10 Kilbride 1-13 

Roscommon SFC Losers Group: Clann na nGael 0-15 Roscommon Gaels 0-9; St Aidans 0-17 Shannon Gaels 0-7

Roscommon IFC: Ballinameen 0-6 St Dominics 0-6

New York GAA JFC quarter-final: Roscommon 1-13 Cavan 0-6

1998

Roscommon SFC: Kilmore 2-7 Strokestown 1-5; St Aidans 3-12 Shannon Gaels 3-8 

Division 3 U-14 FC Final: St Ronans 6-17 Kilglass Gaels 4-7 

Niall O’Donoghue, Boyle and Roscommon senior player joined the Dublin senior squad for training under manager Tommy Carr. 

In handball Roscommon won 2 All-Ireland medals. Stephen French of Lisacul won the Silver Masters B singles title while Mickey Walshe of St. Comans regained his Masters A singles title.

1993

Roscommon SFC (Mid-South final): Clann na nGael 2-13 Padraig Pearses 1-11

GAA results: Roscommon IFC: St Dominics 0-13 Oran 2-7. Roscommon SFC: Kilmore 2-11 Elphin 1-9. North JFC Final: St Michaels 0-11 St Barrys 0-7

All-Ireland SHC final: Kilkenny 2-16 Galway 1-14 Galway: R Burke; P Cooney, S Treacy, M Killilea; T Helebert, G McInerney, P Kelly; M Coleman, P Malone; B Keogh, J McGrath, J Cooney; M McGrath, J Rabbitte, L Burke. Subs: J Campbell, P Finnerty.

Roscommon had 11 players picked on the Connacht football panel for the Railway Cup. They were: Pat Doorey, Mattie Reilly, Enon Gavin, Tommy Grehan, Damien Donlon, Seamus Killoran, John Newton, Derek Duggan, Paul Earley, Don Connellan, Lorcan Dowd.

League of Ireland Shield: Sligo Rovers 2 Athlone Town 0