Roscommon GAA

  • FBD Insurance Football League Final
    Roscommon 2-16 
    Galway 3-12 

  • Roscommon Senior Football Championship

    Group B

    Roscommon Gaels 0-17 St. Faithleach's 2-07


    Group C

    Padraig Pearses 1-10 Western Gaels 0-10


    Roscommon Intermediate Football Championship

    Group A

    Creggs 1-15 Kilglass Gaels 0-13

    Tulsk Lord Edwards 1-16 Kilbride 0-11


    Group B

    Castlerea St. Kevins 3-17 Eire Og 0-14


    Group C

    St. Dominic's 3-07 Oran 1-12

  • Roscommon Senior Football Championship

    Section A

    Clan na nGael 1-09 St. Brigid's 2-05


    Section B 

    Padraig Pearses 3-19 Castlerea St Kevin's 0-06


    Intermediate Football Championship

    Section A

    Oran 0-13 Creggs 2-06

    Tulsk Lord Edwards 2-10 Kilmore 0-15


    Section B

    St. Barry's 0-18 Eire Og 1-05

  • Roscommon Senior Football Championship

    Section A

    Clan na nGael 1-09 Roscommon Gaels 0-07

    Section B

    St. Croan's 1-12 Padraig Pearses 1-12


    Intermediate Football Championship

    Section A

    Fuerty 2-08 Kilmore 0-10

    Section B

    St. Aidan's 3-09 St. Barry's 0-12

  • Connacht Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
    Roscommon 2-12 Mayo 0-17

  • Connacht U20 Championship 
    Quarter Final
    Roscommon 3-10 
    Sligo 3-05

  • Eight counties found out who they'll face in the 4th round of the All-Ireland football qualifiers this morning.

    Fermanagh will play Kildare who will be high on confidence following their win over last years All-Ireland finalists Mayo in Newbridge.

    Tyrone were drawn to play Cork, beaten Leinster finalists Laois will face Monaghan while Roscommon will play Armagh.

    The games will take place this weekend with the venues and times to be confirmed by the Central Competitions Control Committee.

  • Eight counties found out who they'll face in the 4th round of the All-Ireland football qualifiers this morning.

    Fermanagh will play Kildare who will be high on confidence following their win over last years All-Ireland finalists Mayo in Newbridge.

    Tyrone were drawn to play Cork, beaten Leinster finalists Laois will face Monaghan while Roscommon will play Armagh.

    The games will take place this weekend with the venues and times to be confirmed by the Central Competitions Control Committee.

  • Connacht Senior Football Championship

    Roscommon 3-17 Leitrim 0-12

  • Roscommon GAA has issued a statement regarding the venue for the Connacht final.

    It follows last weekend’s statement by the Roscommon manager Kevin McStay who appeared to be standing firm in his side's bid to play the Connacht Football Final at Dr Hyde Park.

    The game is due to be played there as per the rota system in Connacht, but there's been suggestions the fixture could be moved to McHale Park due to capacity and safety issues.

    Speaking after his side's semi-final win over Leitrim onSaturday , McStay said his team will line-out at Hyde Park, and hopes whoever their opponents are will join them.

    This morning's statement issued by the PRO of Roscommon GAA reads

    Everyone involved in Roscommon G.A.A. was absolutely delighted last Saturday evening when we qualified for our 3rd Connacht final in a row by defeating Leitrim. Roscommon GAA are looking forward to taking on Galway or Sligo on Sunday the 17th of June in the final.

    Roscommon GAA fully accept the venue of the Connacht final will be decided by the Connacht CCC and this will be done when the winner of the Galway v Sligo game is known.

    Brian Carroll Roscommon County Secretary stated “I held a very constructive meeting with Connacht GAA Secretary John Prenty this week about the suitability of Dr Hyde Park for the hosting of Connacht Championship games in the future and also a potential Connacht final and another meeting is planned for this weekend”. 

  • Roscommon GAA are still hoping their postponed trip to London could be rescheduled if the Covid-19 crisis abates in time.


    The Connacht SFC quarter-final, originally fixed for Saturday, May 2, was officially called off yesterday.


    The Irish Independent reports that Connacht Council has clarified the fixture is "postponed" and not completely cancelled as was first thought.


    Connacht secretary John Prenty says that the Connacht Council is monitoring the situation.


    He admits they don't know what's in store for any competition at club or inter-county level at this point in time.


    The only decisions taken to the Connacht SFC are the cancellation of the trip of Galway to New York and the postponement of Roscommon’s journey to London.


    Roscommon PRO Hugh Lynn expressed a belief that, whenever sport gets back on track, "the game will be re-fixed.”


    The postponement complicates things for their fundraising team in Club Rossie, which was planning to stage its 'Win a Home in London' draw on the second weekend in May and it may need to be deferred.

  • At a meeting of the Roscommon GAA County Committee on Monday, last Roscommon GAA appointed a subcommittee to carry out the recruitment of a new senior team manager to replace Kevin McStay who retired recently.

    The committee is made up of the County Chairman Seamus Sweeney, Co. Secretary Brian Carroll, Co. Treasurer David O Connor, former Senior Football Captain Niall Carty, and former Co. footballer Ciarán Heneghan. In addition, the committee has the option to add an additional member if required.

    Clubs that wish to nominate somebody for the position of Senior Football Team Manager have until 5 pm on Friday the 14th of September 2018 to do so. The subcommittee was also given the authority to approach any suitable candidates themselves.

    Roscommon GAA hopes to have the appointment made in a timely fashion to ensure the new manager has plenty of time to prepare for the 2019 football season and the return to Division One Football.

  • Roscommon

    SFC Quarter Final

    Roscommon Gaels       2       -        13     v        0       11     Elphin

    Boyle          4       -        14     v        2       12     Michael Glaveys

    Junior A Football C'ship - Quarter Final

    Clann na nGael   0       -        15     v        0       11     Padraig Pearses

    Ballinameen         1-8                      v 1-7                 Western Gaels

  • Roscommon GAA has launched an ambitious new fundraising draw, with the top prize an apartment in London valued at €815,000.

    It follows on from the success of the Club Rossie draw for a house in Dublin last year, which netted Roscommon GAA €943,000.

    Tickets for the new draw are priced at €100 and the two-bedroom apartment on offer is located in London City Island, close to Canary Wharf.

    Developer of London City Island is Ballymore Homes, run by Sean Mulryan -  a longtime supporter of Roscommon GAA.

    Tickets can be bought online at www.winahomein, and the winner will be unveiled on Sunday 10th May next year.


  • The work of the Fixtures Review Task Force looks set to face another hurdle before it can be enacted after Roscommon County Board passed a motion calling on the GAA’s top brass to put it’s proposals to the clubs of the country.

    The motion calls on Croke Park to allow the clubs to see the taskforce’s recommendations and make a decision on how to mandate their Central Council delegates before a final decision is made.

    The Irish Independent is reporting that the motion was brought by the Kilmore club and Club Players Association member Tommie Kenoy.

    He played a key role in the change to Rule 42, which paved the way for other sports to be played at Croke Park.

    Kenoy’s proposal, which will be sent to director General Tom Ryan’s office, suggests “that the recommendations of the Fixtures Review Task Force are issued to all county boards by the director general for consideration by the clubs in advance of being brought before Central Council.

  • Roscommon GAA, with its commercial and fundraising arm Club Rossie, in partnership with our long-standing supporter Sean Mulryan and his company Ballymore, are offering one lucky person the life changing chance to win a home in Dublin worth €425,000!

    Located just 6km from the heart of the city, this beautiful 3 bedroom house in Royal Canal Park, Ashtown, is surrounded by many sought after amenities – Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, the National Aquatic Centre and the idyllic Phoenix Park area are all within close proximity, making this a dream place to call home. 

    Speaking at the official fundraiser launch, Chairman of Club Rossie, Pat Compton commented,

    “Roscommon GAA and Club Rossie are delighted to officially launch this unique project together with the support of Sean Mulryan and Ballymore. We have a fantastic prize on offer that could change someone’s life overnight. A prize as special as this is sure to entice huge excitement within the county and beyond, and as a group we are looking forward to channelling national support into our local GAA community."

    This fundraiser will run between now and Christmas, with the winner being announced on December 30th in an official draw.

    The funds raised will be used to develop the facilities of Dr. Hyde Park and to help implement the strategic plan of Roscommon GAA which includes, the future development of the Dermot Earley Centre of Excellence. 

    Seamus Sweeney, chairman of the Roscommon County Board noted, 

    “This project will make a huge difference to the finances of Roscommon GAA. The success of this fundraiser will benefit Roscommon people for generations to come and we are extremely grateful to Sean for his unwavering support. We are looking forward to transforming Dr. Hyde Park into a place of pride for the county as well as a state of the art national resource. We are extremely grateful to the volunteer Club Rossie team who have made a significant difference to Roscommon GAA since its foundation in 2014.”

    Club Rossie Project Manager, Aidan Brady also added,

    "This is a fantastic opportunity to win a superb A rated house, just 15 minutes from Dublin’s City Centre. Royal Canal Park is an exceptional residential area – with easy access to main rail lines, bus routes, the M50 and Dublin Airport as well as an array of schools, universities and other top-class facilities nearby."

    Roscommon GAA and Club Rossie are excited to be a part of this once in a lifetime opportunity and are looking forward to generating huge support both nationally and indeed from our friends worldwide. 

     Tickets are €100 and are available now on

  • Almost 19,000 football supporters will make their way to Roscommon Town this Sunday for the Connacht senior football final, where Roscommon once again take on Galway, and for the Under20 Connacht final featuring Mayo and Roscommon.

    Roscommon GAA are advising that tickets will not be available on the day, and only those with tickets should travel to Dr Hyde Park on Sunday.

    They're urging supporters to travel to Roscommon in good time on Sunday, park up in the town, and walk out to the stadium.

    Brian Carroll is Secretary of Roscommon GAA.

  • Roscommon GAA is warning businesses against sponsoring posters not affiliated with the county team.

    It has received reports that businesses are getting calls to give €150 to show support to Roscommon GAA on a poster. 

    However, the county PRO Hugh Lynn, is appealing to people not to take out these adds as they are not approved by the GAA. 

    The posters are using copyrighted Roscommon GAA logos in its’ private fundraising campaign.

  • The Roscommon Senior Football final will be contested by Roscommon Gaels and Padraig Pearses following their respective wins today.


    Padraig Pearses 3-10 Boyle 1-14

    Roscommon Gaels 1-13 Strokestown 0-10

  • Roscommon host Leitrim tomorrow in the Quarter Final of the Connacht Senior Football Championship.

    The game at Dr. Hyde Park throws in at 3.30pm with the winner advancing to face Mayo in the Semi-Final on May 25th in Castlebar.

    The Connacht Junior Football Championship meeting between Roscommon and Leitrim will act as a curtain raiser tomorrow getting underway at 1pm.