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    Padraig Pearses
      • 62'

        Conor Gleeson lead by 6pts in injury time

      • 57'

        Hubert Darcy responds with a point

      • 56'

        Brian Derwin withe another score for St Brigids

      • 54'

        Ciaran Sugrue point

      • 53'

        Donnacha Gately win a lovely score

      • 50'

        Ben O'Carroll restores the 5pt lead for St Brigids

      • 46'

        Paul Carey with a much-needed score for Pearses, they trail by 4pts

      • 43'

        Pearses kick their 8th wide. Niall Daly off injured

      • 40'

        Brian Stack GOAL for St Brigids

      • 38'

        Brian Derwin puts St Brigids 2pts up

      • 36'

        Hubert Darcy

      • 35'

        Niall Daly

      • 31'

        Wide from Eddie Nolan

      • 30'

        Hubert Darcy point for Pearses

      • 30'

        Brian Derwin with his second score for St Brigids

      • 28'

        Brian Derwin kicks St Brigids back in front

      • 24'

        Paul Carey levels it up for Pearses

      • 24'

        Gearoid Cunniffe point puts St Brigids ahead

      • 17'

        Lovely point for St Brigids by Rory Fallon

      • 14'

        Eamon Kelly point from a 45'

      • 10'

        Paul Carey point levels up the match with a nice free for Pearses

      • 4'

        Eddie Nolan with the first point (St Brigids)


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      St Brigids1-11
      Padraig Pearses0-08


      We have the latest news and will have live score updates from the Roscommon County football between Padraig Pearses v St Brigids.

      The Roscommon Football Championship reaches its climax this Sunday. Holders Padraig Pearses return to defend their Fahey Cup title. On the other hand, St. Brigid’s aim to win for the first time since 2017.

      Padraig Pearses return to the final after a tough semi-final challenge against Clann na nGael. As the game rolled into injury time, Pearses were trailing by a score. Nonetheless, the champions prevailed. It took a last gasp score from Lorcan Daly to complete a late surge. It finished 1-11 to 1-10.

      On the other hand, St. Brigid’s were convincing winners against Boyle. Two goals at opposite ends of the game proved to be the difference. Firstly, Ruadhri Fallon opened the St. Brigid’s account on six minutes with a goal. Then, Ben O’Carroll found the net twenty-three minutes into the second half to give his side some breathing room. The full-time score was 2-15 to 2-09.

      St. Brigid’s are no strangers to the final. In fact, they have appeared in eight of the last ten in Roscommon. Famously, they went all the way to All-Ireland glory in 2013. Their last appearance came in 2018. However, it ended in a loss.

      Last year, Padraig Pearses lifted their first-ever Roscommon Senior Football Championship. This is a result they hope to replicate this weekend. However, 2016 final featured the same two sides. On that occasion, St. Brigid’s won by seven points.

      “Every day is a school day in management, you are always learning as you go along, but you do see similar things cropping up.You see behavioral things, even stuff like patterns of play. I wouldn’t be that set on a style of football, I’d look at the group of players I have, and then try to put a game plan together that would suit them.

      “You don’t panic at things, you don’t fret over stuff. The more experienced you get you mellow a little bit too in that.

      “It is all a learning curve, things will happen on Sunday, you will sit down after the game and think I wasn’t expecting that, which is the beauty of the game.” said St Brigid’s manager Benny O’Brien


      Pearses are also in the hurling final, Moore, Creagh and Taughmaconnell would be celebrating for weeks if Pearses could do the senior hurling and football double. They are also in the minor football final.

      St. Brigid’s are favorites to regain the county final with Brian Derwin, Ciaran Sugrue, and Ben O’Carroll providing a very potent forward line but Padraig Pearses will be hard beaten, with David Murray running the defense, the class of the Daly brothers, and Hubert Darcy providing the vital scores we predict a five-point win for reigning champions.

      Roscommon SFC Final: Padraig Pearses vs St. Brigid’s, Sunday 20th September 3pm.



      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      September 20, 202015:00Roscommon Club Football202020/09/202070'


      Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon
      Roscommon Rural Electoral Division, Roscommon Municipal District, County Roscommon, Connacht, Ireland

      St Brigids


      Padraig Pearses