Roscommon Set For Leitrim Connacht Semi-Final

Roscommon and Leitrim were paired with each other in a potential 2018 Connacht Senior Football championship semi-final.

Brendan Guckian’s side face the potential banana skin of New York in what will be the opening game of the 2018 football championship.

Kevin McStay’s side received a favourable draw and await the winner of the game in the bronx’s.


Mayo and Galway drew each other in the quarter-final round with the winner set to play the winner of the tie between London and Sligo.

The winner of the Connacht championship joins the Munster championship winners in Group one of the Super Eight’s.

The runner-up of the Leinster and Ulster championship will play a winner from round four of the qualifiers to decide the remaining two championship slots.

While Longford were given a home draw against Meath in the Leinster Senior Football quarter-final. If Longford progress they face the All-Ireland champions.

Dublin were given a bye to the Leinster quarter-final and will face the winner of Offaly and Wicklow with the winner of that tie facing Longford or Meath.

Ulster champions Tyrone face Monaghan in the Ulster championship quarter-final with the winners facing either Fermanagh or Armagh.

Cavan were drawn in a preliminary round fixture against Donegal and face Derry if they progress to the quarter-final


Round One

New York v Leitrim


New York /Leitrim v Roscomonn

London v Sligo

Mayo v Galway


New York /Leitrim v Roscomonn

London/Sligo v Mayo/Galway


First Round

Laois v Wexford

Louth v Carlow

Offaly v Wicklow


Laois/Wexford v Westmeath

Louth/Carlow v Kildare

Offaly/Wicklow v Dublin

Longford v Meath


Laois/Wexford/Westmeath v Louth/Carlow/Kildare

Offaly/Wicklow/Dublin v Longford/Meath


Preliminary Round

Donegal v Cavan


Derry v Donegal/Cavan

Down v Antrim

Fermanagh v Armagh

Tyrone v Monagahan


Derry/Donegal/Cavan v Down/Antrim

Fermanagh/Armagh v Tyrone/Monaghan



Clare v Limerick

Tipperary v Waterford


Clare/Limerick v Kerry

Tipperary/Waterford v Cork