Group one of the Intermediate Championship will come to a dramatic conclusion on Sunday with all four teams still in the hunt for a quarter-final slot.
Wins for Longford against Sligo and Westmeath over Wexford would see three teams (Wexford, Westmeath and Longford) locked together on six points and scoring difference will then decide who goes through to the last eight.
Sligo are rock-bottom of the table following two defeats – but they’re not mathematically out of the picture for a knock-out place either.
It’s a slim chance for the Yeats County, however, as they have the worst scoring difference in the pool, and they would need a big win over Longford, and Wexford to overcome Westmeath.
Longford: R McGrath, K Crawford, L Keegan, A Cosgrove, O Nevin, E O’Brien, C Farrell, N Darcy, K Shannon, L Monaghan, S Shannon, M Farrell (capt.), A Darcy, E Heaney, C Healy.
Sligo: L Gaughan, A Morrisroe, M McNamara, J Mulligan, C Dunne, L Boles, J Lyons, S Reynolds, N Brennan (capt.), S Cunnie, L Kelly, S Regan, M McCormack, E Kevany, D McGrath.
TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship – Group 1 - Round 3
Longford v Sligo, Boyle, Roscommon