Oran landed their first Roscommon intermediate title since 1997 with a seven point win after extra-time over St. Dominics.
Dominics had one hand on the cup after Darren Donnelly converted an injury time penalty to make it 2-8 to 1-10, but Charlie Carthy’s last gasp free sent the game to extra-time.
Oran were excellent in extra-time adding 1-6 to the scoreboard to win out 2-16 to 2-9.
Just two minutes were on the clock on Dominics opened the scoring with a goal, Darren Donnelly flicking the high ball into the net.
Oran were disturbed by the early goal but trailed by one point at half-time 1-3 to five points. The sides were level after seven second-half minutes 1-4 to seven.
Charlie Carthy was pulled to ground moments later with Oran awarded a penalty which was converted by Cathal Kenny to make it 1-7 to 1-4.
The Oran ‘SENIOR’ footballers will parade the Jamesie Murray Cup in Rockfield at 7pm this evening. Come out and applaud the 2020 Roscommon Intermediate Champions!
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Darren Donnelly injury time penalty had pushed 2-8 to 1-10 ahead with Charlie Carthy’s free sending the game to extra-time.
Oran added five points within five minutes of extra-time with Mike Dwyer grabbing Oran’s second goal of the game, a goal which took the wind out of Dominics.
With Dominics unable to recover from Dwyer’s goal, Oran sealed the intermediate title 2-16 to 2-9.