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Roslea look too strong and fast for youthful Derrylin

By Staff Reporter

Published 29/08/2015

Fermanagh's James McMahon celebrates
Fermanagh's James McMahon celebrates

Sean Quigley will aim to help Roslea take another step towards what would be a three-in-a-row achievement.

Quigley's county colleague James McMahon will help bolster the Roslea defence against a youthful Derrylin side that may not be able to match their opponents for power or pace.

And Derrygonnelly, perceived as a major threat to Roslea's hopes of remaining on the county throne, will be backboned by Mickey Jones and Eamon McHugh when they take on Ederney tomorrow.

Today Devenish, with Thomas Tracey, Marty O'Brien and Barry Mulrone to the fore, will meet Donagh while Belleek will face Tempo.

In the Armagh Senior Football Championship, Steven McDonnell, who has just stepped down as U21 county boss, will be in the Killeavy side that will confront Wolfe Tones this evening while tomorrow Ballymacnab take on Sarsfields.

In the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship, Loughgiel hope to take a step towards wresting the title back from Cushendall when they face St Galls today while O'Donovan Rossa will take on McQuillans, Ballycastle.

In the All-Ireland Ladies Junior Football Championship quarter-final, Derry will take on Carlow at Mullahoran (Co. Cavan) tomorrow (2.00pm).

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