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Final say: Roscommon’s goalkeeper David Farrell celebrates after the Connacht Minor Football Championship Final

Final say: Roscommon’s goalkeeper David Farrell celebrates after the Connacht Minor Football Championship Final

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Final say: Roscommon’s goalkeeper David Farrell celebrates after the Connacht Minor Football Championship Final

With Roscommon already winning the Connacht Minor Football Championship on Boxing Day, beating Sligo at the Claremorris Centre of Excellence, fears are growing that the Ulster Minor Championship may not be completed at all.

The Leinster final, fixed for the 27th between Offaly and Meath, was also pulled, while Kerry had already emerged from Munster pre-Christmas.

On December 20, the Ulster quarter-finals took place. Monaghan beat Antrim to set up a semi-final against Fermanagh, who pulled off something of a shock in defeating Down.


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