FBD League

  • The 2020 FBD Connacht Senior Football Competition gets underway this weekend - the first weekend of the New Year - as Sligo host Roscommon in Markievicz Park on Sunday afternoon at 2pm in the quarter final.

    The winner of that game will meet Leitrim in Carrick on Shannon the following Sunday in the semi-final, while in the other semi-final, Mayo host Galway in Elvery's MacHale Park, Castlebar also on Sunday 12th January at 2pm.

    The FBD final is fixed for 19th January.




  • FBD League Quarter Final 

    Mayo 2-13 
    Leitrim 2-13 

    Mayo win penalty shootout on a 4-1 scorelline

  • Mayo begin their 2020 campaign by hosting Galway in Elvery's MacHale Park oni Sunday in the FBD League semi-final.

    Manager James Horan has named his team for Sunday's game - with a mix of youth and experience.

    1. Robert Hennelly, Breaffy
    2. James Stretton, Claremorris
    3. James McCormack, Claremorris
    4. Brendan Harrison, Aghamore
    5. Padraig O'Hora, Ballina Stephenites,
    6. Michael Plunkett, Ballintubber
    7. Patrick Durcan, Castlebar Mitchels
    8. Tom Parsons, Charlestown
    9. Mikey Murray, Ballina Stephenites
    10. Brian Walsh, Ballintubber
    11. Conor Loftus, Crossmolina
    12. Jordan Flynn, Crossmolina
    13. Kevin McLoughlin, Knockmore
    14. Brian Reape, Bohola Moy Davits
    15. Diarmuid O'Connor, Ballintubber.

    Midwest Radio will have live commentary of Sunday's game, which throws-in at 2pm.

    The winners on Sunday will face either Roscommon or Leitrim in the FBD League final on 19th January.

  • FBD Insurance Football League Final
    Roscommon 2-16 
    Galway 3-12 

  • Roscommon made light work of Leitrim in the FBD League semi-final.

    It finished Roscommon 7-16 0-7 Leitrim.

    The Rossies now look forward to a home final against Galway next Saturday at 2pm in Hyde Park.


  • FBD League Final 
    Roscommon 0-13 Galway 1-05 


    Tuam Stadium has been confirmed as the venue for Sunday's FBD League Final between Galway and Roscommon.

    The game throws-in at 1.30 on Sunday.

    Galway overcame Mayo in the semi-final in Tuam last Sunday, winning 4-2 on penalties, while Roscommon defeated Sligo at Dr Hyde Park.