# Connacht SFC

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# James Horan
'It can snowball a small bit' - Mayo boss confident that New York trip will run smoothly after 2014 experience
James Horan hopeful that they can utilise what they learned from the tie five years ago in Gaelic Park.
# Connacht SFC
Roscommon hold 'constructive' talks over staging Connacht final at Dr Hyde Park
The venue is in line to host this year’s provincial final if Galway beat Sligo in the second semi-final.
# the rossies
5 changes to Roscommon team for Connacht opener against Leitrim from league final success
Kevin McStay has named 12 of last year’s Connacht final winning side for the game with Leitrim.
# Treatment Table
More tests for Mayo's Parsons to discover extent of injury after dislocating knee joint
The Charlestown player went off injured in the second half of yesterday’s game.
# The Big Apple
Almost 5% of Leitrim has travelled to New York for tonight's Connacht championship opener
The 2018 championship season gets underway today.
# Champions
Watch: The story of Roscommon GAA's road to redemption
How Kevin McStay’s side overcame the odds and silenced the critics.
# Early bird
Roscommon name team a full week before Connacht final
Cathal Compton replaces Donie Smith, while has recovered David Murray from illness.
# expert view
Analysis: More adventure from Galway, Mayo slow and laborious, Comer the perfect target man
The42′s columnist Rob Carroll takes a closer look at Sunday’s clash between Galway and Mayo.
# Comeback Kid
'I'm just absolutely delighted I came back' - a Galway championship return after 34 months
A significant day in Salthill for Seán Armstrong.
# The West's awake
Rochford's revenge mission, Aidan O'Shea factor, cold Tribesmen - Galway-Mayo talking points
Pearse Stadium is the venue as both counties chase a Connacht final spot on 9 July.
# Captain Cillian
The rivalry with Galway, teaching Mayo's young fans and sport psychology tips
The Mayo attacking talisman is set for Sunday’s Connacht semi-final.
Mayo v Sligo, Connacht senior football quarter-final
We followed all the action from Castlebar.
# Let Battle Commence
6 of the best! The early senior football and hurling championship fixtures we can't wait for
Here are the big fixtures we’ll be keeping a close eye on.
# Struck Down
Massive setback for Leitrim's Mulligan as he tears cruciate for a third time
The attacker is hit with the injury as the 2017 championship is about to commence.
# new faces
5 championship debutants in Galway side to face Mayo
Just seven players remain from the team beaten 1-15 to 2-8 by Mayo last year.
# mayo for sam
No Diarmuid O'Connor, but Mayo name experienced side for London trip
Mayo begin their provincial defence with a trip to Ruislip on Sunday.
# big changes
Mickey Conroy dropped as Rochford prepares to finalise panel
Stephen Rochford is trimming the Mayo panel ahead of the Connacht championship.
# Start spreading the news
Galway hurling star Johnny Glynn named on New York senior football panel
He joins former Galway footballer Johnny Duane in the 40-man squad.
# Let's Get Quizzical
How closely were you paying attention to the provincial football championships?
We’d like to test your knowledge.
This Colm Boyle 'Superman' block is a joy to behold
Some play from Colm Boyle.
# Record Setters
Alan Dillon and Andy Moran created a slice of history in their Mayo careers yesterday
The long-serving pair claimed yet another Connacht medal.
Mayo v Sligo, Connacht senior football final
Dr Hyde Park is the venue this afternoon.
# ruling the roost
6 talking points as Mayo and Donegal seek to defend provincial crowns
It’s provincial football final weekend in Connacht and Ulster.
# fill your boots
Here’s the 24 key GAA fixtures to keep an eye on for the week ahead
Get the diaries out.
# Here's Your Host
The Mayo and Sligo footballers are heading to Roscommon for the Connacht final
Dr Hyde Park will host the decider on 19 July.
# eye off the ball
'I suppose we tried to hide the cups' - John Evans believes success has hindered his players
Roscommon were shocked by Sligo at the weekend.
# a little harsh?
Shane Curran launched an astonishing attack on John Evans last night
The St Brigids’ club-man wants Evans gone following Roscommon’s defeat to Sligo.
# Famous Day
Another win for the underdog as Sligo put the brakes on Roscommon's summer
Man of the match Adrian Marren scored 1-7 for the hosts in Markievicz Park.
# Team news
Two changes for the Rossies while there are four championship debutants for Sligo
The pair clash on Saturday evening on Sky Sports.
# Progress
Two Kerry men are guiding Roscommon's assault on the Connacht championship this year
Senan Kilbride is full of praise for manager John Evans and forward’s coach Liam Kearns.
Galway v Mayo, Connacht SFC semi-final
Mayo opened their provincial defence against old rivals Galway in Salthill. Catch up on the action with our minute-by-minute tracker.
# Best of Enemies
5 talking points ahead of Galway and Mayo's Connacht showdown
It’s been seven years since Galway have beaten Mayo in the championship, but Sunday presents as good a time as any.
# Closer Look
Analysis: Can Galway's underage rise finally see them match up to Mayo at senior level?
Huge Connacht clash on Sunday, we take a closer look at the teams involved.
# New regime
Until James Horan came in you could choose the chipper over the gym according to Keith Higgins
The Mayo captain says the mentality of the Mayo players changed dramatically under James Horan.
# Have your Cake and eat it
'They'll come once every 35 to 40 years' - Cake slams London's championship place
Shane Curran didn’t mince his words on The Sunday Game last night
# hon the rossies
Winning trip to London for Roscommon as last four berth secured
John Evans’ side are hoping to win their first Connacht title in five years.
# Rossies
John Evans makes 6 changes to Roscommon team as London hand out 3 debuts
The Rossies are heading to Ruislip.
# On the up
5 reasons why Roscommon football is on the up
Roscommon’s recent progress has left them as many people’s dark horses for the All-Ireland this year.
# connacht clash
Galway win again as they look to halt Mayo's five in-a-row bid next time out
Galway moved into the Connacht semi-final after a comfortable win over Leitrim.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will be the 2015 Connacht senior football champions?
Mayo are bidding for a five-in-a-row, can they be stopped?