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Kilcoo land sixth Down title in a row, while St Brigid's book another Roscommon final
The Kiltoom club will meet Roscommon Gaels in the Roscommon SFC final.

Down SFC

KILCOO LANDED THEIR Kilcoo landed their sixth Down SFC title in succession after a 0-13 to 0-11 win over Burren at Pairc Esler today.

They were made work all the way for the 16th senior title in the club’s history.

Paul McIver’s side trailed by a point at the interval, but with Dylan Ward and Paul Devlin contributing 0-8 between them, they edged Burren out.

“It was a titanic struggle but I don’t expect less from Burren, what a proud club,” McIver told TG4′s GAA BEO after the game.

“Time and time again this Kilcoo team is questioned and all the time they come up with the answeres. A brilliant, brilliant performance.”

Roscommon SFC

St Brigid’s will play Roscommon Gaels in the Roscommon SFC final after both sides collected victories today.

St Brigid’s, who are managed by club legend Frankie Dolan, edged out Western Gaels by 2-6 to 0-10. Padraig Kelly and Brian Stack scored the goals for the Kiltoom outfit, who led by two points at half-time.

In the curtain-raiser, Roscommon Gaels had six points to spare over Boyle, 0-16 to 0-10, who had Enda and Donie Smith in their ranks.

Tyrone SFC

Errigal Ciaran defeated Pomeroy by 1-12 to 0-11 to reach their first senior county final since 2012. They’s face Omagh St Enda’s in the final.

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