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Farewell to Shane Curran and a league title -- Roscommon's 2014 sporting highlights

Plenty of GAA success in Roscommon this year.

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1. Shane Curran announced his retirement at the grand old age of 43

Shane Curran celebrates after his side scored a late goal Source: James Crombie/INPHO

2. And St Croan’s won the Connacht intermediate club football title

3. €10,000 was raised at a charity match for Cian Smith who was forced to retire from Gaelic football due to throat cancer

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4. Tomas Seale and Cathal Dolan won Nicky Rackard Champions 15 awards

GAA GPA All-Star Awards 2014 Sponsored by Opel Source: Brendan Moran/SPORTSFILE

5. Cathal Cregg made the Irish International Rules side

Sam Mitchell and Cathal Cregg Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

6. The U21 footballers lost out to Dublin in the All-Ireland final, but not before Diarmuid Murtagh’s dramatic point at the end of the semi-final

Source: TG4/YouTube

7. The Ladies football team beat Antrim in the Division 4 Final

Feena Beirne lifts the cup Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

8. Meanwhile, the men beat Cavan in the Division 3 Final — a match that included this sublime chip from David Keenan

Source: TG4/YouTube

9. And Fuerty got to the All-Ireland Junior Club Championship, but unfortunately lost to Two Mile House from Kildare

Nathan Sherry celebrates Source: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

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