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2019 Connacht Senior Football Championship

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2019 Connacht SFC
Tournament details
Year2019
TrophyJ. J. Nestor Cup
Winners
ChampionsRoscommon (23rd win)
ManagerAnthony Cunningham
CaptainEnda Smith
Runners-up
Runners-upGalway
ManagerKevin Walsh
CaptainDamien Comer
← 2018
2020 →

The 2019 Connacht Senior Football Championship is the 120th installment of the annual Connacht Senior Football Championship organised by Connacht GAA. It is one of the four provincial competitions of the 2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. As of 2018 the competition winners advanced to the "All-Ireland Super 8s".[1]

The draw for the Connacht Championship was made on 12 October 2018. [2]

The winners receive the J. J. Nestor Cup, named after J. J. Nestor of Quinaltagh, County Galway.[3] For a fourth year in a row, the final was contested between Galway and Roscommon. Roscommon were the winners of the championship, defeating Galway at Pearse Stadium in Salthill by 1-13 to 0-12.[4] In 2020 Sligo skipped the championship due to Covid-19 meaning it could be the last year of London and New York been part of the Connacht championship.

Teams

The Connacht championship is contested by the five counties in the Irish province of Connacht plus London and New York.

Team Colours Sponsor Manager Captain Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial
Galway
Colours of Galway.svg
Maroon and white
Supermac's Kevin Walsh Damien Comer
2001
2018
Leitrim
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Green and gold
J.P Clarke's New York Terry Hyland Micheal McWeeney
1994
London
Colours of London.svg
Green and white
Clayton Hotels Ciarán Deely Liam Gavaghan
Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
Green and red
Elverys Sports James Horan Diarmuid O'Connor
1951
2015
New York
Colors of New York.svg
Red, white and blue
Navillus Contracting Justin O'Halloran Tom Cunniffe
Roscommon
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Blue and yellow
Ballymore Properties Anthony Cunningham Enda Smith[5]
1944
2017
Sligo
Colours of Sligo.svg
Black and white
AbbVie Inc. Paul Taylor Niall Murphy[6]
2007

Bracket

The Connacht county teams play London and New York on a rotational basis. The match involving New York is now a quarter final – it was last a preliminary game in 2017.

Quarter-Finals May 5 & 12 Semi-Finals May 19 & 25 Connacht Final June 16[7]
Colours of New York.svg
New York
0-04
Colours of Mayo.svg
Mayo
1-22
Colours of Mayo.svg
Mayo
0-17
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Leitrim
0-12
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
2-12
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
3-17
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
1-13
Colours of Galway.svg
Galway
0-12
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
0-7
Colours of London.svg
London
1-9
Colours of Galway.svg
Galway
3-11
Colours of Galway.svg
Galway
0-16

Final

16 June 2019
16:00
Connacht Final
Colours of Galway.svg
Galway
0-12 - 1-13 Roscommon
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Pearse Stadium, Galway
Attendance: 17,639
Referee: Barry Cassidy (Derry)
Man of the Match: David Murray (Padraig Pearses)
Shane Walsh 0-4 (0-2f, 1 '45), Michael Daly 0-3 (0-1f), Antaine Ó Laoi 0-2, Gareth Bradshaw, Fiontán Ó Curraoin, Eamonn Brannigan 0-1 each Report Diarmuid Murtagh 1-3 (0-2f), Conor Cox 0-5 (0-2f), Niall Daly, Ronan Daly, Shane Killoran, Conor Devaney, Niall Kilroy 0-1 each

See also

References

  1. ^ "Explained: How the football championship's new 'Super 8' quarter-final stage will work in 2018". Irish Independent. 25 February 2017. Retrieved 29 January 2018.
  2. ^ "2019 GAA All-Ireland Football Championship draw revealed for Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connacht". Irish Mirror. 12 October 2018. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  3. ^ "The Tuam Herald - Connemara, Clonfert and Dunmore links to the Dublin hurling team". The Tuam Herald. Archived from the original on 26 April 2018. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  4. ^ Roche, Frank (16 June 2019). "Roscommon sink Galway with storming second half comeback to claim shock Connacht final win". Irish Independent.
  5. ^ "Roscommon captain Enda Smith remains optimistic". GAA.ie. 2 July 2019.
  6. ^ "Murphy thrilled with captaincy". The Sligo Champion. 19 January 2019.
  7. ^ "Cox and Murtagh fire Roscommon to Connacht glory after Galway's second-half collapse". The 42. 16 June 2019. Retrieved 26 January 2019.

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