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Roscommon county hurling team

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The Roscommon county hurling team represents Roscommon in hurling and is governed by Roscommon GAA, the county board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team competes in the Christy Ring Cup and the National Hurling League. It formerly competed in the abolished Connacht Senior Hurling Championship, finishing as runner-up in the last competition 1999.

Roscommon's home ground is Dr Hyde Park,[contradictory] Roscommon. The team's manager is Johnny Keane.

The team last won the Connacht Senior Championship in 1913, but has never won the All-Ireland Senior Championship or the National League.


Roscommon's sole appearance in an All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship (SHC) semi-final occurred in 1910. Tipperary defeated the county by a scoreline of 10 goals to one point.

The county defeated Wexford in the 1984 Centenary Cup.

Roscommon won an All-Ireland Senior B Hurling Championship in 1994 and an All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship in 1999.

The county competed in the newly formed Christy Ring Cup in 2005 and 2006 but was relegated to the Nicky Rackard Cup after poor performances.

Roscommon won the 2007 Nicky Rackard Cup Final, defeating Armagh by a scoreline of 1–12 to 0–13.[1] Roscommon won the 2015 Nicky Rackard Cup, again defeating Armagh in the final.[2] Both games occurred at Croke Park.

Current management team

Managerial history

  • Ciarán Comerford: ?–June 2020
  • Johnny Keane: September 2020–


  • Jason Kilkenny: 2021[4]


All-Irelands (9)

Provincials (36)

Leagues (2)


  1. ^ "Roscommon celebrate". The Irish Times. 13 August 2007.
  2. ^ "Michael Kelly delivers killer blow for Roscommon". Irish Examiner. 8 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Johnny Keane takes charge of Roscommon hurlers". RTÉ Sport. 2 September 2020.
  4. ^ "Kilkenny appointed Roscommon captain". Hogan Stand. 2 May 2021.
  5. ^ "Séamus Qualter still enjoying coaching journey". 2 October 2019.
  6. ^ "Ring Cup playoff: Coyne double downs Mayo". Hogan Stand. 14 June 2015.
  7. ^ "Roscommon Lift Division 3A Hurling Title". Shannonside Northern Sound. 10 March 2019.
  8. ^ "Hurling silverware for Wicklow, Roscommon and Longford". Irish Examiner. 10 March 2019.
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