27 May 2022

Senior Championship Quarter-Final line-up revealed

Glencar/Manorhamilton and Ballinamore Sean O'Heslin's the stand out tie of the Quarter-Finals

Glencar Manorhamilton's Pat Gilmartin and Paddy Maguire in a tussle for possession with Mohill's Shane Quinn during the opening round of this year's Leitrim GAA Gallogly Catering ACL Division One matc

2017 Champions Mohill and finalists Glencar/Manorhamilton face tough games

The games may only be over an hour or two but the eight clubs who have qualified for their Connacht Gold Leitrim Senior Championship Quarter-Finals were already planning for the knockout phase once the final whistle sounded.

Defending champions Mohill topped their group ahead of Aughawillan by virtue of the head to head win in the first round while Gortletteragh leapfrogged Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s into third place in Group 1.

Glencar/Manorhamilton remain the only unbeaten team in the Senior Championship and they will be joined in the Quarter-Finals from Group 2 by St. Mary’s Kiltoghert, Melvin Gaels and Allen Gaels in that order.

What it all means is Glencar/Manorhamilton will take on Ballinamore Sean O'Heslin's and Champions Mohill will go up against Allen Gaels in the Quarter-Finals. Second placed St. Mary’s Kiltoghert will take on Gortletteragh while their Group 1 counterparts Aughawillan will face Melvin Gaels.

The Quarter-Finals are scheduled to take place next weekend, along with the Intermediate Championship Quarter-Finals, probably in two double headers on Saturday and two more on the Sunday. The winners will then face an Open Draw for the semi-finals in both grades.

The full Senior Championship Quarter-Finals line-up is as follows:

Mohill v Allen Gaels

Aughawillan v Melvin Gaels

Gortletteragh v St. Mary’s Kiltoghert

Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s v Glencar/Manorhamilton

It also means that the Relegation Semi-Finals will feature Aughnasheelin, Bornacoola, St. Patrick's Dromahair and Drumreilly with Aughnasheelin facing Dromahair and Bornacoola taking on Drumreilly in the semi-finals.


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