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Jennifer & Barry Wedding Day Thur 22nd Oct 2015.

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Jennifer and Barry came all the way from Stradone to get married in Co. Roscommon. They booked me from the internet, that is the way of the World now. I started the wedding in the Church, we had great fun with all the road works going on around Keadue on Thursday. Fr. Cathal Faughnan performed the ceremony. I know him from way back when we soldered together. I found both families extremely nice, they were only 30 altogether at the wedding, they pulled out all plugs for this special day. The music in the church was exceptional with Breda Grealis from Castlebar. The car you see in the photo was from Longford Limousines.ie by Davy himself. David Knight was the photographer, and I find him very easy to work along with. I have the family calling on Sunday next for the video, I have it ready.

Four Roads V Padraig Pearses on Sat 17th October 2015.

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I had the pleasure of recording the hurling match for Four Roads…………Four Roads won their 8th successive Kepak Roscommon Senior Hurling title on Saturday evening when they defeated Padraig Pearses in the Final Replay in Athleague with the champions winning an entertaining and close contest by 0-17 to 1-11. In the 28 minute Padraig Pearses goaled to put themselves 1-06 to 0-06 in the lead however two points from Four Roads left just one point between them a t the break 1-06 to 0-08. They went onto to win the contest by 4 points.

Four Roads V Padraig Pearses Sunday 11th October 2011.

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I recorded this match to day below the report from Kn Keegan.Four Roads dreams of making it eight Roscommon senior hurling crowns in a row is still alive, but Padraig Pearses can also still dream of a senior football and hurling double in Roscommon this year after a last minute goal from wing back Gavin Downey at Athleague this afternoon ensured that these two sides would contest a county final replay next Saturday at 4pm at the same venue.
Pearses enjoyed a league win over Four Roads earlier this year to heighten their hopes of becoming the first team from the Creagh club to win a senior crown in either code, while the local derby element also helped to bring about a tense, free-ridden opening phase of the contest. Just one of the first seven scores in the tie came from open play as placed ball experts Toms Sweeney and David Dolan traded scores at either end of the field.
It fell to minor star Daniel Glynn, who was also a member of this years Roscommon minor football panel, to ignite the contest with a fine point from play on the quarter hour mark but the contest continued to offer more heat than light as the sides went into the dressing rooms deadlocked at 0-6 apiece.
The first four points of the second half were equally shared and hopes of an upset rose even further when Sweeney bisected the uprights with an exquisite sideline cut, but Four Roads took control of the tie with Johnny Coyne reprising his super sub role that he played so well in this years Nicky Rackard Cup final.
Coyne struck three points from play after the restart and that looked as if it might be enough to get his side over the line as they led by three with injury time winding down, but wing back Gavin Downey was the unlikely hero for Pearses as he popped up to smash the ball to the net and send the two sides to a replay this Saturday.