Sligo GAA Club championship draws are made



The Sligo GAA football and hurling club championship draws for 2024 were made in Scarden on Friday evening.

Homeland Sligo senior football champions Coolera/Strandhill have been drawn in a five-team group 1 which also includes Shamrock Gaels, Calry/St Joseph’s, Tubbercurry and the 2023 intermediate winners Easkey.

As is becoming traditional, there is one lop-sided ‘Group of Death’ with St Mary’s, Tourlestrane (now under new manager Mike Solan), last year’s beaten finalists St Molaise Gaels, Drumcliffe/Rosses Point and Curry all drawn together.

The top two clubs from each group will qualify directly for county semi-finals.

The bottom two teams in each group will face a relegation play-off.

The Homeland senior football championship is scheduled to start on the weekend of August 17/18th.

Homeland Sligo senior club football championship 2024

GROUP 1GROUP 2
Coolera/Strandhill (holders)St Mary's
Calry/St Joseph'sSt Molaise Gaels
EaskeyDrumcliffe/Rosses Point
TubbercurryCurry
Shamrock GaelsTourlestrane

The top two teams from each senior group will qualify for the county semi-finals.
The bottom two teams in each group will contest the relegation play-offs – with one team to be eventually relegated to the intermediate championship.
Championship begins on the weekend of August 17th/18th.

 

Connacht Gold intermediate football championship 2024The top two teams from each intermediate group will qualify for the county semi-finals.
The bottom two teams in each group will contest the relegation play-offs – with one team to be eventually relegated to the junior ‘A’ championship.
Championship begins on the weekend of August 17th/18th.

 

Connacht Gold Junior ‘A’ football championship 2024The top two teams from each group qualify for the county junior ‘A’ semi-finals.
There is no relegation from the junior ‘A’ football championship this year – as the championship is being expanded to 10 teams in 2025.

 

The Davis’s Restaurant & Yeats Tavern senior hurling championship

Last year’s county hurling finalists, Easkey and Naomh Eoin, were seeded and kept apart in the group stage.
Newcomers St Molaise Gaels contest the Sligo senior hurling championship for the first time in the club’s history. The hurling championship is scheduled to begin on the weekend of July 27th/28th.



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