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Sligo and Donegal masters footballers will be in action in an All-Ireland semi-final double-header in Cavan tomorrow. The Yeats men are first up as they look to reach the final for the second successive year. They face Tyrone at 1.30pm in the first game, with Val Murray’s Donegal side taking…

The Sligo masters team gained a measure of revenge on neighbours Mayo last night with a narrow win in Ballymote. The Yeats men lost to the same side in last year’s All-Ireland final, but recorded a 0-12 to 1-8 win last night.

Former Sligo senior footballer and current Sligo Masters footballer Con O’Meara joined Ocean FM’s Darragh Cox on Sunday Sports to chat about the new season, which begins for the Sligo Masters against London on the same weekend as London and Sligo clash in the Connacht Senior Championship quarter-final in Ruislip.

Sligo footballer Con O’Meara, and Mayo’s John Pat Sheridan, chairperson of the Gaelic Masters Association spoke with Ocean FM’s Darragh Cox about Saturday’s All-Ireland final double-header in Corran Park, Ballymote. Sligo play Mayo in the final from 2.45pm, while Tyrone and Galway clash in the Shield final from 12.45pm.

Sligo and Donegal both remain unbeaten in the Gaelic Masters Championship. The sides played out an entertaining draw, 0-8 each, in last night’s round three clash at Ballymote’s Corran Park. The sides were also level at the break, four points apiece in difficult conditions.