SEASON of mists and mellow fruitfulness was how Keats described autumn. Well it was certainly a fruitful October for Sean Quigley and Roslea as they gathered their first championship and league double since 2011.
“The dust hasn’t settled on this defeat just yet and we’re just taking time to lick our wounds I suppose and we’ve no decision made on next year yet,” said Harte.
Having banked the championship title Roslea turn their attention to the league and St Patrick’s in the semi-final.
The pursuit of goals is an obsession verging on addiction for Roslea. And it’s hard to argue with them when their three majors here proved the winning of the game.
In the heyday of Enniskillen’s championship dominance, the all-powerful Gaels were to sweep the rest of the clubs aside with a remarkable six successive victories.
How deceptive football can be sometimes. The half-time chat in Brewster was of a Roslea whose plan A had been rumbled and were struggling to manufacture a plan B on the fly.
THIS week’s Novena of Hope at the Graan was ‘opened’ on Monday by Mark Harte