The Cavan senior football championship is set to dwindle down to its last four teams over the coming days.
Crosserlough and Killygarry booked their semi-final berths last weekend but there are still two quarter-finals to be decided after Cavan Gaels and Gowna couldn’t be separated (1-12 to 1-12) and Mullahoran and Ramor United also finished all square (0-10 to 0-10).
The Gaels and last year’s runners-up will battle it out again tomorrow night and Kingspan Breffni (8.15pm), while holders Ramor will look to avoid the upset against the Dreadnoughts in what will be the early throw-in on Sunday at the Cavan Town venue (12.30pm), where two IFC semis and a JFC last four clash are set to follow.
Extra time will be played in the replays if neccessary.
Elsewhere, tonight (Friday) sees Ballinagh and Butlersbridge going head-to-head in Bawnboy with their senior status on the line as the losers are set to be demoted back to the intermediate ranks for 2023. Throw-in for that one at St Aidan’s Park is at 8.15pm.Tweet