Two Roscommon clubs had to share a hall before and after their IFC clash in Hyde Park yesterday.
A picture of the two teams - Fuerty and Creggs - getting togged out at either end of the hall has been widely circulated on social media. Hyde Park has four dressing-rooms, but according to local reports, two of them are out of commission at the moment.
The Fuerty-Creggs game was the first part of a IFC double-header with Clann na nGael and Kilbride.
Meanwhile, Boyle produced the big result of the weekend in the Roscommon SFC when they hammered traditional giants Clann na nGael by 4-18 to 1-11 to qualify for the knockout stages in style.
County U20 star Daire Cregg helped himself to 3-4, with Donie Smith and Cian McKeon scoring 1-4 and 0-4 respectively.
Roscommon Intermediate championship and this is the pre match setup in Dr Hyde Park. 2 opposition teams sharing a public hall. No separate dressing rooms or showers. @RoscommonGAA @GaaCreggs @fuertygaa this is not good enough!!! #rosgaa #fairness #standards pic.twitter.com/0q1pIfn7Wi— Colin Canny (@CannyColin) September 18, 2022