Sligo Intermediate Football Championship 2008 - Group Stages

Group Stages

The Championship was contested by 13 teams, divided into four groups. The top two sides in each group advanced to the Quarter-Finals, with the remaining sides in each group facing the Relegation playoffs to retain Intermediate status for 2009, as the restructuring of the Championships got under way.

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