Mayo Ladies GAA

    1. Michelle Treacy Westport
    2. Nicola O’Malley Westport
    3. Roisin Flynn Knockmore
    4. Feena McManamon  Burrishoole
    5. Kathryn Sullivan Castlebar Mitchels
    6. Clodagh McManamon Burrishoole
    7. Ciara McManamon Burrishoole
    8. Sinéad Cafferky Kilmovee Shamrocks
    9. Dayna Finn Kiltimagh
    10. Tamara O’Connor Cill Chomáin
    11. Emma Needham Louisburgh
    12. Niamh Kelly Moy Davitts
    13. Fiona Doherty Moy Davitts
    14. Rachel Kearns L. McHale Rovers
    15. Grace Kelly Moy Davitts
    16. Laura Brennan Hollymount
    17. Ciara Whyte Kilmoremoy
    18. Maria Reilly Kiltane
    19. Alannah Duffy Hollymount
    20. Lisa Cafferky Kilmovee Shamrocks
    21. Siobhan Wilson Moy Davitts
    22. Rebecca Waldron Davitts
    23. Ann Sheridan Burrishoole
    24. Amy Halligan The Neale
    25. Roísín Durkin Swinford Killasser
    26. Natasha Gaughan Moy Davitts
    27. Lisa McManamon Castlebar Mitchels
    28. Nicola Meehan Charlestown
    29. Natalie Prendergast Louisburgh
    30. Sarah Rowe Kilmoremoy
  • Lidl Ladies National Football League

    Division 1 Semi-Final

    Mayo 1-20 Cork 3-12

    Dublin 2-08 Galway 2-07

     

  • Division 1

    Burrishoole 5-03 Swinford Killasser 7-05

    St Mary's 6-06 Parke KC 4-05

    Kilmoremoy A 4-06 Knockmore 3-09

    Ballyhaunis 3-05 Westport A 7-15

     

    Division 2

    Charlestown 10-11 Moy Davitts 2-04

    Davitts 4-11 C.L. McHale Rovers 5-12

    Kilitmagh 6-03 Breaffy 6-12

    St Brigid's 0-02 Castlebar Mitchels A 6-06

    Carnacon bye

     

    Division 3 
    Kilmaine 3-14 Louisburgh 1-06

    Westport B 5-05 Ballinrobe 3-06

    Kilmeena 4-6 Hollymount 3-06

    Tuar Mhic Éadaigh 2-04 Claremorris A 6-09

     

    Division 4 

    Claremorris B 6-07 Castlebar Mitchels B 9-06 
    Kilmovee Shamocks 2-11 Islandeady 1-02 
    Westport C 5-02 Belmullet 10-12
    Balla V Kilmoremoy B PP 
    The Neale bye

  • Under 14 League Division 1  Semi Final Results 

    Kilmoremoy A  1-06  Knockmore  4-04 

    Westport A 8-15 Swinford Killasser 1-03 

     

    Under 14 League Division 2  Semi Final Results 

    Castlebar Mitchels A  0-05    Charlestown 5-08 

    CL McHale Rovers V Breaffy PP

     

    Under 14 League Division 3  Semi Final Results  

    Claremorris A 6-05   Ballinrobe 3-03 

    Westport B 2-07 Kilmeena 3-07 

     

  • Under 16 A Championship Final
    Westport A 4-12 Kilmoremoy 3-01

    Under 16 D  Championship Final
    Kilmaine 8-06 Kiltimagh 2-18

    Under 16 A Shield Results Rd.2 
    Castlebar Mitchels 7-09 Swinford Killasser 4-13
    C. L. McHale Rovers 5-13 Knockmore 9-13

  • Senior League Division 1 Round 1 Results


    Castlebar MItchels 1-10 Hollymount 3-10


    Louisburgh 3-10 Burrishoole 0-14


    Knockmore V Charlestown PP to April 6th

     
    Moy Davitts V Carnacon PP- new date tbc

     

    Senior League Division 2 Round 1 Results 


    Cill Chomain 3-09 Kilmoremoy 9-16


    Swinford Killasser 10-23 Claremorris 5-04


    Kilmovee Shamrocks 3-15 Westport A 3-10


    St Brigids 4-04 C.L. McHale Rovers 5-06

     

    Senior League Division 3A Round 1 Results 


    Parke KC 3-09 Ballyhaunis 3-11

    Davitts 2-09 Kiltimagh 3-14

    St Marys 5-09 The Neale 9-05

     

    Senior League Division 3b Results Rd 1

    Kiltane 3-05 Achill 11-07

    Kilmeena CONC Breaffy 0-00

    Westport B CONC Tuar Mhic Éadaigh 0-00

     

    Round 2 takes places on April 14th 

    Div 1

    Hollymount V Charlestown

    Burrishoole V Knockmore

    Carnacon V Louisburgh

    Castlebar Mitchels V Moy Davitts

     

    Div 2

    CL McHale Rovers v Kilmovee

    Kilmoremoy V St Brigids

    Swinford Killasser V Cill Chomain

    Claremorris  v Westport A

     

    Div 3a

    Kiltimagh V Parke KC

    The Neale V Davitts

    Ballyhaunis V St Marys

     

    Div 3b

    Kilmeena v Kiltaine

    Breaffy V Westport B

    Tourmakeady V Achill

     

     

  • MAYO sisters Grace and Niamh Kelly will go head to head for Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup glory on Sunday.

    Holders University of Limerick, who have Grace in their ranks, booked their place in a fifth successive decider with a 3-14 to 1-11 victory over UCC at IT Blanchardstown on Saturday.

    In what was a repeat of the 2017 decider, Mayo star Shauna Howley’s 2-1 proved vital for the winners, before a late Emma Needham goal put the seal on victory for a UL side managed by DJ Collins.

    UL’s final opponents will be Niamh Kelly’s DCU, who were comfortable 3-13 to 0-10 winners against UCD in a Dublin derby semi-final.

    DCU captain Aishling Moloney, a 2017 TG4 All-Ireland intermediate winner with Tipperary, led by example with a contribution of 1-6.

    Mayo’s Sarah Rowe and Meath ace Vikki Wall were the other DCU goalscorers in the second half as they advanced to a first final since 2015, when UL claimed the silverware.

    Sunday’s showpiece is also a repeat of the League decider between champions DCU and UL, and both teams have justified their status as favourites to reach the GFP O’Connor Cup final.

    UCC gave UL a real battle in their semi-final, with Cork duo Libby Coppinger and Orlagh Farmer doing well, while Waterford’s Geraldine Power was another to impress.

    But UCC were missing the services of Cork camogie duo Hannah Looney and Maebh Cahalane, and UL did enough to advance.

    They were off to a flying star when Howley netted with just 23 seconds on the clock, and UL never looked back.

    Aoife Geaney scored a late penalty for UCC but it was star-studded UL who kept alive their hopes of a fourth GFP O’Connor Cup win in five seasons.

    Sunday’s final will have a 4pm throw-in time at Abbotstown’s GAA National Games Development Centre, and will be streamed LIVE at the following link on the Spórt TG4 YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkyZ2b2YMJE

    1. Sorcha Murphy                       Cill Chomáin
    2. Emma Lowther                       Knockmore
    3. Nicola O’Malley                      Westport
    4. Daniellle Caldwell                   Castlebar Mitchels
    5. Rachel Kearns                         CL McHale Rovers
    6. Clodagh McManamon            Burrishoole
    7. Kathryn Sullivan                      Castlebar Mitchels
    8. Noirin Moran                          Westport
    9. Dayna Finn                              Kiltimagh
    10. Sarah Mulvihill                        Knockmore
    11. Fiona Doherty                                     Moy Davitts
    12. Sinéad Cafferky                       Kilmovee Shamrocks
    13. Niamh Kelly                             Moy Davitts
    14. Sarah Rowe                             Kilmoremoy
    15. Grace Kelly                              Moy Davitts
    16. Laura Brennan                        Hollymount
    17. Rebecca O’Malley                  Westport
    18. Roisin Flynn                             Knockmore
    19. Tamara O’Connor                   Cill Chomáin
    20. Emma Needham                     Louisburgh
    21. Aileen Gilroy                           St. Brigid’s   Capt
    22. Saoirse Ludden                        Westport
    23. Feena McManamon               Burrishoole
    24. Leona Ryder                            Burrishoole
    25. Roisin Kelly                              Kilmoremoy
    26. Maria Reilly                            Kiltane 
    27. Ann Sheridan                           Burrishoole
    28. Ciara Whyte                            Kilmoremoy
    29. Roisin Durkin                           Swinford Killasser
    30. Aisling Tarpey                                     Cabinteely Foxrock
  • The Mayo Ladies have named their side to face Monaghan in Round 7 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League on Sunday at 2pm in Blackhill Emeralds GAA, Castleblayney

    Sinead Cafferky will captain the team on Sunday.

     

    1

    Sorcha Murphy 

    Cill Chomain

    2

    Nicola O’Malley

    Westport

    3

    Nicola Meehan

    Charlestown

    4

    Danielle Caldwell

    Castlebar Mitchels 

    5

    Clodagh McManamon

    Burrishoole

    6

    Ciara McManamon

    Burrishoole

    7

    Ciara Whyte

    Kilmoremoy

    8

    Noirin Moran

    Westport

    9

    Dayna Finn

    Kiltimagh

    10

    Sinead Cafferky 

    Kilmovee Shamrocks 

    11

    Lisa Cafferky

    Kilmovee Shamrocks 

    12

    Tamara O’Connor 

    Cill Chomain

    13

    Roisin Durkin

    Swinford Killasser

    14

    Rachel Kearns

    C.L.McHale Rovers

    15

    Grace Kelly 

    Moy Davitts

    16

    Laura Brennan 

    Hollymount 

    17

    Fiona Doherty 

    Moy Davitts

    18

    Rebecca Waldron 

    Davitts

    19

    Allanah Duffy

    Hollymount 

    20

    Ella Brennan 

    Charlestown

    21

    Siobhan Wilson

    Moy Davitts

    22

    Emma Needham

    Louisburgh 

    23

    Roisin Flynn

    Knockmore

    24

    Natasha Gaughan

    Moy Davitts

    25

    Kathryn Sullivan

    Castlebar Mitchels 

    26

    Sarah Rowe

    Kilmoremoy

    27

    Eilis Ronayne

    Davitts

    28

    Amy Roddy 

    Kilmoremoy

    29

    Lisa McManamon

    Castlebar Mitchels 

    30

    Natalie Prendergast

    Louisburgh 

     

  • The Mayo team to play Westmeath on Sunday March 17th has been named@ 

    Throw in at 2pm

    Venue: Cusack Park, Mullingar 

    Ref: Gavin Corrigan

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    Laura Brennan 

    Hollymount 

     

    2

    Nicola O Malley

    Westport

     

    3

    Roisin Flynn

    Knockmore

     

    4

    Ella Brennan 

    Charlestown

     

    5

    Kathryn Sullivan

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    6

    Ciara McManamon

    Burrishoole

     

    7

    Danielle Caldwell

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    8

    Clodagh McManamon

    Burrishoole

     

    9

    Dayna Finn

    Kiltimagh

     

    10

    Sinead Cafferky 

    Kilmovee Shamrocks 

     

    11

    Tamara O Connor 

    Cill Chomáin

     

    12

    Niamh Kelly

    Moy Davitts

     

    13

    Fiona Doherty 

    Moy Davitts

     

    14

    Rachel Kearns

    C.L. McHale Rovers 

     

    15

    Grace Kelly 

    Moy Davitts

     

    16

    Michelle Treacy 

    Westport

     

    17

    Ann Sheridan

    Burrishoole

     

    18

    Lisa McManamon

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    19

    Siobhan Wilson

    Moy Davitts

     

    20

    Amy Halligan

    The Neale

     

    21

    Allanah Duffy

    Hollymount 

     

    22

    Louise Dervan 

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    23

    Ciara Whyte

    Kilmoremoy

     

    24

    Emma Needham

    Louisburgh 

     

    25

    Feena McManamon 

    Burrishoole

     

    26

    Maria Reilly

    Kiltane

     

    27

    Roisin Durkin

    Swinford Killasser

     

    28

    Cliodhna Mac Cabe

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    29

    Natasha Gaughan

    Moy Davitts

     

    30

    Rebecca Kiernan

    Parke Keelogues Crimlin

     

           
  • Ladies Connacht Minor Championship 
    Galway 3-10 Mayo 0-09 

    Ladies Connacht U16 Championship 
    Galway 1-09 Mayo 1-08 

    Ladies Connacht U14 Gold Final 
    Mayo 3-07 Galway 1-13 AET - Mayo won in a free taking competition after the sides were drawn after ordinary and extra time 

  • The Ladies Connacht Senior Football Final is live on Midwest Radio this Sunday as Mayo and Galway clash in Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar. 

    The game throws in at 4pm and Tom Carney and Michelle Corbett will bring us all the action as it happens. 

    The game is live with thanks to Corrigan's Ballintubber Stores.

  • In the Lidl Ladies National Football League, Mayo staged a comeback late in the game to secure a draw with Monaghan.

    The throw-in was delayed as the game was moved to the Monaghan Centre of Excellence.

    At half-time, the score was Monaghan 2-7 to Mayo's 5 points.

    Second-half goals from Natasha Gaughan and Sarah Rowe helped the Mayo side to a 2-15 apiece draw with Monaghan.

     

  • Mayo's Rachel Kearns is among the 45 nominees named this evening for the 2018 TG4 Ladies All-Star Football Team.

    Senior champions Dublin, who made history by claiming back-to-back titles on September 16, lead the way with 14 nominations, while runners-up Cork are honoured with 12 players on the list.

    There are eight nominations for Ulster champions Donegal, while Connacht champions Galway have three players included on the long list - Sinead Burke, Nicola Ward and Tracey Leonard.

    Kerry have two All-Star nominations while Mayo, Sligo, Tipperary, Cavan, Armagh and Tyrone have one player each on the list of nominees.

    Mayo's Rachel Kearns is nominated at right half-back, while Sligo goalkeeper Noelle Gormley is also included.

    One player will be chosen from three shortlisted in each of the 15 positions to make up the final selection.

    The 2018 TG4 All Star team will be announced at a gala banquet at the Citywest Hotel on Saturday, December 1, along with the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Players’ Player of the Year award winners, the Provincial Young Players of the Year and the 2018 inductee into the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) Hall of Fame.

     

     

     

  • It's yet another huge weekend across a variety of sporting codes in the region this Saturday and Sunday, and looking ahead to the major events, including a preview of the Mayo Junior championship, Michael D McAndrew and Cormac O'Malley give their take on what's ahead for the weekend. Watch the video preview here or check out the audio version below!

    Stay tuned to Midwest Radio this weekend and every weekend for the best sports coverage in the region!

     

  • A new supporters' club for Mayo Ladies Football has been announced. 

    The club, Mayo Mban, is an independent group of family, friends and supporters who have come together to help the Green and Red in their quest to win the All-Ireland title.

    In a statement today a spokesperson said: Mayo Mban pride ourselves on transparency and everything we do will be documented fully. We have a committee in place and will be unveiling some very imaginative projects in the coming days and weeks. We would like people in all corners of our great county and in every nook and cranny of the planet to become part of Mayo Mban and help our wonderful footballers climb the steps of the Hogan Stand in September.

    Details of how people can get involved will be released in the coming days.

    Jennifer Murphy (Chair)

    Angela Kearns (Vice Chair)

    Michael Gallagher (Secretary)

    Breda Kelly (Treasurer)

     

  • Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy is planning for the new season without all of the 12 players who left the county panel last summer, and has called for his team to be given time to develop.

    Eight players from county champions Carnacon as well as four other players and two mentors left the Mayo squad ten days before their All-Ireland quarter final clash with Cavan in June.

    The controversy contined over the Summer and eventually led to the Mayo County Board attempting to throw Carnacon out of the club championship - that ban was later overturned, and the club went on to claim their 19th county title in a row.

    As a result of the falling out, the 12 players who left the county panel will not form part of Peter Leahy’s inter-county panel in 2019, as he starts his preparation for the national league, which begins against Tipperary on Sunday 3 February.

     

     

     

  • Ladies Connacht Minor Championship 
    Roscommon 1-15 Mayo 0-12

  • Senior League Results Round 1 

     

    Division 1
    Charlestown 3-07                     Moy Davitts 4-21
    Kilmoremoy 2-07                      Castlebar Mitchels 1-16
    Knockmore 0-17                      Louisburgh 3-04
    Carnacon 1-13                         Hollymount 0-07

     

    Division 2
    Claremorris 1-08               Burrishoole 1-11
    Westport 2-14                Cill Chomain 1-06
    Kilmovee Shamrocks 0-02  St Brigid's 9-12
    Tour Mhic Éadaigh 2-02   Swinford Killasser 5-16

     

    Division 3A
    Parke KC 11-12              Claremorris B  2-05
    Breaffy 2-05                  St Marys 7-07
    Achill bye

     

    Division 3B
    Ballyhaunis 4-08     CL McHale Rovers 2-02
    Kilmeena 2-01       Davitts 7-17
    The Neale bye

  • Fourteen former players and backroom staff from the Mayo Ladies Senior team have released a statement outlining the reasons behind their departure from the Mayo LGFA squad earlier in the year.

    The twelve players and two backroom members presented a united front in the McWilliam Park Hotel on Monday night to outline their response to several points raised by Mayo manager Peter Leahy in a recent interview. It is the first time the group as a whole have spoken out on the issues which caused the split in the camp after Mayo's defeat to Galway in the Connacht Final in June.

    You can read the statement in full below.

     

     

    To begin we want to acknowledge what a great day Sunday was for ladies football; the crowd, standard of football and we offer congratulations to all six teams involved.  

    We as a group of fourteen people, the twelve players and two members of management who stepped away from the Mayo senior ladies set up in July 2018 would like to address the issues around our actions.  We have remained silent until now and appreciate that this left a space for speculation and rumour; we take responsibility for that. We had always hoped that our story would come out in a respectful, private setting but at this stage feel that we have no choice but to represent ourselves to ease our own conscience and to hopefully close the public discourse on this matter.

    Firstly, we want to be clear that regardless of timing or language or delivery of the message to leave the Mayo set up, all fourteen of us can categorically state that we left for the same reasons.  These reasons were in relation to player welfare issues that we witnessed or experienced in our time with the set up. We would like to be clear to everyone that these were not due to selection issues nor to one or two players.  Everyone involved in county panels, including us twelve players, are hugely competitive and of course want to be playing on the starting fifteen. However, to suggest that any player would encourage or expect a team mate to leave a panel because they were not on a starting fifteen, or indeed, that a player would leave because of such a request, is hugely disrespectful to us all as athletes and people.   

    Secondly, our reasons for stepping away from the Mayo panel were related to player welfare issues that were personal, and were sensitive.  Specifically, a number of players but most notably our captain Sarah Tierney has endured an extremely difficult relationship with the Mayo manager over the 2018 season.  Ultimately our issues related to a lack of communication, being undermined, intimidated, feeling isolated and eventually helpless in the entire situation. The whole experience had a significant impact on our mental health.  We used the terms ‘unhealthy’ and ‘unsafe’ and accept, and take responsibility for the implications of this language but for us, these are relevant terms and stepping away was the right decision. We will be judged for our decision but this was extremely important to us and something we had to take a stand on.  There is now widespread acceptance that player welfare is much more than having a physio, proper strength and conditioning, good pitches. We fought long enough for these basic conditions, and thankfully over the last few years, we have not had an issue with them – and equally in 2018 we had a good set up. Our issues were broader and deeper and dismissing them as ‘feelings’ is extremely unhelpful and careless.  We made a decision for ourselves, as amateur players, who absolutely love our sport, to step away from it. This decision was not taken lightly and our intention was never to cause upset for anyone rather to protect the wellbeing of each other.

    We appreciate that not every player may have experienced or witnessed these issues and also we appreciate that a number of us did not address these fully with the rest of the Mayo panel. Despite this, many of the remaining panel did attend a players meeting on Saturday July 7th and did agree that there were issues at play.  Secondly, an opportunity for all of the departed players and current players to sit down and discuss the situation on Sunday July 8th was ultimately pulled by the county board and others.  In addition, mediation, which was another opportunity for engagement and agreement (even to disagree) was hindered by what we believe was an unfair process.

    At this point, we are completely disillusioned and our attempts to remain dignified after such a significant decision have been undermined. When we raised our issues they were dismissed, when mediation failed we were let go and now we feel we are being portrayed as weak, hysterical, hyper sensitive people when in reality we made a choice for ourselves, and felt strong enough to do so.  What does the reaction say to people who want to ever speak up, who ever want to raise an issue that this is how we handle it? We must be able to tell all players that their opinions, their feelings and their experiences matter. We must be able to listen when they have a problem with structures in place. We must not publicly shame them or indeed ban them from doing what they love before we hear what they have to say properly and before we consider player welfare in its truest sense.  

    We do appreciate that all parties have been affected, especially our fellow team mates.  They have expressed this and now we have too. One of the saddest outcomes of the whole thing is that there has been a serious strain put on friendships.  We were within our rights to walk away from something that we felt was wrong and whatever people may ultimately think, we were pushed to a stage where the right option, the healthy option, was to remove ourselves.  Finally, we have been and will continue to be proud Mayo people. We have been privileged and honoured to represent Mayo and always will only want the best and have the highest expectations for anyone who takes to the field in a Mayo jersey.

    We hope this answers the questions which have been in the public sphere and we as a group hope that this will bring an end to a very tough time in all our lives.  We do not wish to comment any further.

    SIGNED

    Sarah Tierney

    Fiona McHale

    Denise McDonagh

    Shauna Howley

    Marie Corbett

    Cora Staunton

    Elaine Murphy

    Doireann Hughes

    Martha Carter

    Amy Dowling

    Saoirse Walsh

    Sadbh Larkin

    Orla Conlon

    Michael McHale