Ballina Town FC

  • Ballina Town are Calor Gas Super Cup Champions after they scored two goals in extra-time against Manulla.

    It finished in Solar 21 Park Ballina Town 2-0 Manulla.


    Another sports club in Ballina has had to issue a warning to people to stay off their grounds.

    Ballina Town FC say that reports had been received of people using the pitches at their facility in Belleek.

    Issuing an 'urgent reminder' that the pitches are currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the club said on their Facebook page “We have heard reports of people entering on club grounds and using the pitches recently.

    This is entirely without permission and must cease. The area will be monitored more regularly by gardaí over the coming weekend, so you have been warned.”

    It follows on from a call yesterday from Ballina Rugby Club that people were also using their grounds as well despite being off limits.

  • Connacht FA Summa Sports Champions Cup Final

    Carbury FC 2-1 Ballina Town


    Calor Gas Premier Cup - Round 1

    Ballyvary Blue Bombers 3-3 Ballina Utd ( Ballyvary won 5-3 on penalties)

    Iorras Aontaithe 2-1 Glenhest Rovers

    Partry Athletic 6-1 Snugboro Utd B

    Killala 2-2 Fahy Rovers (Fahy won 5-4 on penalties)

    Achill Rovers 3-0 Kilmore

    Moy Villa 14-2 Kiltimagh Knock Utd B

  • Ballina Town F.C. is seeking expressions of interest for the vacant position of first team manager.


    The North Mayo side are looking to appoint a successor to Mick Duffy who had phenomenal success with the club.


    Anyone interested in applying for the position should email their football CV to:

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  • In the Elverys Sports Super League last night Ballina Town recorded a 2-1 away to Ballyheane.

    Ballina remain in third position while Ballyheane are still hovering over the relegation drop zone.

  • Calor Gas Super Cup Quarter Finals


    Claremorris       v           Snugboro Utd

    Ballyglass          v           Straide & Foxford Utd

    Swinford            v           Manulla

    Castlebar Celtic  v           Ballina Town


    Matches to be played on weekend of 27th October 2019

  • Ballina Town F.C. have confirmed that Super League manager Mick Duffy and his back room team of Declan O’Connor and Tom Duffy have stepped down from their roles with the club. 


    Having taken over the side who were without silverware for 5 years the management team have since overseen an unprecedented amount of success winning five trophies during their tenure the last being yesterday’s Mayo Super Cup win which made it 3 in a row for the club, adding to the Superleague win last year and the Westaro divisional cup win earlier this year. 


    The Town won the Super Cup in extra-time against Manulla by 2-0 signing off Duffy’s term on a high.


    In a statement Ballina Town FC says they wish them well in the future and thank them for all their hard work they have put in during their tenure.

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    Westaro Masters League

    Division 1 - Play-off

    Manulla 3-2 Ballina Town

  • Mayo Oscar Traynor Team Manager Danny O'Leary has selected the following players to attend training on Friday next at 8.00pm in Solar 21 Park in preparation for the upcoming home and away matches v Galway.


    Westport Utd:  

    Garry Cunningham

    Cillian McGlade

    Joe Lawless

    Mark McDonagh

    Jack Murphy

    Phil Keegan

    Darren Browne

    Mikey O'Brien

    Jesper Frisch


    Ballina Town:

    Mark Duffy

    Derek Tansey

    Tommy Forde

    Dylan McKee

    Dylan Edwards


    Jamie Cawley

    Benny Lavelle


    Castlebar Celtic:

    Ultan McKenna

    Ioseph O'Reilly

    Jose Sola

    Jason Hunt

    Liam Flatley

    Jordan Loftus



    Ryan Connolly

    Conor Heneghan

    Evan Connolly



    Ben Edeh

    Imoh Atai


    Ballyhaunis Town:

    Hamad Althobhahey



    Chris Maughan

  • Westport United denied Celtic Super League honours at the weekend, with an industrious 2 – 1 victory over their local rivals.

    Celtic are still in search of an allusive 3 points to win the league.

    Meanwhile, Glenhest Rovers and Swinford will be playing Super League football next season.

    Premier League Champions Ballina Town B cannot be promoted as a B side to the top League.

    Swinford defeated Conn Rangers 5-3 to secure promotion, while Glenhest were promoted despite a 3-1 loss to Ballina Town B.

    Bangor Hibs and Achill Rovers are relegated to League One.

    In the League One Westport United B are Champions and receive promotion to the Premier League alongside Killala.

    Elsewhere, Ballyglass B and Claremorris B are relegated to League 2.

    Moy Villa are champions of League 2 and they are promoted to League one football for next season alongside Newport/Mulranny Wanderer’s.

  • Westport United captured the Oliver Kelleher Masters Cup last night with a 3-1 win over Ballina Town.

    Westport took an early 2-0 lead through goals from Danny Scahill and Mark McNally.

    Tom O'Connor pulled one back for Ballina in the second half before Colm Keane made it 3-1 to United.