Barry Cassidy

  • Barry Cassidy from Derry has been confirmed as the referee for the opening League game between Mayo and Roscommon on Saturday night.

    The game will take place under lights in MacHale park at 7pm.

    The clash will be broadcast live on Midwest Radio Sport where Michael D. McAndrew will be joined alongside John Maughan.

  • Barry Cassidy has been confirmed as the referee for the clash of Mayo and Dublin in Round 4 of the Allianz National Football League on Saturday night.

    The Derry man was the man in charge for Mayo’s opening league game against Roscommon at the end of January.

    Mayo will be aiming to make it four wins from four while the All-Ireland Champions will be looking to get back on track after losing two of their opening three games.

    Saturday nights’ game will be live on Midwest Radio Sport as part of a double header as we will also have live coverage of the Mayo & Dublin ladies clash in the Lidl League.

  • Barry Cassidy from Derry has been confirmed as the referee for Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Final.

    Galway captain Damien Comer has been ruled out of Sunday’s Connacht SFC final against Roscommon.

    Comer has not played a single minute of football for Galway in 2019, his absence stemming from an ankle injury incurred during a St Stephen’s Day soccer game.

    The game in Salthill will be preceded by the Connacht Junior Football Final between Galway and Mayo at 1pm.

    Mayo will be vying to win their first Connacht title at this grade since 2016.

  • Times, dates and referees all confirmed for Mayo and Roscommon’s games at the weekend.

    The Rossie’s will take on Dublin in Croke Park at 7pm on Saturday evening as part of a double header with cork and Tyrone.

    Barry Cassidy will referee the encounter between the Rossies and the Dubs, with Roscommon looking to recover from the Tyrone match.

    Mayo will take on Meath on Sunday at 2pm with Down referee Ciaran Brannigan confirmed as the referee for this crucial clash.

    The game will act as a curtain raiser for the Donegal Kerry game at 4pm.

    Mayo need a win if they are to go into the final round of games against Donegal with an All-Ireland semi-final spot at stake.