Grace Kelly

  • Bohola sisters Grace & Niamh Kelly will return home from Perth next week.

    Grace sustained a serious knee injury a month ago for the West Coast Eagles but says the surgery went well and she will now be able to fly home to Ireland.

    The Moy Davitts ace, 25, joined her younger sister Niamh, 24, at women’s AFL side West Coast Eagles last year.

    The sisters will be hoping to line out for Mayo in the Championship this season if there is a campaign with the Coronavirus bringing action to a halt.

    Speaking to Midwest Sport today, Grace says it's been a hectic few weeks but is really looking forward to returning home to Mayo next week.

    The full interview with Michael D McAndrew can be heard on this Sunday's Sport Show.

  • Mayo forward Grace Kelly has been honoured with The Croke Park/LGFA Player of the Month award for July.  


    Grace, 25, is busy preparing for Mayo’s TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final against Galway at Croke Park on Sunday, August 25, but she took time out of her busy schedule to accept the award from Peter O’Curry, Sales and Marketing Executive, The Croke Park, this afternoon.


    Grace was superb during the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship qualifiers in July, as Mayo bounced back from their Connacht Final replay defeat at the hands of Galway to qualify for the knock-out stages of the All-Ireland series.


    In Mayo’s first Group 4 outing against Tyrone, Grace scored 1-3, including two pointed frees, as Peter Leahy’s team claimed a crucial 3-14 to 3-11 victory over the hosts at Healy Park, Omagh.


    Grace, from the Moy Davitts club, followed that up with a haul of 0-8, including four pointed frees, in a Player-of-the-Match display against Ulster Champions Donegal in Tullamore.


    Those victories saw Mayo finish on top of Group 4, as the 2017 Finalists advanced to play Armagh in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Quarter-Finals.


    Last Saturday, at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park in Longford, Grace was influential again as she contributed two points in a three-point victory over the Orchard County, to help Mayo through to the last four of the competition, and a repeat meeting with old rivals Galway.


    Mayo, captained by Grace’s sister Niamh, will take on Galway on August 25 at Croke Park, in what is the first game of a mouth-watering semi-final double-bill. That game is fixed for 2pm, with TG4 All-Ireland Senior Champions Dublin to meet Lidl NFL Division 1 holders Cork at 3.45pm, in what is a repeat of the 2018 All-Ireland Senior Final.


    Tickets are available for both games at