Mayo Camogie

  • There has been a great response so far to the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign lots of people are committing to getting active in January 2021 by moving for 2,021 seconds each day or as often as they can – it's just under 34 minutes!  

     

    Mayo Sports Partnership has been a long-time supporter of all sports including Mayo Camogie and its clubs within the county and is encouraged to see the positive take up of activity.  

     

    Charlie Lambert, Mayo Sports Partnership said “The #Move4MayoCamogie Campaign is a great way to get moving in the New Year and there are so many ways for people to get active and stay active.  

    January is a month where traditionally people take up new sports or hobbies and it's great to see an organisation like Mayo Camogie encouraging people to get out and active as well as supporting charity.”  

     

    Run, walk, cycle, swim, jog, skip, play games, practice skills – whatever you want to do! The important thing is to get moving. Support the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign on iDonate – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie2021 or ask for sponsors to donate to the campaign!  

     

    You don’t have to be a player or even connected to a club to get involved – this is for everyone!  

     

    With four active Camogie clubs in Mayo and county teams from Under 14 up to adult level, Mayo Camogie is a growing sport. With this campaign, Mayo Camogie are hoping to raise funds to not only support club and county players to grow and develop, but also to support the great work of a charity, important to all of us.  

     

    15% of all monies raised through the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign will be given to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.  

     

    To find out more information and to participate in the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign visit www.mayocamogie.com/move4mayocamogie - get moving, share your updates on social media using the hashtag #move4mayocamogie and if you would like you can register your activity!  

     

    To support the campaign please visit – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie2021  

  • There has been a great response to the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign so far this month. With two weeks still to go before the end of January, there is lots of time left to get involved. Get yourself and your family active by moving for 2,021 seconds each day or as often as they can – it's just under 34 minutes!  

    The campaign has raised just over 60% of its target amount and needs your help to get the rest of the way – in order to support the development of camogie in Mayo and the great work of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.  

    Run, walk, cycle, jog, skip, play games, practice skills – whatever you want to do! The important thing is to get moving. Support the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie2021 or ask for sponsors to donate to the campaign!  

    You don’t have to be a player or even connected to a club to get involved – this is for everyone!  

    With four active Camogie clubs in Mayo and county teams from Under 14 up to adult level, Mayo Camogie is a growing sport. With this campaign, Mayo Camogie are hoping to raise funds to not only support club and county players to grow and develop, but also to support the great work of a charity, important to all of us.  

    15% of all monies raised through the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign will be given to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.  

    For more on the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign, visit www.mayocamogie.com/move4mayocamogie - get moving, share your updates on social media using the hashtag #move4mayocamogie.  

    To support the campaign please visit – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie2021

  • History has been made in Abbeydorney for Mayo Camogie. The first ever time lining out in the All Ireland U16C series & a victory away to Kerry in the first round. An amazing performance -full of passion & determination against a strong Kerry side saw the Mayo girls hold on to a one point victory in the end. Mayo 3.8 Kerry 4.4

  • Mayo Camogie have announced the appointment of Jimmy Lyons as Junior Team Manager for 2021.

    The appointment was ratified at the recent meeting of Mayo Camogie County Board.

    It will be an exciting year ahead for Mayo Camogie who will be in group 2 of Division 4.

    Mayo will get their campaign up and running with a clash away to neighbours Roscommon on Saturday May 15th before home games against Kildare and Louth.

    Jimmy told Midwest Sport today that he is relishing the season ahead.

  • There has been a great response so far to the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign lots of people are committing to getting active in January 2021 by moving for 2,021 seconds each day or as often as they can – it's just under 34 minutes!  

     

    Mayo Sports Partnership has been a long-time supporter of all sports including Mayo Camogie and its clubs within the county and is encouraged to see the positive take up of activity.  

     

    Charlie Lambert, Mayo Sports Partnership said “The #Move4MayoCamogie Campaign is a great way to get moving in the New Year and there are so many ways for people to get active and stay active.  

    January is a month where traditionally people take up new sports or hobbies and it's great to see an organisation like Mayo Camogie encouraging people to get out and active as well as supporting charity.”  

     

    Run, walk, cycle, swim, jog, skip, play games, practice skills – whatever you want to do! The important thing is to get moving. Support the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign on iDonate – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie2021 or ask for sponsors to donate to the campaign!  

     

    You don’t have to be a player or even connected to a club to get involved – this is for everyone!  

     

    With four active Camogie clubs in Mayo and county teams from Under 14 up to adult level, Mayo Camogie is a growing sport. With this campaign, Mayo Camogie are hoping to raise funds to not only support club and county players to grow and develop, but also to support the great work of a charity, important to all of us.  

     

    15% of all monies raised through the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign will be given to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.  

     

    PRO of the Mayo Camogie Board Caroline Kelly has been giving more details to Midwest Radio’s Michael D. McAndrew.

     

  • All-Ireland U16 C Camogie Semi-Final 
    Mayo 3-10 
    Roscommon 2-12 

    Mayo will face Carlow in Final

  • Mayo Camogie have announced the appointment of Jimmy Lyons as Junior Team Manager for 2021. The appointment was ratified at the recent meeting of Mayo Camogie County Board.

    In 2019, Jimmy was a selector with the Na Brideoga team, which he now currently manages, when they made history by capturing the All-Ireland Junior B title. The team now plays at Junior A level in Galway.

    His success at Inter-county level for Mayo in Gaelic Football include winning Connacht medals in all grades and an All-Ireland Minor title in 1978.

    As a coach/manager he has led Aghamore to notable successes, including two Mayo U21 A titles in 2015 & 16, a senior Division 2 league title in 2015 and several championships and leagues at underage level. He has also managed Western Gaels to two Division 1 league titles in Roscommon.

    GAA is a strong tradition in the Lyons family in Aghamore with Jimmy’s sons, James and Robert, both playing at senior level for Aghamore, his daughter, Rachel, plays for St Mary’s senior ladies football team and the Na Brideoga camogie team, and daughter Martha plays with Melbourne Wolfe Tones.

    The new Junior Team manager will be assisted by Sinead Muldoon (Westport) and Ger Doherty (Na Brideoga) as his backroom team for the 2021 season.

  • All-Ireland U16 C Camogie Championship 
    Mayo 5-3 
    Cavan 0-02

    Roscommon 3-12 
    Kerry 3-11 

  • All-Ireland Under 16A Championship Semi-Finals:

    Cork (2-10) Wexford (2-05)

    Galway (7-09) Kilkenny (2-07)

     

    All-Ireland Under 16B Championship Semi-Finals:

    ‪ ‪Carlow (1-05) Waterford (3-17)

    Laois (1-09) Limerick (2-07)

     

    All-Ireland Under 16C Championship Semi-Finals:

    Cavan (2-04) Roscommon (2-06)

    Kerry (3-08) Mayo (2-09)

  • All-Ireland Under 16C Championship Final

    Carlow 3-11 Mayo 0-8

  • All-Ireland Minor A Championship Group 2

    Galway 1-11 Cork 1-11

     

    All-Ireland Minor C Championship Semi-Final

    Kerry 2- 06 Mayo 1-05

     

  • All Ireland Minor A Championship Grp 1:
    Clare 3 13 Offaly 0 9

    All Ireland Minor A Championship Grp 2:
    Tipperary 3 14 Dublin 2 9

    All Ireland Minor B Championship Grp 1:
    Laois 4 14 Roscommon 1 4
    Meath 0 9 Kildare 2 2

    All Ireland Minor B Championship Grp 2:
    Derry 3 6 Westmeath 2 9

    All Ireland Minor C Championship:
    Wicklow 1 5 Mayo 4 7
    Kerry 0 11 Tyrone 2 9

  • AIB All-Ireland Junior B Club Championship Semi-Final:

    Clontibret (Monaghan) (2-11) Fullen Gaels (Britain) (4-03)
    Na Brídeoga (Mayo) (0-11) Ratoath (Meath) (4-04)

  • All Ireland U16A Camogie Championship Group 1: Galway 5-16, Tipperary 1-4 Change of Referee; Limerick 1-7, Wexford 2-9 ;

    All Ireland U16B Camogie Championship Group 1: Laois 2-4, Kildare 0-9 Change of Time; Offaly 5-12, Armagh 0-10 Change of Referee;

    All Ireland U16B Camogie Championship Group 2: Down 0-1, Derry 13-17 ;

    All Ireland U16C Camogie Championship: Tyrone 4-18, Cavan 4-4 ; Carlow 5-14, Kerry 2-4 ; Mayo 1-5, Roscommon 4-9 ;

    U16B Reserve Competition Group 2: Cork 2-9, Clare 0-4 ;

  • All-Ireland Minor C Camogie Championship 
    Tyrone 2-11 Mayo 0-4