Mayo GAA

  • Mayo U21 A Championship

    Group 1

    Claremorris 2-16 Ballina Stephenites 1-09


    Group 2

    Westport 0-16 Belmullet 1-06


    U21 B Championship

    Group 2

    Charlestown Sarsfields 0-12 Aghamore 0-11

    Ardnaree 1-15 Kiltimagh 0-12


    U21 C Championship

    Group 1

    Garrymore 2-12 Burrishoole 1-08


    Group 2

    Davitts 1-12 Swinford 0-07


    U21 D Championship

    Group 1

    Kilmeena 1-16 Hollymount-Carramore 0-15


    U21 E Championship

    Group 1

    Tourmakeady 4-13 Achill 1-11

    Bonniconlon 4-13 Shrule/Glencorrib 0-13


    Mayo Minor A Football Final

    Knockmore 3-7 Castlebar Mitchels 1-09


    U15 Division 1 Cup Final

    Westport 3-10 Breaffy 3-08


    U15 Division 2 Cup Final

    Eastern Gaels 4-10 Aghamore 3-10


    U15 Division 3 Cup Final

    Cill Chomain 3-09 Ardmoy McHales 2-09


  • Lidl National Football League Division 1

    Mayo 0-12 Dublin 2-8

    Cork 2-13 Westmeath 1-6

    Monaghan 1-4 Donegal 1-7

    Kerry 1-6 Galway 1-14


    Lidl National Football League Division 2

    Cavan 3-4 Tipperary 1-13

    Waterford 2-13 Sligo 2-5

    Armagh 6-14 Tyrone 0-8

    Laois 3-11 Clare 3-10


    Lidl National Football League Division 3

    Down 1-12 Offaly 1-11

    Meath 7-29 Leitrim 2-5

    Wexford 2-7 Roscommon 1-6

    Kildare 5-16 Longford 0-5


    Lidl National Football League Division 4

    Derry 1-9 Louth 3-13

    Fermanagh 2-12 Carlow 2-10

    Kilkenny 0-0 Limerick 4-23

    Wicklow 3-16 Antrim 1-3

  • South Mayo Junior A Championship Final

    Hollymount-Carramore 1-13 Davitts 1-12


    South Mayo Junior B Championship Final

    Garrymore 2-12 Claremorris 0-06


    North Mayo Junior B Championship

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers 2-11 Ballina Stephenites 0-16


    East Mayo Junior Championship

    Kilmovee Shamrocks 4-18 Swinford 2-06


    North Mayo U21 A Championship

    Belmullet 1-11 Naomh Padraig 0-10


    Homeland U16 F Championship

    Westport 1-09 Aghamore 0-07


    Homeland U14 F Championship

    Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin 4-10 Breaffy 4-04

  • Mayo 1-9   2-5   Meath

  • U21 C Championship Group 3





    Mayo Gaels

    South Mayo U21 Brennan Cup Group 1






    Under 5 league Division 2 Cup

    Naomh Padraig




    Mayo Gaels

    Under 15 League Division 3 Cup

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers





    Under 15 League Division 4 Cup

    Kilmovee Shamrocks






    Matrix Bathrooms U17 Hurling League G1

    Carrick Hurling Club (St Marys)





    Under 13 League 3 Cup 2018





    Eastern Gaels

  • Two Mayo players who picked up injuries in Sunday’s Allianz League clash with Tyrone are still undergoing assessment on those injuries.

    A spokesperson for Mayo GAA told Midwest Sport that Lee Keegan will get specialist opinion and medical imaging on a shoulder injury to assess the extent of the damage picked up.

    Meanwhile Cillian O’Connor will undergo further assessment on his hamstring injury.

    Mayo face a crucial away clash against Donegal on Sunday, where a loss would relegate them to Division Two.


  • Lee Keegan is likely to miss Mayo's Connacht Championship quarter final with Galway.

    The former footballer of the year suffered a dislocated shoulder during Mayo's Division One defeat to Tyrone last week.

    It's understood that Cillian O'Connor will be fit in time for the May 13th meeting at MacHale Park, despite sustaining a hamstring injury last weekend.

  • Former Mayo star Liam McHale has been announced today as the new manager of Athlone GAA Club's senior football team.

    The legendary Mayo midfielder’s coaching involvement includes working alongside fellow Mayo man Kevin McStay as part of the Roscommon management set-up until the 2019 season.

    McHale was involved with the Mayo from 1985 until 1999 and won 8 Connacht titles, an All-star award and was famously red carded in the 1996 All-Ireland final replay against Meath.

    McHale was also a part of Kevin McStay's management team when they guided St Brigid's club in Roscommon to All Ireland senior glory in 2013.

  • Mayo GAA have a very limited number of General Admission tickets for sale today for the Mayo v Kildare game tomorrow evening in Newbridge. They will be on sale from the office in Elverys MacHale Park from 11-1pm. There is a very limited number of tickets for sale and tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis.


  • Car Parks            

    Thurles Sarsfields, Racecourse Rd.

    Thurles Crokes, Racecourse Road.

    LIT Thurles.

    Thurles Greyhound Stadium.

    VEC ground.

    Durlas Og Ground, Abbey Rd.  

    Thurles Cattle Mart, Cabra Road.

    Industrial Estate, Stradavoher.

    Steve Smees Field, Holycross Rd.

    Parnell St Car park.

    Liberty Square Car Park.

    Slievenamon Road Car Park.

    St Patrick College, Cathedral St.

    Munster Hotel Car park, Cathedral St.




  • Mayo will make the trip to Clones on Sunday to take on Monaghan at 2pm in Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.

    Mayo will be looking for their second win of the campaign but are up against an in-form Monaghan team.

    Midwest Radio will have full live commentary of the game with Conor Mortimer joining Michael D. McAndrew.

    Our League Coverage is with thanks to Ceramic City, Castlebar, Charlestown and Sligo "Like the Mayo Team, quality speaks for itself".

  • Mayo GAA and Mayo County Council have confirmed that progress continues to be made on the Lough Lannagh facility which was announced previously and which is being advanced as a partnership project. 

    Due diligence work on the site has been completed and the purchase of the site is being finalised.

    The intention is that the project will move to planning in February 2020.   

    The site is adjacent to Lough Lannagh and the new Castlebar Swimming Pool and close to the Castlebar Campus of GMIT.

    The project will form part of a state-of-the-art sport, tourism and recreation hub.

  • The gates will open at 3.30 for the Mayo match on Saturday for an unconfirmed music artist.

    Connacht Council GAA Secretary John Prenty, confirmed to Midwest Sport that the gates would open early to facilitate fans going to the 6pm throw-in, to avail of the music act before the game gets underway.

    All tickets are allocated for the Green and Red’s clash with the Donegal as both teams seek an elusive All-Ireland semi-final spot.

    Donegal need a draw or more, while Mayo must win to advance to the last four and set up a meeting with the winners of Tyrone and Dublin.

    We’ll have live coverage of the game on Midwest Radio from half past five.

  • The Mayo U20’s will play the Donegal U20s this Saturday at 2pm in MacHale Park.

    Mayo triumphed over Derry at the weekend and are currently unbeaten in the developmental league.

    If they win this game they'll be in the final of the Leo Murphy cup the following weekend playing the winners of Antrim v Louth

    Mayo U20 manager Mike Solan says he may make a few changes for the Donegal game

  • A man who died in a road collision earlier this week on the N5 will be laid to rest on Monday.

    Frank Walsh of Treenlaur, Kiltimagh died when the car he was driving collided with an articulated truck on the N5 at Swinford near the Applegreen.

    Frank’s remains will repose at O’Hora’s Funeral Home Kiltimagh tomorrow evening from 5.30 until 8pm.

    He will be laid to rest following 12 noon Funeral Mass in the Church of the Holy Family, Kiltimagh on Monday in Kilkinure Cemetery, Kiltimagh.

  • David McConn and Tom Phillips were last night appointed as joint managers of the Mayo U21 hurling team.

    The Ballyhaunis pair were officially ratified last night by delegates at the County Board meeting.

    And Jarlath Trench was officially ratified as Mayo Junior Football manager at last night’s meeting.

    The Davitts club man has been busy preparing ahead of Mayo’s opening championship game on Wednesday May 2nd.

    Mayo will face Leitrim that evening in Charlestown.

    The Connacht Junior final will then take place on Sunday May 13th at 2pm as a curtain raiser to the Connacht senior clash between Mayo & Galway.




  • Monaghan referee Martin McNally has been appointed to officiate this Sunday’s Allianz National Football League meeting between Mayo & Kildare.

    The game in Newbridge gets underway at 2pm on Sunday, and it will be live here on Midwest Radio Sport with thanks to Healthwest Community Pharmacy Ballindine.

    Michael D. McAndrew will be on commentary duty alongside former Mayo star David Brady on analysis.

    Kildare have yet to pick up a win in Division 1 while Mayo will be aiming to get back to winning ways having lost their last three encounters.

    Elsewhere, on Sunday high flying Galway entertain Monaghan at 12.30 in Pearse Stadium.

    In Division 2, Roscommon will be hoping to keep their promotion push on when they travel to Ennis to face Clare at 2pm on Sunday.

    In Division 3, Sligo will need a win to gain breathing space away from the relegation zone when they host Longford on Sunday with a 2pm start time in Markievicz Park.

    On Saturday afternoon in Division 4, London host Leitrim at 1pm.

    A dress rehearsal for the Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B final will take place this Sunday in Ballycran.

    Down and Mayo will meet again the following weekend for the right to achieve silverware so early in the season.

    Sunday’s clash gets underway at 2.30pm.

    In Division 1B of the hurling League All-Ireland Champions host Limerick at 2.30 in Pearse Stadium.

    In 3A of the Hurling League Roscommon host Warwickshire at 1pm in Dr. Hyde Park.

    In Division 3B, Sligo travel to Fermanagh and Leitrim host Cavan.

    Both of those games get underway at 2.30pm on Sunday.

    In the Lidl Ladies National Football League on Sunday the Mayo Ladies will look to get back to winning ways when they face Monaghan.

    It’s a home game for Mayo with a 2pm start but a venue has yet to be confirmed.

    Galway will look to make it back to back wins when they travel to Mullingar on Sunday to face Westmeath at 1pm.

    In Division 2, Sligo host Laois at 2pm.

    While in Division 3, Roscommon travel to Longford, and Leitrim host Down.

    Both games start at 2pm on Sunday.

  • Trench Cup Final 
    Mary Immaculate 2-14 
    WIT 1-16 

    Plenty of Mayo involvement in the Mary Immaculate team - James McNeive from Knock, Ciaran McManamon from Burrishoole and Darragh McConnell from Tourmakeady

  • The match referee has been confirmed for Mayo’s 4th round Allianz league clash with Monaghan this weekend.

    Anthony Nolan of Wicklow will be the man in the middle for Sunday afternoon’s encounter.

    Nolan famously refereed Mayo’s draw with Donegal in the 2018 Allianz football league, where a Kevin McLoughlin point relegated the men from the hills.

    Midwest Radio will have full live commentary of Sunday’s encounter from 2pm with thanks to Ceramic City.

    Our match commentator is John Lynch and he will be joined on the mic by Conor Mortimer.

  • Maurice Deegan has been confirmed as the referee for the meeting of Mayo and Galway on Saturday evening in Castlebar in Round 5 of the Allianz National Football League.

    The Division 1 billing gets underway at 7.15pm and will be live on Midwest Radio Sport.

    The match will preceded by the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 meeting also between Mayo and Galway getting underway at 5pm.