Mayo GAA

  • Former Mayo footballer Anthony Finnerty joined Michael D. McAndrew this afternoon to pick his best 15 team.

    A playing career with Mayo spanning from the early 1980's to 1996 meant the Mayo man had plenty to choose from.

    The Moygownagh native reflected on the difficulty facing his life not only from a GAA perspective but also as a publican and teacher.

    Now living in his adopted home of County Galway, Anthony is hopeful that GAA facilities like walkways will soon open up.

    Here is Anthony’s best 15:

    Pat Comer
    Kenneth Mortimer
    Seamus Moynihan
    Keith Higgins
    Paidi O’Se
    Tomas Tierney
    Martin O’Connell
    Jack O’Shea
    Anthony Tohill
    Ciaran McDonald
    Larry Tompkins
    Pat Spillane
    Peter Canavan
    Padraic Joyce
    Maurice Fitzgerald


    You can listen to Anthony's chat with Michael D today by clicking on the link below.

  • Anthony Nolan from Wicklow has been appointed as the referee for Sunday’s final round of the football league between Mayo and Donegal.

    It’s a do-or-die clash for both sides with the losers dropping down a division for next season.

    Midwest Radio will have full live commentary of the game from Ballybofey on Sunday with Michael D. McAndrew & David Brady on duty.

    Our coverage is with thanks to Healthwest Community Pharmacy Ballindine.

  • Anthony Nolan has been confirmed as the referee for Sunday’s Allianz National Football League Division 1 encounter between Mayo and Galway.

    The Wicklow man officiated, last year’s All-Ireland Quarter Final replay between Mayo and Roscommon.

    Sunday’s Round 3 clash in Salthill gets underway at 2pm.

    Galway have had a 100% record so far, whereas Mayo won their opener but lost by three points at the weekend to Kerry.


    Ardmoy MacHales           1-11 v 1-10        Crossmolina Deel Rovers

  • Mayo U21 B Semi-Finals
    Ardnaree 3-17 Burrishoole 2-14 AET 
    Charlestown 6-13 Ballyhaunis 3-06 

    South Mayo Brennan Cup Final  
    Claremorris 3-17 Garrymore 1-20 

  • Aurivo Co-Op has announced its continued support for Mayo GAA, as it renews its sponsorship of the Mayo GAA Senior Club Championship under the Connacht Gold brand.

    The Co-op will also continue sponsorship of the Mayo GAA underage competitions under its Homeland retails stores brand for 2019.


  • Mayo Junior A Football Final 
    Balla 1-12 
    Achill 1-07

  • Ger Cafferkey has announced his retirement from the inter-county game.

    He is the second Mayo player, after Andy Moran, to retire after the 2019 season.

    The Mayo full back made over 100 appearances for his county, collected 6 Connacht medals and was named an All Star in 2012. 

    Ger made his debut under John O'Mahoney against New York in 2009 but enjoyed his best days during James Horan's first stint as manager.

    Ballina Stephenite's Michael Kilkenny has thanked the iconic Mayo number three for his dedication and service to both his club and county.


  • Mayo U21 C Championship

    Ballinrobe 2-13 0-13 Ballintubber

  • Connacht Gold Senior Football Final
    Ballintubber 0-12 
    Breaffy 1-08 

    Egan Jewellers Intermediate Final 
    Belmullet 2-10 
    Burrishoole 0-09 


  • Mayo County Senior Semi-Final 
    Castlebar Mitchels 1-12 
    Ballintubber 1-12 


  • County Senior Football Semi-Final replay 
    Ballintubber 0-16 Castlebar Mitchels 0-15 AET 

  • Gaelic footballer Ciaran Gavin from Mayo was among the 56 international athletes to receive the Limerick Institute of Technology Sports Scholarship for this academic year. 


    The recipients were honoured at a special event at LIT, Moylish Campus yesterday, during which keynote speaker World Rugby Referee and former LIT Sport Scholarship recipient Joy Neville spoke of the value of sports scholarships and the opportunities open to the recipients during their time at LIT.


    In its third year, the new LIT’s Sports Scholarship Programme provides athletic support, focuses on individual welfare, and includes off-field mentoring and education support to its recipients.


    This year’s recipients excel at a number of sports including basketball, camogie, hurling, Gaelic football, handball, rugby, kickboxing and swimming.

  • Mayo Junior Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta 
    Ballycastle 4-06 Tourmakeady 1-09
    Cill Chomain 2-05 Achill 1-04 

  • In the Intermediate final Ballyhaunis saw off Burrishoole to take another step closer to promotion to the senior championship.

    Keith Higgins anchored the team in defence and Eamonn Philips and co. did the damage up front.

    Ballyhaunis manager Seamus Caulfield was ecstatic with his team’s application to the game plan.


  • Ballyhaunis GAA are on the lookout for a new senior football manager.

    The club say they are seeking expressions of interest for the post.

    All interested parties should contact the club secretary on 086-8553310 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    The deadline for receipt of interest is Friday December 21st.

  • Barry Cassidy has been confirmed as the referee for Mayo and Dublin in round 2 of the Allianz National Football League on Saturday.

    The Derry match official has been confirmed as the man in the middle for Saturday’s clash in Elverys MacHale Park.

    Throw-in is at 7pm and it will be part of a double header with Mayo & Dublin ladies meeting at 5pm.

    Both games will be live on Midwest Radio Sport with thanks to Ceramic City Tiles & Bathrooms Castlebar, Sligo & Charlestown helping to tackle your bathroom with their newly designed showrooms.

  • 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.