Mayo GAA

  • Re-fixture details are expected tomorrow for the Allianz Football and Hurling League games which were postponed last weekend due to weather conditions.

    The football games will go ahead next weekend, as it was a free weekend for Allianz Football League games.

    Mayo will face Kildare in Newbridge.

    Meanwhile the Mayo hurlers were due to play Down in their final group game in the hurling league Division 2B. They have already qualified for the final of that division and that final was due to go ahead next Sunday. Details will be announced tomorrow of the revised fixtures for those games.

    Details of the refixed Lidl Ladies National Football League games will also be announced this week – Mayo were due to host Monaghan today.

     

  • O'Haire A Final

    St Gerald's Castlebar  9-08     St Colman's Claremorris 3-14


    O'Haire D Final

    St. Patrick's Lacken Cross 3-14  St. Joseph's Charlestown 1 -08

     

    First Year C Semi- Finals 

     Balla Sec School  5 -08  Davitt College Castlebar 3-06

    Gortnor Abbey Crossmolina 2-04   St Brendan's Belmullet  1 -04

     

    After 1st A Blitz in C.O.E Bekan

    St Colman's Claremorris will play St. Murdeach's Ballina in the 1st year final for the CIAN COLEMAN CUP Date TBA

  • Tyrone referee Sean Hurson will be the man in the middle for Mayo and Kerry's opening Super 8's clash in Fitzgerald Stadium, at 4 o'clock on Sunday.

    The Red Hand official refereed the division two final between Donegal and Meath earlier in the year and will officiate the match between James Horan and Peter Keane's men.

    Kerry will look to avenge two league losses to Mayo this year in Tralee and in Croke Park in the league final, while Mayo will look to continue their momentum from the qualifiers and come one step closer to an All-Ireland semi-final place.

    Mayo will play Meath in Croke Park on the following weekend and will host Donegal at home in the final round of the last eight competition.

    You can follow the game live on Midwest Radio, with live commentary from Michael D. McAndrew and Martin Carney with thanks to JJ Burke Car sales Ballinrobe.

  • David Gough has been confirmed as the referee for the Mayo Donegal Super 8’s tie at the weekend.

    The Meath man has refereed high profile matches in the past including the 2015 All-Ireland final meeting of Kerry and Dublin.

    Throw-in at MacHale Park is confirmed for 6pm for Saturday evenings sell out Super 8 tie.

    Mayo must win to stay in the championship, while Donegal need a draw or more.

    We’ll have live commentary and coverage of the game on Midwest Radio’s Sunday Sport, kicking off at half past five.

  • In the interest of safety for all concerned the football referee course for all new referees which was scheduled for this evening in Elverys MacHale Park has been postponed. It will continue next Wednesday night March 7th at 8pm.

     

  • Allianz Football League
    Division 1
    Mayo 1-19
    Kildare 1-12 

    Galway 0-17 
    Monaghan 0-10 

    Division 2
    Roscommon 2-19 
    Clare 2-12

    Division 3
    Sligo 0-18 
    Longford 2-12

    Allianz Hurling League
    Division 1B 
    Limerick 2-18
    Galway 1-19 

    Division 2B
    Down 3-19 
    Mayo 0-14

    Division 3A
    Roscommon 3-10 
    Warkwickshire 1-23

    Division 3B 
    Leitrim 6-21
    Cavan 3-07 

    Sligo 2-04 
    Fermanagh 0-09

  • Connacht U17 Football Championship 
    Roscommon 4-12 
    Mayo 0-11

    Galway 3-15 
    Sligo 0-10 

  • Boys Hurling Mini7s Final

    Final

    Aghamore NS 1-8 V 0-2 Gaelscoil Na Cruaiche` Cathair Na Mart

    Development Mini7s Hurling

    Final

    Dernabrook NS 5-3 V 2-1 Robeen Central NS

    Girls Camogie Mini7s Final

    Final

    Tooreen NS 5-6 V 0-2 Snugborough NS

  • Day 1 of the Cumann na mBunscol Football Finals took place in MacHale Park this evening (June 6), in damp conditions but the large crowds in attendance were treated to 7 thrilling finals.

    Results:

    Girls Division 5 (2 teacher schools)

    Coguala bt. Bangor

    Boys Div 5

    Derrinabroc bt. Carrowkennedy

     

    Girls Div 4 (3 teacher)

    Ballyheane bt. Lahardane

     

    Boys Div 4

    Cross bt. Kilmovee

     

    Girls Div 3 (4 teacher)

    Ardagh bt. Cong

     

    Girls Div 1B

    Scoil Raifteirí bt. Culleens

     

    Boys Div 1B

    Claremorris BNS bt. Breaffy, Ballina

     

    Our second day of finals will take place on Monday next, June 10th when a further 7 Cuman na mBunscol county titles will be up for grabs. Full fixtures and details are available on our website www.MayoSchools.com 

  • North Mayo U21 B Championship Final

    Cill Chomain 1-15 Crossmolina 3-05

     

    North Mayo U21 A Championship Semi-Final

    Knockmore 4-16 Ardmoy McHales 0-05

  • Mayo Senior Football League

    Division 5

    Hollymount-Carramore 7-13 Kilfian 0-13

    Eastern Gaels 0-11 Kiltimagh 1-05

     

    Division 6A

    Knockmore 8-13 Kilmovee Shamrocks 0-03

     

    Division 6B

    Balla 2-11 Mayo Gaels 1-04

    Bohola Moy Davitts 8-13 Westport 0-06

    Burrishoole 4-12 Islandeady 1-15

    Kilmeena 1-07 Louisburgh 1-06

  • Mayo Senior Football Championship
    Group 1
    Kiltane 0-07 Bohola Moy Davitts 0-06
    Breaffy 1-10 Davitts 0-07  

    Group 2
    Castlebar Mitchels 0-12 Ballina Stephenites 1-09 
    Aghamore 1-05 Westport 0-08 

    Group 3
    Ballintubber 0-18 Hollymount-Carramore 1-03
    Knockmore 1-09 Garrymore 1-05 

    Group 4
    Ballaghaderreen 2-10 Claremorris 1-12 
    Belmullet 0-8 Charlestown 0-7  

    Mayo Intermediate Championship 
    Group 1
    The Neale 0-16 Mayo Gaels 1-11 
    Ballyhaunis 1-09 Ballinrobe 0-07 

     

  • Mayo Senior Football League

    Division 1

    Castlebar Mitchels 1-16 Aghamore 0-10

    Ballina Stephenites 2-12 Garrymore 1-08

    Kiltimagh 3-11 Breaffy 2-11

    Knockmore 2-09 Charlestown Sarsfields 1-05

    Hollymount-Carramore 2-10 Crossmolina Deel Rovers 1-11

     

    Division 2

    Belmullet 3-12 Ardnaree 1-10

    Balla 0-12 Kiltane 0-12

    Ballaghaderreen 0-10 Islandeady 0-07

    Westport 1-16 Ballinrobe 0-16

    Bohola Moy Davitts 3-10 Davitts 2-11

    Kilmaine 3-11 Shrule/Glencorrib 2-09

     

    Division 3

    Burrishoole 2-12 Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin 1-14

    Bonniconlon 0-13 Kilmeena 0-12

    Lahardane 2-13 Mayo Gaels 1-10

     

    Division 5

    Kilfian 3-06 Eastern Gaels 2-09

  • Homeland Under 16 A Championship Cup

    Claremorris 6-05 Ballina Stephenites 2-16

    Kilmeena 2-08 Bohola Moy Davitts 0-13

     

    Homeland Under 16 B Championship Cup

    Breaffy 3-07 Belmullet 0-13

     

    Homeland Under 16 C Championship Cup

    Burrishoole 5-14 Cill Chomain 1-12

    Naomh Padraig 6-15 Eastern Gaels 4-16

     

    Homeland Under 16 D Championship Cup

    Aghamore 6-12 Ardmoy MacHales 4-13

  • SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER, 2019

    U21 E CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

    Cill Chomain      0-9 v 1-13         Bonniconlon

    U21 A CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

    Claremorris       2-12 v 0-11        Castlebar Mitchels

    U21 D CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

    Kilmeena           5-10 v 1-6         Erris St. Pats

    U21 C CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP 1

    Burrishoole        0-11 v 3-10        Ballintubber

    NORTH MAYO MINOR A CHAMPIONSHIP

    Knockmore        3-9 v 2-9           Béal an Mhuirthead

     

    SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER, 2019

    U21 D CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

    Ardmoy MacHales           3-5 v 1-9           Hollymount-Carramore

    U21 B CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL 2019

    Charlestown Sarsfields    1-12 v 0-16        Balla

  • Division 2 Boys Cup Semi-Final - South London 4-7 Westport 2-1
    Division 7 Boys Cup Semi-Final - Ballinlough 2-6 Aghamore 0-8 AET
    Division 11 Boys Cup Semi-Final - Eadestown 4-11 Parke-Keelogues-Crimlin 1-4
    Division 1 Girls Cup Semi-Final - Westport 2-4 Southern Gaels (Kerry) 1-3
    Division 1 Girls Cup Final Westport 0-05 Eire Og (Cork) 2-02 

  • All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Senior A Final 
    St Ronan's College Lurgan 1-10 
    Rice College Westport 1-09 

     

  • This keenly contested Mayo GAA secondary schools Junior Final produced some magnificent hurling with both teams giving their all at the splendid Ballyvary sports grounds.  Rice College started the better and with Aaron Ketterick and Tommy Scahill driving over early points the boys from the shores of Clew Bay took an early lead.  Scahill was brilliant from start to finish and his strength, skill and determination in front of goal caused all sorts of problems for the Ballyhaunis defence.  After ten minutes Scahill pounced again to riffle a pile-driver into Fiachra Glavey’s net after great work from corner forward Finn McKeown.  McKeown worked his socks off all afternoon and created chance after chance for the other five forwards.  Jack Deegan rallied Ballyhaunis Community School after sixteen minutes with a great solo effort but three consecutive wides proved costly when the East Mayo side were on top.  Four minutes later the deadly accurate inside forward line of Rice College delivered again.  Finn McKeown drove his effort across the goal and Scahill reacted first to raise his second green flag of the afternoon.  This time his lightning strike send Glavey the wrong way in the Ballyhaunis goal.  Two great points from Conal Hession and Diarmuid Philips kept Ballyhaunis Community School in touch before the break but a massive free from centre forward Cian Mulchrone from fifty yards out left the Westport lads 2-05 to 0-3 in front at the short whistle.

    Goals win matches and inside one minute of the restart Rice College had landed two more.  Tommy Scahill was unstoppable in front of goal and after thirty seconds he jinked around the full back to put more day light between the sides.  Man-of-the-match Scahill was out in front again a minute later after a brilliant defence splitting pass from Kevin Gannon and the sharpshooter nailed the sliothar to the bottom right corner of the net for his fourth goal of the afternoon.  It was an uphill struggle for an understrength Ballyhaunis Community School after that but to their credit they never gave up.  A goal from Ballyhaunis midfielder Declan Henry after ten minutes of the second half narrowed the gap after a great run down the right wing from James Doyle.  Scahill however stole-the-show and two further points from his stick pushed Rice College 4-09 to 1-03 in front and fifteen minutes still to play.  In the final quarter Ballyhaunis Community School rallied once again and hit 1-04 in the closing stages without reply.  Diarmuid Philips batted in a good goal from close range to reel the Westport school in and points from Conal Hession (3) and Jack Doyle kept them in the chase.  Wing back Rossa Horgan drove forward in the final seconds to steady the ship for Rice College and he hit the final score of the game from twenty five metres out to leave it Rice College Westport 4-11 Ballyhaunis Community School 2-07 at the finish.  

    Rice College Westport:

    Conor Galvin; Liuyi Chen, Jake Kelly, Declan Horgan; Eoghan Ketterick, Eanna Geraghty, Rossa Horgan (0-1); Padraig Murphy, Aaron Ketterick (0-1); Malcolm McEvilly, Cian Mulchrone (0-1), Keven Gannon (0-1); Finn McKeown (0-2), Tommy Scahill (4-04) Conor Walsh (0-2).  Subs: Darragh Slattery for Declan Horgan, Sean Scahill for Lui Yi Chen, Joe Sweet for Finn McKeown.

    Ballyhaunis Community School:

    Fiachra Glavey; James Dooney, Danny Hill, Cathal Greally; Danny Murray, Sean Morley, Conal Hession (0-4); Declan Henry (1-0), Diarmuid Philips (1-1); Kevin Durkin, Jack Deegan (0-1), Mark Mulkeen; Stephen Cannon, James Doyle (0-1), Nathan Collernan. Subs: Eddie Groarke for Cathal Greally, Eoin Ryan for Stephen Cannon, Micheal Finn Richardson for Fiachra Glavey, Fiachra Glavey for Mark Mulkeen.

     Ref: Ml McHale (Ballintubber)

    (Report by Adrian Hession)

  • Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly doesn't feel a Championship should take place this year if it puts public health in jeopardy.

    The Breaffy club man was speaking to Midwest Radio today and says his teammates are just following the guidelines and are being put under no pressure which is the correct move.

    Hennelly says while he would love to play football this year as long families are safe and the most vulnerable in society are protected that's the most important thing.

  • Connacht Senior Football FInal 
    Roscommon 1-13 Galway 0-12 

    Connacht Junior Football Final 
    Galway 1-07 Mayo 0-09