Mayo GAA

  • Connacht Gold Super Cup 
    Round 1
    Westport Utd B 3-2 Ballyheane 
    Claremorris 4-1 Iorras Aontaithe 
    Castlebar Celtic 11-1 Straide & Foxford Utd
    Westport Utd 1-0 Manulla 

    Connacht Gold Premier Cup 
    Round 1
    Manulla B 6-2 Fahy Rovers 
    Claremorris B A-A Snugboro - after 25 minutes 
    Ballina Utd 0-2 Ballina Town B

     

     

  • U20 Development League 
    Mayo 5-15 Roscommon 1-11

    Connacht Minor Football Championship 
    Mayo 4-14 Roscommon 0-05 
    Galway 0-15 Sligo 1-10 

  • Electric Ireland Connacht GAA Minor Football Semi-final
    Wednesday 26 June 2019
    Sligo v Mayo
    Throw in: 7.30pm

    Venue: Elvery's MacHale Park

    Finish on the day
    Referee: E O Grady

     

  • Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Junior A Football Championship (Quarter Final),

    St. Gerald`s College 4-7 Rice College Westport 1-12

     

    Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Junior A Football Quarter Final St. Colman`s College 1-5 St. Attractas Community School Tubbercurry 3-7

     

    Connacht GAA Post Primary Football League Junior C- Quarter Final Seamount College Kinvara 5-7 Ballyhaunis Community School 4-7

     

    Connacht GAA Post Primary Football League Juvenile C- Knockout, Quarter Final  

    Coliste Einde 7-7 Coliste na Coiribe 3-6

     

    Connacht GAA Post Primary 1st & 2nd Year Combined B Hurling Championship- (Round 3),

    Holy Rosary College

    Mountbellew 6-15 St. Jarlath`s College Tuam 2-5

     

    Connacht GAA Post Primary Senior C Hurling Championship-

    Semi-Final 2

    Coliste Einde 0-9 St. Killians, New Inn 7-10

  • Allianz Football League
    Division 1
    Mayo 2-13 Tyrone 0-10 
    Roscommon 1-12 Monaghan 0-13

    Division 3
    Down 1-12 Sligo 1-10 

    Division 4
    Leitrim 1-16 Wicklow 1-12

    Allianz Hurling League
    Division 1B 
    Carlow 0-20 Galway 0-20

    Division 2A 
    London P-P Mayo 

    Division 3A 
    Roscommon 1-21 Monaghan 0-14

    Division 3B 
    Sligo 2-14 Leitrim 0-19 

     

  • It’s Mayo and Galway once more this Wednesday evening in the Eirgrid Connacht U20 Football Final.

    Reigning Connacht Champions Mayo had a convincing 19 point win over Sligo last week while Galway advanced past Roscommon with 7 points to spare.

    Michael D. McAndrew will be in the hot-seat joined by Declan O’Reilly and half-time and full time analysis from Austin Garvin.

    The Connacht U20 Football Final will be live on Midwest Radio with thanks to JJ Burke Car Sales Ballinrobe.

    Connacht GAA are advising people planning on going to the game to get their tickets in advance.

  • Former Mayo Star Conor Mortimer says he finds it hard to see an inter county championship this year.

    On Sunday night, GAA President John Horan said  that he does not expect football or hurling to resume while social distancing measures are in place. 

    Conor Mortimer believes there will be club action but a lot will depend on the how the virus is contained.

  • We continued with our best 15 selections today and former Mayo Star Conor Mortimer joined us in the hot-seat to pick his team.

    It is a concept we started on Sunday Sport a number of weeks back where we invite past players and regular contributors on to select their best 15 that they ever played with, against or coached.

    Here is Conor’s team:

    1. Stephen Cluxton
    2. Kenneth Mortimer
    3. Kevin Cahill
    4. Tom O’Sullivan
    5. Tomas O’Se
    6. James Nallen
    7. Sean Og De Paor
    8. Liam McHale
    9. Darragh O’Se
    10. Michael Donnellan
    11. Ciaran McDonald
    12. Johnny Doyle
    13. Colm Cooper
    14. Padraic Joyce
    15. Peter Canavan

     

    You can listen back to the full interview by accessing the link below.

    https://soundcloud.com/user-962236350/conor-mortimer

  • Mayo County Board appears to have failed to respond to Mayo GAA International Supporters Foundation after the foundation had sent two emails in July and April of this year to the board.

    The foundation is now withholding 250,000 of money it had fundraised for Mayo GAA, in a row over governance. It informed club delegates of its action in an email ahead of last night's county board meeting.

    The independent supporters fund is backed by UK-based financial trader Tim O'Leary, whose mother is from Glenhest

    The email reads: "It is clear to the foundation that Mayo GAA need significant financial support to sustain and develop GAA games in the county. The foundation’s support is now at risk due to the serious deficits in financial governance at board level."

    The statement also claims that O’Leary had made a €150,000 donation to the Mayo senior football team fund on the understanding that receipts would be provided to show how that money was spent.

    The supporters fund says what was provided to them included: "copies of multiple invoices and receipts seemingly randomly picked from the financial files."

    Mayo GAA PRO Paul Cunnane spoke to Midwest News about the row today. He says there will be a full response from Mayo GAA board in due course to the e-mail that was sent to delegates yesterday but only seen last night by board members at the county board meeting. He explained that he had not received the latest e-mail, and despite the foundation saying it had emailed the board’s secretary, the email was not received, and so the board now requires time and will provide a detailed response to the criticism at the next (October) county Board meeting.

    Accepting that the latest email was only seen for the first time last night by the Mayo GAA Board, Midwest News asked Paul Cunnane if the chairman or secretary of the board responded to the two previous emails, sent in April and July outlining the foundation’s request. He responded “they did not, as far as I am aware”.

    Midwest News then spoke to one of the Trustees of the Mayo GAA International Supporters Foundation Terry Gallagher who is originally from Achill but based in the UK. He explained that the 250,000 euro that is being held back by the foundation is the residue from one major fund raising event in New York when Mayo played New York at the start of the championship this year, that raised 400,000 euro.

    He said that despite two requests to obtain records on where the monies were to be spent, they were not provided by the County Board but he said everyone is keen to resolve the issue.

     

  • Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship

    Semi-Final

    Cork 4-12 Mayo 1-13

  • Cork’s Conor Lane has been confirmed as referee for the Connacht senior football championship clash of Mayo and Galway in Castlebar on Sunday week 13th May.

    Conor Lane was the man in charge during the All-Ireland final between Mayo and Dublin last September.

    Meanwhile, Mayo manager Stephen Rochford confirmed to Midwest Sport yesterday that Cillian O’Connor will captain the Mayo team again this season, for the third successive year.

     

     

  • Mayo County Council needs to take action to remove a dangerous bend at Bruff, Aughamore – that’s according to Fianna Fail Councillor John Caulfield.

    At a meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District of Mayo County Council, Councillor Caulfield outlined the dangers posed by this bend, between Bruff Cross and Aughamore, and called on the local authority to take the necessary action to improve safety at this location.

    The council has now agreed to do a costing on the project, and Councillor Caulfield told Midwest Radio News Editor Teresa O’Malley that he’s hopeful the funding will be found for this work…

  • U14 Division 1 Cup Final
    Castlebar Mitchels 5-15
    Moy Davitts 1-6

    Division 2
    Aghamore 3-13
    Carras 2-12

  • The County U21 A Championship Quarter Final between Westport and Knockmore due to take place this Sunday has been postponed and will go ahead the following week. 

  • Croi the Irish Heart & Stroke charity is giving people the chance to win a limited edition Croi Mayo Jersey.

    The Mayo senior football team wore the special ‘one-off’ jersey carrying Croí’s logo for their National League match against Kerry at Elverys MacHale Park which incidentally was their last outing.

    The heart and stroke charity is one of Mayo GAA's two health partners for 2020 (along with Mindspace Mayo).

    To be in with a chance of winning a signed limited edition Croí Mayo GAA jersey, and to support Crói in the process, visit croi.ie before noon this Friday, May 15.

    Croí’s ‘Third Age Mayo’ project is aimed at getting people aged 55 years and older to be more aware of the need to take ownership of their cardiovascular health.

  • Croí’s latest fundraising initiative is to get people moving together ‘virtually’.

    They are asking people to embrace the Wild Atlantic Way of life by running, walking or jogging part of this spectacular coastal route over the next six weeks on this virtual mission.

    The coast of Mayo at 553KM is a great distance for teams to cover (or very active individuals!)

    The entire route is 1830Km and ideal for teams of 10 and more (approx 30km per person, per week, for 6 weeks).

    They also have the option of team vs team challenges, so if there were any clubs interested in competing against each other “virtually” this could be a good option!

    People who are interested can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Mayo Senior Football Relegation Final 
    Davitts 0-17 
    Crossmolina 1-13

    Mayo Junior C Final 
    Louisburgh 2-14
    Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin 2-09

  • Cumann na mBunsol 
    County Finals

    Division 5 Girls - Eachleim beat Coguala 

    Division 5 Boys - Murrisk beat Facefield 

    Division 3 Boys - Parke beat Aghamore 

    Division 4 - Errew beat Straide 

    Division 3 Girls - Agahmore beat Kilmaine 

    Division 2B Girls - Myna beat Currabaggan 

    Division 2B Boys - Balla and Knockrooskey share title after two periods of extra time 

  • Mayo GAA have confirmed times and dates for the semi-finals of the Mayo senior and intermediate football Championship.

    The Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship semi-finals will both take place in Elverys MacHale Park on Saturday October 6th.

    First up at 6pm will be Breaffy and Ballaghaderreen.

    That will be followed by Ballintubber and Castlebar Mitchels which gets underway at 7.30pm.

    The Egan Jewellers Intermediate Football Championship  semi-finals will also both take place in MacHale Park and are fixed for Sunday October 7th.

    The Neale will meet Burrishoole at 1pm while Belmullet and Kiltimagh gets underway at 2.30pm.

  • The dates and venues have been confirmed for two of the quarter-finals in the 2020 Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship.

    London will host Roscommon in Ruislip on Saturday 2nd May 2020, while Galway are away to New York in Gaelic Park on Sunday 3rd May.

    The date for Mayo's first championship match against Leitrim has not yet been confirmed, but the game will be played in Páirc Séan Mac Diarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon.

    in the Connacht U20 Championship Mayo will meet Galway first in the Quarter Finals and the two sides will also meet in the opening round of the Minor Championship for 2020.