Mayo Hurling

  • FEILE NA NGAEL 2019- BOYS DIVISION 6 - CUP

    Nemo Rangers

    1-5 v 2-6

    Clár Chlainne Mhuiris

       

    FEILE NA NGAEL 2019- CAMOGIE DIVISION 5 - SHIELD

    Na Brideoga

    2-2 v 1-0

    Westport St Patrick's

       

    FEILE NA NGAEL 2019- BOYS DIVISION 4 - SHIELD

    Westport St Patrick's

    0-6 v 2-5

    All Saints Ballymena

       

    FEILE NA NGAEL 2019- BOYS DIVISION 8 - GROUP B

    Cill Briotáin

    0-5 v 2-5

    Castlebar Mitchels Hurling

       

    FEILE NA NGAEL 2019 - CAMOGIE DIVISION 5 - GROUP D

    Grenagh

    1-2 v 0-0

    Westport St Patrick's

       
  • Allianz Hurling League
    Division 2B Final 
    Mayo 1-15 
    Down 0-14

    Allianz Football League
    Division 1 
    Tyrone 2-14
    Mayo 0-08

    Galway 0-113
    Dublin 0-13

    Division 2
    Roscommon 0-15
    Cavan 0-13

  • Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final

    Ballyhaunis 0-21 Castlebar Mitchels 1-09

    Tooreen 4-21 Westport 0-10

     

    Ballyhaunis & Tooreen will meet in the final on Saturday September 12th.

  • Brian Finn has been appointed as the new Mayo U17 & U20 Hurling manager.

    The Tooreen native was ratified by the executive of the Mayo County Board at last night's meeting.

    Brian has worked with the underage, Junior and Senior teams with both Tooreen and Claremorris.

    He managed the Mayo Minors in back to back All Ireland C titles in 2013 and 2014 and lost out after a replay in the 2015 Final.

    Brian managed the Mayo U21's in 2015 to beat Roscommon in the Hogan Cup U21 B Final.  Brian's selectors are Austin Kenny (Tooreen) and David Hurley (Claremorris).

    Austin has years of experience with Tooreen at underage and Senior level, he was also involved at all levels with Aghamore. He was on the Mayo Senior/U21 Managment team with Christy Phillips. 

    David Hurley (Claremorris) played with his native Kerry club Killarney Legion and has coached at all underage levels with Claremorris.

  • Castlebar Mitchels will be looking to create history this Sunday when they take on the Kingpins of Mayo hurling Tooreen in the County Senior Hurling decider.

    The game gets underway at 2.30pm in Elverys MacHale Park and there will be full live commentary of the game here on Midwest Sport.

    The last time Mitchels contested a Mayo Senior Hurling Final was 1998.

     

  • Allianz Hurling League
    Divisiion 2A 
    Mayo 0-17 Meath 0-17 

    Division 1B 
    Galway 1-27 Laois 2-15 

    Division 3A 
    Roscommon 3-18 Louth 1-11 

    Division 3B 
    Sligo 2-14 Fermanagh 1-16 
    Cavan 2-09 Leitrim 1-11 

     

  • Derek Walsh has been reappointed as the Mayo Senior Hurling manager for another season.

    The Ballyhaunis man is going into his third season at the helm and will have strong ambitions of winning the Nicky Rackard Cup having lost out in the decider last year.

  • All-Ireland U21 B Hurling Quarter Final 
    Derry 3-15
    Mayo 0-18 

  • The fixtures have been confirmed for the Joe McDonagh, Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cups.

    Mayo will open their Christy Ring campaign against Wicklow in Aughrim on Saturday May 12th at 3pm. Their second round encounter is a home one against Kildare in Elverys MacHale Park on Saturday May 19th at 3pm.

    Mayo’s third round is against Roscommon in Dr Hyde Park on Saturday June 6th at 3pm.

    The semi-finals are down for Saturday June 9th, with the final due to take place on Saturday June 23rd.

    Roscommon open their campaign against Kildare on Saturday May 12th in Newbridge, while their second round is against Wicklow in Dr Hyde Park on May 19th.

    Sligo open their Lory Meagher campaign on Saturday May 26th against Fermanagh in Markievicz Park at 3pm, while they face Cavan on June 9th at 1pm, again in Markievicz.

  • Four Roads          (Roscommon)   6-8 Castlebar Mitchels      (Mayo)     5-4

     

    Roscommon side Four Roads are on course to retain their Tain Og National U13 Division 1 title which they won last year, after they overcame a plucky Castlebar Mitchel’s challenge recently at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan. Four Roads seemed to be coasting when they led by thirteen points at half time, but a valiant Castlebar comeback in the second half brought the deficit to just seven points on the final whistle.

    Playing against the strong breeze in the opening half, it was Castlebar who got off to the better start with a goal in the fourth minute by Christian McNamara. However, the remainder of the half was all Four Roads as the champions got to grips with the game. Roscommon scores from Luke Tully (1-3), Conor Morris (0-4) and Daniel Bolger (2-0) gave Four Roads a strong half time platform, as they made advantage of the space afforded in the 13-a-side formation. To their credit Castlebar battled hard but went in at the break on a 3-7 to 1-0 deficit.

    The Mitchels started the second half the brightest as Kevin Rowland pointed a free from long range. Castlebar goalkeeper John Heneghan made some blinding saves, but could do very little when Four Roads Conor Morris goaled from close range. Two further Four Roads goals from Rory Coyle and sub Adam Kenny stretched their lead further, but with ten minutes remaining Castlebar began their comeback. In a dramatic closing ten minutes of play, the Mayo side reeled off 4-1 without reply, as goals from Eoin Enright, Daniel Swift, Lucas Kenny and Gavin Forry caused some panic in the Four Roads camp.

    However time ran out on the Castlebar comeback, and in the end Four Roads were deserved of their place in the final, which will be held on Saturday 6th July in Breffni Park in Cavan against Keady of Armagh.

    Four Roads: Oisin Hynes; Sean Mannion, Gavin Meares; Jamie Kelly, Jack Tully, Roan Trundle; Conor Morris (1-4), Daniel Bolger (2-1); Rory Coyle (1-0), Oisin Finneran, Luke Tully (1-3); Ethan Kelly, Billy Glennon. Subs: Adam Kenny (1-0), Cathal Kennedy, Enda Killian, Eoghan Mulry, Hugh Coyle, Luke Finneran, David Kelly, Sean Scott.

    Castlebar: John Heneghan; Kevin Rowland (0-1), Oisin Mulroy; Eoin Enright (1-0), Conal Durcan, Colm Heneghan; Lucas Kenny (1-2), Sean O’Reilly; Aaron Quigley, Mark Fahy, Fionan O’Reilly; Dylan Quinn, Christian McNamara (1-0). Subs: Diarmuid Swift (1-0), Niall Monaghan (0-1) & Gavin Forry (1-0).

    Ref: James Judge (Tooreen)

     

  • Galway Tribesmen 5-17

    Mayo 0-7

    In Sylane GAA Grounds

    By Tháigh Morley

    On a warm summer evenings with two teams bound for Galway, in this year’s Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge teams played on a perfect evening for hurling.  While in back ground Turf men worked continuously to provide winters heat, in a game where 15 to 17 year old men played hurling in heated conditions.

    Galway started the game the stronger  hitting three quick points from play within first 5 minutes with scores from O Reilly, Mahon and Walsh before Mayo’s Shane Morrisroe turned on a six pence to hit the Yew men first score.  As the first half progressed, so did Galway’s strength on the game. All started from Galway’s centre-back Cian Naughton breaking up  Mayo’s attacks after attack  and instructing all good play for the Tribesmen picking out passes through the eye of a needle into Galway’s attack.  From all this cleaver play, Galway worked quick ball into full forward line and Phelim O Reilly scored opening goal of the game.

    On the 14th minute of the game, the Tribesmen had a free 21metre line, Galway’s full forward went for goal with Mayo’s  corner back, Josh Howard reacting quickest with a great save and clearance.   Mayo lost position from this clearance, and Galway’s Karl Healy hitting over from 65 metres who was a real torn in Mayo’s side in the opening quater.  From the puck out the Tribesmen worked quick ball and Ethan Costello finishing the ball to the Mayo’s net leaving the score 2.8 to 1 point.  On 20th minute Mayo’s Mathew Walsh won a breaking ball on opposition 65 and worked fantastic score from 45metres on the run.  From this score, Mayo’s half back line grew in character.  With Mayo’s half back growing, Mayo’s attacking options grew and worked two scores before  Mayo’s Man of match Paddy Dozio scoring a line cut from outside the 21metre flag. This wonderful expedition of skill to leave the half time 2.10 to 5points in favour of The Tribesmen.

    Straight from the throw in, Mayo went on the attack and their captain Luke Connor was foaled 25metres from goal. Mayo’s shaper shooter Oisin Greally  tapped over the score.  This score seemed to have spurred Mayo on dominating position for next 10 minutes but were only able to break very strong Galway deference once from a well worked score from Oisin Greally leaving his tally to 4 points for the day. With 12 minutes gone in the second half score line stood at Galway lead 2.13 to 7 points.  As the second half grew, the heat took its toll on both teams with benches being emptied.  Galway’s strength and deep in panel come through finishing then second half much stringer scoring 3. 4 unanswered in last 10 minutes of the second half.

    On the night their where two men that were head and shoulders above the rest and this was Galway’s Karl Healy and Mayo’s Line-cut specialist Paddy Dozio. Both Men won Best and Fairness awards appointed by match officials. Others who stood out for mention showing great skills were Mayo’s Josh Howard, Danny Hill, Shane Morrisroe, Oisin Greally and Galway’s Darragh Mahon, Niall Kelly, Cian Naughton, Fintan Donnellan and Phelim O Reilly.

    Scores  Mayo: Oisin Greally 4points (4frees), Paddy Dotzio, Shane Morrisroe, Mathew Walsh 1point each

    Galway: Jason McDonagh, Darragh Mahon, Creg Potter, Kevin Walsh, Cian Naughton,  Darragh O Sullivan, Karl Healy, Phelim O Reilly, Reece Ryan, Niall Kelly, Oran Fahy, Ethan Costello Evan Gyynn

     

  • Keith Higgins has been announced as the Mayo Hurling captain for 2021.

    Mayo Hurling boss Derek Walsh has also announced that Tooreen's Stephen Coyne will be the vice-captain.

    Mayo get their Division 2b hurling league campaign up and running on Sunday afternoon against Derry.

    The game gets underway at 3pm in MacHale Park, Castlebar and will be live on Midwest Radio Sport in association with Delaney's Hardware and Garden Centre Ballyhaunis.

     

  • U17 Celtic Challenge 
    Quarter Final 
    Kildare 2-17 Mayo 0-10

  • Mayo hurler Cathal Freeman says they have a fantastic management team who have them primed and ready for Sunday's Nicky Rackard Final.

    Mayo & Donegal will clash at Croke Park in the showpiece on Sunday at 1:30 with the game live here on Midwest Radio Sport in association with Delaney's Hardware Ballyhaunis.

    Tom Carney and Frank Browne will be bringing us all the action.

    Cathal Freeman has been speaking to Midwest Sport today ahead of the encounter and says there is an excellent crop of players in place ready for battle on Sunday.

     

  • The new Mayo U17 & U20 Hurling manager says he is delighted to be back involved with the county team.

    Brian Finn was ratified during the week having previously managed the Mayo Minors in back to back All Ireland C titles in 2013 and 2014 and lost out after a replay in the 2015 Final.

    The Tooreen native spoke to Midwest Sport today and is looking forward to the challenge ahead.

  • Result from Celtic Challenge Round 5

    Mayo 2-9 Donegal 1-12

    Best & Fairest Award went to Danny Hill.

    Mayo now play Kildare Cadets in next Saturday's Quarter Final in Abbottstown.

  • Nicky Rackard Cup 
    Mayo 3-23 Louth 1-13
    Sligo 3-19 Tyrone 1-14 

    Christy Ring Cup 
    Roscommon 1-25 London 2-12 

    Lory Meagher Cup 
    Lancashire 0-20 Leitrim 1-15 

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    Nicky Rackard Cup 
    Sligo 2-16 Mayo 1-19 

    Christy Ring Cup 
    Meath 0-23 Roscommmon 0-19  

     

  • In Round 4 of the Allianz Football League this weekend, Mayo host All-Ireland champions Dublin at Elvery’s MacHale Park, Castlebar on Saturday evening – that game has a 7pm throw-in time with live commentary here on Midwest Radio.

    Paddy Neilan from Roscommon has been confirmed as the referee for that Division One game.

    Also in Division 1, Galway travel to Tralee on Sunday to take on Kerry at 2.30.

    In Division Two, Roscommon are away to Louth, with a 2pm throw-in time in Drogheda,

    In Div 3, Sligo are away to Westmeath at 2pm Sunday and in Division 4, Carrick-on-Shannon is the venue for the meeting of Leitrim and Limerick – also at 2pm.

    In Round 4 of the Allianz Hurling League, Mayo host Wicklow on Sunday in Ballina at 2pm and we’ll have live commentary of that match here on Midwest Radio.

  • Mayo GAA SHC Finals 2018

    Castlebar Mitchels Hurling

    1-15

    v

    1-12

    Westport GAA

    Mayo Snr League Division 1

    Breaffy

    4-13

    v

    0-6

    Aghamore

    Charlestown Sarsfields

    1-9

    v

    1-11

    Ballina Stephenites

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    -

    v

    -

    Ballintubber

    Hollymount-Carramore

    3-8

    v

    2-16

    Castlebar Mitchels

    Kiltimagh

    1-10

    v

    1-10

    Garrymore

    Knockmore

    1-15

    v

    2-7

    Claremorris

    Mayo Snr League Division 2

    Ballinrobe

    3-7

    v

    2-9

    Ardnaree

    Boholla Moy Davitts

    1-10

    v

    1-14

    Islandeady

    Kilmaine

    3-9

    v

    4-14

    Ballaghaderreen

    Shrule/Glencorrib

    1-7

    v

    1-13

    Béal an Mhuirthead

    Westport GAA

    5-16

    v

    1-5

    Kiltane

    Division 3
    Burrishoole 1-19 Ardagh 0-07
    Lahardane 3-19 Ballycastle 2-04 
    Bonniconlon 1-13 Mayo Gaels 1-10 
    Louisburgh 1-14 The Neale 0-12 

    U21 Hurling Final 
    Tooreen 2-15 Ballyhaunis/Caiseal Gaels 0-14

    Mayo U14 A Hurling Final
    Westport 2-10 Tooreen 1-06