Mayo Soccer

  • SFAI U12 Championship Final 
    Mayo 2-1 DDSL 

  • Game 2 Mayo 3-2 South Tipperary

    Mayo made a couple of changes from the first game bringing Amber Hardy in to play in goal with Emma  Walsh and Wiki Kaminska bringing fresh legs to the attack.

    The game started slowly with the effects of this mornings effort very evident and it was South Tipp that had the better of the early exchanges with two chances in quick succession in the 9th and 10th min but both were just wide. In the 14th minute Tipp's dominance paid off when they bundled the ball home from a corner. Tipp were they more physical side and Mayo were finding it tough in the midfield battles and they doubled there lead in the 19th minute when strength won out in a challenge and the striker finished well.

    This brought a bit more fight out of Mayo and after a nice bit of okay from Kayla Doherty she found Beth Roache on the right wing but her cross was gathered by the Tipp Goalkeeper.

    On 28 Mins Mayo got a lifeline when another long Aoife Gannon freekick from the halfway line found its way to Emma Walsh who controlled with her left and she smashed the ball away with her right foot. 2-1 to Tipp and game on. The rest of the half was an even affair with both teams keeping it tight.

    At half time Mayo made 3 changes with Emma Duffy,Joanne Gallagher and Emily Vahey replacing Wiki, Sarah Gough and Emma Walsh.

    South Tipp had the first chance of the 2nd half with Jardy making another good stop. The Mayo management then made a further change when Sarah King came onto the right wing for Beth Roache. This seemed to energise Mayo and after a period of sustained Mayo pressure King won a corner down the right wing. She took the corner and Aoife Gannon up from the back was upended in the box penalty Mayo. Kayla Doherty stepped up for the 2nd time today but the keeper guessed right to save but luckily for Mayo Joanne Gallagher was following in and tap home the rebound.

    Mayo could have sat back and taken the point but they went for the win and got a third again with King involved on 46 mins she surged down the wing and her cross evaded the keeper and Kayla Doherty was on hand to nod home what turned out to be the winner.

    But it wasn't that simple a minute later and Tipp had rattled the Mayo woodwork. Mayo introduced Katie Heaney for Emily Vahey for the last 10 mins.

    Mayo managed to keep South Tipp at bay for the last few minutes helped by a brilliant double save from Keeper Amber Hardy and some brilliant last ditch defending by Gannon and Tuohy. A tough battle which Mayo just edged quality wise with the 2nd half subs making a huge difference.

  • Mayo started day two of U13 Gaynor cup 2019 with a game against a strong tall and physical Wexford side as with all this weekend Mayo have been up against it in the physical stakes but equal with anyone in football ability.

    The first few mins were dominated by Wexford with a shot from kickoff just going wide, the Mayo  crossbar being hit and a gial ruled out for offside all inside the first 3 mins. Mayo started to get there passing game going and were especially effective down the left wing with Saoirse Byrne and Katie Heaney linking up well.

    It was after 11 mins when Kayla  Doherty fired Mayos first shot at goal just dragging wide. It was a more even game now with Mayo maybe shading possesion and Wexfotd looking dangerous with long balls over the top. On 15 mins and Erin Nash chip just went over the bar after goid work from Doherty, and on 17 minutes the impressive Heaney tested the Wexford stopper with a left footed effort. But on 21 mins Wexford took the lead when one of the long balls worked, a slight mistake in central defence allowed the Speedy Wexford striker in on goal and she slotted the ball home. It was fairly even for the rest of the half with Charlie Benson in goal making a save in injury time low to her right. Some good performances from Mayo in the first half with Maura Hughes dangerous on the right and full backs Beth Roache and Sarah Gough working hard up and down the flanks.

    Half time 1 0 Wexford.

    Mayo Made 5 Subs at halftime with Joanna Gallagher, Emma Walsh, Kaitlyn Dunleavy, Emma Duffy and Amber Hardy entering the fray.

    It was a 2nd half mostly dominated by Mayo with Wexford seeming to play on the break and hit long balls over the Mayo central defenders Aoife Gannon and Suzanne Tuohy. Mayos fresh legs started to get a grip on the game and after 38 mins Mayo levelled the game when Katie Heaney surhed up the left wing and she found Joanne Gallaghers feet she held the ball up brilliantly and knocked a lay off pass to Kayla Doherty on the edged of the boxed and Kayla hit a superbly controlled right foot shot into the far right corner of the net.

    This stung Wexford back into action and soon they were ahead again on 41 mins a goal similar to thier first and Mayo had an uphill battle again. On 47 mins Sarah King came on for Beth Roache. 

    Mayo were pushing hard for the equaliser and totally dominated the last 10 minutes with chances for Doherty, Gallagher and Walsh just off target.

    There was a lengthy stoppage when the Wexford GK clashed with Gallagher in making a brave save. Which led to a long oeriod of stoppage time and Mayo continued to push for a leveller with Amy Cummins coming back on and the pacy Wiki Kaminska replacing Gallagher up front.

    Mayo pushed Suzanne Tuohy up front for the last few minutes and this paid off with the Snugboro girl latching onto a long ball from Aoife Gannon and Mayo had there deserved equaliser. Emily Vahey came on for the last few minutes and Mayo were unlucky not to get a winner as they were unable to fashion one more clear chance.

    2 all.

    A great squad effort.

    This leaves Mayo 3rd in the group and will be playing Waterford at 430 in the plate semi final.

  • Mayo went down 3 -0 to South Tipperary in their first of 2 games on Friday in the Gaynor Cup. Trailing to a 4th minute opener the Mayo girls failed to match the work rate and tenacity of the Tipp girls although the scoreline probably flattered the winners. 

    Still very much all to play for though in this Group D as all 4 teams each have 3 points with the final round of games taking place at 6 this evening. 

  • Kennedy Cup Quarter Final 
    Mayo 1-1 Kildare 
    Mayo win 3-1 on penalties 

    Mayo now face Carlow in Semi-Final at 3pm this afternoon 

  • Team of The Month Sponsored by Hastings

    The award for Team of the Month for May goes to Snugboro United who are the in-form side in the CastleCourt Hotel Premier League. They won both their league games to make it four league wins in a row and also progressed in the Connacht Gold Premier Cup.

    Manager Of the Month 

    The manager of the Month Award for May goes to Mick Duffy from Ballina Town. Mick had led Ballina to an unbeaten start to the 2018 season going into the month of May and this continued as they won both their league games without conceding a goal and also made it through to the Quarter Finals of the Connacht Gold Super Cup with a win over Bangor Hibs.

    Players of the month sponsored by The Sheepwalk Bar in Swinford

    The Elverys Sports Super League player of the month for May is James O’Donnell from Westport United. James has become a versatile player for John Russell’s side and he already put in some brilliant performances so far this season.

    The player of the Month in the CastleCourt Hotel Premier League is Glenhest Rovers youngster Cathal Chambers. Cathal has been a revelation as his side moved to the top of the Premier League. In May he scored in all three games his side played including a late winner against Achill Rovers and a goal in the cup and league games against Conn Rangers.

    It’s the top goalscorer in the Three Store League One that wins the payer of the month for May as Dale Hopkins from Ballina Town B is the unanimous choice. Dale scored five league goals and one in the cup as Ballina Town B recorded three victories in the month of May. 

    In the Killeen Sports Ground League Town the award goes to Dylan Ralph from Ballyvary Blue Bombers. The midfielder has been in fine form this season and played a key part in their win over table toppers Hollister at the end of May.

    Young Player of the Month Sponsored by Oliver Kelleher

    Our Young Player of The Month comes from the current League Champions as Mikey O’Brien from Westport United is the winner for the month of May. O’Brien has been an integral part of John Russell’s side since he returned form Sligo Rovers and he has been a regular on the right-hand side of the pitch where he has been heavily involved in a number of goals last month as he continued his excellent start to the season.

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    The Mayo League has confirmed that it has decided to leave Sunday August 26th free from all football activities, due to the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland.

    In a statement a spokesperson said as the Pope is scheduled to visit Knock and Dublin on Sunday August 26th to give people the opportunity to attend the events.

    All matches scheduled for that weekend will be fixed for Saturday August 25th.

  • The Mayo League approved a number of transfers last night. 

    Ruairi Nevin goes from Castlebar Celtic to Castlebar Celtic B, Lee Lyons from Manulla to Manulla B, Paul Moran from Manulla to Straide & Foxford Utd and Shane McLoughlin from Hollister to Ballina Utd. 

  • Mayo Football League
    Monthly Award Winners - August 

    Team of the Month (Sponsored by Hastings Insurance Brokers)
    Ballyhaunis Town 

    Manager of the Month 
    John Conway/Philip Devers Ballina Town B 

    Footballer of the Month (Sponsored by the Sheepwalk Bar Swinford)
    Superleague - Jackson deSilva Manulla
    Premier League - Gary Higgins Ballyhaunis Town 
    League One - Jason Muldoon Ballina Town B 
    League Two - Niall Kitching Claremorris B 

    Young Footballer of the Month (Sponsored by Oliver Kelleher)
    Eoin Prendergast Conn Rangers 

  • 1: Westaro Masters League Division 2

     

                                                         Runners-Up-------Swinford (medals)

                                                         Winners------------Swinford B (medals)

     

    Masters  Div 2----Player of Month

    November-----------------------Gavin Groarke, Swinford

    December-----------------------Tim Moriarty, Swinford ‘B’

    January--------------------------John S. Duffy, Swinford ‘B’

    Masters Division 2 Golden Boot….……………Patrick McDonnell

                                                                                 

    Masters Division 2 Footballer of the Year;----------Tim Moriarty, Swinford ‘B’

     

    2: Westaro Masters League Division 1:                                       

     

                                                         Runners-up-------Ballina Town (medals)

                                                         Winners-----------Manulla (medals)

     

    Masters Div 1----Player of Month

    November-----------------------Dermot McNicholas, Manulla

    December-----------------------Eugene Gorman, Ballina Town

    January-------------------------A. P. Kelly, Ballyhaunis Town

    February/March--------------Both divisions combined-----Patrick McDonnell, Swinford ‘B

    Masters Division  1 Golden Boot….……………Bryan Mannion

    Masters Division 1 Footballer of the Year;-----------Bryan Mannion, Castlebar Celtic

    3: Fair Play Award:                                                                

    This award goes to the team with the best disciplinary record during the season

    Fair Play award:------------------------Partry Athletic (€300 sports voucher)

     

    4: Killeen Sports Grounds League Two:                                  

     

                                                           Runners-up-------Claremorris B (medals)

                                                           Winners-----------Hollister (medals + cheque for €500)

     

    Killeen Sports Grounds League Two----Player of Month

     

    March/April--------------------Malachy McCarron, Hollister

    May-------------------------------Dylan Ralph, Ballyvary Blue Bombers

    June------------------------------Danny Langdon, Hollister

    July-------------------------------Shane Maughan, Ballina Utd

    August---------------------------Niall Kitching, Claremorris B

    League Two Golden Boot………………Clive Hennigan/Shane Maughan

     

     

    League Two Footballer of the Year Nominees

              (1)---------------Danny Langdon

              (2)---------------Malachy McCarron

              (3)---------------Clive Hennigan

     

    League Two Footballer of the Year;--------------Danny Langdon, Hollister

     

    5: Goalkeeper of the Year

    As a member of a team that conceded only 15 goals during the course of 18 rounds of the Super League you could say he got all his decisions politically correct.

    Goalkeeper of the Year;------------Mark Duffy, Ballina Town

     

    6:  League One

     

                                                  Runners-up--------Manulla B (medals)

                                                  Winners----------- Ballina Town B (medals + cheque for €600)

     

    League One-----Player of Month

     

    March/April-------------------Paddy Canavan, Manulla B

    May-----------------------------Dale Hopkins, Ballina Town B

    June-----------------------------Kevin White, Killala

    July-----------------------------Eric Eaton, Ballina Town B

    August-------------------------Jason Muldoon, Ballina Town B

     

    League One Golden Boot…………….Dale Hopkins

    League One Footballer of the Year Nominees

             (1)---------------Paddy Canavan

             (2)--------------Dale Hopkins

             (3)---------------Jason Muldoon

    League One Footballer of the Year;--------------Jason Muldoon, Ballina Town ‘B’

     

    7: Club Public Relations;                                                                 

    Over the past few years many of our clubs have made huge improvement in the way to portray themselves to the public, the manner in which they highlight their activities and their achievements and the way they show their communities why their club should be supported.

    While there are many good examples of innovative and engaging content coming from clubs all over the county, one club has consistently maintained its presence on Social media as it engaged and entertained its clubs members and supporters at home and away through its high-quality content.

     

    This year’s award goes to---Swinford

     

    8: Castlecourt Hotel Premier League                            

     

                                                      Runners-up--------Ballyhaunis Town (medals)

                                                      Winners------------Snugboro Utd (medals + cheque for €700)   

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League----Player of Month

     

    March/April-------------------Dayo Adex, Ballyhaunis Town

    May-----------------------------Cathal Chambers, Glenhest Rovers

    June-----------------------------Sean Curry, Snugboro Utd

    July-----------------------------Robbie Elhert, Snugboro Utd

    August-------------------------Gary Higgins, Ballyhaunis Town

    September/October---------Jason Farrell, Conn Rangers

     

    Premier League Golden Boot…………Sean Curry

    Premier League Footballer of the Year Nominees

             (1)------------------Kevin Curry

             (2)------------------Sean Curry

             (3)------------------Gary Higgins

     

    Premier League Footballer of the Year;------------Kevin Curry, Snugboro Utd

     

    9: Manager of the Month;                                                             

     

    March/April---------------Vinnie Coen, Hollister

    May-------------------------Mick Duffy, Ballina Town

    June-------------------------Mossy Lally, Manulla B

    July--------------------------Aaron Curry, Snugboro Utd

    August----------------------Philip Devers/John Conway, Ballina Town B

    September/October—---Tommy Page, Ballyhaunis Town

     

     

    Team Manager of the Year--------------------Mick Duffy, Ballina Town

     

    10: Elverys Sports Super League:                                         

     

                                                  Runners-up---------Westport Utd (medals + cheque for €750)                         

                                                   Winners-------------Ballina Town (medals + cheque for €1,500)  

     

    Elverys Sports Super League-----Player of Month

     

    March/April----------------------Brendan Lavelle, Ballina Town

    May--------------------------------James O’Donnell, Westport Utd

    June--------------------------------Gerard O’Boyle, Castlebar Celtic

    July---------------------------------Dylan Edwards, Ballina Town

    August-----------------------------Jackson deSilva, Manulla

    September/October------------Dave Cameron, Westport Utd

     

    Super League Golden Boot…………….Brendan Lavelle

    Super League Footballer of the Year Nominees

             (1)---------------Dave Cameron

             (2)---------------Brendan Lavelle

             (3)---------------Derek Tansey

     

    Super League Footballer of the Year;--------------Dave Cameron, Westport Utd

     

    11: Team of the Month Awards:                                               

    Masters:

    November 2017-------------Ballina Town

    December 2017-------------Swinford ‘B’

    January 2018----------------Manulla

    February 2018--------------Castlebar Celtic

     

    All Leagues:

    March/April----------------Manulla B

    May--------------------------Snugboro Utd

    June--------------------------Swinford

    July---------------------------Ballina Utd

    August-----------------------Ballyhaunis Town

    September/October------Ballina Town

     

    12: Goal of the Season:                                                                

    This is the first year the League has this award, we are very thankful for the response we received. We had 411 goals recorded on our League Podcast, following 2029 votes from the public these are the top five goal scorers

     

    Nominees:

                       A; Liam Flatley, Castlebar Celtic

                       B; Cathal Chambers, Glenhest Rovers

                       C; Danny Broderick, Claremorris

                       D; Daniel Gorman, Straide & Foxford Utd

                       E; Mikey O’Brien, Westport Utd

     

    The winner of the Mayo League Goal of the Season has been chosen by former Republic of Ireland International and current TV pundit Kevin Kilbane

    Winner of Goal of the Season-----------------------Mikey O’Brien, Westport Utd

     

    13: Club Person of the Year:                                                   

    The recipient of this award has represented his Club with honour and dignity over a long number of years. He performs duties above and beyond what is expected of any Club Volunteer. He is heavily involved in team management, pitch development/maintenance, fundraising and generally anything that needs to be done, will be done. He is a most deserving winner of this award.

    Club Person of the Year-------------------Damien Joyce, Manulla

     

    14: Club of the Year:                                                                   

    In a league which includes two winners of the F.A.I. “Club of the Year, the standards set by clubs is remarkably high. Mayo League clubs run their business in a very efficient and organized manner and it is no mean achievement to be selected as the Club of the Year.

    In a year in which the Club introduced a ‘B’ team and a Masters team, they deserve great credit in ensuring all three teams ran smoothly.  

     

    Club of the Year---------------Claremorris (perpetual shield + €300 sports voucher)

    15; Posthumous Awards;                                                      

    Tom Molloy, Mulranny Utd,

    When we think of Mulranny United the first name we associate with the Club is Tom Molloy. Tom founded Mulranny Utd in 1989 as an underage club and then led them into the Mayo Junior League in 2002. Tom held every position possible in the club from manager, chairman, secretary and for the past number of years was the club P.R.O.

    Tom was a big follower of the Irish team and his famous “Mulranny Wanderer” banner was seen at Ireland games as far apart as Iceland to Iran.

    It’s fair to say Tom was a larger than life character and his passing has been felt far and wide, not least by the soccer family in Mayo.

    In 2016 Tom was inducted into the Mayo League Hall of Fame and anyone who was in this room on that night will never forget the speech he gave as he collected his award

     

    David Walsh, Glenhest Rovers

    David played for his beloved Glenhest Rovers for over fifteen years joining them as an under 12 player and going on to play at all age groups right up to the senior team with whom he became one of the standout performers for the past decade.

    David played a crucial part in getting his side to the Super League two seasons ago but is best remembered as being one of those players and clubman that his side could rely on when times got tough both on and off the field.

    David loved playing for his local club and in the 2018 season he was named on the Premier League “Team of the Year”. Nobody could be in any doubt that this was not a token gesture by the League as he was included on merit for his towering displays at both ends of the pitch. Not only had he some excellent displays at the heart of the defence, he also scored five goals as he picked up his second “Team of the Year” award.

     

    16: Henry Downes “ Service to Football” Awards (2):       

                                                                                          

    The Mayo Football League is pleased to announce the recipients of the prestigious Henry Downes “Service to Football” Awards for 2018;

     

    John Beckett, Fahy Rovers

    John was a founding member of the first Fahy Rovers club and player/manager with an eye for goal.

    When the club was reformed John again volunteered his experience and became part of the Fahy management which saw them rise through the divisions to the Super League.

    He was manager of the first Mayo Masters team.

    He is now one of the club’s loyal supporters from under 12 to junior level, if you don’t see him at the game there is a good chance you will hear him.

     

    Jimmy Flannery, Bangor Hibs

    Jimmy has been an outstanding servant to his club since its foundation in 1995 and indeed was the first player from the club to score 100 goals.

    Prior to joining up with Bangor Hibs, Jimmy had played for and scored a lot of goals for Cornboy Utd during their stint in the League in the late eighties, early nineties.

    He has always been to the forefront in all his club’s fundraising efforts down through the years and had a major input in club developments

     

    17: Young Footballer of the Month:                                     

     

    March/April--------------Martin Murphy, Swinford

    May-------------------------Mikey O Brien, Westport Utd

    June------------------------Harvey O Brien, Claremorris

    July-------------------------Tommie Forde, Ballina Town

    August---------------------Eoin Prendergast, Conn Rangers

    September/October-----Ollie Feeney, Ballina Town

     

    Young Footballer of the Year 2018------------Harvey O’Brien, Claremorris

     

    18: Hall of Fame:                                                                       

    Stephen McDonnell, Snugboro Utd.

    Stephen McDonnell was one of the founding members of Snugboro Utd in 1996. He started the club with the aim to bring the community of Snugboro together and to develop football in this small but forward thinking area in central Mayo.

    Stephen has always been an active member of the club including committee, ground development, fundraising, general maintenance and supporter.

    The success of Snugboro Utd is built from people like Stephen whose goodwill, commitment and innovation have inspired others and turned Snugboro Utd into the driving force it is today.                         

     

    19: Footballer of the Year:                                                 

     

     This year’s “Footballer of the Year” has been the epitome of strong leadership and dedication since he came back playing last year. His experience has been key in helping the younger lads in the squad and he has led by example both on and off the field.

    He was a member of the watertight defence who only conceded fifteen goals during the campaign.

    He works hard to keep himself in shape, a great trainer with a sense of humour, an excellent footballer but most importantly he is a good person.

     

     

    Let’s acknowledge the Footballer of the Year for 2018-------Derek Tansey, Ballina Town

     

  • As the Champions League Final is scheduled for Saturday 26th May, the Mayo Football League has decided that there will no fixtures on that day.

    All matches that weekend will be played on Sunday 27th May at 11am and 2.30pm.

  • SFAI U18 Interleague
    Mayo League 2-0 Waterford

  • Connacht Gold Super Cup 

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    won 5-4 on penalties

    4  v  4

    Swinford

    Connacht Gold Premier Cup

    Crossmolina

    3  v  2

    Ballyglass ‘B’

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 5

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    2  v  2

    Castlebar Celtic

    Ballyheane

    1  v  0

    Manulla

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    1  v  1

    Westport Utd

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 5

    Swinford

    0  v  0

    Ballyhaunis Town

    Ballyglass ‘B’

    0  v  3

    Snugboro Utd

     

    Tonra Cup—Round 1

    Manulla ‘B’

    4  v  2

    Kilmore

    Ballina Town ‘B’

    3  v  1

    Partry Athletic

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 14

    Westport Utd

    3  v  2

    Claremorris

    Iorras Aontaithe

    1  v  4

    Ballyglass


    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 14

    Fahy Rovers

    3  v  0

    Bangor Hibs

    Glenhest Rovers

    4  v  2

    Achill Rovers

     

    League One—Round 13

    Manulla ‘B’

    13  v  0

    Kilmore

    Crossmolina

    2  v  7

    Ballina Town ‘B’

    Killala

    1  v  0

    Partry Athletic

     

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 15

    Claremorris

    5  v  2

    Iorras Aontaithe

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 15

    Snugboro Utd

    2  v  0

    Fahy Rovers

    Westport Utd ‘B’

    1  v  0

    Ballyglass ‘B’

    Bangor Hibs

    P  v  P

    Glenhest Rovers

    Achill Rovers

    2  v  4

    Swinford

    Ballyhaunis Town

    4  v  2

    Conn Rangers

     

    League One—Round 14

    Kilmore

    2  v  2

    Killala

    Ballina Town ‘B’

    2  v  1

    Partry Athletic

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

    3  v  1

    Manulla ‘B’

     

  • Westaro Cup—Quarter Finals

    Manulla

    2  v  3

    Ballina Town

    Westport Utd

    3  v  0

    Snugboro Utd

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 10

     

    Iorras Aontaithe

    4  v  2

    Glenhest Rovers

    Swinford

    4  v  2

    Fahy Rovers

     

    Killeen Sports Grounds League One—Round 8

     

    Ballyglass ‘B’

    0  v  8

    Crossmolina


     

    Calor Gas League Two—Round 8

     

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd ‘B’

    3  v  4

    Ballina Utd

    Ballyvary Blue Bombers

    0  v  4

    Kilmore

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 11

    Manulla

    1  v  1

    Ballyglass

    Snugboro Utd

    1  v  5

    Claremorris

    Ballina Town

    1  v  2

    Castlebar Celtic

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 11

     

    Bangor Hibs

    2  v  8

    Swinford

    Conn Rangers

    7  v  2

    Iorras Aontaithe

    Glenhest Rovers

    1  v  1

    Achill Rovers

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 13

    Castlebar Celtic

    2  v  4

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    Manulla

    4  v  2

    Ballyheane

    Westport Utd

    8  v  0

    Straide & Foxford Utd

     

    League One—Round 11

    Killala

    v

    Crossmolina

    Sun 29th

    12.00pm

    Ballina Town ‘B’

    4  v  0

    Kilmore

     

     

    Killeen Sports Ground League Two—Round 11

    Ballina Utd

    2  v  2

    Newport Town

    Ballyvary Blue Bombers

    2  v  1

    Hollister

     

     

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 8

    Castlebar Celtic

    1  v  1

    Westport Utd


    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 11

    Bangor Hibs

    1  v  1

    Westport Utd ‘B’

    Fahy Rovers

    0  v  3

    Swinford

    Conn Rangers

    6  v  0

    Ballyglass ‘B’


    League One—Round 10

    Mulranny Utd

    v

    Killala
    (Sunday 11am in Killala)

    Crossmolina

    3  v  5

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

    Manulla ‘B’

    2  v  0

    Ballina Town ‘B’

     

    Killeen Sports Ground League Two—Round 10

    Claremorris ‘B’

    v

    Newport Burrishoole
    (Sunday at 2.30)