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  • Our Local Election Lunchtime News Debates continue today at 1pm here on Midwest Radio.

    Some of the candidates contesting the 7 seater Castlebar Municipal District will join us this afternoon

    They are sitting Fianna Fail  councillor Martin McLoughlin, former Fine Gael councillor Eugene McCormack, People Before Profit candidate Joe Daly, and Independent contender Gerry Loftus

    If you have any questions for the panel you can email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ring the newsroom at 094 9630985

  • The gates will open at 3.30 for the Mayo match on Saturday for an unconfirmed music artist.

    Connacht Council GAA Secretary John Prenty, confirmed to Midwest Sport that the gates would open early to facilitate fans going to the 6pm throw-in, to avail of the music act before the game gets underway.

    All tickets are allocated for the Green and Red’s clash with the Donegal as both teams seek an elusive All-Ireland semi-final spot.

    Donegal need a draw or more, while Mayo must win to advance to the last four and set up a meeting with the winners of Tyrone and Dublin.

    We’ll have live coverage of the game on Midwest Radio from half past five.

  • Gardaí are investigating a two vehicle fatal road traffic collision in Carrownurlar, Milltown, Co. Galway.

    Shortly after 1am on Monday 2nd September 2019 Gardaí, Ambulance Services and local Fire Services attended the scene of a serious collision involving a car and a van at Carrownurlar, Milltown, Galway.

    The driver of the car (Male 30s) was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver and sole occupant of the van, a man in his 50s, was taken to Castlebar General Hospital as a precautionary measure.

    The scene is currently preserved and Garda forensic collision investigators have been requested to examine the crash site. The road remains closed and local traffic diversions remain in place.

    Gardaí at Tuam are appealing for any witnesses to this incident to come forward, particularly any motorists who were travelling in the area at the time and may have dash cam footage.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Tuam Garda Station on 093 70840 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111.

  • A man has died at University Hospital Galway after being taken from the water in Salthill earlier today.

     

    The alarm was raised around midday when the man was taken from the water near Blackrock

     

    Emergency services quickly transported the man to UHG for treatment, but he has since passed away.

     

    Gardaí are not releasing details of the man’s identity at this point.

  • We visited the world renowned Marjorie's Kitchen on the banks of the River Moy in Ballina to get some Easter recipes from Marjorie herself. Watch below some of her mouthwatering (and we can honestly say DELICIOUS!) chocolate treats made in her very own kitchen, where she has regaled the listeners to Midwest Radio from for over a quarter of a century with Paul and Gerry. We have all the recipes below the videos so you can try them out over the Easter weekend - and we promise, you'll be trying these out all year round as well! Plus there is a bonus recipe for chocolate peppermint squares in the factsheet! Bon Appétit! 

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    Marjorie`s Kitchen

    Chocolate Chip Scones

    Makes approximately 8

    Ingredients

    227g/8 ozs, self-raising flour

    Pinch of salt

    5ml/1 tsp baking powder

    57g/2ozs butter

    10ml/2 tsp sugar

    86g/30zs chocolate chips or plain chocolate finely chopped

    150ml/1/4 pt buttermilk

    To glaze – beaten egg

    Method:

    1)         Preheat the oven 220°C, 425°f, Gas 7.

    2)         Sift the flour, salt and baking powder into a bowl.

    3)         Rub in the butter until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.

    4)         Fold in the sugar and chocolate chips.

    5)         Stir in the buttermilk to give a fairly soft dough.  It is important to add all the liquid at once.

    6)         Lightly flour a board and roll out the dough to 2cm/ ¾” thickness and cut into rounds using a 6cm/2 ½ " cutter.

    7)         Place the scones on a non-stick baking sheet, brush the top of the scones with a little egg wash.  Bake for approximately 10-15 minutes until well risen and golden brown.

    8)         Cool on a wire tray. Serve warm, split and spread with butter or piped with fresh cream (whipped)

     

    Marjorie’s Tip

     

    (a)        Like all scones it is very important to add most of the milk at once.  If you add the milk a little at a time it slows the process down and the scones will not be as soft when cooked.

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    Easter Chocolate Cake

     

    Ingredients                                                                         Icing

    227g/8oz butter or margarine, soft                           142g/50z icing sugar and 27g/1ozz Bourneville

    227g/8oz castor sugar                                                            cocoa powder

    170g/6oz plain flour                                                   86g/30z butter, soft

    42g/1 ½ oz Bourneville cocoa powder                       2.5ml/1/2 tsp vanilla extract

    5ml/1 tsp baking powder                                            Approx. 30ml/ 2 tbsp. milk

    4 eggs, free range, beaten

    Approx. 86g/30z chocolate drops

                (or chocolate pieces)

     

    Method

    1. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C/350°F/Gas 4.
    2. Grease and base line 2 x 20cm/8 “sandwich tins.
    3. Cream the butter and sugar together. Sieve dry ingredients.
    4. Beat in the eggs and flour alternatively with vanilla extract.
    5. Mix in the chocolate pieces.
    6. Place the mixture in the lined tins, spread out with a palette knife.
    7. Bake in the pre-heated oven for approx. 25 minutes.

    Cool on a wire tray.

    Icing

    1. Sieve dry ingredients together
    2. Beat the butter, sugar and remaining ingredients together until the icing is a soft consistency.

    To ice:          Spread a little of the icing on both cakes, then sandwich together.  Spread or pipe the remaining icing on top of the cake. Decorate with mini Easter eggs, maltezers or sprinkles.

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    Simple Ferrero Chocolates

    A friend gave me this recipe, these chocolates are low calorie, but so delicious, you won`t know the difference.

    Ingredients:

    2-3 Weetabix

    45-60ml/3-4 tbsp. chocolate hazelnut spread (Nutella)

    Method

    1. Crush the Weetabix into a bowl.
    2. Melt the Nutella for 20 seconds in the microwave, then mix into the Weetabix.
    3. Roll into small balls, place in petit four paper cases or small bun cases and set.

    If wished, mould the chocolate mix around a roasted hazelnut or almond, or dust with a little cocoa powder, finely chopped nuts or desiccated coconut.  Really delicious!!

    Marjorie’s Tip: If wished dip in melted chocolate and sprinkle with finely chopped nuts

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    Ena’s Chocolate Peppermint Squares

     

    Ingredients:

    227 g / 8 oz Margarine                                   27 g / 1 oz Cocoa Powder

    113 g / 4 oz Sugar                                           27 g / 1 oz Drinking Chocolate

    227 g / 8 oz Self Raising Flour                                    5ml/1 tsp. Baking Powder

    227 g / 8 oz desiccated Coconut

    Method:

    1. Preheat oven to 180°C/350°/Gas 4.
    2. Melt margarine in a saucepan, stir in sugar to dissolve. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
    3. Spread mixture on a greased swiss roll tin and bake in preheated oven for approximately 20 minutes. Cool on a wire rack.

    Icing Ingredients:

    170 g / 6 oz Icing Sugar, sieved                      Few drops of Green Colouring

    113 g / 4 oz. Butter                                         2.5ml/ ½ tsp. Peppermint Essence

    1¾ bars of Dark Chocolate – melted

    Method:

    1)         Mix icing sugar, butter and essence together, add a few drops of green colouring, if wished.

    2)         Spread over cooled mix

    3)         Melt the chocolate and pour over icing. Leave to set, then cut into small squares.

    This recipe was given to me by my late cousin Ena Walker, who was a super cook, we shared many recipes and tasty treats together.

     

    E-mail:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Web:      www.marjorieskitchen.net

    Phone No: 087 2304986

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    Marjorie`s Kitchen Tips

    Baking Powder

    Baking powder is a key ingredient in many cakes, cookies, muffins and bread recipes.  Make your own baking powder and keep your baked goods aluminium free.  Baking powder contains an acid and alkali in correct proportions.  A third ingredient is added if you are not using the baking powder immediately, this is usually cornflour, (corn-starch) or rice flour as it absorbs moisture, preventing the baking powder from becoming lumpy.

     

    Baking powder ingredients

    One part bread soda to two parts cream of tartar.

    5ml/1 tsp of bread soda (bicarbonate of soda)

    10ml/ 2 tsp of bextartar (cream of tartar)

    5ml1tsp of rice flour or corn starch (cornflour) (optional).

    Method

    1. Sieve the breadsoda and bextartar for 2-3 times until well combined.
    2. Use immediately
    3. To store: add 5ml1 tsp. of rice flour or cornflour to the mix.  This will absorb any moisture from the air and prevent the baking powder from reacting before you use it.  Store in an airtight tin.

    Did you know that most commercially produced baking powder contains aluminium –sodium aluminium sulphate to be exact?

    To test baking powder for freshness or if it is out of date

    Place 2.5ml/ ½ tsp of baking powder into a cup, top with 1/3 cup of hot tap water. The mixture should bubble enthusiastically, if not discard, make your own or buy a new one.

     

    Bread Soda (Baking Soda) Sodium Bicarbonate

    When bread soda is used with mixture and an acidic ingredients e.g. buttermilk or yogurt, its reaction produces bubbles of carbon dioxide that expand under oven temperatures, causing baked goods to rise.  When using a raising agent in recipes, once you add the liquid, it is important to bake goods immediately in a pre-heated oven or else it will not rise properly.  If you wish to use baking powder in a recipe to replace bread soda – 5ml/ 1 tsp bread soda =15ml3 teaspoons of baking powder.

     

    Baking Soda

    Baking soda is made from Soda Ash (sodium carbonate) and is mined in the form of an ore called Trona.  Through a process, the soda ash is dissolved into a solution through which carbon dioxide is bubbled into the mixture forming sodium bicarbonate (bread soda). The sodium bicarbonate quickly solidifies and separates from the rest of the mixture.

    Cream of Tartar

    Cream of tartar is a by-product of the wine making industry.  Grapes are the only significant natural source of tartaric acid.  Cream of tartar is obtained from sediment produced in the process of making wine.  It is also known as potassium, tartrate and potassium bitartrate.

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     No matter what the weather is like outside, these delicious meals will have you in the summer mood!

     

    Meat, Game Poultry

    Lamb, Chicken, Beef, Pork, Veal

    Fish

    Salmon, Wild Salmon, Crab, Sea bass, Cod, haddock, Monkfish, Plaice, Lobster, Prawns

    Vegetables

    Asparagus, Courgettes, Broad beans, Peppers, Broccoli, Runner beans, Carrots, Watercress.

     

    Fruit

    Tayberries, Gooseberries, Redcurrants, Cherries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Rhubarb

     

     

    Recipes this Month

    Mediterranean Fish Stew

    Chicken & Pasta Salad

    Berry Cake

     

    Web: www.marjorieskitchen.net

    Email address: marjoriesThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Phone No: 087 2304986

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               Mediterranean Fish Stew            

      (serves 4)

    This vibrant fish stew is really delicious and so simple to prepare.

    Ingredients:

    Low cal cooking spray

    1 large spanish onion, finely chopped.

    1 red pepper, deseeded & diced

    1 red chilli, deseeded & finely chopped

    3 garlic cloves, finely chopped

    1 x 400g tin of chopped tomatoes

    425g. (approx. 4 potatoes) peeled & cut into cubes

    1 pk fresh coriander leaves and stalks chopped

    1 bay leaf

    15ml/1 tbsp. tomato puree

    500 ml/17 fl ozs. chicken or fish stock

    200ml water

    350g Cod fillet, skinned, remove any bones and cut into bit sized chunks.

    260g pk seafood selection (e.g. cooked mussels, king prawns and squid)

    Sea salt and freshly ground pepper.

    Method:

    1) Spray a large lidded saucepan or frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and place over a medium heat.

    2) Add the onion and pepper, stir fry for about 8-10 minutes until soft, but do not brown.

    3) Add the chili, garlic and coriander and fry for 2-3 minutes.  Stir in the stock, puree and bay leaf.  Simmer until reduced by half.

    4) Add the potatoes, tomatoes and water, bring to a gentle boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for 20-25 minutes or until the potatoes are just tender.

    5) Season to taste, stir in the cod and mixed seafood, cover and cook for 6-8 minutes or until the fish is cooked through

    6) Remove the bay leaf.

    7) Divide between 4 heated bowls, scatter over some chopped coriander and freshly ground black pepper.

     

    Chicken & Pasta Salad 

    (serves 4)

     

    Ingredients:

    13oz/370g dried pasta shapes

    90ml/6 level tbsp. extra-light mayonnaise

    142/5 oz. fat-free natural yoghurt

    6 spring onions, finely sliced

    30ml/2 tbsp. passata

    15ml/1 tbsp. mild curry powder

    15ml/1 level tbsp. mango chutney

    Salt and freshly ground black pepper

    12 oz. /340g cooked, skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size pieces

    ½ cucumber, finely chopped

    2 tomatoes, chopped

    A small handful of fresh coriander, chopped, reserving some to garnish

    Method:

    1. Cook the pasta according to the packet instructions. Drain well and set aside.
    2. In a large bowl, mix together the mayonnaise, yogurt, sliced spring onions, passata, curry powder and mango chutney and then season to taste.
    3. Add the pasta and the chicken to the bowl and then stir in the cucumber, tomatoes and most of the coriander. Toss to mix well and then serve garnished with the reserved coriander.

     

    Honey & Mustard Vinaigrette

     

    Ingredients:

    10ml/ 2tsp wholegrain mustard

    50ml/ 5dsp balsamic vinegar

    150ml/ ¼ pt. of olive oil

    10ml/ 2 tsp. runny honey

    30-45 ml 2-3 tsp. water

    Method:

    Place all the ingredients in a screw top jar and shake vigorously until well combined. Leave to let the flavours blend for about 1 hour. Use to dress your summer salads. Good with mixed greens or a salad of tomatoes and onions or spring onions.

    This mix will keep for 2-3 weeks. Shake well before using each time.

     

     Berry Cake

    Ingredients:

    170g/6 oz. butter

    227g/ 8 oz. blueberries, dessert gooseberries, raspberries or redcurrants

    227g/8 oz. self-raising flour, sieved    

    170g/ 6 oz. soft brown sugar

    3 large eggs, beaten

    Zest and juice of 1 orange

    Method:

    1. Pre-heat oven to 180oC/ 350oF/Gas 4.
    2. Grease and base line a 20cm/ 8” spring sided tin.
    3. Top and tail the berries in a bowl.
    4. Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, then gently mix in the eggs and flour alternatively. Fold in the orange zest, juice and lightly floured berries.
    5. Place the mixture into the tin.
    6. Bake in the pre-heated oven for 45 mins – 1 hour. Cool for a few minutes before un-moulding. *If wished, decorate with whole poached berries on top and dust with a little sieved icing sugar.

    Serve this deliciously moist cake as a pudding while it is still warm or cold with whipped cream.

    If wished, place half the cake mixture in the tin, then scatter over the chosen fruit and top with the remaining cake mixture.

     

    *Marjorie’s Tip

    Top and tail the fruit, if necessary. Rinse and dry the fruit.  Dust with flour to prevent the fruit from sinking.

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    For more great recipes from Marjorie, check out the links below. Bon appetit! 

    May http://bit.ly/2IHCUNL

    April http://bit.ly/2GMFaNR

    Easter http://bit.ly/2uBtXyY

     

  • Archbishop Michael Neary will celebrate Mass in Saint Mary’s Church, Westport, at 6.30pm this evening to mark the official beginning of this year’s pilgrimage.

    He will also celebrate Mass on the summit of Croagh Patrick at 11 o’clock in the morning on Reek Sunday.

    Mass will be celebrated every hour on the summit, beginning at 8 o’clock in the morning, with the final Mass starting at 2 o’clock.

    Celebrants will also include Father Stephen Farragher, who will celebrate Mass as Gaeilge at 10 in the morning and Bishop Fintan Monahan who will celebrate Mass at 12 noon.

    Pilgrims may also avail of the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) at the summit from 7.30am to 2.00pm.                                             

  • A Mayo Councillor is seeking funding for a footpath from Kiltimagh out to Kilkinure Cemetery.

    FG Councillor Neil Cruise says a new footpath should run to the cemetery and onto Oxford Cross on the Balla Road, which would open up a number of looped walks in the area.

    He has applied under the Town & Village Renewal scheme for funding for this project, and says he hopes his application is successful, as this would form part of the Greenway strategy for the county.

  • Mayo County Council has confirmed that agreement has been reached on the purchase of Victoria House, Ballina.

    Contracts and paperwork will be completed over the coming weeks and subject to all relevant requirements, construction of the Mary Robinson Centre will commence in November 2019.

    Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Brendan Mulroy welcomed today’s news as “A great step forward for what is a major project for County Mayo. The significant community support will be key to the success of this project”

    The Chief Executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes outlined “This marks a significant development in the progress of the Centre, a project which is of significant importance for Ireland in general and for County Mayo in particular. We hope it will provide a national model for honoring and building on the contribution of significant civic figures in the Country”

    Mayo County Council thanked Josepha Madigan TD, Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht for the significant contribution of €2m towards the costs and for her Departments continued support on the project.

  • Saturday 20th July 2019

    Elverys Sports Super League—Round 15

    Ballyhaunis Town           2  v  2   Ballyglass         

    Manulla     4  v  3      Snugboro Utd         

    Straide & Foxford Utd     0  v  8   Castlebar Celtic 

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 15

    Fahy Rovers       3  v  1   Kiltimagh Knock Utd      

    Ballina Town ‘B’  2  v  1   Achill Rovers   

    Killeen Sports Grounds League One—Round 12

    Partry Athletic    1  v  2   Claremorris ‘B’ 

    Killala   1  v  1   Westport Utd ‘B’

  • With the All-Ireland final taking place this weekend the club scene is quiet with a few junior games taking place around the county.

    31/08/2019                   Saturday

    Mayo Junior A Championship - Group 2

    Achill            18:00                Knockmore

    Westport GAA              18:00               Ardagh

    Mayo Junior B Championship - Knockout

    Breaffy            16:00         Kiltimagh

    Aghamore               18:00             Lacken

    Davitts                18:00             Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    Eastern Gaels        18:00                 Ardnaree

    Hollymount-Carramore18:00Bohola Moy Davitts

    Moygownagh           18:00          Claremorris

    01/09/2019                   Sunday

    Mayo Junior C Championship - Knockout

    Burrishoole        12:00        Mayo Gaels

    Béal an Mhuirthead     12:00      Westport GAA

    Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin12:00Garrymore

    Balla                13:00             Kiltane

    Michael Walsh Junior Group 2

    Kilmeena                12:00                 Cill Chomain

    North Mayo U21 A Championship

    Knockmore               12:00         Béal an Mhuirthead

  • 17/08/2019

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 1

    Aghamore   18:30   Hollymount-Carramore

    Ballina Stephenites  18:30   Ballaghaderreen

    Ballintubber  18:30   Kiltimagh

    Breaffy   18:30    Westport GAA

    Castlebar Mitchels   18:30   Garrymore

    Claremorris18:30Knockmore

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 2

    Ardnaree   18:30   Charlestown Sarsfields

    Balla    18:30   Ballinrobe

    Burrishoole   18:30   Kilmaine

    Béal an Mhuirthead   18:30  Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    Islandeady   18:30   Bohola Moy Davitts

    Louisburgh   18:30   Kiltane

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 3

    Achill    18:30    Mayo Gaels

    Ballyhaunis    18:30    Davitts

    Bonniconlon    18:30   Shrule/Glencorrib

    Kilmeena    18:30      Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 4

    Kilmovee Shamrocks  18:30   Ardagh

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 6A

    Swinford   18:30    Lacken

     

    18/08/2019 

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 3

    Castlebar Mitchels   12:00   The Neale

    Swinford   12:00   Lahardane

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 4

    Ballintubber    12:00   Ballycastle

    Davitts   12:00   Eastern Gaels

    Knockmore   12:00   Killala

    Tuar Mhic Éadaigh   12:00   Ardnaree

    Westport GAA   12:00   Ballina Stephenites

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 6A

    Bohola Moy Davitts   12:00   Ardagh

    Breaffy   12:00   Mayo Gaels

    Kiltane   12:00   Balla

  • FRIDAY 19TH JULY, 2019

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 2

    Ballinrobe          0-10 v 0-6         Kilmaine

    MICHAEL WALSH SENIOR KNOCKOUT

    Claremorris       0-9 v 0-14         Knockmore

    HOMELAND U16 A CHSHIP GRP 2

    Bohola Moy Davitts          1-13 v 2-10        Ballina Stephenites

    HOMELAND U14 A CHSHIP FINALS

    Westport St Patrick's        5-7 v 1-7           Castlebar Mitchels

    HOMELAND U14 C CHSHIP FINALS

    Carras     0-7 v 2-7         Eastern Gaels

     

  •  SATURDAY 20TH JULY, 2019

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 4

    Ardagh      1-7 v 2-9       Knockmore

    Ardnaree           2-12 v 3-16        Westport GAA

    Ballycastle         0-12 v 0-13        Kilmovee Shamrocks

    Eastern Gaels     0-13 v 5-15        Tuar Mhic Éadaigh

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 5 KNOCKOUT

    Burrishoole        1-4 v 3-14         Ballycroy

    Louisburgh         2-12 v 1-5         Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 6A

    Balla     3-14 v 1-11        Bohola Moy Davitts

    Lacken     0-8 v 2-8        Breaffy

    Mayo Gaels        4-15 v 1-7         Kiltane

     

    MAYO GAA SHC

    Castlebar Mitchels Hurling           0-15 v 1-7         Westport GAA

  • SATURDAY 13TH JULY, 2019

    MICHAEL WALSH JUNIOR GROUP 2

    Breaffy  1-13 v 3-7         Cill Chomain

    Hollymount-Carramore   0-11 v 0-8         Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    HOMELAND MINOR DIV 3

    Eastern Gaels     4-23 v 3-5         Ardnaree

    FRIDAY 12TH JULY, 2019

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 6A

    Balla     3-15 v 2-6         Ardagh

    MICHAEL WALSH INTERMEDIATE KNOCKOUT

    Ardnaree           1-17 v 1-18        Kiltimagh

    COUNTY CUP SEMI FINAL 2019

    Claremorris       2-15 v 2-14        Louisburgh

    EAST MAYO JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP 2

    Ballaghaderreen            2-8 v 4-10         Kilmovee Shamrocks

    WEST MAYO CUSACK CUP

    Kilmeena           3-13 v 1-12        Westport GAA

    HOMELAND MINOR DIV 1

    Castlebar Mitchels          1-8 v 2-8           Knockmore

    HOMELAND MINOR DIV 2

    Mayo Gaels        1-14 v 1-10        Carras

    HOMELAND MINOR DIV 3

    Bohola Moy Davitts          4-17 v 1-14        Aghamore

  • THURSDAY 25TH JULY, 2019

    HOMELAND U16 C CHSHIP CUP

    Kilmeena           4-19 v 4-18        Eastern Gaels

    NORTH MAYO U14 B CHAMPIONSHIP

    Naomh Padraig  4-12 v 6-10        Béal an Mhuirthead

    SOUTH MAYO U14 A CHAMPIONSHIP

    Ballinrobe          6-7 v 2-7           Davitts

    SOUTH MAYO U14 B CHAMPIONSHIP

    Hollymount-Carramore   7-10 v 4-4         Shrule/Glencorrib

    WEST MAYO U14 A CHAMPIONSHIP

    Castlebar Mitchels          2-8 v 5-8           Westport St Patrick's

    WEST MAYO U14 B CHAMPIONSHIP

    Balla     4-3 v 4-18         Breaffy

    HOMELAND U14 F CHSHIP FINALS

    Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin           7-20 v 6-4         Kiltimagh

    U12 SUMMER LEAGUE GROUP B

    Breaffy  1-7 v 4-15         Ardnaree

    U12 SUMMER LEAGUE GROUP C

    Naomh Padraig  5-15 v 0-8         Knockmore

  • MAYO SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP - KNOCKOUT

    Bohola Moy Davitts       0-3    v        3-16              Westport

    Hollymount-Carramore 0-8     v     4-14   Claremorris

    Castlebar Mitchels   1-12        v    0-13  Knockmore

    MAYO INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP - KNOCKOUT

    Ballinrobe    0-5       v     0-10     Swinford

    Burrishoole   2-11       v     2-10   Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    Shrule/Glencorrib   0-6    v   1-12    Islandeady

    MAYO JUNIOR A CHAMPIONSHIP - KNOCKOUT

    Ballina Stephenites    4-15     v    2-5        Charlestown Sarsfields

    Kilmeena  0-17      v   1-16         Kilmaine

  • MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 3

    Kilmeena 1-14 v 2-15 Ballyhaunis 

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 4

    Kilmoveee Shamrocks 1-6 v 1-16 Cill Chomain 

    Knockmore 0-1 v 0-0 Ballycastle 

    Tuar Mhic Éadaigh 4-12 v 1-10 Killala 

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 5A

    Ballycroy 5-11 v 1-12 Claremorris

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 5B

    Béal an Mhuirthead 0-13 v 3-8 Hollymount-Carramore

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 6A

    Kiltane 1-12 v 2-9 Lacken 

    Bohola Moy Davitts 4-18 v 4-12 Mayo Gaels 

    MAYO ADULT LEAGUE 2019 DIVISION 6B

    Ballaghaderreen 2-12 v 4-7 Moygownagh 

    MICHAEL WALSH INTERMEDIATE KNOCKOUT

    Louisburgh 3-9 v 0-21 Kiltimagh 

     

  • Mayo GAA Chairman Mike Connolly thanks Mayo legend Andy Moran for his service to the county.

    In a statement the Mayo GAA Chairman said ‘he was an outstanding forward as typified by his two All-Stars, 8 Connacht medals and numerous other accolades he won along the way. To play for your county 183 times is an unbelievable achievement.’

    Mayo manager James Horan said that Andy’s retirement brings to an end to an amazing inter-county playing career. Andy was a brilliant player and fantastic person that did everything humanly possible to be the best he could be.  

    During his career Andy won many accolades such as:


    8 Senior Connacht Championships(04,06,09,11,12,13,14,15)
    1 NFL Title
    1 Footballer of the Year 2017
    2 GAA All-Stars 2011 & 2017
    2 U-21 Connacht Championships(2003 & 2004)
    2 Minor Connacht Championships(2000 & 2001)
    3 Sigerson Cup(2004, 2005 & 2008)

  • 24/08/2019   Saturday

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 1

    Bohola Moy Davitts        Davitts    18:30

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 2

    Ballina Stephenites       Aghamore      17:00

    Westport         Castlebar Mitchels        18:00

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 3

    Ballintubber        Knockmore      16:00

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 4

    Charlestown Sarsfields       Ballaghaderreen        17:00

    Mayo Intermediate Championship - Group 1

    Swinford        Bonniconlon     17:00

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers B        Ardnaree     18:30

    Mayo Intermediate Championship - Group 3

    Ballyhaunis      The Neale       17:00

    Mayo Gaels             Ballinrobe     18:30

    Mayo Intermediate Championship - Group 4

    Kiltimagh       Lahardane       18:30

    North Mayo Junior A Championship Group 2

    Ballycroy                   Killala      18:00

     

    25/08/2019 Sunday

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 1

    Breaffy vs  Kiltane                  15:00   

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 3

    Garrymore vs Hollymount-Carramore    13:00

    Mayo Senior Championship - Group 4

    Claremorris  vs  Béal an Mhuirthead      15:00

    Mayo Intermediate Championship - Group 2

    Balla       vs      Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin      13:00

    Burrishoole   Islandeady                             13:00    

    Mayo Intermediate Championship - Group 4

    Louisburgh   vs  Shrule/Glencorrib       15:00   

    Mayo Junior A Championship - Group 2

    Ardagh           Achill   16:00

    Michael Walsh Junior Group 2

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers     Kilmeena   12:00

    North Mayo Junior A Championship Group 1

    Cill Chomain        Ballycastle     12:00

    South Mayo U14 B Championship

    Hollymount-Carramore       Mayo Gaels    11:00

    West Mayo U16 A Championship

    Ballintubber        Castlebar Mitchels      18:00

    West Mayo U16 C Championship

    Islandeady        Burrishoole       18:00