Moy Davitts

  • The Mayo Ladies Senior Football Championship decider will be held in Swinford Amenity Park tomorrow afternoon.

    Reigning County Champions take on Moy Davitts and it gets underway at 4.30pm.

    Elsewhere,tomorrow in Ballinamore the Connacht Junior Championship match between C.L. MacHale Rovers and Aughawillan will throw-in at 2pm

  • Mayo Ladies Senior Football Final

    Carnacon 2-15 Moy Davitts 0-12

  • Bohola sisters Grace & Niamh Kelly will return home from Perth next week.

    Grace sustained a serious knee injury a month ago for the West Coast Eagles but says the surgery went well and she will now be able to fly home to Ireland.

    The Moy Davitts ace, 25, joined her younger sister Niamh, 24, at women’s AFL side West Coast Eagles last year.

    The sisters will be hoping to line out for Mayo in the Championship this season if there is a campaign with the Coronavirus bringing action to a halt.

    Speaking to Midwest Sport today, Grace says it's been a hectic few weeks but is really looking forward to returning home to Mayo next week.

    The full interview with Michael D McAndrew can be heard on this Sunday's Sport Show.

  • Moy Davitts GAA club 50/50 draw will recommence this Saturday 13th June.

    Details of how to play online are available on the club's Facebook and Twitter pages.

    Over 20 Mayo GAA clubs are now running their lotto online on a weekly basis, and are appealing for support during this difficult time.