Nicky Rackard Cup

  • 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.

  • The Mayo hurling team to face Sligo in tomorrow’s Nicky Rackard Cup has been announced.

    The game in the Sligo Centre of Excellence gets underway at 3pm tomorrow.

    The team in full is as follows:

    1. Stephen Leneghan
    2. Conor Murray
    3. Conor Daly
    4. Sean Mulroy
    5. Brian Hunt
    6. David Kenny
    7. Cathal Freeman
    8. Kieran McDermott
    9. Sean Kenny
    10. Sean Regan
    11. Kieran Kiely
    12. Patrick Kiely
    13. Shane Boland
    14. Adrian Phillips
    15. Corey Scahill
  • 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  

     

  • The Mayo hurlers get their Nicky Rackard Campaign underway tomorrow.

    Derek Walsh’s side travel to Healy Park in Omagh to face Tyrone.

    The game gets underway at 2pm.

    Elsewhere, Sligo get their campaign up and running today with a difficult trip to Dundalk to face Louth at 3pm.

    Tomorrow in the Christy Ring Cup, Roscommon host Kildare in Athleague at 12.45pm.

    Meanwhile, the Galway hurlers get their Leinster Senior Championship campaign underway tomorrow afternoon at 3pm against Carlow in Pearse Stadium, Salthill.

  • Nicky Rackard Cup

    Group 2

    Tyrone 1-15 Mayo 0-15

    Sligo 2-24 Louth 1-19

     

    Christy Ring Cup

    Group 2

    Roscommon 0-20 Kildare 1-15

  • Derek Walsh has named his Mayo team to face Leitrim in tomorrow's Nicky Rackard Cup Semi-Final.

    The game will be live on Midwest Radio from 1.30pm in Elverys MacHale Park in association with Delaney's Hardware Ballyhaunis.

    1. Gerald Kelly
    2. Gary Nolan
    3. Stephen Coyne (C)
    4. John Cassidy
    5. Sean Regan
    6. David Kenny
    7. Cathal Freeman
    8. Adrian Phillips
    9. Sean Mulroy
    10. Sean Kenny
    11. Shane Boland
    12. Corey Scahill
    13. Jason Coyne
    14. Brian Morley
    15. Eoin Delaney
  • Mayo 3-23 Leitrim 1-11

     

    Mayo produced a commanding display to see off Leitrim in today’s Nicky Rackard Cup semi-final.

    The sides were level at the break 1-08 apiece but Mayo pushed on in the second half.

    Mayo’s goals came from Brian Morley, Cathal Freeman and Shane Boland.

    Derek Walsh’s side will now face Donegal in the final next weekend.

  • The draw for the 2020 Nicky Rackard Cup has taken place and Mayo’s opening game will be at home to Warwickshire.

    In Round Two, Mayo will be away to Monaghan and Round Three will see Mayo have a home clash against Tyrone.

  • Following changes to the Hurling Championships the draw for the 2020 Nicky Rackard Cup has been made.

    Mayo will play Monaghan in the Quarter Finals on the weekend of October 24th & 25th.

     

    2020 Christy Ring Cup Draw

    Quarter-Finals: Down v London; Offaly v Kildare; Roscommon v Wicklow; Derry v Sligo.

    2020 Nicky Rackard Cup Draw

    Quarter-Finals: Armagh v Leitrim; Warwickshire v Tyrone; Donegal v Longford; Monaghan v Mayo

  • Derek Walsh has named his Mayo side to face Donegal in tomorrow's Nicky Rackard Cup Final.

    The game throws-in at 1:30pm in Croke Park and will be live on Midwest Radio Sport with thanks to Delaney's Hardware Ballyhaunis.

     

    1. Gerald Kelly

    2. Gary Nolan

    3. Stephen Coyne (c)

    4. John Cassidy

    5. Brian Hunt

    6. David Kenny

    7. Cathal Freeman

    8. Sean Regan

    9. Sean Kenny

    10. Adrian Phillips

    11. Shane Boland

    12. Corey Scahill

    13. Jason Coyne

    14. Brian Morley

    15. Eoin Delaney

  • The GAA have confirmed that the Mayo hurlers Nicky Rackard Cup semi-final with Leitrim will take place in Elverys MacHale Park in Castlebar this Saturday.

    The game will get underway at 1.30pm.

    The other semi-final between Donegal and Tyrone is fixed for Letterkenny at the same time.

    Meanwhile, Roscommon’s Christy Ring Cup semi-final against Kildare will take place in Newbridge at 1.30 on Saturday.

  • Nicky Rackard Cup Final

    Donegal 3-18 Mayo 0-21

     

    The Mayo hurlers suffered a heartbreaking defeat at Croke Park this afternoon in the Nicky Rackard Cup Final.

    Mayo got off to a dream start leading 0-09 to 0-03 at the first water break, however the Ulster men controlled the second quarter to go in trailing by just three points.

    Donegal became the first team to win the Nicky Rackard Cup on three separate occasions when they produced a stunning comeback, clinching their victory thanks to two goals in the space of 30 seconds with five minutes to play.  

  • Nicky Rackard Cup Semi-Final 
    Sligo 2-21 Warwickshire 2-17

  • The Mayo hurlers are going in search of a place in the Nicky Rackard Cup final on Saturday afternoon when they take on Leitrim.

     

    Derek Walsh’s side have been very impressive  throughout the competition and welcome Leitrim to MacHale Park on Saturday.

     

    The game gets underway at 1.30pm and will be live on Midwest Radio Sport with John Lynch and Frank Browne on commentary.

     

    Our coverage of the big match is with thanks to Delaney's Hardware Ballyhaunis.