Oisin Mullin

  • Mayo’s Oisin Mullin has won the 2020 Young Footballer of the Year award.

    The kilmaine man was up against his team mates Eoghan McLaughlin & Tommy Conroy for the award.

    Brian Fenton has been named Footballer of the Year for the 2020 season at the PwC All-Star awards. 

    The outcome of the Footballer of the Year award was thought to be uncertain, with Fenton beating out competition from fellow nominees, his Dublin teammate Ciaran Kilkenny and Mayo's Cillian O'Connor. 

    Both Cillian O’Connor & Oisin Mullin picked up all-stars on a night which saw Dublin win nine, Cavan pick up three and Conor Sweeney from Tipperary completed the team.

  • Mayo's own Oisin Mullin is locked in a head-to-head battle with soccer player Dara O'Shea for the title of Ireland's Young Sports Star of the Year 2020.

    The Kilmaine man has had a great year, being one of the young players that is bringing great hope for the future of Mayo football.

    Great energy, an attacking threat, and magnificent defending against some of the best forwards in the country.

    Also up for the award is Beibhinn Parsons, Saoirse Noonan, Joey Sheridan and Keane Barry.

     You can vote by going on to the Irish Independent website.




  • Mayo footballer Oisin Mullin has been included in the GAA team of the week.

    The Kilmaine man was on hand to bag a goal in his sides four point win over Clare yesterday.

    Mayo secured an instant return to Division 1 and will begin their Connacht Championship campaign with a trip to Sligo in two weeks time.

  • It was announced earlier this year that, for the first time in twenty-four years, Intersport Elvery's would share their position on the Mayo GAA jersey with a second sponsor.

    This sponsor was later revealed to be Portwest, the Westport work-wear company that has made its mark as the fastest growing work-wear company worldwide.

    What started as a small local drapery back in 1904 has now grown into a global success story. Still owned by the three Hughes brothers, Cathal, Harry and Owen and headquartered in Westport, Portwest now employ over 5,000 people both here and internationally.

    So, it is particularly nice to see that they remain so committed to Westport and indeed, Mayo.

    Earlier this year, Portwest announced 40 new jobs which will be located in their Westport headquarters.

    Portwest CEO, Harry Hughes says ‘As the past year has shown us, community is everything. Mayo GAA is an integral part of that, enriching the local community.

    We are delighted to be able to support an organisation that shares our values and look forward to being inspired by all that Mayo GAA has to offer over the coming years. ’To mark the beginning of the sponsorship, Portwest have launched their #BackingLocal campaign with a video to highlight the importance of community.

    The Video features Young Player of the Year 2020 Oisín Mullin, who has recently joined the growing company in their Accounting Department. ‘It's great to see that Portwest are so committed to Mayo’,Oisin said. ‘Not only to the GAA but to providing employment so that people can stay in the West of Ireland and work in a global company without having to move away.

    ’Chairperson of Mayo GAA, Liam Moffatt says, ‘We are delighted to have Portwest onboard as a commercial partner and we look forward to working with them in the years to come. It is great to see another local business getting behind Mayo GAA as we look forward to getting back to play over the coming weeks. ’The video marks the beginning of a five-year sponsorship deal with Mayo GAA. Portwest will appear on the back of the new men’s jersey and on the sleeve of the women’s jersey. The sponsorship extends to all GAA disciplines, including hurling and camóige as well as the men and women’s football teams.



  • Two Mayo players have been named in the GAA.ie football team of the week.

    Oisin Mullin and Matthew Ruane have both been included following their performances on Saturday against Down in Elverys MacHale Park.