Mayo Soccer

  • A student from Balla has been named on head coach William O’Connor’s 18-strong panel for this season’s Centenary Shield crusade.

    Luke McNicholas from Balla Secondary School, Liam Kerrigan from St Attracta’s Community school in Tubbercurry and Adam Rooney from Yeats College, Galway are named on the panel.

    The 2018 series will see the Republic of Ireland with two consecutive away fixtures as the Boys in Green commence battle, taking on the Welsh Dragons in a fortnight’s time, while a month later, they will visit Luton Town to take on their hosts England in what should prove to be one of their toughest tests I the 4-match programme.

    The Republic of Ireland will meet Northern Ireland at the end of March, with a final game against Scotland in April.

     

  • Connacht Gold Premier Cup Final 

    Ballyhauniis Town 1-1 Snugboro Utd AET
    Ballyhaunis Town win 4-3 on penalties 

  • Super League Manulla v Straide & Foxford Utd is changed to Foxford

    Premier League Snugboro Utd v Conn Rangers now at 12.30pm tomorrow

  • Changes to this weekends fixtures (Sat 19th/Sun 20th May):
     
    Connacht Gold Super Cup Round 1------------Iorras Aontaithe v Claremorris in Claremorris on Sunday at 12pm
     
    Connacht Gold Premier Cup Round 1-------------Fahy Rovers v Manulla 'B' in Solar 21 Park on Sunday at 10.30am
     
    Connacht Gold Premier Cup Round 1------------Claremorris 'B' v Snugboro Utd in Claremorris on Sunday at 3pm
     
    Connacht Gold Premier Cup Round 1------------Crossmolina v Ballyglass 'B' in Ballyglass on Thursday next 24th May at 7pm

    Connacht Gold Premier Cup Round 1 ------------ Mulranny Utd V Partry Ath - OFF
  • Changes to Mayo League Fixtures::
     
    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League-----Fahy Rovers v Snugboro Utd is now going ahead at 7pm in Snugboro on Friday 25th May
     
    Elverys Sports Super League-----Ballyheane v Ballina Town played in Celtic Park, Castlebar on Sun 27th May at 11am
  • Saturday 19th May 2018----------Round 1

    Connacht Gold Super Cup 

    Ballyglass

    2  v  0

    Achill Rovers

    Iorras Aontaithe

    Sunday at 12 

    Claremorris

    Bangor Hibs

    2  v  5

    Ballina Town

     

    Connacht Gold Premier Cup

    Ballyhaunis Town

    4  v  0

    Killala

    Mulranny Utd

    0  v  3

    Partry Athletic

    Kilmore

    Won 3-2 on penalties

    1  v  1

    Hollister

    Newport Town

    3  v  4

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

     

     

     

     

  • Former Chelsea & Republic of Ireland International Damien Duff travels to Castlebar with his talented U15 Shamrock Rovers side who sit nicely at the top of SSE Airtricity group 2 on Saturday July 28th.

    They are undefeated this season with 11 games played, 45 goals scored and only 4 conceded. With no less then 6 Irish internationals in their squad including the highly rated Sami Clarke they are a fantastic team to watch.

    Mayo SL may have been defeated in their trip to Dublin but look to change things around this time and give Rovers a tough game.

    With Solar 21 Parks pitch looking in fine condition Shamrock Rovers are looking forward to travelling down to play on such a pristine surface. The game on Saturday week kicks off at 2pm.

     

  • FAI New Balance Junior Cup 2018—Round 3

    Hollister

    v

    Manulla

    Westport Utd

    v

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    Claremorris

    v

    Castlebar Celtic

    Conn Rangers

    v

    Partry Athletic

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    v

    Iorras Aontaithe

    Killala

    v

    Crossmolina

  • T P Brennan ConnachtCup Semi Finals Fixtures Sunday 8th April 2018

     

    Home

     

    Away

     

    Castlebar Celtic

    v

    Carbury FC

     

    St Peters FC

    v

    Boyle Celtic/Mervue Utd

     

     

    T P Brennan Connacht Shield Semi Finals Fixtures Sunday 8th April 2018

     

     

    Home

     

    Away

     

    Colemanstown Utd

    v

    Swinford

     

    Kilkerrin Utd

    v

    Real Tubber

     

  • Westport Utd 5-0 Kiltimagh/Knock Utd
    Claremorris 3-4 Castlebar Celtic 
    Conn Rangers 3-2 Partry Athletic 
    Killala 2-1 Crossmolina 

  • Mayo U14s were in action at same time as the U16s Sunday morning. Management utilised the entire squad in this game to ensure all girls got good game time.As has been the case all week this was another tight game with little separating the girls and Galway. Mayo fell behind and couldn't retrieve it so finished in 8th position. 

    The 16s had their match on one of the Astroturf pitches against MGL. Management here also utilised the full squad bearing in mind that injuries at this stage had reduced us to 18 fit players.

    The opening exchanges were even and the first real chance was from a MGL corner when the ball was just headed over. On 14 minutes Maria Cannon intercepted a Dublin attack and quickly  counter attacked and fired a super diagonal shot just inches wide of the far corner. The game was end to end by now and both Roisin Kelly and Leah Conway gave excellent covering defending on 2 occasions.

    The 2nd half was only started when Mayo keeper Emma Mc Nutty had to be really brave in diving at the incoming forward to make a top save and getting a boot in the nose for her heroics. Mayo continued to threaten and Ava Keane was unlucky on 27 minutes. The Dublin side went ahead 4 mins from time and things looked bleak. The girls kept plugging away knowing that there was a considerable amount of time lost to a Dublin injury.Deep into added time a brilliantly floated Annie Gough free kick was headed into the top of the net by Kate O Dowd. Cue manic celebrations and there was still time for another chance for Mayo and an unbelievable Hana Ueno clearance off our line.

    Full time and 1-1 

    After the initial 5 penalties the 2 sides were still tied 4 -4. MGL eventually won 6 -5 on penalties.

    Thus Mayo finished 4th overall and while this squad has finished in the top 4 in Ireland in 2 of the past 3 years this year feels like under achievement by both players and staff.

     

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    The fixtures have been confirmed for the National U15 SSE Airtricity League. 

    Mayo League will be in Group 2 and will be away to Athlone Town in their opening game on Sunday March 25th, at home to Sligo Rovers on April 8th, at home to UCD on April 15th, away to Bray Wanderers on Arpil 22nd, at home to Longford Town on April 29th. 

    Mayo will travel to face Shamrock Rovers on May 13th, entertain Cabinteely on May 20th, Athlone Town on May 27th, travel to face Sligo Rovers on July 1st, UCD on July 8th, entertain Bray Wanderers on July 15th and are away to Longford Town on July 22nd. 

    The last two round robin fixtures see Mayo entertain Shamrock Rovers on July 29th and away to Cabinteely on August 12th. 

  • SFAI U16 Cup CFA Regional Final 
    Manulla 1-0 Salthill Devon 

  • SFAI U12 Championship Final 
    Mayo 2-1 DDSL 

  • 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. 

  • 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 

  • 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.