Solar 21 Park

  • Oliver Kelleher Masters Cup Semi-Finals

    Claremorris 8-3 Westport Utd
    Achill Rovers 3-5 Castlebar Celtic 

  • Division 2—Round 9

    Swinford ‘C’

    0  v  2

    Claremorris

     

     

     

  • There was a large turnout for the AGM of the Mayo Football League which was held at Solar 21 Park last night. The following members were elected to the LMC - Gerry Sweeney, Chairperson, Sean Molloy, Vice Chairperson, John Durkan, Secretary, Tom McDaniel, Treasurer, James Larkin, Asst Treasurer, Kieran Gallagher, PRO, Donal Benson, Martin Kielty and Seamus Hughes. The 2018 season kicks off on Sunday March 25th.

  • Westaro Cup Final 
    Manulla 1-0 Ballina Town AET 

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    This Sunday at 2.30pm in Solar 21 Park Milebush, the Mayo under 18 footballers go in search of a historic victory in the FAI New Balance Youth Inter League Cup Final. 
    Since the competition began in 1965, Mayo have reached the final on only one previous occasion in 1989, when they were defeated by a Dublin selection.

    This year already they have overcome the Donegal Youth League, the Inishowen Youth & Schoolboys League, and the Monaghan Cavan Junior League in the group stages before seeing off Waterford & District Association Football League in the quarter finals and the Clare District League in the semi-final. 

    On Sunday, they face off against another Munster side in the shape of the formidable Cork Youth League, but with home advantage and a big home support, hopes are high that the lads can bring triumph on this huge occasion for Mayo football. 

    Ahead of the big day we sat down with the management team of Mark Togher, Joe Faughnan and Kevin Burke who told us how the team has progressed over the course of the season and we had a chat with Brendan Keegan, a member of the 1989 vintage who hopes to see this year's crop go one better this time around. Listen below now. 

  • SSE U15 National League Cup Quarter Final 
    Mayo League 2-4 St Patrick's Athletic

  • Result from today’s U15 SL Airtricity league in Solar 21 Park;

    Mayo SL U15s 4 , Longford Town 1

    A strong second half performance for Mayo lads after going in 1-0 behind at the break with goals from Sean Sweeney (2) , Aidan Cunningham and David Cassidy securing the 4-1 win.

    This makes it a good weekend overall for the Mayo sides with the U13 side securing a inter good 3-0 win against the same opposition in Longford yesterday.

  • The Mayo U18 Boys will play Waterford next Sunday in Solar 21 Park at 12 noon in the U18 Inter League. This is the Quarter Final of this U18 competition. Mayo U18s beat Donegal 2-0 in Donegal last Saturday. All support would be appreciated. 

  • The Mayo League Managment Committee has decided that the Oliver Kelleher Masters Cup final will be held on Saturday 3rd March at 7pm in Solar 21 Park.

    The semi-finals are fixed for tonight.

  •  

    Quarter Finals

     

    Westport Utd

    5  v  1

    Manulla

     

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd or

    Fahy Rovers

    v

    Achill Rovers

    Match awarded to Achill Rovers

    Castlebar Celtic

    7  v  2

    Swinford ‘C’

    Claremorris

    2  v  0

    Ballina Town

     

  • 232 students from 27 schools in Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo competed in the SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Connacht Finals which were held in Solar21 Park, Castlebar this afternoon (May 3)

    The event saw 31,728 children participate this year. The competition has been running since the mid 1990’s, the event is more popular than ever with an impressive 1,528 schools involved in 2018.

    The competition is run across six divisions, ensuring that schools of all sizes are catered for. Boys and girls are encouraged to play together but there is a separate competition for boys and girls dependent on school enrolment numbers.

    This year saw 2 schools from both Mayo and Galway make the cut as well as qualifiers from Sligo and Roscommon. Flying the flag for Mayo in the Aviva will be the girls of Belcarra NS and St. John’s NS, Breaffy. Bawnmore NS and Oranmore NS will be the proud representatives of Galway. Alongside them representing Connacht will be our Sligo Champions, Ardkeeran NS and Roscommon Champions, Corrigeenroe NS.

    SPAR ‘A’ Cup (Small Schools, boys/mixed teams)

    Led by the impressive Owen Elding, Ardkeeran NS, Sligobattled past all challenges to book their place in the National Finals with victories against Gortletteragh NS, defending Champions Doorus NS and Lisaniskey NS. They could not defeat Straide NS however, who were not beaten on the day but drew three of their games to finish third. With victories over Gotletteragh and Lisaniskey NS, Doorus NS would ultimately claim the runners-up honours.

    Ardkeeran NS

    1

    0

    Gortletteragh

    Straide NS

    2

    2

    Doorus NS

    Ardkeeran NS

    4

    0

    Lisaniskey NS

    Gortletteragh

    1

    5

    Doorus NS

    Straide NS

    2

    2

    Ardkeeran NS

    Gortletteragh

    8

    1

    Lisaniskey NS

    Lisaniskey NS

    2

    4

    Straide NS

    Ardkeeran NS

    2

    1

    Doorus NS

    Straide NS

    2

    2

    Gortletteragh

    Doorus NS

    3

    1

    Lisaniskey NS

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    Ardkeeran NS

    4

    3

    1

    0

    9

    3

    6

    10

    2

    Straide NS

    4

    1

    3

    0

    10

    8

    2

    6

    3

    Doorus NS

    4

    2

    1

    1

    11

    6

    5

    7

    4

    Gortletteragh

    4

    1

    1

    2

    11

    9

    2

    4

    5

    Lisaniskey NS

    4

    0

    0

    4

    4

    19

    -15

    0

     

    SPAR ‘B’ Cup (Medium Schools, boys/mixed teams)

    The tribal roar of Bawnmore NSwill be heard at the National Finals after the Galway school qualified in an efficient manner. After a clear 4-0 victory over St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle, the now-Connacht champions would then defeat all other opposition by a single goal. Their final victory against Ballyvary Central would leave their opposition in second place, as the Mayo school defeated Gaelscoil Liatroma 6-2 and St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle 3-1 to secure the placing.

    St. Joseph’s Boyle

    1

    3

    Scoil Ursula

    Gaelscoil Liatroma

    2

    6

    Ballyvary Central

    St. Joseph’s Boyle

    0

    4

    Bawnmore NS

    Scoil Ursula

    0

    0

    Ballyvary Central

    Gaelscoil Liatroma

    9

    0

    St. Joseph’s Boyle

    Scoil Ursula

    1

    2

    Bawnmore NS

    Bawnmore NS

    2

    1

    Gaelscoil Liatroma

    St. Joseph’s Boyle

    1

    3

    Ballyvary Central

    Gaelscoil Liatroma

    6

    2

    Scoil Ursula

    Ballyvary Central

    0

    1

    Bawnmore NS

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    Bawnmore NS

    4

    4

    0

    0

    9

    2

    7

    12

    2

    Ballyvary Central

    4

    2

    1

    1

    9

    4

    5

    7

    3

    Scoil Ursula

    4

    1

    1

    2

    6

    9

    -3

    4

    4

    Gaelscoil Liatroma

    4

    2

    0

    2

    18

    10

    8

    6

    5

    St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle

    4

    0

    0

    4

    2

    19

    -17

    0

     

    SPAR ‘C’ Cup (Large Schools, boys/mixed teams)

    The boys of Oranmore NS will raise the Galway banner as they enter the Aviva Stadium as Connacht Champions. Three games resulted in maximum points for the winners, with victories against their own ‘B’ team and the talented sides of Claremorris BNS and St. Patrick’s, Castlebar. Claremorris BNS would fill the place as runners-up as their 3-1 victory over St. Patrick’s and exciting 4-3 success against Oranmore NS ‘B’ left them clear on points.

    Oranmore A

    3

    0

    Oranmore B

    Claremorris BNS

    3

    1

    St. Pats Castlebar

    St. Pats Castlebar

    6

    5

    Oranmore B

    Claremorris BNS

    0

    2

    Oranmore A

    Claremorris BNS

    4

    3

    Oranmore B

    Oranmore A

    5

    1

    St. Pats Castlebar

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    Oranmore A

    3

    3

    0

    0

    10

    1

    9

    9

    2

    Claremorris BNS

    3

    2

    0

    1

    7

    6

    1

    6

    3

    St. Pat’s, Castlebar

    3

    1

    0

    2

    8

    13

    -5

    3

    4

    Oranmore B

    3

    0

    0

    3

    8

    13

    -5

    0

     

    SPAR Girls ‘A’ Cup (Small Schools, girls only)

    There will be flags of yellow and blue flying in the Aviva Stadium as Corrigeenroe NSof Roscommon blitzed their group to claim Provincial honours. Their toughest challenge presented itself at the first obstacle as Scoil Realt Na Mara were reluctant to give them an easy three points and a single goal would separate them at the final whistle. Following the opener, the Roscommon side found proceedings much easier with a 3-1 victory over Meelickmore before heavy victories over Killinmumery NS and Woodford NS. Scoil Realt Na Mara took second place with an important victory over Woodford NS before victory over Killinmumery NS sealed their faith.

    Meelickmore

    0

    2

    Woodford NS

    Corrigeenroe NS

    1

    0

    Scoil Realt Na Mara

    Meelickmore

    0

    0

    Killinmumery NS

    Woodford NS

    1

    2

    Scoil Realt Na Mara

    Corrigeenroe NS

    3

    1

    Meelickmore

    Woodford NS

    0

    0

    Killinmumery NS

    Killinmumery NS

    0

    5

    Corrigeenroe NS

    Meelickmore

    1

    1

    Scoil Realt Na Mara

    Corrigeenroe NS

    6

    0

    Woodford NS

    Scoil Realt Na Mara

    2

    1

    Killinmumery NS

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    Corrigeenroe NS

    4

    4

    0

    0

    15

    1

    14

    12

    2

    Scoil Realt Na Mara

    4

    2

    1

    1

    5

    4

    1

    7

    3

    Woodford NS

    4

    1

    1

    2

    3

    8

    -5

    4

    4

    Meelickmore

    4

    0

    2

    2

    2

    6

    -4

    2

    5

    Killinmumery NS

    4

    0

    2

    2

    1

    7

    -6

    2

     

    SPAR Girls ‘B’ Cup (Medium Schools, girls only)

    They were so keen to play that Belcarra NSof Mayo arrived in Solar21 Park on Wednesday morning for Thursday’s event. Their eagerness still remained when they returned on the actual day and were undefeated in their four games. The day began with a 2-1 victory against Carrigallen NS before following up 3-1 against Cornafulla NS. Their biggest test came against Rathcormac NS but they successfully navigated through with a 2-0 result to win the Cup. Rathcormac NS would finish as runners-up as they defeated all but the Champions.

    Carrigallen NS

    1

    2

    Belcarra

    Carnmore

    2

    0

    Cornafulla NS

    Carrigallen NS

    3

    4

    Rathcormac NS

    Belcarra

    3

    1

    Cornafulla NS

    Carnmore

    2

    2

    Carrigallen NS

    Belcarra

    2

    0

    Rathcormac NS

    Rathcormac NS

    1

    0

    Carnmore

    Carrigallen NS

    2

    2

    Cornafulla NS

    Carnmore

    0

    0

    Belcarra

    Cornafulla NS

    0

    2

    Rathcormac NS

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    Belcarra

    4

    3

    1

    0

    7

    2

    5

    10

    2

    Rathcormac NS

    4

    3

    0

    1

    7

    5

    2

    9

    3

    Carnmore

    4

    1

    2

    1

    4

    3

    1

    5

    4

    Carrigallen NS

    4

    0

    2

    2

    8

    10

    -2

    2

    5

    Cornafulla NS

    4

    0

    1

    3

    3

    9

    -6

    1

     

    SPAR Girls ‘C’ Cup (Large Schools, girls only)

    There was excitement, there was nerves and the teachers had their maths put to the test as Scoil Íde, defending Champions Scoil Róis and St. John’s NS, Breaffyall finished on nine points with the Mayo goals having the goals in their favour as they were declared Champions based solely on goal difference. With +10 on their record, they leapt above Scoil Íde on +8 and Scoil Rois on +7. It did not seem a likely result at the start of the day as the Galway girls of Scoil Róis defeated the eventual winners 3-1. St. John’s NS would pick their performance up from there on in and pick up points against Scoil íde and Scoil Ursula of Sligo before a tournament-winning performance against St. Angela’s as they won 8-1 and gave a huge boost to their goal difference.

    Scoil Róis

    3

    1

    St. John’s NS, Breaffy

    St. Angela’s

    0

    6

    Scoil Ide

    St. John’s NS, Breaffy

    4

    1

    Scoil Ursula

    Scoil Ide

    1

    0

    Scoil Róis

    Scoil Ursula

    2

    0

    St. Angela’s

    St. John’s NS, Breaffy

    3

    1

    Scoil Ide

    Scoil Ursula

    0

    4

    Scoil Róis

    St. John’s NS, Breaffy

    8

    1

    St. Angela’s

    Scoil Ide

    4

    1

    Scoil Ursula

    Scoil Róis

    2

    0

    St. Angela’s

     

     

     

    P

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    GD

    Pts

    1

    St. John’s NS, Breaffy

    4

    3

    0

    1

    16

    6

    10

    9

    2

    Scoil Ide

    4

    3

    0

    1

    12

    4

    8

    9

    3

    Scoil Róis

    4

    3

    0

    1

    9

    2

    7

    9

    4

    Scoil Ursula

    4

    1

    0

    3

    4

    12

    -8

    3

    5

    St. Angela’s

    4

    0

    0

    4

    1

    18

    -17

    0

     

    The six Provincial finalists will now travel to Dublin for the National Finals which will be held in the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, May 30 (KO 11.30am). We would urge all participating schools to take the day off and travel to the Dublin finale to support their school in what should prove to be a phenomenal day for all involved, players and spectators alike. 

     

    It promises to be a fantastic fun filled family day with a “Player of the Tournament” accolade for each section, goodie bags and medals for ALL 192 participants as they’re all winners on the day!

     

    Spectators will be entertained with a super day of action as well as face painting, samba drummers, a well-known DJ to play some great tunes to gear us up for the games and a chance for one special supporter to win an epic prize in the Young Sports Journalist competition. You’ll have to stay tuned on the day to see who will be crowned 2018 Champions.

     

    Cheer on the schools from your classroom or office chair if you can’t make the trip to Dublin and follow the progress on the FAI Schools Facebook and Twitter pages (@faischools)

     

    Summary of our winners and runners up

     

    Group                                                                   Winner                                                 Runner Up

    SPAR ‘A’ Cup (small schools)                  Ardkeeran NS, Sligo                             Scoil Chiaráin Naofa, Doorus, Galway

    SPAR ‘B’ Cup (medium schools)            Bawnmore NS, Galway                      Ballyvary Central, Mayo

    SPAR ‘C’ Cup (large schools)                  Oranmore NS, Galway                         Claremorris BNS, Mayo

    SPAR Girls ‘A’ Cup (small schools)        Corrigeenroe NS, Roscommon        Scoil Realt na Mara, Sligo

    SPAR Girls ‘B’ Cup (medium schools)   Belcarra NS, Mayo                                Rathcormac NS, Sligo

    SPAR Girls ‘C’ Cup (large schools)         St. John’s NS, Breaffy, Mayo            Scoil Ide, Galway

     

    Follow the action on social media via #SPAR5sor at www.faischools.ie and www.spar.ie

    SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme

    PROVINCIAL

    Ulster Final:                        May 2                    John Sherlock Park, Cootehill Harps FC, Co. Cavan
    Connacht Final:                 May 3                    Solar21 Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo
    Munster Final:                   May 8+9               Mounthawk Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry
    Leinster Final:                    May 10                  MDL Grounds, Trim Road, Navan, Co. Meath

    NATIONAL
    National Final:                    May 30                 Aviva Stadium, Dublin

  • Solar21 Park, Castlebar, Mayo played host to the Connacht Finals of the SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme yesterday (Thursday, May 9).

    The SPAR FAI Primary Schools 5s Programme has seen participation figures grow year on year to become the largest primary schools’ competition in the country.

    37,448 students from 1,696 schools are contesting the SPAR 5s this year, 322 of which hail from Connacht. Through a series of local qualification rounds just 6 of the 30 schools progress from a hard-fought Connacht Finals day onto the National finals.

    The ‘A’ Cup, open to boys and/or mixed teams from small schools, had 5 passionate schools with Ardkeeran NS, Sligo triumphant in what was a thrilling contest edging past Brackloon NS, Mayo.

    The ‘B’ Cup, for medium sized schools, again proved to be a compelling division with 5 teams involved. The division was eventually won by Cregmore NS, Galway who topped the group on goal difference over a talented Scoil Padraig, Westport, Mayo side.

    The ‘C’ Cup, for large schools, was another hard-fought contest between 5 very talented schools. St. John’s NS eventually came out on top of the large school’s division with a gallant St. Joseph’s NS, Ballinrobe in second place.

    Ardkeeran NS, Cregmore NS and St. John’s NS will now progress to the National Finals on May 29 in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

    The rise in the number of girls putting boot to ball has been particularly pleasing for sponsors, SPAR, as 42% of participants are now female. Participation in the girl’s division of the SPAR FAI Primary Schools 5s programme reached an all-time high this year with 15,640 girls from 4th, 5th and 6th class registered making it more competitive than ever.

    The Girls ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ Cup finals were held also held on the day, where there was a fantastic atmosphere throughout the competition.

    In the Girls ‘A’ Cup, for small schools, 5 took the honours in a really exciting and hard-fought division with a victorious Lisacul NS, Roscommonovercoming an excellent Ardagh NS, Mayo into second spot.

    In the Girls ‘B’ Cup Final, for medium sized schools, Clarinbridge NS, Galway sealed qualification to the next stage after they overcame a tough challenge from Newport NS, Mayo.

    Scoil Íde, Salthillput in a fine display against Scoil Iognaid to win the Girls ‘C’ Cup division for large schools with the Salthill school progressing to the National Finals.

    The SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme has been in existence since the mid 1990’s and has increased student participation levels by 14.5% since 2018 up to 37,448. The competition is run across six divisions, ensuring that schools of all sizes are catered for. Boys and girls are encouraged to play together but there is a separate competition for boys and girls dependent on school enrolment numbers.

    Dave Archbold, Secretary of FAI Schools stated, “This is our fifth year with title sponsors SPAR and I am delighted to report that the competition has grown yet again and now firmly holds the title of the largest primary schools’ competition in the country. SPAR’s ongoing support, both nationally and at a local level, has ensured the ongoing success of the programme and given 37,448 children an opportunity to get involved in a professionally-run, fun and inclusive programme. FAI Schools look forward to welcoming schools to the National Finals on Wednesday, May 29 in Aviva Stadium.  We would also like to extend our thanks to all schools who have participated in 2019.” 

    Colin Donnelly, SPAR Sales Director said, “As a community based retailer, SPAR encourages a healthy and active lifestyle and is proud to be a supporter of primary schools’ soccer in association with the FAI. SPAR retailers in Connacht have been getting behind theSPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme, which encourages children to get involved in football in a fun, safe and inclusive environment.”

    The six Provincial Finalists will now travel to Dublin for the National Finals which will be held in the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, May 29 (KO 11.30am). We would urge all participating schools to take the day off and travel to the Dublin finale to support their school in what should prove to be a phenomenal day for all involved, players and spectators alike. 

    It promises to be a fantastic fun filled family day with a “Player of the Tournament” accolade for each section, goodie bags and medals for ALL 192 participants as they’re all winners on the day!

    Spectators will be entertained with a super day of footie as well as face painting, samba drummers, a well-known DJ to play some great tunes to gear us up for the games and a chance f0r one special supporter to win an epic prize in the Young Sports Journalist competition. You’ll have to stay tuned on the day to see who will be crowned 2019 Champions.

    Cheer on the schools from your sofa or office chair if you can’t make the trip to Dublin and follow the progress on the FAI Schools facebook and twitter pages!

    Follow the action on social media platforms via #SPAR5s or at www.faischools.ie and www.spar.ie

     

    Summary of our Connacht winners and runners up

     

    Group                                                     Winner                                                  Runner Up

    ‘A’ Cup (small schools)                       Ardkeeran NS, Sligo                           Brackloon NS, Mayo

    ‘B’ Cup (medium schools)                 Cregmore NS, Galway                        Scoil Padraig, Westport

    ‘C’ Cup (large schools)                        St. John’s NS, Knocknacarra             St. Joseph’s NS, Ballinrobe

    Girls ‘A’ Cup (small schools)              Liscul NS, Roscommon                       Ardagh NS, Mayo

    Girls ‘B’ Cup (medium schools)        Clarinbridge NS, Galway                    Newport NS, Mayo

    Girls ‘C’ Cup (large schools)               Scoil Íde, Salthill                                  Scoil Iognáid, Gaillimh

     

  • Semi-Finals

    Manulla

    1  v  7

    Swinford ‘B’

    Ballina Town

    0  v  2

    Castlebar Celtic

    Final:

             Swinford ‘B’ v Castlebar Celtic on Saturday 3rd March at 7pm

  • Round 1

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    6  v  3

    Mulranny Utd

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    3  v  0

    Westport Utd

    Ballyhaunis Town

    2  v  8

    Castlebar Celtic

    Manulla ‘B’

    4  v  9

    Swinford

    Fahy Rovers

    2  v  8

    Manulla

    Byes: Ballina Town,  Conn Rangers,  Swinford ‘B’

  • Division 1—Round 12

    Fahy Rovers

    1  v  10

    Westport Utd

    Ballina Town

    8  v  5

    Swinford

    Castlebar Celtic

    4  v  5

    Swinford ‘B’

     

    Division 2—Round 12

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    3  v  2

    Claremorris

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    4  v  5

    Achill Rovers

    Manulla ‘B’

    4  v  10

    Swinford ‘C’

     

  • Division 1—Round 3

    Manulla

    7  v  5

    Castlebar Celtic

    Swinford ‘B’

    2  v  6

    Westport Utd

    Swinford

    2  v  5

    Fahy Rovers

     

     

    Division 2—Round 3

    Swinford ‘C’

    P  v  P

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    Achill Rovers

    0  v  8

    Claremorris

    Conn Rangers

    5  v  2

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

     

  • Division 1—Round 4

     

    Fahy Rovers

    4  v  12

    Swinford ‘B’

    Castlebar Celtic

    4  v  1

    Swinford

    Ballina Town

    3  v  5

    Manulla

     

     

    Division 2—Round 4

    Manulla ‘B’

    5  v  5

    Conn Rangers

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    3  v  6

    Swinford ‘C’

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    4  v  4

    Achill Rovers

     

  • Division 1—Round 5

    Swinford

    5  v  4

    Ballina Town

    Westport Utd

    4  v  4

    Fahy Rovers

    Swinford ‘B’

    6  v  6

    Castlebar Celtic

     

     

     

    Division 2—Round 5

    Claremorris

    4  v  3

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    Achill Rovers

    7  v  4

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    Swinford ‘C’

    2  v  11

    Manulla ‘B’

     

  • Division 1—Round 7

    Westport Utd

    3  v  0

    Ballina Town

    Fahy Rovers

    2  v  6

    Castlebar Celtic

    Swinford ‘B’

    4  v  4

    Manulla

     

     

     

    Division 2—Round 7

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    13  v  3

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    Claremorris

    11  v  5

    Manulla ‘B’

    Achill Rovers

    4  v  7

    Conn Rangers

     

  • Division 1—Round 8

     

    Swinford ‘B’

    4  v  1

    Swinford

    Fahy Rovers

    1  v  9

    Ballina Town

    Westport Utd

    4  v  5

    Manulla

     

     

    Division 2—Round 8

    Claremorris

    2  v  1

    Conn Rangers

    Achill Rovers

    4  v  3

    Swinford ‘C’

    Straide & Foxford Utd

    7  v  7

    Manulla ‘B’