Allianz Leagues


    The division 1 & 2 Allianz National Football League finals will be played in Croke Park on Easter Sunday.

    Roscommon and Cavan meet at 2 o’clock in the Division 2 final – that’s followed at 4pm by the meeting of Galway and Dublin in the Division 1 final.

  • Galway Football manager Kevin Walsh has named two changes to his side as they prepare for a Division 1 National Football League visit to their neighbours Mayo tomorrow.

    The Tribesmen, who came out on top in the Connacht rivals’ league and championship meetings last year, face Mayo at Elvery’s McHale Park, Castlebar in tomorrow evening’s Round 5 meeting (throw-in 7.15pm).

    St Michael’s star Eamonn Brannigan and Headford’s Padraic Cunningham both start in the forward line this time around while Shane Walsh and Sean Kelly drop to the bench.

    Tomorrow’s game forms part of a double-header, with the two counties ladies’ sides going head-to-head at 5.15pm.


    1. Ruairi Lavelle
    2. Eoghan Kerin
    3. Sean Andy Ó Ceallaigh
    4. David Wynne
    5. Gary O'Donnell
    6. Gareth Bradshaw
    7. Johnny Heaney
    8. Thomas Flynn
    9. Ciarán Duggan
    10. Michael Daly
    11. Johnathan Duane
    12. Eamon Brannigan
    13. Barry McHugh
    14. Padraig Cunningham
    15. Antaine Ó Laoí
  • The Galway football team to play Monaghan in Sunday’s opening round of the Allianz National Football League has been named.

    The Galway to play Monaghan on Sunday in the Allianz League is as follows.

    1-Connor Gleeson, 2-Johnny Duane, 3-Sean Mulkerrin, 4-Johnny Heaney, 5-Gary O’Donnell, 6-John Daly, 7-Cillian McDaid, 8-Tom Flynn, 9-Cein D’Arcy, 10-Michael Boyle, 11-Paul Conroy, 12-Michael Daly, 13-Robert Finnerty, 14-Shane Walsh (captain), 15-Adrian Varley

  • Galway eased to a 17 point win over 14-man Westmeath this afternoon in Pearse Stadium in the Allianz National Hurling League.

    Shane O’Neill’s first game League game in charge of the Tribesmen resulted in a 1-24 to 0-10 win.

    Next up for Galway is a trip to Limerick next Sunday.

  • Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Semi Finals
    Limerick    1-19    1-16    Dublin                       
    Galway    0-19    1-18    Waterford


  • Padraig Joyce has made a trio of changes to his Galway starting fifteen for Sunday's Allianz Football League clash with Tyrone.

    All Ireland club winner with Corofin Liam Silke comes into the half-back line, while Eamonn Brannigan and Adrian Varley restored to the forwards.

    John Daly, Finnian Ó Laoi and Michael Boyle are the players to drop out.

  • Allianz Football League 
    Division 1 
    Galway 1-11 
    Mayo 0-12 

    Lidl Ladies National Football League 
    Division 1 
    Galway 1-11 
    Mayo 0-08 


  • The GAA have confirmed their plans for the games that fell victim to the weather this past weekend.

    Wexford and Galway will play their Hurling League quarter final on Saturday at Innovate Wexford Park where there'll be a 3pm start.

    While Dublin's meeting with Tipperary will serve as the curtain raiser at Croke Park on Sunday with a 1pm throw-in.

    The semi finals will now be played the following week, with the final pushed back to April 7th.

    The round-7 Football games go ahead as planned this coming weekend, with the outstanding Division 2 and Division 4 games to be played across Easter weekend if final positions need determining.

    That would push the football final back a week as well.

    Meanwhile, Na Piarsaigh and Cuala will replay their drawn All Ireland Club hurling final on Saturday at O'Moore Park where there'll be a 5.30 start.

  • Gardai are advising supporters attending tomorrow evening’s Allianz League game between Mayo and Roscommon in Castlebar to arrive early and not to park on the N5.

    Gardai say a crowd of between 12,000-15,000 is expected at Elverys MacHale Park for the game which throws in at 7pm.

    Gardai are advising those attending to arrive as early as possible and not to park on the N5 road – instead they should use the official car parks in the town and at the Military Barracks.

    If people are intending to walk to the ground they should wear florescent jackets so they are plainly visible.

    Supporters are asked to co-operate with Gardai and stewards on duty for the game.

    They are also advising that tickets are on sale prior to the match at local Super Valu and Centra outlets, at the early bird price of €15, as opposed to €20 on match day.

  • Allianz Football League
    Division 1
    Kerry 1-15
    Mayo 2-09 

  • Two Mayo players who picked up injuries in Sunday’s Allianz League clash with Tyrone are still undergoing assessment on those injuries.

    A spokesperson for Mayo GAA told Midwest Sport that Lee Keegan will get specialist opinion and medical imaging on a shoulder injury to assess the extent of the damage picked up.

    Meanwhile Cillian O’Connor will undergo further assessment on his hamstring injury.

    Mayo face a crucial away clash against Donegal on Sunday, where a loss would relegate them to Division Two.


  • Mayo will make the trip to Clones on Sunday to take on Monaghan at 2pm in Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.

    Mayo will be looking for their second win of the campaign but are up against an in-form Monaghan team.

    Midwest Radio will have full live commentary of the game with Conor Mortimer joining Michael D. McAndrew.

    Our League Coverage is with thanks to Ceramic City, Castlebar, Charlestown and Sligo "Like the Mayo Team, quality speaks for itself".

  • Monaghan referee Martin McNally has been appointed to officiate this Sunday’s Allianz National Football League meeting between Mayo & Kildare.

    The game in Newbridge gets underway at 2pm on Sunday, and it will be live here on Midwest Radio Sport with thanks to Healthwest Community Pharmacy Ballindine.

    Michael D. McAndrew will be on commentary duty alongside former Mayo star David Brady on analysis.

    Kildare have yet to pick up a win in Division 1 while Mayo will be aiming to get back to winning ways having lost their last three encounters.

    Elsewhere, on Sunday high flying Galway entertain Monaghan at 12.30 in Pearse Stadium.

    In Division 2, Roscommon will be hoping to keep their promotion push on when they travel to Ennis to face Clare at 2pm on Sunday.

    In Division 3, Sligo will need a win to gain breathing space away from the relegation zone when they host Longford on Sunday with a 2pm start time in Markievicz Park.

    On Saturday afternoon in Division 4, London host Leitrim at 1pm.

    A dress rehearsal for the Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B final will take place this Sunday in Ballycran.

    Down and Mayo will meet again the following weekend for the right to achieve silverware so early in the season.

    Sunday’s clash gets underway at 2.30pm.

    In Division 1B of the hurling League All-Ireland Champions host Limerick at 2.30 in Pearse Stadium.

    In 3A of the Hurling League Roscommon host Warwickshire at 1pm in Dr. Hyde Park.

    In Division 3B, Sligo travel to Fermanagh and Leitrim host Cavan.

    Both of those games get underway at 2.30pm on Sunday.

    In the Lidl Ladies National Football League on Sunday the Mayo Ladies will look to get back to winning ways when they face Monaghan.

    It’s a home game for Mayo with a 2pm start but a venue has yet to be confirmed.

    Galway will look to make it back to back wins when they travel to Mullingar on Sunday to face Westmeath at 1pm.

    In Division 2, Sligo host Laois at 2pm.

    While in Division 3, Roscommon travel to Longford, and Leitrim host Down.

    Both games start at 2pm on Sunday.

  • Maurice Deegan has been confirmed to referee Mayo v Tyrone this Sunday.

    The Allianz National Football League Division 1 clash between the sides will get underway at 2pm.

    The game will be live here on Midwest Radio Sport with Tom Carney on commentary joined by Declan O’Reilly on analysis.

    Our coverage is with thanks to Healthwest Community Pharmacy Ballindine.

    Mayo GAA officials are expecting a huge crowd to attend on Sunday and are advising patrons to purchase their tickets in advance of Sunday’s game.

    If you buy your tickets before midnight on Saturday you will receive a 20% discount.

    Adult tickets cost €12 in advance or €15 if you buy outside the ground on the day.

    U16's go free and tickets can be bought from local Supervalu & Centra shops.

  • GAA

    Pearse Stadium Salthill will play host to a double header on Sunday afternoon.

    At 12 noon round 3 of the Lidl Ladies National Football Division 1 will see Galway clash with Mayo.

    This will be followed by Mayo and Galway in round 3 of the Allianz National Football League Division 1 at 2pm.

    In Division 2 Roscommon host Down on Sunday in Dr. Hyde Park at 2pm.

    Meanwhile, Sligo welcome Fermanagh to Markievicz Park also with a 2pm throw-in.

  • Allianz Football League
    Division 1
    Mayo 3-15 Monaghan 1-18
    Tyrone 3-15 Galway 1-14 
    Kerry 2-17 Roscommon 0-13 

    Mayo will play Kerry in the final next Sunday at 4pm in Croke Park - Roscommon are relegated 

    Division 3
    Offaly 1-11 Sligo 1-10 

    Division 4
    Leitrim 1-20 Waterford 2-09 

  • Allianz Football League Division 1 Final 
    Mayo 3-11 Kerry 2-10

  • Allianz Football League
    Mayo 1-08
    Roscommon 1-07 

  • The Mayo hurlers Allianz League Division 2B Final clash with Down has been fixed for this Sunday.

    The game will take place in Kingspan Breffni in Cavan at 1pm.


  • hurling

    Mayo will be looking to maintain their 100% record in this seasons Allianz Hurling League Division 2B when they travel to Derry on Sunday.

    Derek Walsh’s side have made an impressive start to their campaign but will know the threat the Ulster side will pose in Banagher.

    The game gets underway at 1pm on Sunday and Midwest Radio Sport will have regular live updates.