Connacht GAA

  • Connacht SFC Semi-Final

    Corofin 1-10 Ballintubber 0-11

    Padraig Pearses 2-10 Tir Chonaill Gaels 0-08

  • Corofin have won their third successive Connacht Senior Football Club Championship title.


    The defending All-Ireland champions won by 2-10 to 1-9 against Ballintubber at MacHale Park.

  • The dates and venues have been confirmed for two of the quarter-finals in the 2020 Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship.

    London will host Roscommon in Ruislip on Saturday 2nd May 2020, while Galway are away to New York in Gaelic Park on Sunday 3rd May.

    The date for Mayo's first championship match against Leitrim has not yet been confirmed, but the game will be played in Páirc Séan Mac Diarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon.

    in the Connacht U20 Championship Mayo will meet Galway first in the Quarter Finals and the two sides will also meet in the opening round of the Minor Championship for 2020.

  • A decision on whether or not Dr Hyde Park can stage the Connacht Senior Football Final will be made after this Saturday’s Connacht Senior Semi Final between Roscommon and Leitrim.

    A decision on the matter was deferred at a meeting of the Connacht Council last night.

    If Roscommon best Leitrim and Galway overcome Sligo next week, the rota system in place currently would mean the Final would usually be slated in for Dr Hyde Park.

    However reports yesterday suggest that the Roscommon venue could be in danger of losing the game due to concerns over the venue, including safety. Hyde Park currently has capacity for 18,000 supporters.

    No decision will be taken on the matter until after Saturday’s game.

  • The draws have been made for the 2018 John West Feile na nGael Hurling and Camogie competitions.

    There will be 256 hurling and camogie sides in action over the weekend with 128 host sides (72 hurling and 56 camogie sides) in action with the same amount of teams visiting the province of Connacht with Westmeath and Longford also offering hurling and camogie sides to this years competition. There are nine hurling and seven camogie divisions. Details of times and venues will be released shortly.

    The league games commence on Friday evening 8th June with round three games quarter finals on Saturday 9th June with the semi finals and finals taking place on Sunday 10th June. For further information contact Connacht Feile Secretary Michael O Connor 0879840184.

  • The fixtures for the 2019 John West Feile Peile na nOg have been finalised and are now being forward to the clubs in Boys and LGFA under 14 that have already qualified for the competition.

     851 games will be played over the weekend of the 28/29/30th June at close on 200 venues in the province of Connacht. 15 different venues will host 46 finals in 23 divisions making the event the largest ever Feile held to date.

    A number of counties have yet to finalise their representatives for the John West Feile Peil na nOg 2019 but this does not in any way alter the fixtures, times or venues listed in any division.

    Please forward this information to all club personnel relevant to the running of Feile Peil na nOg in one’s club. Can all Connacht clubs in GAA and LGFA please look at fixtures are you may not be actively playing in the competition but may be nominated as a host for games.

  • Connacht Minor Football Championship
    Galway 4-17 
    Leitrim 1-11 

    Roscommon 5-18 
    Sligo 1-13

  • Connacht Minor Football Final 
    Galway 2-13 
    Roscommon 2-09 

  • Connacht Senior Football Final
    Galway 0-16 
    Roscommon 2-06

  • Connacht Senior Football Championship Quarter Final 
    Galway 0-16 London 1-9

  • Connacht Minor Football Championship 

    Galway 2-12 Mayo 0-11

  • Following on from the successful 2018 hosting of Feile na nGael hurling by Connacht GAA in the five Connacht counties alongside Westmeath and Longford in which 128 hurling and camogie sides were in action as host sides and welcomed 128 visiting sides attention now moves onto Feile Peil na nOg. One highlight of the weekend was the thousands of supporters and hurlers who were present at the Connacht GAA centre on hurling finals day on June 10th.

    Connacht GAA have been selected by National Feile to host for the second time Feile Peil na nOg in June 2019 with the weekend date to be confirmed in the near future. Games will take place on the Friday evening, Saturday morning and afternoon with semi finals and finals occurring on the Sunday morning and afternoon.  Connacht GAA previously hosted Feile Peil na nOg in 2014 with 8 boys and 4 girls divisions. Currently 65 teams have expressed an interest.

    As a result Connacht GAA are requesting expressions of interest in Gaelic football Under 14 boys teams as well as LGFA Under 14 teams from Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo to be involved in 2019. One compulsory requirement is that one's club must be willing to host a visiting team.

    To confirm expression of interest clubs must email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by August 17th.

  • Kilmaine defeated Glenamaddy in the Connacht Junior Football Quarter Final at the weekend on a 4-08 to 2-11 scoreline and will now meet Ballinameen of Roscommon this Saturday.

    The game throws in at 2pm in Elverys MacHale Park and the winner will progress to the final to face St. Michael’s on Saturday November 16th.

  • Connacht Junior Football Semi-Final

    Kilmaine 3-20 Ballinameen 0-06


    Kilmaine will now meet St. Michael's of Sligo in the final next Saturday.

  • Lidl National Football League Division 1

    Mayo 0-12 Dublin 2-8

    Cork 2-13 Westmeath 1-6

    Monaghan 1-4 Donegal 1-7

    Kerry 1-6 Galway 1-14


    Lidl National Football League Division 2

    Cavan 3-4 Tipperary 1-13

    Waterford 2-13 Sligo 2-5

    Armagh 6-14 Tyrone 0-8

    Laois 3-11 Clare 3-10


    Lidl National Football League Division 3

    Down 1-12 Offaly 1-11

    Meath 7-29 Leitrim 2-5

    Wexford 2-7 Roscommon 1-6

    Kildare 5-16 Longford 0-5


    Lidl National Football League Division 4

    Derry 1-9 Louth 3-13

    Fermanagh 2-12 Carlow 2-10

    Kilkenny 0-0 Limerick 4-23

    Wicklow 3-16 Antrim 1-3

  • The gates will open at 3.30 for the Mayo match on Saturday for an unconfirmed music artist.

    Connacht Council GAA Secretary John Prenty, confirmed to Midwest Sport that the gates would open early to facilitate fans going to the 6pm throw-in, to avail of the music act before the game gets underway.

    All tickets are allocated for the Green and Red’s clash with the Donegal as both teams seek an elusive All-Ireland semi-final spot.

    Donegal need a draw or more, while Mayo must win to advance to the last four and set up a meeting with the winners of Tyrone and Dublin.

    We’ll have live coverage of the game on Midwest Radio from half past five.

  • The Mayo Junior team begin their Connacht campaign when they face Leitirm tomorrow in Elverys MacHale Park at 4.30pm.


    Mayo manager Jarlath Trench & has his squad will be looking to get back to another Connacht final having been beaten by Galway in last year’s provincial decider.


    The team is captained by Kilmaine's Tomás Fahey.


    The winners of this game will play Galway in Connacht final on June 16th as a curtain raiser to the Senior final.


    1. Mattie Flanagan - Balla
      2. Ronan Conlon - Bonnincolon
      3. Barry Duffy - Balla
      4. Mark Forkan - Swinford
      5. Darragh O’Malley - Islandeady
      6. Cian Bourke - Ardnaree Sarsfields
      7. Conor Igoe - Bonnincolon
      8. Paul Kelly - Kiltimagh
      9. Tomás Fahey - Kilmaine(C)
      10. Liam Moran - Swinford
      11. Brendan Carr - Ardagh
      12. Stephen Conroy - The Neale
      13. Darragh Joyce - Islandeady
      14. Keith Hopkins - Crossmolina Deel Rovers
      15. Darragh Keavney - Kilmeena
  • The Mayo Junior team start their Connacht championship campaign tonight when they host Roscommon in Elverys MacHale Park.

    New manager Jarlath Trench will be keen to get a win in his opening fixture and has named a team with plenty of youth & experience. The winners of tonight will only have one week to prepare for their next game with the semi-final against Leitirm scheduled for next Thursday May 10th. Throw-in tonight in Elverys MacHale Park is 6.30pm:

    1. Chris McGlynn - Moy Davitts
    2. Eoghan McGrath - Cill Chomain
    3. James O’Dowd - Shrule/Glencorrib
    4. Eddie Doran - Achill
    5. James Dowd - Louisburgh
    6. Barry Leonard - Lahardane
    7. Cian Bourke - Ardnaree Sarsfields
    8. Pete Gallagher - Achill
    9. Sean Walsh - Kiltimagh
    10. James Kelly - Belmullet
    11. Conor Bohan - Shrule/Glencorrib
    12. Brendan Carr - Ardagh(Captain)
    13. Cormac Doohan - Ballaghaderreen
    14. TJ Byrne - Kiltimagh
    15. Darragh Joyce - Islandeady


    16. Matthew Flanagan - Balla
    17. Ciaran Boylan - Achill
    18. Jason Forkan - Kiltimagh
    19. Seamie Lally - Islandeady
    20. Ronan Carolan - Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin
    21. David Lydon - Kiltimagh
    22. Liam Moran - Swinford
    23. Keith Hopkins - Crossmolina Deel Rovers
    24. Darragh Keavney - Kilmeena

  • Round two of the Connacht Minor championship sees Mayo host Roscommon this evening at 7.30pm in Ballina Stephenites GAA club.


    Both teams had wins in Round One last Friday evening with Mayo beating Leitrim & Roscommon beating Galway. Mayo manager Tomas Morley will be hoping for another win tonight to make it two wins from two.


    The team is as follows:

    1. Luke Jennings - Ballinrobe
      2. Emmet Murphy - Castlebar Mitchels
      3. Oisin Tunney - Breaffy
      4. Ruairi Keane - Mayo Gaels
      5. Eoin Gilraine - Ballinrobe
      6. Aidan Cosgrove - Kiltimagh
      7. Owen McHale - Belmullet
      8. Sam Callinan - Ballina Stephenites
      9. Ethan Henry - Mayo Gaels
      10. Paul Walsh - Castlebar Mitchels
      11. Paddy Heneghan - Castlebar Mitchels
      12. Dylan Thornton - Ballina Stephenites
      13. Rory Morrin - Ballina Stephenites
      14. Frank Irwin - Ballina Stephenites
      15. Ciaran Mylett - Castlebar Mitchels
  • Connacht Minor Football Semi-Final

    Mayo 5-07 Sligo 1-10


    Mayo will face Galway in the final next Friday July 5th in Tuam Stadium.