Conor Mortimer

  • Former Mayo Star Conor Mortimer says he finds it hard to see an inter county championship this year.

    On Sunday night, GAA President John Horan said  that he does not expect football or hurling to resume while social distancing measures are in place. 

    Conor Mortimer believes there will be club action but a lot will depend on the how the virus is contained.

  • We continued with our best 15 selections today and former Mayo Star Conor Mortimer joined us in the hot-seat to pick his team.

    It is a concept we started on Sunday Sport a number of weeks back where we invite past players and regular contributors on to select their best 15 that they ever played with, against or coached.

    Here is Conor’s team:

    1. Stephen Cluxton
    2. Kenneth Mortimer
    3. Kevin Cahill
    4. Tom O’Sullivan
    5. Tomas O’Se
    6. James Nallen
    7. Sean Og De Paor
    8. Liam McHale
    9. Darragh O’Se
    10. Michael Donnellan
    11. Ciaran McDonald
    12. Johnny Doyle
    13. Colm Cooper
    14. Padraic Joyce
    15. Peter Canavan


    You can listen back to the full interview by accessing the link below.

  • Former Mayo footballer, Conor Mortimer, said that health and fitness facilities are key for people's overall health and mental well-being, particularly in current times. 

    Mortimer, who is the Leisure Club and Spa Manager at the Glenroyal Hotel in Kildare, was speaking today following the release of Ireland Active's pre-Budget 2021 submission and said that government support is vital for the survival of the sector.

  • 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".

  • Former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer has been named manager of Monasterevan’s senior team in Co Kildare.

    An All-Star in 2006, the forward won four Connacht titles as a player.

    Monasterevan has announced his appointment on social media.