Mayo Sport

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 3

    Ballina Town

    5 v 2

    Claremorris

    Kiltimagh Knock Utd

    0 v 2

    Westport Utd

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 3

    Glenhest Rovers

    2 v 1

    Snugboro Utd

     


    League One—Round 2

    Manulla ‘B’

    2 v 0

    Partry Athletic

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

    3 v 4

    Killala

     

  • Elverys Sports Superleague
    Round 4
    Straide & Foxford Utd 1-4 Westport Utd
    Ballyhaunis Town 2-3 Ballina Town 
    Ballyheane 3-4 Ballyglass 

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League
    Round 4
    Glenhest Rovers 1-0 Manulla B 

    Killeen Sports Ground League One 
    Round 3
    Claremorris B 2-2 Castlebar Celtic B 

    Calor Gas League Two
    Round 3
    Kiltimagh/Knock Utd B 2-3 Snugboro Utd 
    Moy Villa 0-1 Newport/Mulranny Wanderers 

  • Elverys Sports Superleague

    Claremorris

    4  v  3

    Ballyhaunis Town

    Ballina Town

    2  v  0

    Westport Utd

     

    Tuohy Cup—Quarter Finals

    Fahy Rovers

    2  v  1

    aet

    Achill Rovers

    Iorras Aontaithe

    6  v  3

     Manulla ‘B’

     

    Killeen Sports Grounds League One—Round 7

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

    2  v  6

    Killala

    Ballyglass ‘B’

    2  v  6

    Partry Athletic

     

    Calor Gas League Two—Round 7

    Kiltimagh/Knock Utd ‘B’

    1  v  7

    Moy Villa

    Snugboro Utd ‘B’

    1  v  2

    Kilmore

  • Elverys Sports Superleague
    Manulla 5-1 Castlebar Celtic 
    Snugboro Utd P-P Castlebar Celtic 

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League
    Bangor Hibs 0-6 Kiltimagh/Knock Utd 
    Swinford P-P Ballina Town B 
    Conn Rangers 3-2 Achill Rovers 

    Kileen Sports Grounds League One 
    Westport Utd B 5-0 Ballyglass B 
    Crossmolina 1-2 Killala 

    Calor Gas League Two
    Ballina Utd P-P 

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 5

    Ballyglass

    4  v  3

    Claremorris

    Iorras Aontaithe

    1  v  4

    Ballina Town

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 5

    Glenhest Rovers

    4  v  1

    Westport Utd ‘B’

    Achill Rovers

    1  v  1

    Bangor Hibs

    Conn Rangers

    1  v  2

    Fahy Rovers

     

    Tonra Cup—Round 1

    Crossmolina

    4  v  1

    Castlebar Celtic ‘B’

    Killala

    3  v  0

    Mulranny Utd

     

    Killeen Sports Ground League Two—Round 5

    Hollister

    4  v  3

    Ballina Utd

    Newport Town

    1  v  4

    Claremorris ‘B’

     

  • Elverys Sports Super League—Round 2

     

    Ballyhaunis Town

    1  v  4

    Castlebar Celtic

    Ballina Town

    4  v  1

    Claremorris

    Manulla

    5  v  3

    Westport Utd

    Ballyheane

    3  v  1

    Straide & Foxford Utd

     

    Castlecourt Hotel Premier League—Round 4

     

    Fahy Rovers

    3  v  4

    Iorras Aontaithe

     

    Calor Gas League Two—Round 3

     

    Ballina Utd

    6  v  1

    Ballyvary Blue Bombers

     

    Tuohy Cup—Round 1

     

    Glenhest Rovers

    4  v  0

    Bangor Hibs

     

  • Mayo kicked off the U13 Gaynor campaign for 2019 in a 1. 4. 4. 1. 1. Formation in perfect playing conditions, from the start Mayo knew this would be a tough test against a physically strong MGL side who started brightly bringing a smart stop from Mayo keeper Charlie Benson after 3 minutes. Mayo started to get thier passing game going with Emma Duffy to the fore and afyer 7 mins she just failed to find Joanne Gallagher eith a through ball. After 9 minutes the excellent Amy Cummins had a long range shot which was easily saved by the Mgl stopper.

    After 10 mins MGL took the lead after a long through ball was controlled by there striker  but her first attempt was blocked by Suzanne Tuohy but unfortunately for Mayo it fell back yo her feey and she finished well. 1 nil MGL.

    MGL were on top now and forced another save from Charlie after 15mins.

    Mayo were then awarded a free kick around half way and Centre back Aoife Gannon stepped up and she hit a long ball which bounced over the keeper to put the scores level. This woke up MGL again and they hit back straight away when thier big No. 6 danced through and finished well, on the 27th Min Mgl made it 3 1 when a lucky bounce fell to there No7 and she slotted home with nothing Charlie could do about it.

    Just before half time Aoife got another free kick around half way and this timr her long ball fell to striker Aoife Gallagher who tucked her left foot shot away with great aplomb. Half time 3 2 down but mayo very much in the game. Half time subs were Katie Heaney for Aoibheen Bilbow and Wiki Kaminska on for Joanne Gallagher.

    The second half started with Mayo very much in the ascendancy playing some great football Wiki Kaminska added some pace to Mayos attack and this was evident straight away when she raced down the right wing only gor her cross to be gatheres by the keeper.

    On the 35th Min Mayo deservedly drew level after a moved started at centre back involved both centre mids Sarah Gough and Kayla Doherty went out wide to Katie Heaney and she slipped a lovely pass to Emma Duffy whose cross shot was handballed in the penalty area and Kayle stepped up to slot home low to the keepers left. 3 3 game on. The game was end to end for the next ten minutes with neither team able to break through. MGL had the better of the last 10 mins when Mayo seemed to tire which was understandable after all the efforts of the first 50 mins and MGL capitalised scoring 3 goals in this period with thier excellent nimber 7 securing a hat trick. Late suns for Mayo were Erin Nash and Sarah King For Wicky and Sarah Gough. A tough start for Mayo against one of the tournament's favorites but they showed they can compete with the best and hopefully will get a better result later against Tipperary.

  • All Ireland Minor A Championship Grp 1:
    Clare 3 13 Offaly 0 9

    All Ireland Minor A Championship Grp 2:
    Tipperary 3 14 Dublin 2 9

    All Ireland Minor B Championship Grp 1:
    Laois 4 14 Roscommon 1 4
    Meath 0 9 Kildare 2 2

    All Ireland Minor B Championship Grp 2:
    Derry 3 6 Westmeath 2 9

    All Ireland Minor C Championship:
    Wicklow 1 5 Mayo 4 7
    Kerry 0 11 Tyrone 2 9

  • Mayo face Sligo in the Connacht Minor semi-final tonight in Elvery's MacHale Park at 7.30pm.

    When the two teams met in the round robin stage Sligo came out on top so Mayo will be eager to get a win and book a place in next weeks final against Galway.

    1. Luke Jennings - Ballinrobe
    2. Alfie Morrison - Louisburgh
    3. Oisin Tunney - Breaffy
    4. Aidan Cosgrove - Kiltimagh
    5. Shaun Dempsey - Balla
    6. Ruairi Keane - Mayo Gaels
    7. Eoin Gilraine - Ballinrobe
    8. Paddy Heneghan - Castlebar Mitchels
    9. Ethan Henry - Mayo Gaels
    10. Ciaran Mylett - Castlebar Mitchels
    11. Ronan Hughes - The Neale
    12. Dylan Thornton - Ballina Stephenites
    13. Paul Walsh - Castlebar Mitchels
    14. Conor Reid - Bohola Moy Davitts
    15. Frank Irwin - Ballina Stephenites

  • Girls 1 to 6 National Championships National Stadium Dublin

    Friday, May 17

    Finals (6pm)

    Girl 4 Final

    66kg Laura Moran (St Annes) beat Grace McAllorum (St Davids Naas) 5-0


    Girl 1 Finals

    27kg Keely Stevens (Charlestown) beat Chelsea O’Driscoll (Togher) 5-0
    35kg Teagan Farrelly (Dunboyne) beat Katie Heraty (St Annes) 5-0
    77kg Grace Moran (Ballyhaunis) W/O

    Girl 2 Finals

    35kg Carlagh Mullarney (Ballyhaunis) beat Nicole Kinsella (St Marys NR) 4-1

  • The National Girl 11 to 16 years All Ireland championship Finals got underway last Friday 4th May. These are held annually in Dublin’s National Stadium and feature the Champions of the four traditional provinces plus the IABA’s other two ‘units’ of Antrim and Dublin. Since female boxing’s inclusion in amateur boxing in 2005, Mayo has had a strong national influence and judging by the start our girls have made this weekend that precedent looks well set to continue.
    Charlestown Boxing Club’s steely Keely Steven’s (Girl 11, 27kg) might be one of the youngest and is certainly the smallest representing the county but her Semi-final performance was very big on every level.  She was up against a well fancied Leinster champion who’d also lifted the prestigious Michael Andrews title at the weight earlier in the year.  Both girls boxed beyond their years but Keeley was clearly enjoying the occasion, being the one obviously most comfortable under the big lights and she gave a text book example of boxing fundamentals at their best. Her rapier like jab, slipping and movement were a delight to behold and she well deserved to advance to the final where she’ll meet the Munster champion.
    Knockmore/Foxford’s Kelsey Langan is another Girl 11 that was engaged in Friday’s Semi-finals. Despite her tender years her tenacity has impressed in the county for some time and she certainly didn’t disappoint in Dublin. On the face of it her Antrim opponent had the advantages of height and range but that was never going to be enough to stop the onslaught that Langan brought to bear. Such was Kelsey’s dominance that the proceedings could arguably have been brought to an end early but credit her opponent for managing to go the three rounds. Langan advances to the Girl 11, 39kg final and on this showing will be very hard to beat.
    Aglish B.C.’s Natalia Fasciszewska was one of the busier boxers over the weekend. On Friday she was slated to box a Girl 13 quarter-final and at stake was an appointment in Saturday’s Semi’s. Natalia is a defending National Champion and by any reckoning one of Mayo’s most gifted young prospects. She possesses that long rangey style that mesmerises and confuses opponents and so usually ensures her hand is raised. So it was this weekend and after two seemingly comfortable wins the gifted Aglish girl advances to the Girl 13, 51kg final.
    Ballyhaunis' young stand-out Carlagh Mullarney was first up for Mayo on Saturday morning’s Semi-finals bill. The 35kg, Girl 12 was crowned All Ireland champion last year and judging by this contest, or what little Carlagh allowed of it, she looks an absolute certainty to successfully defend. Proceedings were halted after just twelve one sided seconds of the first bell when Carlagh bruised and then cruised into the final.
    Of course there are two sides in sport and defeat is something our boxers literally have to take on the chin. Spare a thought then for Achill’s Aine Curtis, Ardnaree’s Kirsten Moyles and Ardagh/Crossmolina’s Sophie Keavney who bowed out with distinction this time. Hopefully we’ll see them back, better for the experience gained, next year. These championships are scheduled to continue for the next month with Mayo heavily represented and boxers from Achill, Ardnaree, Aglish, Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, Charlestown, Geesala, St. Anne’s, Eagle, and Ardagh/Crossmolina set to make appearances.  

  • SWIMMING 

    GOLD MEDALS

    ADAM MURPHY BREAFFY  U14 FREESTYLE  

    COLM CARNEY BOHOLA  U16 FREESTYLE 

     

    SILVER MEDAL 

    DARACH HIGGINS CLAREMORRIS U10 BACKSTROKE

     

    HANDWRITING U10 

    SILVER MEDAL 

    DARRAGH O HANLON AUGHAGOWER

     

    ONE WALL HANDBALL U16

    4TH PLACE MEDAL 

    PETER DOHERTY BURRISHOOLE

     

    GIRLS 7K MARATHON 

    GOLD MEDAL FOR THE TEAM 

    SILVER INDIVIDUAL MEDAL FOR TEAM MEMBER LEAH TOHER CLAREMORRIS 

     

    BOYS 7K MARATHON 

    BRONZE MEDALS FOR THE  TEAM

     

  • SSE U13 Schoolboys League
    Mayo League 7-0 Longford Town 

    Goalscorers for Mayo - Dan O'Malley (4), Conor Cannon (2), Conor Nolan (1) 

  • Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 1

    Aghamore

    1-12

    v

    1-9

    Ballina Stephenites

    Ballintubber

    0-10

    v

    0-10

    Breaffy

    Castlebar Mitchels

    1-12

    v

    1-9

    Westport GAA

    Claremorris

    1-9

    v

    0-15

    Ballaghaderreen

    Garrymore

    0-14

    v

    0-12

    Hollymount-Carramore

    Kiltimagh

    2-10

    v

    3-18

    Knockmore

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 2

    Ardnaree

    1-15

    v

    3-5

    Balla

    Béal an Mhuirthead

    1-7

    v

    0-10

    Burrishoole

    Charlestown Sarsfields

    0-12

    v

    0-6

    Bohola Moy Davitts

    Islandeady

    2-9

    v

    4-10

    Kilmaine

    Kiltane

    2-8

    v

    0-8

    Crossmolina Deel Rovers

    Louisburgh

    1-10

    v

    2-8

    Ballinrobe

    Mayo Adult League 2019 Division 3

    Bonniconlon

    0-13

    v

    0-13

    Davitts

    Castlebar Mitchels

    0-10

    v

    0-20

    Ballyhaunis

    Kilmeena

    0-9

    v

    1-14

    Lahardane

    The Neale 

    1-14 

    v

    1-13

    Parke/Keelougues/Crimlin

    Shrule/Glencorrib 

    0-12

    v

    1-14

    Mayo Gaels

    Achill 

    0-11

    v

    2-11

    Swinford 

    Mayo Adult Football League Division 4 


    Tourmakeady 
    0-16  2-08  Knockmore 

    Eastern Gaels
    5-16  v 2-13  Ballycastle

    Westport 
    0-10  v 0-13 Kilmovee
    Killala 

    2-06 v 2-10  Ardagh 
             
  • At a recent Mayo Sports Partnership Board meeting €21,500 was allocated to 47 clubs / organisations in Mayo through the Partnerships 2019 special participation grant scheme. Special guest at a recent presentation evening, Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring, recognised the contribution that sport makes to people’s health and wellbeing.

    “We should never take for granted what sport does in our communities and daily lives. The fantastic work sports volunteers do in providing participation opportunities for all sectors of the population needs to be commended and recognised. I am delighted to be here once again to present funding for sports initiatives across the length and breadth of the county ” Minister Ring stated.

    Mayo Sports Partnership aims to have more people enjoying more sports and this scheme supports minority sports groups & clubs in providing increased opportunities to participate in these activities. This year the scheme has funded initiatives including additional mothers and others programmes, table tennis and swimming in Ballyhaunis, athletic club development in Swinford and Westport, kayaking opportunities in Ballina and Castlebar ,womens participation in golf programmes in Claremorris and Westport, handball in Belcarra and Tourmakeady plus much more. Disability sports programmes in rugby and soccer clubs, disability groups and projects targeting the travelling community were also supported under the initiative.

    “While the monies distributed are not substantial this small grant scheme is very targeted and has helped many new clubs and programmes to get established. New clubs and sports such as Mayo Volleyball Club, Lakes District Athletic Club, Westport Basketball Club, Ballyhaunis Table Tennis Club are just some who have benefitted from the initiative ”Mayo Sports Partnership Head Charlie Lambert added

    Mayo Sports Partnership comprises of representatives from local agencies, sports organisations and community representatives, is core funded by Sport Ireland and is hosted locally by Mayo County Council. For funding under the annual Special Participation Grant Scheme applicants need to show that the suggested project will increase participation and is sustainable.

    Since 2005 the Partnership has brought an overall investment of close to €10 million to developing sport and recreation within the county. Many projects / initiatives involving pre-schools all the way up to older people have benefited from this significant input.

    Any further information on the above can be obtained by contacting Mayo Sports Partnership at 094 9064360 or by logging on to www.mayosports.ie

    The full list of Clubs/Organisations who received funding are:

    Special Project Participation Initiative Grants 2019

     

    Organisation/ Club                                         Total amount €

     

    Claremorris Colts RFC

    500

    Castlebar Mitchells Mothers and others

    400

    Ballinrobe GAA Mothers and Others

    500

    Ballina United FC

    600

    Westport Golf club Ladies club

    500

    Ballyhaunis Table Tennis Club

    400

    Breaffy Rounders Club

    400

    Claremorris Golf Club

    500

    Swinford Athletics Club

    600

    Castlebar Kayak Club

    400

    Neale Ladies Gaelic Mothers and others

    400

    Westport Athletics Club

    700

    Tullaghan Bay Rowing Club

    500

    Belcarra Handball Club

    500

    Islandeady GAA

    500

    Kilmaine GAA (Kilmaine Kickers)

    400

    Grainne Uaile Triathlon Club

    300

    Westport United FC

    700

    Ballyhaunis Swimming Pool Committee

    500

    Ballina Tennis Club

    400

    Moy Davitts Mothers and Others

    400

    Moy Canoe Club

    700

    Kiltimagh/Knock United

    600

    Mustangs Basketball

    300

    Manulla FC

    600

    Castlebar Town FC

    500

    Tourmakeady Handball Club

    400

    Westport Warriors Basketball club

    300

    Westport Tennis Club

    500

    Claremorris Tennis Club

    300

    Ballina RFC

    600

    Westport RFC

    400

    Islandeady/Glenisland/Derrywash Community groups.

    300

    Monday Meets Club 55

    400

    Traveller Girls Group Youth Booth @ The Maple Youth Ballinrobe

    400

    Kilkelly Active Group

    400

    Mayo Traveller Support Group

    800

    Moy ICA Guild Ballina

    300                                       

    Ballina Carers Support Group

    300

    Irish wheelchair association/Belmullet INA Centre

    500

    Westport Special Olympics

    300

    Western Care Day Service

    300

    Rapid Prompting Method

    500

    Cairde Club (Drop in Centre)

    300

    Arthritis Ireland

    500

    Mayo Dyspraxia Group

    500

    Total

    €21,500

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • This Saturday evening 17th February marks the official launch of the Óstán Oileán Acla / Connacht Print & Signs Mayo Stages Rally 2018.  The launch will take place at Óstán Oileán Acla, Achill starting at 6pm.

    The Mayo Stages Rally is one of the largest annual sporting events in the county, attracting thousands of visitors every March and Mayo & District Motorsport Club are looking forward to another successful event.   The 2017 event which was also held in Achill gained much praise from competitors and spectators alike on the challenging nature of the roads, the scenic beauty and the warm welcome; Mayo & District Motorsport Club are delighted to return to Achill once more for another exciting event.

    This year the Mayo Stages Rally is the opening round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship in addition to also being the opening round of the Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship.  Saturday evening will be a great opportunity for the event sponsors to meet with club members and the local community and in keeping with past launches there will be a static rally car display at the hotel and local and national competitors will be in attendance.  This promises to be an interesting and entertaining evening and all are welcome.

  • The Mayo team to play Westmeath on Sunday March 17th has been named@ 

    Throw in at 2pm

    Venue: Cusack Park, Mullingar 

    Ref: Gavin Corrigan

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    Laura Brennan 

    Hollymount 

     

    2

    Nicola O Malley

    Westport

     

    3

    Roisin Flynn

    Knockmore

     

    4

    Ella Brennan 

    Charlestown

     

    5

    Kathryn Sullivan

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    6

    Ciara McManamon

    Burrishoole

     

    7

    Danielle Caldwell

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    8

    Clodagh McManamon

    Burrishoole

     

    9

    Dayna Finn

    Kiltimagh

     

    10

    Sinead Cafferky 

    Kilmovee Shamrocks 

     

    11

    Tamara O Connor 

    Cill Chomáin

     

    12

    Niamh Kelly

    Moy Davitts

     

    13

    Fiona Doherty 

    Moy Davitts

     

    14

    Rachel Kearns

    C.L. McHale Rovers 

     

    15

    Grace Kelly 

    Moy Davitts

     

    16

    Michelle Treacy 

    Westport

     

    17

    Ann Sheridan

    Burrishoole

     

    18

    Lisa McManamon

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    19

    Siobhan Wilson

    Moy Davitts

     

    20

    Amy Halligan

    The Neale

     

    21

    Allanah Duffy

    Hollymount 

     

    22

    Louise Dervan 

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    23

    Ciara Whyte

    Kilmoremoy

     

    24

    Emma Needham

    Louisburgh 

     

    25

    Feena McManamon 

    Burrishoole

     

    26

    Maria Reilly

    Kiltane

     

    27

    Roisin Durkin

    Swinford Killasser

     

    28

    Cliodhna Mac Cabe

    Castlebar Mitchels 

     

    29

    Natasha Gaughan

    Moy Davitts

     

    30

    Rebecca Kiernan

    Parke Keelogues Crimlin

     

           
  • SFAI U14 Cup 
    Kiltimagh/Knock Utd 3-2 Corinthians 

    SFAI U13 Cup 
    Westport Utd 5-2 Bridge Utd 
    North End Utd 1-3 Castlebar Celtic 

    SFAI U12 Cup 
    Everygreen FC 0-1 Kilmurray 

  • The Mayo U12 Girls have qualified for the Gaynor Cup Semi-Finals in June after a superb day Abbeycarton, Longford over the weekend. 

    First up was a group match against Mid Western in which the Mayo girls were totally dominant and ran out easy winners with goals from Maura Hughes, Kayla Doherty, Rebecca Moran,  Emma Duffy and Katie Heaney.

    The second group match Mayo faced Donegal and this was a titanic battle between two evenly matched sides.

    Donegal shaded the first half when the defensive trio of Aoife Collins, Emily Vahey and Isobel Philips were really tested by their number 9. Some resolute defending kept her at arms length while Aoife Meaney in the Mayo goal was alive to anything that escaped the defence. In the second half, Mayo played some exceptional football but were denied time and again by the Donegal keeper.

    Final score 0-0.

    Mayo faced the hosts Longford in the final group game. The girls were tiring a bit at this stage and didn't do themselves justice. Having said that we were unlucky not to win it in the second half when both Ashleagh Salmon and Sarah Ruddy were unlucky.

    Final score another 0 -0.

    This result meant Mayo topped their group while Longford topped the other group so both teams net in the final to see who would be going to Limerick in June.

    From the opening whistle Mayo took the game to the hosts with a superb blend of work ethic, hunger/desire and controlled aggression aided by good decision making. Mayo took the lead on 4 mins when Kayla Doherty's fiercely struck shot proved too hot for the keeper to hold and Mallaidh Lavelle was incredibly brave to get in the rebound and score. On and on Mayo attacked but the deserved second goal was slow in arriving. Come it did however in the 25th minute when Emma Duffy's astute cross was cleverly headed home by Roisin Horkan. Desperate last ditch defending from Longford prevented further goals and Mayo ran out 2-0 winners.

    This management team of Kevin Sheeran and Micheal Collins have now reached Gaynor Cup Semi Finals with U14s, U16s and now U12s - real consistency and reflective of the calibre of player in Mayo and testimony to the excellent work being done for girls' football at the Clubs. Thanks to our female coach on the day Darine Moran.

    Squad

    Blaithin Brennan, Aoife Collins, Kayla Doherty (capt)  Emma Duffy, Hazel Harrington, Katie Heaney, Roisin Horkan, Maura Hughes, Emily Jennings, Mallaidh Lavelle, Aoife Meaney, Rebecca Moran, Isobel Philips, Sarah Ruddy,  Ashleagh Salmon, Emily Vahey.

  • The U13 Gaynor Cup takes place in University Limerick June 1st - 3rd. This is the first year of this age group with the U15 tournament being staged at the same venue during the last weekend of June. Prior to this year it was U14 and U16 age groups for this prestigious competition but the establishment of the National Women's U17 League deemed this change a necessity. 

    The Mayo U13s are managed by Brendan McHugh with his coaches being Jono Heffernan and Leah McHugh.  Mayo open their group with a clash with MGL (Dublin) early morning on Saturday June 1st. They have a second match later that day against South Tipperary. Next day they face Wexford in their final group game. After that there will be Cup/Shield /Trophy/Bowl matches ( depending on final group placings ) and an overall final position in the tournament. 

    Mayo teams have an excellent record at this annual event and hopes are high that this young panel will continue that trend.