Sligo GAA

  • It’s down to the last four in the Sligo U21 A Football Championship on Saturday.

    Both games will take place in the Sligo GAA Centre of Excellence.

    First up at 7pm St. Mary’s clash with Easkey/Enniscrone/Kilglass.

    Then at 8.15pm Coolera/Strandhill will take on Shamrock Gaels.

  • Mark Breheny has been added to Tony McEntee’s Sligo management team as a selector.

    The former Sligo star retired from inter-county football two years ago after 17 seasons but still plays club football for St. Mary’s.

    Tourlestrane duo Brendan Egan and Alan Dunne have both been added to the backroom team as well.

    McEntee was appointed as Sligo manager last week on a three-year term – and he has retained the services of Crossmolina coach Joe Keane and Sean Boyle (strength & conditioning), who were both part of Paul Taylor’s management team during his two years in charge.

  • The Mayo hurling team to face Sligo in tomorrow’s Nicky Rackard Cup has been announced.

    The game in the Sligo Centre of Excellence gets underway at 3pm tomorrow.

    The team in full is as follows:

    1. Stephen Leneghan
    2. Conor Murray
    3. Conor Daly
    4. Sean Mulroy
    5. Brian Hunt
    6. David Kenny
    7. Cathal Freeman
    8. Kieran McDermott
    9. Sean Kenny
    10. Sean Regan
    11. Kieran Kiely
    12. Patrick Kiely
    13. Shane Boland
    14. Adrian Phillips
    15. Corey Scahill
  • 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 

  • Connacht U17 Championship 
    Round 3
    Mayo 2-18 
    Sligo 0-10 

    Lory Meagher Cup 
    Sligo 4-15
    Lancashire 2-20

  • 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

  • It has been confirmed that the Connacht U17 Championship semi-final clash between Mayo & Sligo will take place in the Connacht Centre of Excellence on Thursday October 29th.

    The game will get underway at 7.30pm.

  • 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.

  • Mayo are through to the Connacht Under-20 Football final following last night's 1-25 to 1-6 win over Sligo in Castlebar.

    The defending champions will face Galway in next Wednesday's final in Tuam.

    Galway beat Roscommon by 17-points to 1-7 in Kiltoom.

    Mayo controlled proceedings last night from the outset and led by ten points at the break.

    Evan O’Brien was the star of the show kicking six points from midfield with corner forward Tommy Conroy executing five terrific scores.

    Sligo missed a penalty on 26 minutes but the Mayo defence put in a solid display to run out convincing 19 point winners with their goal coming from Oisin Mullin on 56 minutes.

    Aidan Orme and Stephen McGreal accounted for three points each, with a brace from from both Paddy Goldrick and Gavin Durcan. John Gallagher, Paul Towey, Mark Moran and Nathan Moran all got a point each as well.

    Mayo finished the game with 14 men after substitute Nathan Moran was shown a black card in the 58th minute, by which stage they had used up all their allowed substitutions. 

    Sligo’s goal came from Sean Carroll but it wasn’t enough to derail the defending Connacht Champions who will now face Galway in Tuam Stadium next Wednesday night at 7.30pm.

  • Round 3 of the Connacht U17 championship takes place tomorrow as Mayo face Sligo in Elverys MacHale Park.

    Following one win and one defeat from their opening two games Mayo need a win if they want to progress to next months Connacht final.  Throw-in tomorrow in Elverys MacHale Park is 12.30pm:

    1. Ronan Connolly - Ardnaree Sarsfields
    2. Alfie Morrison - Castlebar Mitchels
    3. Luke Dawson - Westport
    4. Sean Holmes - Knockmore
    5. Evan Ivers - Belmullet
    6. Conor Dunleavy - Balla
    7. Aidan Cosgrove - Kiltimagh
    8. Jack Carney - Kilmeena
    9. Frank Irwin - Ballina Stephenites
    10. Liam Donoghue - Kiltane
    11. Jack Mahon - Charlestown Sarsfields
    12. Liam Og Horkan - Garrymore
    13. Martin Ball  - Louisburgh
    14. Ultan O'Reilly - Castlebar Mitchels
    15. Enda Hession - Garrymore(Captain)

  • Padraig Mannion has been appointed as the new Sligo Senior Hurling manager.

    Sligo GAA made the announcement this afternoon and joining Padraig Mannion on his management team will be Donal Tully, Declan Molloy and Darragh Cox.

    Sligo will compete in Division 3B of the league and Christy Ring cup.

  • Paul Durcan has been added to the Sligo football backroom team.

    The All Ireland-winner with Donegal will work alongside new manager Tony McEntee as goalkeeping coach.

    Durcan currently plays his club football in Sligo with Drumcliffe/Rosses Point.

  • Former Sligo manager Paul Taylor has been appointed as the new manager of Roscommon club Kilmore.

    The Intermediate side made the announcement last night stating they are delighted to confirm the appointment of the former Sligo player and.

    “Paul brings with him great experience in both playing and management.

    “We wish Paul the very best of luck.”

  • Paul Taylor has been installed as the new Sligo Senior Football manager.

    The former Yeats County foward and Under 21 boss takes the reins following the exit of Cathal Corey.

  • Sligo GAA have announced that former county player and Under 21 manager Paul Taylor has been recommended by the selection committee to be the new Sligo Senior Football Team manager.

    He will be recommended to Club Delegates at next Monday's County Board meeting for verification.

    Paul Taylor hails from the Eastern Harps club with whom he won six senior county titles.

    He played for 14 seasons with Sligo.

    He was previously involved with the Sligo Senior management team when Kevin Walsh was manager.

    Taylor will be announcing his full backroom team in the coming weeks which will comprise of two local selectors and a new face to the senior set-up in coach Joe Keane from Mayo.

    The Crossmolina man was part of Stephen Rochford's Mayo backroom team for the past two seasons.

  • Paul Taylor has this morning stepped down from his role as Sligo Senior Football manager.

    In a statement from Sligo GAA they say from the first time Paul pulled on the jersey of Sligo and his club Eastern Harps he has given 100% at all times to better the cause.

    Having managed Sligo u21 team he accepted the role of senior manager two years ago. Sligo county board, the clubs and supporters thank Paul for is efforts.

    Taylor says family commitments, work commitments and the current health crisis are the primary factors in his decision.  

    He added that he was bitterly disappointed that Sligo were forced to withdraw from their Connacht championship game against Galway due to the COVID 19 outbreak.


  • Connacht U17 Football Championship 
    Roscommon 4-12 
    Mayo 0-11

    Galway 3-15 
    Sligo 0-10 

  • Sligo Intermediate Football Final 
    Curry 0-17 
    Shamrock Gaels 2-11 

    Sligo Senior Hurling Final 
    Coolera/Strandhill 2-25 
    Naomh Eoin 3-10 

    Roscommon Intermediate Football Final 
    Fuerty 1-13
    Oran 2-10 

    Roscommon Junior A Final 
    Kilglass Gaels 0-12 
    Clan na nGael 0-09 

  • Roscommon captured the Connacht Minor Football title this evening in atrocious weather conditions with a three-point win over Sligo.

    The Rossies led 0-04 to 0-00 at half time playing with the elements.

    Sligo failed to score for over 55 minutes of play and scored their entire tally of 1-02 in the closing stages.

    Roscommon were victorious on a final scoreline of 1-05 to 1-02.

  • Connacht U20 Championship 
    Quarter Final
    Roscommon 3-10 
    Sligo 3-05