• Gardai have confirmed that a caravan stolen from the Ballyhaunis area two weeks ago has been located.

    The caravan was stolen from the Classaroe / Kiltyboe area of Ballyhaunis on the weekend of the3rd / 4th July, and has since been located in Tipperary.

    A file is being prepared for the DPP in relation to the incident, and Claremorris Gardai have thanked the public for their assistance.

  • Mayo went down 3 -0 to South Tipperary in their first of 2 games on Friday in the Gaynor Cup. Trailing to a 4th minute opener the Mayo girls failed to match the work rate and tenacity of the Tipp girls although the scoreline probably flattered the winners. 

    Still very much all to play for though in this Group D as all 4 teams each have 3 points with the final round of games taking place at 6 this evening. 

  • MAYO and Tipperary will battle it out for All-Ireland U14 B glory on Sunday at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe. These counties have met previously in the All-Ireland U14 B final, back in 2008 when Mayo proved victorious. In their All-Ireland semi-final against Westmeath, Tipperary enjoyed a hugely impressive 6-14 to 2-6 victory in Banagher. It was a much tighter affair in Kinnegad as Mayo booked their place in the final, with a narrow 2-10 to 3-6 win against Antrim. Tipperary can boast an excellent recent record in the All-Ireland U14 B competition, as they were winners in 2016, 2015 and 2011. Mayo, who have been prominent in the A grade in recent years, won their only All-Ireland U14 B title ten years ago, in that aforementioned fixture against Tipperary.


    Mayo:A Mahon; C Durkan, A Dunleavy, N Tighe; C Ruane, K Tuohy, L Haran; N O’Malley, C Nyland; S Walsh, M Sheridan, L Keane; A McGahon, C Barrett, A Devereux.

    Tipperary: L Coady; K Burke, N Dunne, A Dwyer; N Martin, A Ryan, K Ryan; N Towey, K McGrath; C English, K Moore, N Costigan; E Looby, S Finnane, S Keating.