Club championship action this weekend

Ballintubber Castlebar

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The focus switches from inter-county to internecine this weekend on the #mayogaa front, with a full slate of matches in both the senior and intermediate club championships. The fixtures are split between Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon and this is what’s on offer:

Senior Football Championship

Group 1

Davitts v Knockmore, Saturday 6.30pm at Ballindine

Breaffy v Ballyhaunis, Sunday 1pm at Breaffy (Note earlier throw-in time)

Group 2

Castlebar Mitchels v Ballina Stephenites, Saturday 6.30pm at Josie Munnelly Park, Castlebar

Ballaghaderreen v Claremorris, Sunday 2pm at Ballaghaderreen

Group 3

Crossmolina v Ballinrobe, Saturday 6.30pm at Crossmolina

Aghamore v Ballintubber, Sunday 4pm at Aghamore

Group 4

Kiltane v Garrymore, Saturday 6.30pm at Bangor Erris

Shrule/Glencorrib v Charlestown, Sunday 2pm at Shrule

Intermediate Football Championship

Group 1

Kilmaine v Belmullet, Saturday 5.30pm at Kilmaine

Moy Davitts v Islandeady, Sunday 2pm at Foxford

Group 2

Westport v Bonniconlon, Sunday 2pm at Westport

Castlebar Mitchels B v Kiltimagh, Sunday 4pm at Castlebar

Group 3

Swinford v Tourmakeady, Saturday 6.30pm at Swinford

Burrishoole v Hollymount/Carramore, Saturday 6.30pm at Newport

Group 4

Mayo Gaels v The Neale, Saturday 6.30pm at Mayo Abbey

Cill Chomain v Parke, Sunday 2pm at Glenamoy

9 thoughts on “Club championship action this weekend

  1. Btubber badly hit with Cillian,Diarmuid,Alan Dillon and full back Cathal Hallinan all ruled out

  2. Is Cillian still carrying that injury? Or did he get another knock on Sunday last? And what is the story on Diarmuid that he is out too?

    Let’s hope that there are no more injuries. Novenas start now.

  3. Or Conor O Se ….how close is he to panel considering he played against Ros last yr?

  4. Well done to Sligo yesterday. Sport is wonderful, always the odd surprise. Same for Antrim. Was at Aughamore V Ballintubber game. A solid performance from Ballintubber and they were missing County Players. Ballintubber are a solid dogged team and they play as a team. In fairness to Auhgamore the 2 goals beat them, and in fairness they have to thank Jason Gibbons. He laid on the first ball to Alan Plunkett and the pass was inch perfect. The second goal he scored himself again a long ball that hopped over the full back and deceived the goal keeper. Alan Freeman tried hard and missed a few soft frees but Jason Gibbons was superb, his reading of the game and his work rate was impressive. I spotted Pat Holmes and if Mayo want to have any ambitions he needs to have Jason Gibbons on panel. His injuries seemed to have cleared up even though he got a knock after the half time break, but he shrugged it off.

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