As the year’s inter-county action slides away from vision in the rearview mirror, up ahead the resumed club championships loom into view. There’s a slew of matches on this coming weekend, with important clashes in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior championships.
Here’s the full list of matches on this weekend, all of which take place at neutral venues.
Senior Football Championship
- Charlestown v Garrymore, Saturday 5pm at Connacht Centre of Excellence
- Knockmore v Westport, Saturday 5pm at Castlebar
- Breaffy v Ballaghaderreen, Saturday 6.30pm at Connacht Centre of Excellence
- Davitts v Hollymount/Carramore, Saturday 6.30pm at Connacht Centre of Excellence
- Ballintubber v Claremorris, Sunday 3.30 pm at Ballinrobe
- Kiltane v Aghamore, Sunday 3.30pm at Ballina
- Ballina Stephenites v Castlebar Mitchels, Saturday 4pm at Knockmore
- Ballinrobe v Crossmolina, Saturday 6.30pm at Castlebar
Intermediate Football Championship
- Ardnaree v Parke, Sunday 2pm at Knockmore
- Belmullet v Ballyhaunis, Sunday 2pm at Ballina
- Shrule/Glencorrib v Islandeady, Saturday 4.30pm at Tourmakeady
- Swinford v Mayo Gaels, Saturday 4.30pm at Kiltimagh
- Louisburgh v Burrishoole, Sunday 2pm at Westport
- The Neale v Bonniconlon, Sunday 2pm at Connacht Centre of Excellence
- Castlebar Mitchels B v Moy Davitts, Sunday 12.30pm at Swinford
- Tourmakeady v Kiltimagh, Sunday 12.30pm at Claremorris
Junior A Football Championship
- Kilmaine v Ballycastle, Sunday at 2pm at MacHale Park
- Balla v Lahardane, Sunday at 3.30pm at MacHale Park
There’s plenty in that line-up for all tastes. Incidentally, if you can’t make any of those game but still fancy catching some local action at the weekend those two JFC semi-finals are being broadcast live by Mayo GAA TV. The PPV cost for the double-header is €4 – further details here.