Club League finals on this weekend

The various club SFL finals are on this weekend, with five League finals in total down for decision. These are as follows:

  • DIVISION 1: Westport v Castlebar Mitchels, Saturday 7pm at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park
  • DIVISION 2: Bohola Moy Davitts v Belmullet, Sunday 2pm at St Tiernan’s Park, Crossmolina
  • DIVISION 3: Ardagh v Ardnaree, Saturday 5pm at James Stephens Park, Ballina
  • DIVISION 4: Ballintubber v Northern Gaels, Sunday 11.30am at Knockmore
  • DIVISION 5: Garrymore v Aghamore, Sunday 12pm at Davitts

Tickets for all these games must be purchased in advance and the relevant links enabling you to do this are here.

Both the Division 1 and 2 finals are being streamed live on Mayo GAA TV, costing €10 each. The link for that is here.

Mayo GAA have, by the way, released their new-look Mayo GAA TV platform, which is the same InPlayer set-up used by Connacht GAA and others. This means that those interested may now sign up for the recently launched Championship Season Pass, while there are also options to purchase access to individual matches or a weekend pass. The link for the new Mayo GAA TV platform is here.

16 thoughts on “Club League finals on this weekend

  1. It’s absolutely ludicrous that Kerry, Dublin and others will have started their club championships before Mayo have.

    I know everything in Mayo must be sacrified at the alter of the senior county team but its extremely damaging to the club game in Mayo.

  2. Supermac – just another point in the long list of incompetent decisions made by our CB. Really is embarrassing but not surprising anymore.

  3. Exactly green&red.

    If you’re a club player in mayo how frustrating must it be. Your watching everything being put on hold for the past 5 or 6 years and compromised at the alter of an ultimately fruitless quest for Sam.

    It doesn’t go on in the other top counties, ballymun and ballyboden will be going at it hammer and tongs on Wednesday night in Dublin.

    Your seeing this malaise in the club game reflected then at interprovinicial and all ireland level where we used to be contending regularly with Castlebar etc and now have nobody near the mix at all

  4. I think the county board have got the start of the club championship spot on this year. Not too early, not too late.

  5. Brilliant game of football tonight, some brilliant scores from both teams. It’s amazing the fitness levels of these clubs players nowadays. Wouldn’t be surprised seeing both of these teams in the county final in October.

  6. Not sure about that James. It will be mid-late October before things are finished up. A heavy week or two of rain and pitches will be destroyed. Club players going from December to October training. Why have 90% of all other counties championship started now?

    We really do like to drag things out in mayo. A bit like the circus of a selection process last year. Congrats to castlebar on the win today. Both teams shaping up nicely heading into championship

  7. Couldn’t make the Castlebar/Westport game tonight, so thank God for Mayo Gaa TV because that was brilliant entertainment. Westport will be kicking themselves for not seeing it out but made a monumental balls up by not starting Colm Moran. Bob Tuohy the best of the midfielders and Ultan O’Reilly was a great option for long kick outs and was good for scores too. Will be interesting if and when both teams have their missing players back.

  8. Realistically, you can’t start the championship before the All Ireland final or replay date as games would get cancelled if Mayo were going well. Club players have certainty now.

    Ive no issue with the county championship finishing mid to late October. Ballygunner played the Waterford final on Sept 12th 2022. Their next game in the Munster championship was November 6th. That’s far too big of a gap.

    The structure is that the championship isthat it’s can be played off over 10 weeks. play a game every fortnight. if someone gets injured early on with say a pulled hamstring , they’ve time to get back for a quarter, semi or final. Realistically, you can’t play too many games midweek in Mayo as lads live away. Dublin is different as all the players live locally.

    With the change in structure, most serious teams didn’t start training properly until much later in the year. They might have started gym programmes earlier but it is expected that teams competing for titles are doing this year round.

  9. Dublin were mentioned above. They are one county we should not try emulate in running the club championship. Before the Gaa moved the All Ireland final to July, they used to play off their club championship in a couple of weeks. Players could have played 3 games in a week. Willie Joe would be well aware of this

  10. That’s true, jamss – I have a memory (which could be faulty) of Vincent’s playing something like four Championship matches in fourteen days. That would have included a county final replay and first round of Leinster but it was an insane schedule.

  11. I think myself that it is a bit late starting the championship.
    The plus side is that players can organise their holidays with certainty, very important for married guys and those in jobs where holidays have to be pre-booked.

  12. Rochford after doing another interview with Midwest. Any chance we could get these men on the late late show to get another review of the year? Surely one interview also by the manager of the team is plenty?

    As a wise man once said, when your explaining your in trouble.

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