U21 Championship results and fixtures

I know that the weekend’s results in the U21 football Championship have already been posted in the comments but, for the sake of completeness, here they are again.

U21 A Championship quarter-finals

  • Castlebar Mitchels 8-11 Knockmore 1-7
  • Westport 0-10 Claremorris 2-10

U21 B Championship quarter-final

  • Breaffy 3-18 Belmullet 0-8

U21 C Championship quarter-finals

  • Erris St Pat’s 3-22 Achill 2-2
  • Swinford 0-16 Charlestown Sarasfields 2-7

Mayo GAA have also confirmed fixture details in the U21 football Championships for this coming Sunday, all of which will throw in at midday. These are as follows:

U21 A Championship semi-finals

  • Bohola Moy Davitts v Claremorris at Foxford
  • Davitts v Castlebar Mitchels at Ballindine

U21 B Championship quarter-finals

  • Mayo Gaels v Kilmeena at Mayo Abbey
  • Crossmolina Deels Rovers v Aghamore at St Tiernan’s Park, Crossmolina
  • Ballintubber v Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin at Ray Prendergast Park, Clogher
  • Breaffy already through to the semi-finals, which will be played on 10th December

U21 C Championship semi-finals

  • Tourmakeady v Swinford at Tourmakeady
  • Eastern Gaels v Erris St Pat’s at Brickens

10 thoughts on “U21 Championship results and fixtures

  1. Pity there aren’t staggered times or different days for some of these games. I’d love to have a look at Davitts/Castlebar but as Aghamore are in Crossmolina at the same time that idea is scuppered. Moy Davitts/Claremorris should also be a tasty encounter. Kevin McStay and his management team will be spread fairly thin across a few venues on Sunday.

  2. It’s a fairly quiet time on the blog WJ, so I hope you don’t mind me posting a small piece about a non Mayo event. Although it does have some Mayo connections. More of that anon. This coming Saturday at 13 0, Dublin’s Scoill Ui Connaill take on Allenwood of Kildare in the Leinster intermediate football final in Parnell Park. I had the pleasure of watching Scoill beating Rathkenny of Meath in the semi final just over a week back. That was Caolach Halligan’s club before he transferred to Kilmeena. Meath’s Donal Keoghan plays for them now. After a really enthralling encounter, Scoill came out on top 3 – 2 on penalties after extra time. Now to the Mayo connection. Five Mayo lads started for Scoill that day. One of them, Brendan Murray wore the number 12 jersey. At the same time, his brother, Mickey was wearing the number 12, (I think), for Ballina in the Connacht senior semi final.
    So while the Lahardane lads will be battling it out for junior provincial honours in Connacht on Saturday, there will be another group of Mayo lads doing likewise in Leinster, for intermediate glory.

  3. 5 Mayo players involved with NUIG in the Higher Education Divison 1 League Final v Ulster University Jordanstown tonight in Abbotstown Dublin at 8pm. Live on Youtube Higher Education Gaa page https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI9032j35uQ

    Ryan O’Donoghue
    Tommy Conroy
    Conor Dunleavy Balla
    Cillian Goulding Balla
    Ultan O’Reilly Castlebar Mitchels

  4. Thanks for that, No White Feather. Scoil Ui Chonaill are a neighbouring club of ours up here in Dublin, good club they are too. I was speaking with a Rathkenny man I know this week and he was gnashing his teeth over their loss of a seven-point lead in that game, with insult added to injury from their perspective when they lost the game on penalties.

    Thanks too, Sam Og, for that link. That provides some good competition to the Champions League coverage tonight!

  5. More puke football again tonite from Third level teams.
    1 major rule change of keeping 3 players beyond both 45s would help change the game for the better.Its not as hard police as people are making out.Its very much the same as watching the offside soccer rule by the linesmen.
    At least trial it, be a lot better than the mark.
    Jordanstown players just waiting on the 45.Absolute horseshit!!

  6. Really enjoyable, if one sided second half.

    Galway’s unadventurous first half paid off.

    Ryan and Tommy prominent. Though neither had canavans threat down the central channel.

    James McLoughlin came off the bench to boss this game. One to watch

    I’m pretty sure Conor Devanney played the full game, but there was only very limited ball in the Galway full back line second half.

    Sheridan has said that they weren’t good first half.

  7. I believe a modicum of sense has prevailed at least for Claremorris fans. If correct it seems their U21 game in Foxford has been brought forward to 11.00am, allowing supporters time to get back for the ladies final at 1.30pm.

  8. I hope u21 and ladies games can go ahead this week, with weather conditions deteriorating and risk of frozen pitches . I wonder do County Board’s have contingencies in place….

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