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Fixtures for 2021 Connacht Senior Football Championship mainnews


Senior Football Championship

Quarter Final

Saturday 26th June @ 4.30pm

4.30pm:  A:  Sligo                  v          Mayo                           Markievicz Park

Semi Finals   

Sunday 4th July

2pm. Roscommon                  v          Galway                        Dr Hyde Park

Sunday 11th July

2pm: Leitrim                          v          A         Advant Money Pairc Sheain/MacHale Park

Final:  Sunday 25th July @ 1.15pm.

Last updated 04/05/2021 @ 13:58

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA Club notes clubnotes

Management teams

Our teams have thankfully returned to the playing fields at underage level.

Here are our management teams for the coming year. They were all ratified at a club meeting recently.

Intermediate/Junior B:  Michael Duffy (manager), Declan Rouse, Paddy Martin, Declan Hughes, Michael Gordon, Cian Mulrooney (S&C)

U-21: TBC

Minor (U-17): Brian Coleman, Enda Mulrooney, Brendan Murray

U-15: Paul Bourke, Eamon Harnett, Eamon O’Malley

U-13: Derek Tuffy, Niall Hannon, Josh Ellis, Aaron Duffy

U-11: Cathal Mullaney, Neville Finnerty, Brandon Fitzgerald

U-9: JP Carden, Trevor Gordon, Robert Jacob, Eoin Hallinan

U-7: Greg Regan, Brandon Fitzgerald

Our adult players are permitted to return to collective training from May 10th.


The club is thrilled to have launched a huge fundraiser, for which there is a prize worth in excess of €70000!

We are offering entrants the chance, for just €25, to win a luxury Campervan, which is ideal for the upcoming summer season in a year when staycations will again be the order of the day.

By entering, you can put yourself in the frame to win one of the industry’s leading motor homes, which includes all you need to further enhance your staycation experience this summer and beyond.

With 3 berths, kitchen facilities, a seated area and much, much more, the Etrusco V6600 is the ideal way to travel around Ireland, or abroad in years to come, with family or friends.

The draw will have only 5,495 tickets, so please get your tickets early.

You can enter via our dedicated competition website, www.winadreamcampervan.com, where a full list of Terms and Conditions are available.

For further details, and updates, please follow Win Your Dream Campervan on Facebook and Instagram.

The draw is pencilled in for the 16th of July.


At a recent club meeting, the committee took the decision to progress with plans for floodlights on our main playing pitch.

With current developments at Quigabar, our facilities will receive another major facelift this year with the construction of our new clubhouse and community facility, as well as lighting our playing pitch for the first time.

We will provide more updates on progress on this project in the coming months.


We have exciting plans for the return of our blotto draw with our friends in Kilglass/Enniscrone Utd. Keep your eyes out for details in the coming weeks!


The club extends its sympathies to the Tuffy, Queenan and O’Shea families following the sad passing of Aidan Tuffy in county Clare last week.

Aidan played underage football for the club through all the age groups and was a staunch supporter, providing sponsorship on a couple of occasions and attending matches whenever he was at home.

Aidan was laid to rest in Breaffa Cemetery, Kilrush, last week.

The club also extends its sympathies to the family of John Reilly, Maugherabrack, Kilglass, who passed away last week.

John was a great stalwart for the club for a long number of years, with many recalling him travelling the roads of the parish on his Honda 50 organising and preparing our underage teams throughout the 1980s and 1990s. His funeral took place on Sunday with burial afterwards in Kilglass Cemetery.


Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamnacha.


Last updated 04/05/2021 @ 10:01

St. Michael's GAA Club notes clubnotes

St Michaels GAA have launch an online fundraiser for future club development. As with most clubs and organisations Covid-19 has had a negative impact on club fundraising. St Michaels GAA have decided to launch a fundraiser adjacent to Lockdown being lifted.

Speaking the Chairman of St Michaels GAA , Joe Taaffe “we are looking forward to the fundraiser which we are launching this Friday evening. Like every club we have had to adapt how we fundraise and this online measure keeps everyone safe whilst allowing the club continue with its club development plan”.

A host of celebrities from around the world have lent their support to the fundraiser which you will see on the St Michaels GAA facebook page.

Entrants to the draw will have a chance to win a trip of a lifetime. A trip for two including 4 nights in Las Vegas in the MGM Hotel and 4 nights in New York at the Edison Hotel. Also included will be a Helicopter tour of Las Vegas and a tour of Ellis Island in New York. As if this wasn't enough, there will also be €2000 in spending money.

The second prize is a commercial breeding heifer to the value of €1500 and for all those working remotely you will have a chance to win a Macbook Laptop.

Tickets are €20 each or 3 tickets can be purchased for €50. Tickets are available from the

fundraising committee members, club officers / members and also online via our dedicated

website stmichaelsgaasligo.com and our club social media channels.

After what has been a very difficult year for us all, we at St. Michaels are unwavering in our

commitment to provide the very best facilities and a fun and safe environment for our young people. A successful outcome for this fundraiser will ensure that we can begin the next phase of the club’s development following on from the successful development of PJ Linnane Park in 2018.


We at St. Michaels have deliberately kept our membership rates low in comparison with

other clubs to provide value to the parents of our young players.

Now, we hope you will join and support us in this exciting venture which will be of huge

benefit to the youth of the club and community.

The draw will be launched this Friday, April 30th and will end on the 4th July 2021 with the BIG DRAW.


Training is resuming for all under aged teams with Under-7’s on Monday evening 6.30 followed by the Under-11’s at 7.30pm on the Old Pitch, and Adult training resuming 10th May 2021 all coaches have received the Pitches training schedule. We are asking ALL Managers to ensure that all player have paid their Insurance and Membership, as they cannot take park in any Training without Insurance, this can be done Online through the following link





The Ladies of St Michael’s have elected their Excutive committee for the coming year as follows: Chairperson- Marie Clancy, Vice-Chair – Sabrina Kelly, Secretary – Shauna Kelly, Asst Secretary – Joe Hynes, PRO – Mary Finn, Child Protection Officer – Michael Conway.

Training has also commenced in the Ladies this week with Seniors returning 10th May 2021

The Club wish to express sincere sympathies to All Families and Members whom have lost a loved one over the past year.

Last updated 04/05/2021 @ 08:10

Drumcliffe Rosses Point GAA Club notes clubnotes
We wish to extend our condolences to the Kenny family in Rosses Point following the death of Tom Kenny. Tom's sons Conor and Brian were both prominent club players with DRP for many years. Conor was a former senior team captain and has retained a close connection with the club down through the years.

Saturday morning coaching for our younger players (girls and boys) returns at Rathcormac NS. Here are the session timings: 
Girls & boys born 2014-2016 at 9:45am (till 10:30am).
Girls born 2011-2013 and boys born 2010-2013 train at 10:45am (till 11:45am).
You'll find coaches contact details for each of the various sessions and age groups on drp.gaa.ie or on the club's Facebook page. 

A special word of thanks to our senior men's footballers who did a litter collection recently across the Rosses Point and Drumcliffe areas as a small token of thanks for the community's club support over the past 14 months.

Take a bow too our boys under-15 footballers, who's recent Charity Duathlon Challenge has raised €4,850 and counting for the Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station and the Sligo Cancer Support Centre. It was a terrific effort by all the group.

Registration for the 2021 season is available to complete online on the club's website drp.gaa.ie. 

Last updated 04/05/2021 @ 08:07

Shamrock Gaels GAA Club notes clubnotes
It was great to have the children back on the pitch this week. Thanks to all of the coaches and covid supervisors for their help in ensuring a smooth return to play. Saturday morning coaching is also back for the u6's to u9 age groups, girls and boys. It is not too late to register for the Saturday sessions - please contact Michelle McMorrow on 087 6157455 to get signed up.

We are currently putting together the management team for the Ladies Senior team - anyone interested in getting involved should contact Martin Cassidy on 086 8821016 or any club official. 

There was no winner of the lotto last week with the numbers drawn 3,12, 18 and 21. There was one match 3 winner, Rachel Boyd. The jackpot now stands at €3,700 with the next draw on Monday 10th May. Play now on https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=718#Anchor

There has been a great response to the National Club Draw, and we would make a final appeal to anyone who still has to return tickets to do so this week to Mary Quinn.

We are currently doing catch up member draws, the winners of the January draw were, Tommy Deignan, Enda Candon and Aoife O'Connor.

The club wish to express sympathy with the Willis family and friends on the passing of Declan Willis, Pennsylvania and formerly of Collooney who died last week.

Last updated 04/05/2021 @ 08:07

Sligo GAA unveil new Jersey at AbbVie mainnews

Sligo GAA unveiled its new 2021 jersey and kit at a photocall at AbbVie’s Manorhamilton Road facility in Sligo today. 


The biopharmaceutical company, which employs more than 400 people across two manufacturing plants near Sligo town, commenced an initial three-year sponsorship deal in 2016 with Sligo GAA. It saw the AbbVie logo appear on all Senior, U-20 and Junior football team jerseys, and this partnership was extended in 2019 until the end of the 2021 season.


AbbVie is also the sponsor of the Sligo LGFA senior ladies’ football team. AbbVie continues to be the only multinational pharmaceutical company in Ireland to sponsor an inter-county team, regardless of gender, underscoring the company’s support of local communities and sports organisations. 


Pictured from L-R were:

 Sean Carroll, Sligo GAA County Board Chairman; Alan Davey, Senior Men’s Football Squad; Joe Gonley, Finance Manager, AbbVie Ballytivnan, Sligo; Darren Egan, Site Director, AbbVie Manorhamilton Road, Sligo.

Pictured from L-R were: Joe Gonley, Finance Manager, AbbVie Ballytivnan, Sligo; Alan Davey, Senior Men’s Football Squad; Darren Egan, Site Director, AbbVie Manorhamilton Road, Sligo.

Last updated 30/04/2021 @ 17:44