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Sat 24 Oct
Allianz Football League Roinn 4 RD - 7
Markievicz Park - @ 2 00
Ref - L. Devenney
Sun 25 Oct
Christy Ring Cup RD - 1
Celtic Park - @ 2 00
Ref - A. Ferguson
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Club Sligo Draw takes place on Saturday mainnews
Sligo GAA will be holding their 2020 CLUB SLIGO DRAW prior to the Allianz National League game with Limerick this Saturday.

The DRAW will be streamed live on the SLIGO GAA Facebook page and will take place at 1.30pm

The lucky winner will receive a VW Polo supplied by Connolly Motors, Sligo while 4 runners up will receive 2 All Ireland Football Final tickets and 4 more will receive 2 All Ireland Hurling Final tickets.

Given that the All Ireland Finals may be behind closed doors, Sligo GAA will honour the winning tickets in 2021 and as an added bonus will present the winners of these tickets with a cash prize this year of €250.

You can watch the Draw live on Facebook on the SligoGAA page.

Tickets can still be purchased online up until 11pm on Friday night at http://www.sligogaa.ie/ClubSligo/Default.aspx

Last updated 22/10/2020 @ 18:05

Coolaney/Mullinabreena GAA Club notes clubnotes

Coolaney/Mullinabreena GAA Club had a really great response at their Club Gear Bulk Order stand recently at Achonry Farmers Market. Elaine Conroy was the lucky winner of the Club Replica Jersey. You can still order items, please contact Pearse 087 1379850, Shane 086 3097483 for further details. Thank you to all you supported this and organised it.


Club Sligo 2020 Draw will take place this Sunday 25 Oct and we still have some tickets available. Please contact Eugene Henry 087 2447098, Ollie Lee 087 79818277, Brendan Kivlehan 087 2845687, Rose Maloney Quinn 086 4658877
Thank you all for your response to this and your continued support to our great wee club in what has been and continues to be a difficult year for all.


Coolaney/Mullinabreena GAA Club extends sympathy to The Gormley Family, Doonbeg, Bunninadden on the death of Muriel Gormley, RIP

Sympathy to the Barrett Family, Ballinvalley, on the death of Stella Durcan (nee Barrett), Carentubber, Tubbercurry. RIP


Well done to our own Kevin O’Kennedy who played on the Sligo County Hurling Team who recently won the Allianz Hurling League Division 3B Final. 


Hard luck to the Sligo Team and Management on their recent defeat against Carlow. Well done to our own parish men Nathan Mullen and Barry Gorman who played on the day.


The N17 Farmers Market continues on a weekly basis in Nace O’Dowd Pitch, Achonry every Saturday from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Please adhere to both social distancing requirements and Covid restrictions in place when attending the market. Thank you to all who are supporting this great venture and to all the helpers who make it possible.


Recap on the Recent Lotto Winners, Congrats to all:

April 9,12,14,29

James and Mary Teresa Finan 9,12,29.

Leo & Caroline Coleman  9,12,14.

Eoin & Kathleen O Slatarra 9,14,29.


May 6,16,24,28.

Tommy & Mary Kenney 16,14,28.


June 5,15,26,30

Denis Gormally 15,26,30

Maureen Coleman 5,15,30

Ciara Kivlehan 5,26,30. 

Last updated 20/10/2020 @ 11:07

Sligo NHL Roinn 3B - some of the figures from the campaign mainnews

Our hurlers played 5 games in the league including the final.  

37 players made an appearance during the league.

Sligo scored 15 - 93 and conceded 7 - 60

Player and appearances
Mark Burke 4
Paul O'Grady 3
James Weir 4
Niall Feehily 5
Eoghan R McGowan 2
Gavin Connolly 2
Kevin Banks 4
Liam Reidy 3
Rory McHugh 5
Finnian Cawley 5
Gerard O'K Lynch 3
Tony O'Kelly Lynch 5
Keith Raymond 4
Andrew Kilcullen 3
Kieran Prior 5
Ruairí Brennan 4
Kevin O'Kennedy 5
Darragh Cawley 1
Joe McHugh 4
Niall McDermott 2
Shane Brenan 2
Arthur Wall 2
Dónal Hanley 1
Kevin Gilmartin 3
Cathal Jordan 1
Brian Shannon 1
Larry Cadden 2
Pa O'Connor 1
Mikey Gordon 2
Niall Kilcullen 1
Conor Hannify 1
Mark Hannify 1
Michael Munnelly 1
Daniel Rolston 1
Ronan Cox 1
Conor Griffin 1
Eoin Comerford 1

Scorers through the league - 20 scorers
  Goals Points
Keith Raymond 3 27
Gerard O'Kelly Lynch 4 9
Kieran Prior 2 7
Rory McHugh 3 2
Finnian Cawley 1 8
Tony O'Kelly Lynch 0 11
Joe McHugh 1 7
Andrew Kilcullen
Kevin Banks
Ruairí Brennan
Arthur Wall
Mikey Gordon
Conor Hannify
Kevin O'Kennedy
Larry Cadden
Mark Hannify
Michael Munnelly
Ronan Cox
Conor Griffin
Eoin Comerford

Last updated 19/10/2020 @ 20:21

NHL Roinn 3B FINAL Sligo 3-17 v Leitrim 2-16 mainnews

The county hurlers were back in Bekan almost 19 months after last years appearance at the venue where they lost this final in 2019 to Longford. It was a cold and wet day in 2019 but 2020 surprisingly for October had a better hurling day for the final where Sligo hit more wides than points scored - an amazing statistic  . This was also the first game under the new county hurling management team of Padraig Mannion and his selectors after the resignations of Daithí Hand and his team. This also meant there were a few high profile player absentees in particular scorer in chief Keith Raymond. On the other side there was a number of new names in the squad and the subs bench along with the team fitness proved vital in the closing stages.

Sligo hit 19 wides and the Leitrim keeper gave a man of the match display with a number of top class saves with one in particular in the second half absolutely stunning. The physical presence of Conor Beirne and Poinard in the Leitrim full forward line caused havoc as did the Moreton brothers with their all action style. 

Sligo got off to a good start with a Gerard O'Kelly Lynch point from play within seconds of the throw in and he followed with a free two minutes later. Ben Murray and Gavin O'Hagan equalised for Leitrim. Sligo has a number of good chances at this time for goals but none were taken. Debutant Conor Hannify got his first score for Sligo in the 12th minute but O'Hagan replied and at the water break Leitrim lead by one following a James McNabola free. In an eventful 90 seconds, Leitrim found the net when Beirne fielded turned and passed to Poinard who drove to the net. This was quickly followed by a O'Hagan free and from the subsequent puck out GOKL broke and headed for goal and drove across the keeper to the net. In the 26th minute Eoin Comerford got a goo long range point but Leitrim struck back when a long range effort by McNabola made its way to the Sligo net via a deflection or deft touch from Beirne. Beirne pointed directly afterwards. Hannify and O'Kelly Lynch responded for Sligo. 

Ronan Cox came on for Sligo at this point adding a more physical presence around the middle with great tenacity. It was blow for blow before the half time break with Mikey Gordon and Finnian Cawley scoring from play and Tony O'Kelly Lynch with a free being cancelled out by two from O'Hagan and Colm Moreton making the score at the whistle 2-9 v 1-9 to Leitrim. 

Conor Griffin moved into full forward for the second half and right away it paid dividends with the first score of the half. GOKL got his second goal in the second minute of the half, again striking across the goal into the side netting. Leitrim responded and hit a puprle patch where they out hurled and out muscled Sligo with 4 points up to the water break from O'Hagan and Enda Moreton with only a 65 from O'Kelly Lynch in response. Daniel Rolston entered for his senior debut and added a stronger presence in front of the full back line. Ruairí Brennan and Michael Munnelly also entered the fray in the 22nd minute with both providing very good displays. When Colm Moreton scored a point after throwing off two defenders in the 24th minute it looked like it would be Leitrims day. However their half forward line were beginning to look spent along with Sligo running more with the sliotar in hand and off the shoulder it began to change. Michael Munnelly scored a point after a good run down the left side of the field which he popped over from an acute angle and in the 30th minute the goal that would drive onto victory arrived. 

A Leitrim puckout was won on the Sligo 65, a few short passes and Mark Hannify went on a solo run that ended almost 100m later on the Leitrim goal line with a handpass to Gerard O'Kelly Lynch who deftly kicked under the Leitrim keeper.  Leitrim did respond with another O'Hagan free but at this stage there was going to be only one winner with some smart crossfield passes resulting in Hannify , Ronan Cox and Cawley all scoring points from play to give Sligo the victory and promotion to Roinn 3A for the 2021 season.

Captain Niall Feehily received the cup on behalf of his team.


Sligo - Gerard O'Kelly Lynch 3-4 (1f 2x65), Tony O'Kelly Lynch 0-3 (3f), Conor Hannify 0-2, Finnian Cawley 0-2, Eoin Comerford, Mikey Gordon, Conor Griffin, Michael Munnelly, Mark Hannify, Ronan Cox 0-1 each.

Leitrim - Gavin O'Hagan 0-9 (6f), Conor Beirne 1-2, Peter Poinard 1-0, James McNabola 0-2(1f), Colm Moreton 0-2, Ben Murray, Enda Moreton 0-1 each

Sligo : Stephen Fleming, Kevin O'Kennedy, Niall Feehily(capt), Niall Kilcullen, Finnian Cawley, Rory McHugh, Mark Hannify, Mikey Gordon, Conor Griffin, Gerard O'Kelly Lynch, Kieran Prior, Eoin Comerford, Conor Hannify, Tony O'Kelly Lynch, Andrew Kicullen
Subs - Ronan Cox for Comerford, Daniel Rolston for N.Kilcullen, Ruairí Brennan for Kieran Prior, Michael Munnelly for C.Hannify

Last updated 19/10/2020 @ 11:29

NFL D4 Rd 6: Sligo 2-15 v Carlow 2-19 mainnews

The National leagues resumed with Sligo making the long journey to Carlow on Saturday. When the leagues were suspended Sligo knew that two wins from two would result in promotion to division 3. During lockdown Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien stepped down and was subsequently replaced by ex Sligo manager Neil Carew meaning his first official game in charge was against a team where he knew most players very well. Last year Sligo lost in Carlow where a slow start and the suffocating defence of the Carlow men saw us go down in a very low scoring game. Both teams were relegated and had a lot to play for here with regard to getting promoted at the first attempt. Unlike last year this was a high scoring rollercoast ride throughout with the result in doubt till the 6th minute of additional time in the second half. 

Sean Murphy made his competitive start in the Sligo jersey and was involved in the first minute as Carlows Paul Broderick kicked over and it was the fifth minute when Pat Hughes ran out onto a ball and turned and flung over the first of Sligo scores for the evening. A minute late Sligo went in front when Mikey Gordon bore down on goal from 45m and no defender met him, leaving him to drive to the roof of the net. Carlow responded with points from Foley and Dunphy and were dominating the kickouts of both sides with a serious physical presence. Hughes brought us back level with another good run, turn and point but at the water break further points from Broderick and Jordan Morrisey left Sligo in arrears. 

Sligo hit the next four points after the break from Gaughan (1f) getting two and Seán Carrabine and Paddy O'Connor to put Sligo back in front. Broderick from play and a free split by a Paddy O'Connor free left Sligo in front by 1 at the break 1-7 v 0-9.

Broderick hit another point from another free but Red Óg Murphy hit a purple patch and scored a wonder point from close on the endline after breaking two tackles. Pat Hughes who had a very good game until injury meant he had to leave the fray intercepted a short Carlow kickout and two quick handpasses had Murphy driving at goal and rifling to the top left of the net. Hughes from the next kickout hit his third from play to put Sligo up by 6 with 7 minutes played in the half. If Sligo held on at this stage it felt like they would have won out however Ross Dunphy hit an unstoppable shot to the top corner of the net when surrounded by three defenders from the next play to cut the lead to three. 

Gerard O'Kelly Lynch finished a good move with a point in the 9th minute. By the water break it was level with three from Broderick (1f) and a Dunphy score. The last quarter of the game was up and down the field with both sides looking like they had it won. John Francis Carr, Barry Gorman and debutant Ryan Feehily entered the fray as did David Quinn close to the finish. Carlow went up by three points going into the six minutes of injury time with  a point from Chris Blake and a goal from Conor Crowley who had just come onto the field when a kickout went a distance but all of Sligo seemed wrongfooted. Carlow went to get the insurance point and Pat Hughes managed to get his fingertips to a point attempt that allowed Eamonn Kilgannon to knock it down from over the bar. Hughes appeared to sustain a shoulder injury and with all our subs on the field we finished out with 14. The team showed great grit to come back and three Liam Gaughan frees had levelled the game but Carlows superiority of the kickout proved decisive with Paul Broderick and Darragh Foley hitting two winning points in less than a minute to take the win and also to take a chance of promotion out of Sligo hands.

Limerick make the trip to Markievicz Park next weekend.

Scorers - 
Sligo - Liam Gaughan  0-5 (4f), Red Óg Murphy 1-2, Pat Hughes 0-3, Mikey Gordon 1-0, Paddy O'Connor 0-3 (2f), Seán Carrabine, Gerard O'Kelly Lynch 0-1 each

Carlow - Paul Broderick 0-11(5f), Ross Dunphy 1-2, Conor Crowley 1-0, Chris Blake 0-2, Darragh Foley, Jordan Morrisey 0-1 each

Sligo  - Eamonn Kilgannon, Nathan Mullen, Eddie McGuinness, Seán Murphy, Darragh Cummins, Paul McNamara, Gerard O'Kelly Lynch, Paddy O'Connor(capt), Paul Kilcoyne, Mikey Gordon, Conor Griffin, Seán Carrabine, Red Óg Murphy, Pat Hughes, Liam Gaughan   
Subs: John F Carr for McNamara, Ryan Feehily for Sean Murphy, Paul McNamara for Kilcoyne, Barry Gorman for Griffin, David Quinn for O'Connor

Sligo: Eamonn Kilgannon, 

Last updated 18/10/2020 @ 09:58

Geevagh GAA Club notes clubnotes

This week’s notes should have included two match reports, our Senior Ladies bid for their 2nd Connacht Championship crown & our U.12 Boys semi-final championship game. However, these games were not to be after The GAA firstly suspended all games bar Inter County and secondly a countrywide Level 3 Covid restrictions was implemented from Tuesday last.

Our senior ladies are still permitted to train as normal & our U.12’s are training away also, both crews adhering to the Covid guidelines. Hopefully these games will be played in the not too distant future.

The Leinster branch of the LGFA have suspended their provincial club finals until January 2021, so it will be interesting to see what the Connacht branch do.


Congratulations to all our club players who received their First Holy Communion on Monday night last.

Sympathy is extended to the family, relatives and friends of the late Michael Lavin, Creevagh.


Great credit to all our club teams & mentors who represented the club over this difficult season, hoping 2021 will be a little less stressful from a regulatory point of view.

Thanks for your understanding and patience in supporting all of the public health guidance over the last number of months.

Last updated 12/10/2020 @ 08:12