Search Results for 'Connacht Intermediate Club Hurling Championship'

17 results found.

Mayo start the season in style

image preview

Mayo Volleyball Club began their first home game of the 2019/20 league campaign with an entertaining victory over Santry in St Louis School Sports Hall in Kiltimagh.

Tooreen look to find the right path against Four Roads

image preview

Mayo hurling champions Tooreen will be back in action this weekend when they take on Roscommon winners, Four Roads, in Athleague in the quarter-final of the Connacht Intermediate Hurling Championship.

Ballyhaunis and The Neale to square off in intermediate decider

image preview

The Neale are heading for the Mayo intermediate final after a 2-15 to 1-14 extra time win over Louisburgh in the first of the semi-finals which took place on Saturday night.

Go racing in Roscommon

Racing returns to Roscommon on Monday, for an all flat card, with the first of seven races due off at 5.20pm.

Ladies must go again

image preview

Galway and Mayo must go again after a pulsating battle ended in a draw last Sunday evening in Castlebar.

Mayo fail to reel in Galway in junior final

image preview

There was confusion on the field at the final whistle after Justin Healy slotted over Mayo’s ninth point of the day - but according to the scoreboard it was their tenth, with the scoreboard operator putting up an extra point for Mayo after a free from Brendan Carr dropped in and was deflected over the bar by one of the rash of hands that went up to contest it.

Eyes firmly focused on championship opponents for clubs

image preview

The draws for the Mayo GAA senior, intermediate, junior A and junior B championships took place in MacHale Park on Wednesday evening.

Galway roads to benefit from €32 million in Government funding

A total of €31.7 million has been allocated to the Galway city and county councils for repairs, maintenance, and improvements to the city and county road network.

Mayo hammer home their point against Roscommon

image preview

When 15 minutes before throw in, it was announced that Footballer of the Year - Lee Keegan wouldn’t be starting there was an air of fear amongst the Mayo supporters who made the pilgrimage back to Croke Park on Bank Holiday Monday. But once the ball was thrown in that unease was soon vanquished as Mayo went right at Roscommon and rolled them over in impressive style at the second time of asking.

Roscommon face stern challenge against experienced Mayo side

image preview

A first Connacht title in seven years ensures 2017 will be fondly remembered in Roscommon, but Sunday’s Croke Park clash against Mayo promises to be interesting.

  • 1 (current)
  • 2
 

Page generated in 0.0457 seconds.