Our minors took the journey to Marcievicz Park in Sligo today to compete against Cavan for the Tesco Minor C All Ireland Championship title.
Our Minor team have a fantastic season and have rightfully earned their place in this weekend’s Tesco All Ireland Minor C Championship Final against Cavan.
It’s been a great journey this season for our first adult team in many years. They have been an inspiration to every other camogie player in Mayo and no doubt will continue to do so. As we gear up to watch and support them in the Nancy Murray Cup Final on Sunday here are allContinue reading “Mayo Team Named for Nancy Murray Cup Final”
In our first year fielding an adult team in a long time, their performances have been fantastic and all the hard work and commitment shown by all the players has culminated in a place in the 2021 Nancy Murray Cup Final. Read on to remember how they got there.
Our Minor team have had a great season and are in the final next weekend. Read on for a breakdown of their journey to the final.
Today’s Tesco Minor Championship Semi-Final was expected to be a good game, but what everyone got was a great game – intense, hard-hitting, physical, skillful and fast.
The Mayo minor team have earned their place in the Championship semi-final after three matches in their group stages with two victories under their belts.
Mayo travel to Raharney in Westmeath to take on Louth in the Nancy Murray Cup Semi-Final on Saturday next 21st August.
The Mayo U14 team had a long journey to Omagh in Co Tyrone to play in the National U14 Development Games yesterday.
Both Mayo and Tyrone had recorded solid victories against Donegal in advance of this final group game. Having already acquitted themselves well in the league, it was anticipated that Saturday’s pairing would be a closely fought affair. It certainly didn’t disappoint.