Thanks to becoming Nancy Murray Cup Champions in 2021, Mayo now play in the Premier Junior Championship in 2022. Their opening fixture is this Sunday at 2pm in Cusack Park, Ennis where they take on the Banner.
Great to see so many players get involved in the U14 Development squad trials last Sunday in Claremorris. Thanks to Avril Green for all the great photos of the day.
Mayo Camogie are delighted to reconnect with Westnet as a Corporate Supporter in 2022.
For the first time in the history of Mayo Camogie there were four teams competing in this year’s Feile competition – Claremorris, Castlebar Mitchels, Na Brideoga & Westport.
On Saturday 30th April, Westport will host the 2022 Mayo Camogie Feile competition, which this year sees for the first time, four camogie clubs competing.
Mayo Camogie are delighted to welcome back Homeland as a Mayo Camogie Supporter for the 2022 season and welcome Connacht Gold as Player Profile Sponsor.
Mayo booked their place in the Division 4 final after an unbeaten run in their group league games.
All roads lead to Kinnegad on Sunday and Coralstown GAA where Mayo will take on Wicklow in the Littlewoods Ireland Division 4 Final at 1pm. Mayo have reached the final unbeaten in the League and have already met Wicklow and will be pulling on that match experience to hopefully succeed and bring home the DivisionContinue reading “Mayo take on Wicklow in Littlewoods Ireland Leagues Division 4 Final”
Round 1 V Louth Mayo’s Division 4 League journey began back in early March when they made the long trip to a scenic, cool but sun trenched Cooley Kickhams GAA club to play Louth in their refixed Division 4 round one match.
Mayo met a very strong Wicklow team today in Tang GAA, Co Westmeath to contest the Minor C Championship Final.