The Leitrim team to play Wicklow on Saturday’s All Ireland Football Championship Qualifier Round 1 clash in Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada is as follows:

Ainm(Béarla) Club
1 Cathal McCrann Gortleitreach
2 Paddy Maguire Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
3 Micheal McWeeney (C) Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
4 Aidan Flynn Gaeil Liatroma
5 Conor Reynolds Eanach Dubh
6 Mark Plunkett Achadh an Mhuilinn
7 Raymond Mulvey Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
8 Oisin Mc Caffrey Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
9 Shane Moran Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
10 Domhnaill Flynn Maothail
11 Sean McWeeney Achadh na Síleann
12 Shane Quinn Maothail
13 Evan Sweeney Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
14 Pearce Dolan Achadh an Mhuilinn
15 Ryan O Rourke Naomh Caillin, Fíonach

The 2019 Leitrim Under 20 Team makes its first competitive appearance tomorrow evening, Wednesday, May 22nd, as they face Sligo in Kent Park at 8pm in the first round of the Philly McGuinness Memorial Cup. The matches in this competition, which is a developmental tournament, will serve as a warm-up for the Connacht Under 20 Championship which throws in towards the end of June.


Round 1 Sligo v Leitrim 8pm Wednesday, May 22nd at Kent Park, Sligo

Round 2 Longford v Leitrim 7pm Tuesday, May 28th at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, Longford

Round 3 Leitrim v Fermanagh 1pm Saturday, June 1st Venue TBC

Match Day Panel Leitrim v Sligo

Foireann Peile Faoi 20  Liatroma 
Ainm(Béarla) Club
1 Yann Le Guen Achadh an Mhuilinn
2 Evan Harkin Maothail
3 Fintan Earley Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
4 Shaun Chandler Gaeil Liatroma
5 Sea Harkin Maothail
6 Liam Rowley Maothail
7 Paul Keaney Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
8 Aaron Hoare Achadh na Síleann
9 Ciaran Cullen Achadh na Síleann
10 Jack Barnes Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
11 Riordan O Rourke Naomh Caillin Fiodhnach
12 Mark Diffley Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
13 Tom Prior Sean Uí Eislin Béal an Átha Móir
14 David O Connell Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
15 Diarmuid Kellegher Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
16 Ruairi Sheridn Gleann an Chairthe Cluainin
17 Peter Prior Droim Óir Bhéalaigh
18 Cathal McHugh Sean Uí Eislin Béal an Átha Móir
19 Mark Keegan Naomh Caillin Fiodhnach
20 Conor O Dwyer Naomh Caillin Fiodhnach
21 Dylan Maguire Droim Óir Bhéalaigh
22 Colin Moran Gaeil na hAilne
23 Oisin Bohan Noamh Muire Cill Tochairt
24 James Clancy Naomh Pádraig Droim Dá Thiar
25 Jordan Reynolds Maothail
26 Sean Reynolds Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
27 Oisín McLoughlin Naomh Caillin Fiodhnach
28 Jack Gilheaney Naomh Caillin Fiodhnach
Bainisteoir Joe Cox
Roghnóirí Michael Moyles
Anthony Conway
Ronan O Rourke

The 2019 Electric Ireland Connacht Minor Championship throws in tomorrow evening, Friday at Páirc Seán Uí Eislin, Ballinamore, as Leitrim take on Mayo in the first round of the round robin series which throws in at 7.30pm.

Best wishes to all concerned.

The following is the Leitrim Team (1-15) to start and complete panel for the championship:

Foireann Peile Mionúr Liatroma v Maigh Eo
Ainm(Béarla) Club
1 Conor Flood Gaeil na hAilne
2 Ryan Gallagher Droim Caorthainn
3 Senan Harte Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
4 Kieran Clancy Gaeil na Meilge
5 Cian Singleton Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
6 Eoin McLoughlin Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
7 James Honeyman Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
8 Ashley Maziya Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
9 Radek Oberwan Gaeil na hAilne
10 Fergal McLoughlin Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
11 Jack Hughes Eanach Dubh
12 Darragh Fallon Droim Caorthainn
13 James Clinton Naomh Pádraig Droim Dá Thiar
14 Shane Mallon Barr na Cúile
15 Barry McWeeney Cill Tiobraid
16 Aaron Moran Achadh Easa
17 Conor Quinn Maothail
18 Donal Duignan Maothail
19 Eoghan Shanley Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
20 Oisín Curley Gaeil Liatroma
21 Niall Gallagher Achadh na Síleann
22 Shane O Brien Achadh Easa
23 Adrian Shortt Achadh Easa
24 Aiden Keegan Gaeil na Meilge
25 Caolán McDermott Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
26 Gavin Reynolds Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
27 Hugh Clancy Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
28 Jack Faulkner Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
29 James Murphy Maothail
30 Seán Mark Lynch Carraig Álainn
31 Shane Rynn Gaeil Liatroma
32 Shane Smith
Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
Bainisteoir Joe Honeyman
Roghnóirí Damien McWeeney
Stephen McGurrin
Declan Bohan

The Electric Ireland Connacht Minor Football Championship commences on Friday night next, May 17th, as our lads take on Mayo in Round 1 at Páirc Seán Uí Eislín, Ballinamore. The team has been preparing diligently for this year’s campaign over the past couple of months and we wish them the very best of luck in the competition which is played on a round robin format.

At the conclusion of the league series, the top team qualifies automatically for the Connacht Minor Final, while those in the second and third places play a Connacht Minor Semi-Final. Teams in fourth and fifth places play in the Connacht Minor B Final.

Leitrim’s fixtures are as follows:

Friday, May 17th 7.30pm  Leitrim v Mayo in Páirc Seán Ui Eislín, Ballinamore.

Friday, May 31st 7.30pm Roscommon v Leitrim in Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon.

Friday, June 14th 7.30pm Leitrim v Sligo in Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada.

Friday, 21st June 7.30pm Galway v Leitrim in Tuam Stadium

Wednesday, June 26th Connacht Semi-Final

Friday, July 5th Connacht A and B Finals

Best wishes to the young Leitrim players and their mentors in this year’s competition and we look forward to your support.

The Leitrim team to play Roscommon on Sunday next at Dr. Hyde Park in the Connacht Championship Quarter Final is as outlined below.

Connacht Championship debuts are handed to Fergal McTague, Conor Reynolds, Pearce Dolan and Evan Sweeney.

Supporters are reminded to pre-purchase tickets for Sunday’s eagerly awaited clash at selected Supervalu and Centra outlets as this will save you €5. All ticket details are located here

Ainm(Béarla) Club
1 Cathal McCrann Gortleitreach
2 Micheal McWeeney (C) Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
3 Fergal McTague Achadh an Mhuilinn
4 Conor Reynolds Eanach Dubh
5 Raymond Mulvey Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
6 Paddy Maguire Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
7 Sean McWeeney Achadh na Síleann
8 Mark Plunkett Achadh an Mhuilinn
9 Shane Moran Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
10 Domhnaill Flynn Maothail
11 Pearce Dolan Achadh an Mhuilinn
12 Shane Quinn Maothail
13 Evan Sweeney Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
14 Ryan O Rourke Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
15 Jack Heslin Gortleitreach


The Leitrim Team to play Roscommon in Sunday’s Connacht Championship Quarter Final will be announced here at 1pm today.

The Connacht Championship Quarter Final, Leitrim v Roscommon, takes place in Hyde Park on Sunday 12th May, throw in 3.30pm.

Tickets for this game are available from all the usual outlets.

Tickets purchased prior to the Sunday are priced as follows:

Standing  €20,  

Sideline Seated and Stand Seated €25

Juveniles €5

Students & OAP’s – Rebate of €5 will be paid to OAP’s & Students, (with current ID cards), at Designated Refund booths(Athlone Road & Golf Links Road)

Group Tickets – €30 (10 x juvenile & 1 Adult) Groups: Entry at Turnstile #8. All children must be accompanied by Group Leader(s). Please contact Connacht GAA for further details. 

If you purchase your ticket on match day it will have an additional €5 added to the price.

Leitrim GAA office will be open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening from 5pm to 8pm for anyone who wishes to purchase their tickets in advance of the game.

Full Ticket Information, including detailed information on advance purchase discounts, is located here

On last Saturday night at the Leitrim Supporters Club Draw, Cox’s Steakhouse, Dromod unveiled their sponsorship of this year’s Leitrim Under 20 Team, which will soon be in action in this year’s competitions. The Leitrim lads will compete in the Philly McGuinness Memorial Cup and later in the Connacht Under 20 Championship. We are delighted to be associated with the business and their sponsorship of the Leitrim GAA is much appreciated. Cox’s Steakhouse is also the main sponsor of the annual Leitrim GAA Supporters Club Draw. We thank Adrian Cox, Eugene Cox and all associated with the Dromod based hospitality business and look forward to a successful partnership on and off the field in the season ahead.

Terence Boyle, Cathaoirleach and Attracta O Reilly, Rúnaí, are pictured with Adrian and Eugene Cox of Cox’s Steakhouse, Dromod

Now that the dust has settled on our magnificent 2019 Allianz League campaign, we must acknowledge a number of items. Firstly we thank our players and management for the efforts they have made on our behalf all spring in bringing a pep to the step of all associated with Leitrim GAA. Marooned in Division 4 since relegation in the Spring of 2008, it seemed at times that the interminable wait to advance up the league would painfully continue forever. However, the signs of something positive that could germinate sooner rather than later occurred during last Summer’s championship season with heartening displays, a never say die attitude and memorable days in Gaelic Park, and versus Louth and Monaghan in the Qualifiers.

This year’s campaign has brought joy and honour to our county. A brilliant league campaign that included many late but nonetheless deserved victories has concluded with the much-coveted prize of promotion to Division 3 for 2020 and a chance to test our developing young team against stronger opposition. While the result of the league final didn’t go our way, the performance of our players was magnificent on Saturday last. They gave it their all and left everything on the hallowed ground of Croke Park in pursuit of victory and for that nobody could possibly ask for more. We heartily congratulate Derry who were deserving victors on the day. We salute the efforts of Terry Hyland and his management team for getting the players to this stage in their first year at the helm as we look forward to the Connacht Championship next month in hope, a chance for continued development and further progress.

We wish to thank all media outlets, online, local and national print, local and national radio and TV, whose coverage of this journey was unparallelled in our recent history and gave a great lift to the efforts of all involved. Many thanks for your coverage which is greatly appreciated by all and painted our county and Leitrim GAA in a most positive light.

Last, and by certainly no means least we must acknowledge the magnificent support for the lads on Saturday last. Our support base has been steadily growing all season but Saturday last exceeded all expectations. The colour and noise that our supporters brought to HQ was the talk of the weekend and while it’s not that often Leitrim teams get the opportunity to play in a national final in Croke Park, our supporters were magnificent and if the players left their all on the field of play, they will also be the first to acknowledge that they were lifted by the push they received from the stands. It’s not easy to fill Croke Park with supporters cheers but our supporters more than passed that test and were truly magnificent. Special word towards the hundreds who travelled overseas to be there also. Hats off to all involved from players, management, officials and supporters! A magnificent weekend and all that was missing at the end of it was the League trophy!



Leitrim Supporters attending Croke Park tomorrow are advised to read this very important information regarding bags that may or may not be allowed into the stadium. Please read as this is very important!!

In advance of visiting Croke Park, please note that large bags are not allowed and searches will take place. Please be aware of our safety procedures and plan accordingly. Read our full FAQ below…

Foireann Peile Sinsir   Liatroma 
In aghaidh: Doire Comórtas: Sraith Allianz
Páirc an Chrócaigh 30 Márta 2019
Ainm(Béarla) Club
1 Cathal McCrann Gortleitreach
2 Aidan Flynn Gaeil Liatroma
3 Micheal McWeeney (Captain) Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
4 Paddy Maguire Naomh Bríd – Baile Átha Cliath
5 Sean McWeeney Achadh na Síleann
6 Shane Quinn Maothail
7 Raymond Mulvey Naomh Muire Cill Tochairt
8 Mark Plunkett Achadh an Mhuilinn
9 Shane Moran Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
10 Dean McGovern Seán Ó hEislin, Béal an Átha Móir
11 Emlyn Mulligan Gaeil na Meilge
12 Domhnaill Flynn Maothail
13 Darragh Rooney Gaeil na Meilge
14 Evan Sweeney Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
15 Ryan O Rourke Naomh Caillin, Fíonach
16 Diarmuid McKiernan Gaeil na hAilne
17 Conor Reynolds Eanach Dubh
18 Gary Plunkett Achadh an Mhuilinn
19 Conor Cullen Achadh na Síleann
20 Oisín Madden Maothail
21 Pearce Dolan Achadh an Mhuilinn
22 Cillian McGloin Gaeil na Meilge
23 Damian Moran Barr na Cúile
24 Jack Heslin Gortleitreach
25 Niall Brady Gleann an Chairthe/Cluainín
26 Gary Reynolds Carraig Álainn

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Please note that next Saturday’s Allianz Football League Match with Derry will now throw in at 4pm in Celtic Park, Derry.