The draws for the 2019 Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship and Smith Monumental Intermediate Football Championship take place later tonight at the Bush Hotel. The draws, which will be broadcast live on Shannonside Northernsound Radio, will air at around 8.15pm on Monday night’s Sportsbeat programme. club officials attending the draws are invited to be present at 8pm. the 2019 Championship draws are seeded as follows:

Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship

Seeded Draw for the 2019 Senior Football Championship (12 Teams)

Pot A   2018 Finalists (2 Teams)

Pot B   2018 Beaten Semi-Finalists (2 Teams)

Pot C   2018 Beaten Quarter Finalist (4 Teams)

Pot D   2018 Remaining 3 Teams plus Intermediate Championship Winners 2018 (4Teams)

Competitions to be run with two groups of 6 teams, top 4 teams in each group to contest quarterfinals etc as in 2018 (1 v 4, 2 v 3, 3 v 2, 4 v 1) and competitions to conclude with an open draw for semi-finals.

Teams in 5th and 6th places in each Group will play two relegation semifinals 5th v 6th across respective groups. Defeated semi-finalists relegated; semi-finalist winners play relegation final with the defeated team also relegated. Result: 3 teams will be relegated to IFC 2020.

Net Result: 10 Teams in SFC 2020 to be played in two groups of 5.

Smith Monumentals Intermediate Football Championship

Seeded Draw for the 2019 Intermediate Football Championship (12 Teams)

Pot A   2018 Beaten Finalist + Relegated 2018 SFC Team (2 Teams)

Pot B   2018 Beaten Semi-Finalists (2 Teams)

Pot C   2018 Beaten Quarter Finalist (4 Teams)

Pot D   2018 Remaining 3 Teams plus Junior A Championship Winners 2018 (4Teams)

Competitions to be run with two groups of 6 teams, top 4 teams in each group to contest quarterfinals etc as in 2018 (1 v 4, 2 v 3, 3 v 2, 4 v 1) and competitions to conclude with an open draw for semi-finals.

Teams in 5th and 6th places in each Group will be relegated to Junior A for the following year. Intermediate Championship Winners to be promoted to Senior and Junior A Football Championship Winners 2019 will not be promoted to Intermediate for 2020 only.

Fenagh Cup awarded to Leitrim SFC Winners

 

Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Fixtures 08-11 April 2019

All Games at 6.30pm unless otherwise stated

Boys Competitions, Monday, April 8th

Division 1

Mohill NS v Leitrim NS

Drumshanbo NS v Annaduff NS

Division 2

Drumcong NS v Drumlease NS

Ballinamore NS v Scoil Mhuire NS

Division 3

Kilnagross NS v Drumkeerin NS

Aughavas NS v Carrigallen NS

Division 4

Cloone NS v Bornacoola NS

Ardvarney  NS v Killennumery NS (6.15pm)

Division 5

Aughawillan NS  v Hunt NS

Aughnasheelin NS v SN Gaeilscoil Cluainín

Division 6

Drumeela NS v Drumlea NS

Leckaun NS v Largy NS (5.30pm)

Girls Competitions, Thursday, April 11th

Division 1

Ballinamore NS v Drumcong NS

Drumshanbo NS v Leitrim NS

Drumlease NS v Mohill NS

Division 2

SN GaeilScoil Liatroma v Scoil Mhuire NS

Gortletteragh NS v Annaduff NS

Fenagh NS v Carrigallen NS

Division 3

Aughavas NS v Cloone NS

Drumkeerin NS v Bornacoola NS

Division 4

Dowra NS V Aughnasheelin NS (7pm)

Glenfarne NS v Ardvarney NS (6pm)

Leitrim GAA Supporters Club Draw 2019 Results

1st Prize €5,000

Barry Kerr, Leitrim Gaels GAA Club.

2nd Prize  €2,000

Nicholas McWeeney, St Mary’s Kiltoghert GAA Club.

3rd Prize €1,000

Una Connolly, 7 Ravensdale Park, Dublin 12.

4th Prize €1,000

Declan Bohan, Bornacoola GAA Club.

5th Prize 2 Nights B & B + 1 Evening Meal for 2 at Hollyrood Hotel

Frank Reynolds Senior, Longford Road, Ballinalee. Co Longford.

6th Prize 2 Nights B&B for 2 at Lough Rynn Castle Hotel

Maurice Foley, New York.

7th Prize 2 All-Ireland Final Football Tickets

Patrick Feely, Larkfield Road, Manorhamilton.

8th Prize 2 All-Ireland Final Hurling Tickets

Diarmuid, Riona, Eimear, Senan, Megan, Aille, Síofra, c/o PJ Meehan Kiltubrid GAA

9th Prize €100

Rory O Connor, c/o Murtagh’s Bar, Ck-on-Shannon.

10th Prize €100

Phil McGowan, Kinlough, Melvin Gaels GAA.

11th Prize €100

Niamh Reynolds Delaney, c/o Bornacoola GAA Club.

12th Prize €100

Aiden and Aine McEvoy, Shercock, Co Cavan.

Bonus Prize Chocolate Hamper, worth €150, sponsored by Damien Gilheaney, Aughnasheelin and Butler’s Chocolate.

Catherine Williams, 22 Millbrook, Kinlough, Melvin Gaels GAA Club.

Appreciation

Leitrim GAA would like to congratulate all the winners and we thank all patrons who supported the draw by either buying or selling tickets over the past couple of months.

We wish to record our grateful appreciation to our sponsors, without whose assistance this venture would not be possible.

Main Sponsor – Cox’s Steakhouse, Dromod.

Other Sponsors  – Westlink Coaches, Drumshanbo; Kevin Quinn, Embassy Rooms, Sligo; ScanMe Ltd. Sheila Briody, Longford; Gerry O Rourke, Longford; Gerry Murray, Sligo; Rosebank Retail Park, Carrick-on-Shannon; Lough Rynn Castle Hotel; Hollyrood Hotel, Bundoran.

2019 Allianz Cumann na mBunscol activity is now fully up and running in all divisions and the following fixtures are scheduled for this evening at the various home venues around the county.

Thursday April 4th, 2019

All Games 6.30pm

Girls Division 1

Leitrim NS v Ballinamore NS

Drumcong NS v Mohill NS

Drumshanbo NS v Drumlease NS

Girls Division 2

Carrigallen NS v Scoil Mhuire NS, Carrick.

Gaeilscoil Liatroma SN v Gortletteragh NS

Annaduff NS v Fenagh NS

Girls Division 3

Bornacoola NS V Aughavas NS

Cloone NS v Drumkeerin NS

Girls Division 4

Aughnasheelin NS v Glenfarne NS

Ardvarney NS v Cornagee NS

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…

https://crokepark.ie/matchday/faq

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

Travelling to @CrokePark this Saturday to support Leitrim?
Here is all the important information you need to know in advance of this weekend’s
#AllianzLeagues Division Four Football Final by visiting crokepark.ie/matchday/faq

UPDATE 12pm Monday –

Please Note that it’s now RESERVED Seating in Croke Park

The following has been announced:

Adult Stand €25
Juvenile Stand €5  (NOTE: Cusack Stand only)
Students/Oap €15  (Concession on Cusack stand tickets at Block D with valid ID)


Our final  is confirmed for 3pm on Saturday as part of a double header with the Division 2 final.

 

Attached is a list of shops and venues in Leitrim and surrounding counties that will have tickets for the Allianz Division 4 Final from next Monday, March 25th.

Rúnaí Attracta O Reilly will also have tickets for anyone wishing to purchase them from the Leitrim GAA County Board. Text Attracta at 086-1708499 or email secretary.leitrim@gaa.ie if you wish to be placed on a list for tickets.

There will also have a two-hour open evening on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th next week from 5pm to 7pm in Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada for anyone who wishes to purchase tickets without previously having booked them.

 

 

Musgrave – 1549, SV, SUPERVALU, Manorhamilton Leitrim
Musgrave – 239, SV, Ballinamore – Donohoe Leitrim
Musgrave – 365, SV, Carrick-on-Shannon Leitrim
Musgrave – 1024, CT, Centra, Drumshambo Leitrim
Musgrave – 997, SV, Cavan – Tarpey Cavan
Musgrave -SV,Baileborough,415 Cavan
Musgrave – 809, CT, Mullagh Cavan
Musgrave-128,CN,Ballyjamesduff Cavan
Musgrave – 1373, SV, Virginia SV – McEvoy Cavan
Musgrave-1043,CT,Centra,Kingscourt Cavan
Musgrave-663,CT,Belturbet Cavan
Musgrave – 739, CT, Flcarragh Donegal
Musgrave – 536, CT, Carrigart Donegal
247 – Centra Letterkenny Donegal
Musgrave – CN1493, Centra, Centra Killybegs Donegal
Musgrave – CN1492, Centra, CN1492_Kilcar Donegal
Musgrave – 1297, SV, Bundoran Donegal
Musgrave – 1142, SV, Ballybofey Donegal
Musgrave – 1143, SV, Carndonagh Donegal
Musgrave – 1492, CT, Kilcar Donegal
Musgrave – 358, SV, Donegal – Kavanagh Donegal
Musgrave – 853, CT, Mountain Top, Letterkenny – Kelly Donegal
Musgrave – 1338, SV, Killybegs SV – Rooney Donegal
Musgrave – 1033, CT, Centra, Ballyshannon Donegal
Musgrave – 66, CT, Centra, Ardara Donegal
Musgrave – 364, SV, Supervalu, Dungloe Donegal
Musgrave – 992, SV, Supervalu, Buncrana Donegal
Musgrave – 03, ON, ONeills,Enniskillen Fermanagh
Musgrave – 076, SV, Moycullen Galway
Musgrave – 751, SV, Oranmore – Nestor Galway
Musgrave – 390, SV, Gort – Minihane Galway
Musgrave – 1261, SV, Claregalway Galway
Musgrave – 338, SV, Tuam Galway
Musgrave – 236, SV, Barna – Clarke Galway
Musgrave – 314, SV, Loughrea – Michael McInerney Galway
Musgrave – 456, SV, Portumna – O’Meara Galway
Musgrave – 756, SV, Ballybane – Nestor Galway
Musgrave – 401, SV, BALLINASLOE Galway
Musgrave- 1045 Clarinbridge CT Galway
Musgrave – 402, SV, Supervalu,Lackagh Galway
Musgrave – 602, CT, Centra, Carnmore Galway
Musgrave – 233, CT, Centra,Athenry Galway
Musgrave – 1423, CT, Centra, Craughwell Galway
Musgrave – 351, SV, Clifden Galway
Musgrave – 753, CT, Centra, Ballygar Galway
Musgrave – 1362, CT, Sligo Road Longford Longford
Musgrave – 246, CT, Centra, Drumlish Longford
Musgrave – 894, SV Ballina Mayo
Musgrave – 100, CT, Ballindine Mayo
Musgrave – 302, SV, Ballyhaunis Mayo
Musgrave – CN1498, Centra, CN1498 Kilkelly Mayo
Musgrave – 311, SV, Castlebar Mayo
Musgrave – 391, SV, Achill Mayo
Musgrave – 42, CT, Balla Mayo
Musgrave – 55, CT, Belmullet Mayo
Musgrave – 307, SV, Westport – Kavanagh – SV Mayo
Musgrave – 431, SV, Ballinrobe – Cummins Mayo
Musgrave – 37, SV, Westport Mayo
Musgrave – 249, CT, CROSSMOLINA Mayo
Musgrave – 413, CT, Centra, Newport Mayo
Musgrave – 512, CT, Centra, Castlebar Mayo
Musgrave – 352, SV, Supervalu, Claremorris Mayo
Musgrave – 452, SV, Supervalu, Kiltimagh Mayo
Musgrave – 419, SV, Supervalu, Boyle Roscommon
Musgrave – 1133, SV, Athlone Roscommon
Musgrave – 1153, SV, Ballaghadereen Roscommon
Musgrave – 394, SV, Roscommon Roscommon
Musgrave – 417, SV, Castlerea Roscommon
Musgrave – 419, SV, Boyle Roscommon
Musgrave – 828, CT, Roscommon – Casey Roscommon
Musgrave – 395, SV, Tubbercurry – Surlis Sligo
Musgrave – 601, CT, Magheraboy – Cosgrove Sligo
Musgrave – 1337, SV, Supervalu, Grange Sligo
Musgrave – CN1227, Centra, CN1227 Enniscrone Sligo
Musgrave – 844, CT, Collooney Sligo
Musgrave – 057, CT, Centra Sligo
Musgrave – 278, SV, Supervalu, Ballymote Sligo

The work has commenced on the first stage of the Leitrim Wall at the Centre of Excellence in Annaduff and work has been ongoing over the past eight days. At the very outset, Martin Baxter of Brackley Landscaping took charge of the contract and over the past number of days things have begun to move in a very positive direction with the foundation laying and associated groundworks. We are delighted to have advanced the project to this stage and in thanking the many who have contributed to this fundraising effort since it was launched in New York last May and closer to home over the Summer months, we continue to appeal to all who may have an interest in getting involved in this initiative that now is the time!!

If you wish to have your name remembered forever as having contributed to the development of the Leitrim GAA Centre of Excellence at Annaduff and the development of Gaelic games in the County, please contact any of the following.People who have received brochures can return to any committee member or directly to the Centre office at Annaduff. People can also register online.

The following are contacts covering each club area:

Mohill: Stephen Flynn

Gortletteragh: Thomas Keenan

Bornacoola: Kevin Mallon

Annaduff: Eugene Cox,

St Mary’s: Sean McGoldrick

Leitrim Gaels: Sean McGoldrick, Bernie Goldrick

Kiltubrid: Eoin Meehan

Allen Gaels: Fergal McPartland

Drumkeerin: Seamus Gallagher

Glencar Manor: Pat Feely

Glenfarne/Kilty: Pat Feeley

Melvin Gaels: Pat Feeley & Colin Regan

Ballinaglera: John Mulvey & Enda Gilrane

Aughnasheelin: Terrence Boyle

Sean O’Heslin’s: Paddy O’Connor

Aughawillan: Martin McCartin

Drumreilly: Martin McCartin

Carrigallen: Orla Sheridan

Aughavas: Ray McBrien

Eslin: Enda Stenson

Dromahair: Hughie Clinton

Fenagh: Noeleen Geoghegan

Cloone: Enda Tiernan, Gerry McGovern

 

 

 

One Connacht title for Leitrim in this year’s Connacht Scór Sinsir Finals last Sunday in Balla. Aughnasheelin took home the only title in the Ballad Group

The first Leitrim performance to take to the stage was St Marys in the figure dance. The ladies gave a fabulous performance but St Dominic’s in Roscommon danced through to the All-Ireland.

In Solo Singing Michael Burke of Ballinderreen, Galway won the Connacht title seeing off Leitrim’s Sinead Egan of Aughnasheelin.

Achill of Mayo took the Instrumental Music in a very talented and diverse music competition, winning over Leitrim’s 5 St Mary’s ladies team who received great rapture from the audience but unfortunately not the judges choice and Achill retained the win for Mayo for a second year.

Recitation was a very entertaining competition and Mick Rock of Elphin, Roscommon, was declared the winner. Credit to St Mary’s Kathy Butler and her witty piece representing Leitrim so well.

Leiriu winner was Elphin of Roscommon, Leitrim had no entry in this competition.

Aughnasheelin made a welcome comeback in Set Dance. Despite a steady solid performance it went once again to Aughamore of Mayo.

The All-Ireland Finals will be held in The Royal Theatre, Traveller’s Friend hotel, Castlebar, Co Mayo on Saturday, April 13th at 3pm. Please note it is a ticket only event, tickets are priced at €20 (adult) €10 (u16). Please note tickets are non-refundable once any order is placed. They can be ordered through your club officer or county board officials. All orders must be placed by MARCH 27TH.

Wishing Aughnasheelin and all of the Connacht winners the best of luck.

2019 Connacht Scór Winners

Rince Foirne: St Dominics, Roscommon

Amhranaíocht Aonair: Michael Burke, Ballinderreen Galway

Ceol Uirlise: Achill, Mayo

Aithriseoireacht: Mick Rock, Elphin Roscommon

Bailéad Ghrúpa: Aughnasheelan, Leitrim

Léiriú: Elphin, Roscommon

Rince Seit: Aughamore, Mayo

Question Time: Mayo

Cormac MacGill Shield – Roscommon

The 2019 Edition of the Annual Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Liatroma Fixtures has been circulated to the various schools participating.

Starting dates are as follows:

Boys Division 1 Monday, March 25th

Boys Division 2 Monday, March 25th

Boys Division 3 Monday, March 25th

Boys Division 4 Monday, March 25th

Boys Division 5 Monday, March 25th

Boys Divison 6 Monday, March 25th

Girls Division 1 Thursday, March 21st

Girls Division 2 Thursday, March 21st

Girls Division 3 Thursday, April 4th

Girls Division 4 Thursday, April 4th

The Complete Fixture Booklet is located here 2019 Cumann na mBunscol Fixtures

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