Connacht Club Championship

We wish the Senior management and panel the best of luck as they travel west to meet Castlebar in the Connacht Club Championship. Our boys are well prepared and will not fear the Mayo boys. Castlebar star Barry Moran has a strong Mohill connection with both his parents Martin and Mae hailing from the town of Mohill. Martin has a senior Championship medal from 1971 and over the years has held many high places on our executive. One thing for sure there will be a big welcome for everyone in Castlebar on Saturday next.

Recent death

We extend our deepest sympathy to Ann Early and her sons Alan and Paul and her extended family on the death of her lovely mother Peggy Moran Drumshanbo during the week. 2017 was a bad year for Ann as she buried her husband Luke, our great supporter this year. May she experience happiness in 2018 and may Peggy rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh sí

League success

On Saturday last in dreadful weather conditions, we won the Dunnes Bar ACL Div 1 title for the third year running. Melvin Gaels were our opposition and they were no walkover, but Mohill brought the cup home and that’s what matters in the end. Well done to management and panel who continue to train at home and further afield.  St Mary’s pitch was in great condition but driving rain and swirling wind made scoring difficult for both sides. We wish Oisín Madden a speedy recovery from the back injury he picked up early in the first half. Hopefully, Oisín will be back for our meeting with Castlebar Mitchels on November 3 in Castlebar in the Connacht Club Championship.

League Final

On Saturday next in Pairc Seán we meet Melvin Gaels in the League Final at 4.15. The usual support will be appreciated.

Lough Rynn Castle

Our main Sponsor Lough Rynn Castle under the Management of Kieran Reidy, pulled out all stops on the weekend of the County Final with lavish food and beverages on Sunday and Monday for the Senior team and Management. We look forward to their continued support in the years ahead.


In the next few weeks, we will name and thank the businesses of the town who generously gave help and sponsorship in the period up to the final. Without their support, the club would not survive and everyone should make the effort to shop local.

The silent workers

Behind our great victory last Sunday week is a small body of officers and club members, who all year, keep the wheels of the club rolling, emailing, taking photos, collecting sponsorship, putting up bunting and flags, scrubbing jerseys, and a team of 11 ladies and gents who provided food following training for the players over the last few months. We also had volunteer medics available all year to supplement the professionals. Well done all.

Recent death

We extend deepest sympathy to Micheál Casey, Springfield, Mohill, a stalwart player in the fifties who’s sister Mamie Farrell died during the week. May she rest in Peace.

Senior Champions 2017

Well done to players and Management who reached great heights on Sunday last in Pairc Seán and brought home the Fenagh Cup once more. The game was one of the best in recent times and great credit must go to Padraic Davis and his management team of Pete McWade, James Murray, Gavin Tonera and Ian Higgins who got these boys to this level of fitness. We thank our faithful supporters who came out in droves. Commiserations to the Manor team who put up a great fight, very little separated the teams and the game could have swung either way thankfully we came out on the right side. There were great jubilations as the team with a police escort entered the town on the back of a lorry decorated by Reynolds’s Hardware. We thank everyone who donated sponsorship and will acknowledge everyone soon.

Junior B

The Juniors started the weekend off on a high note by capturing the Junior B Championship on Saturday in Kiltubrid. With ten minutes to go Mohill were five points down and Manorhamilton were cruising but our boys staged an amazing comeback to win by one. This was a mixture of old and young players. 118-year-oldTadhg Mulligan was man of the match and veteran Martin McDermott of unknown age was the captain.

County Final

The stage is set for the biggest day in Leitrim Club football and Mohill has the privilege of being part of this spectacle. You just don’t walk into a final without massive effort and our panel and management have put in months of training in sometimes difficult conditions to get where they are. The whole parish and surrounding clubs will be out in numbers to cheer you on and may the best team win and may that be us

Club Colours

The town is resplendent in the green and white and it’s still not late to put out your flag and bunting. The local businesses have been very generous with their help and donations and deserve your custom. All will be mentioned in the programme on Sunday.

Missing Supporters

So many of our faithful supporters passed away before their time this year, the list is too long to mention but their nearest and dearest will know who we mean. They will be sorely missed on Sunday next.  May they all rest in peace.

Junior B Final

On Sat next in Ballinamore, we meet Glencar Manor in the Junior B final so everyone can go there and support these young and not so young players. It will give people a chance to practice their cheering in preparation for the senior game the day after. Best of luck to players and management Shane Quinn and Domhnall Flynn

Under 17

These young men played the last game of the season on Saturday last when St Joseph’s beat them by one point in the Shield semi-final. We thank the panel and management of Matt Gaffey and John Baxter who put in endless time training. We say goodbye to Tadhg Doherty who now leaves us to play with his club Cloone. Tadhg has played his heart out for Mohill –as do all the Cloone and Eslin players- since he was Under 12 and has developed into a handy player who will be a great asset to Cloone. The team and scorers was S Moran, F Cassells, J McGuiness, J Murphy, J Bohan, C Quinn, N Keegan 0-1, S Bohan 0-1. P ONeill, J Boyle, M Tiernan, J Reynolds 2-6, T Doherty, N McNabola 0-1, N Lennon.

Minor girls win

At last our lovely ladies have got their hands on a trophy. The Under 18s achieved this in a nail-biting Shield Final against Keeldra Gaels on Sunday morning last in Kiltubrid. The score was 4-1 to 1-9 and nerves were frayed all through. The panel and scorers was: Michele Hackett, Evelyn Reynolds, Sinéad McNabola, Sarah Doyle, Niamh Beirne, Emma Quinn 1-0, Alannah McGuiness, Clodagh Mitchell, Rachael Stenson, Gemma Stenson 3-0. Subs used were, Chloe Mulligan, Laura Casey, Emily Harkin while the rest of the panel was, Bella Rowley, Sarah Murphy, Ellen McGuiness, Sophie Ferns and Geraldine Reynolds. The victory was a fitting reward for Simon and Siobhán McGuiness who keep training the girls through thick and thin.

Senior Championship

Thanks to the hard work of mentors and players over the last nine months the people of Mohill can now enjoy the build-up to the County Senior Final in two weeks time. St Mary’s were at their peak on Saturday last and only a point separated the sides at the end of a tough but sporting encounter. Glencar-Manorhamilton will be our opposition on October 8. Get out your flags and buntings now and light up the town.

Under 13

After a long year of disappointments and near misses, the Under 13s, at last, got their hands on silverware, when they beat Drumshanbo in the shield final in perfect conditions in Fenagh on Sunday morning. This was a brilliant game of football with all the skills on view and only a point separating the teams in the end. Luke Bohan pulled off some great saves in goal while Adam McGuiness, Daniel Scott, Michael Tiernan, Eoghan Duignan, Jack Rowley and Cathal Donoghue were heroic in defence. James Foy and the towering Conor Keegan played very well at centre field, Conor covered every inch of the pitch and saved many attacks on the goal, he also scored 1-3. The forwards worked tirelessly and took their scores well, Senan Curran, Thomas McNabola 1-0, Colin McNamara 0-1, Shane Duignan, Matthew Murphy our top scorer all year scored 1-10 and Michael McDonagh. Subs were, Aidan Mulligan, Diarmuid Casey, Brandon Logan, Liam Flynn, Shane Mulligan, Anthony Lubey, Harry Boyle and the two injured goalies Oskar Moj and Aaron McCrann. We thank Paul Murphy, Seamus Tiernan, Kevin Curran and John McGuiness for looking after the boys.

Mohill Sept 18


Senior Championship Semi

On Saturday next, Mohill play St Mary’s in the semi-final of the Championship in Pairc Seán at 5.30. Carrick players are always in tune at this stage of the competition so we need be on our toes. Support will be essential, so come out and encourage these young men and their mentors who have left no stone unturned in their preparations. We wish our great full-back, Alan Armstrong a speedy recovery from his hamstring injury, unfortunately he will be out of action for this season.


Under 17

Following their win on Saturday over Lough Rinn Gaels this age group will contest the Shield Final of the competition at a date to be arranged


Players Draw

The players held a very successful draw on Saturday last and here is the list of the winners. We thank all who bought lines and supported the draw      

2 All Ireland Football Final tickets: Barry Lupton, Mohill

Signed and Framed Dublin 2017 jersey: Ciaran Kennedy, Mohill

Signed and Framed Mayo 2017 jersey: Mark Duffy, c/o Bailie Foods

€200 One For All Voucher: David Shields, Cootehill, Co. Cavan

€100 One For All Voucher: Roisin Kennedy, Mohill

Big Hamper: Sean Mulvaney, HB Ice Cream

3 Month Gym Membership at PFP Longford: Bridget Maher

Signed and Framed Mohill jersey: Leanne McGrath

Gin Hamper: James Madden, Mohill

€50 Kilronan Spa Voucher: Joe Campbell

€50 Centra Voucher: Dermot Scollan

Afternoon Tea for Two at Lough Rynn Castle: Angela Mitchell

€25 Mick The Barber Voucher: Katie Gordon.


Recent Death

We extend deepest sympathy to the family of Eileen Gallagher who died last week. Eileen was aunt to Seamus Browne who is Maor Uisce for every team in the Club. May her gentle soul rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh sí.






Mohill Sept 11th

Senior Championship

Following the win over Drumreilly, Mohill now advances to the semi-final of the Senior Championship where St Mary’s will be the opposition the weekend after next. Drumreilly really put it up to us on Sat evening and great credit is due to this small parish, that year after year maintain their senior status. Our boys showed, courage and fitness in the last 20 mins and were worthy winners in the end.


Intermediate Championship

Our second string gave a sterling performance against Aughanasheelin’s first team on Sunday evening and was unlucky not to get a draw. They have had a wonderful Championship and we look forward to even better things from these talented young men in the years to come.


Under 13

Two of our Under 13 goalies have sustained broken hands in the last two games. Aaron McCrann injured his hand as he pulled off a great save against Allen Gaels last week and Oskar Moj broke his, last Friday in the game against Carrick. We wish both young keepers a speedy recovery. Thank God we have Luke Bohan to line out in goals for the team in their absence. The panel and scorers against Carrick was, O Moj, D Scott, J Foy, S Duignan,  A Luby, E Duignan,  C Donoghue, J Rowley 0-1, C Keegan 0-1, S Curran 0-2, T McNabola, M Murphy 0-3, C McNamara, S Mulligan, M McDonagh 0-1, H Boyle A Mulligan 0-1, L Flynn, L Bohan, M Tiernan, B Logan, A McGuinness, D Beirne.


Hospice Table Quiz

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who turned up on Friday night to support Katherine Lynch’s Fundraiser for the Irish Hospice Foundation. The Club organised the Quiz to help Katherine on her way. Thanks to all who donated money and spot prizes, our excellent quizmaster Sean Reynolds and Beirne’s Bar for hosting the night. A total of €1600 was made for the Hospice. Best of luck to Katherine and her friends on the Camino walk at the end of September.







Mohill Sept. 6th

Table Quiz

Don’t forget to support the Table Quiz on Friday next in Beirnes Bar at 9pm. Katherine Lynch is doing the Camino in aid of The Hospice at the end of September and the Club is running this quiz to help out Katherine. We look forward to a big turn out on the night for this good cause. The entrance fee is €10 per person, €40 per table. Please support.

Players Raffle

Please support the Monster Raffle the players are running for their training fund.  First prize is two All Ireland Football tickets and plenty of other great prizes.

Recent Death

Last week Don Gannon- wife of the late Jim- was laid to rest in Mohill. The Gannon family were always supportive of Mohill GAA and Jim was an officer of the County Board and the Club for many years. In 1962 he became a trustee of the park and remained so until his death in 1997. May her gentle soul rest in peace.

Senior Championship

The Group stages of the Senior Championship have been completed and we now play Drumreilly in the quarter final at Cloone on Saturday next at 6.30 pm. Support needed.

Intermediate Championship

Our second string drew with Cloone on Saturday last and that guaranteed them a place in the knock out stages of the Intermediate Championship. They play Aughnasheelin on Sunday next in Ballinamore at 5pm. Support for these boys appreciated.

Under 13

Allen Gaels got the better of our Under 13s on Saturday morning last the score was 2-13 to 3-7 and the team and scorers was.; O Moj, J Foy, C Donoghue, E Duignan, J Rowley, M Tiernan, T McNabola 1-7, C Keegan 1-2, C McNamara, M Murphy 0-4, S Curran, L Flynn 1-0, D Casey, A McGuinness. Subs, A McCrann, S Mulligan, M McDonagh, A Luby, L Bohan, A Mulligan, H Boyle.

Mohill August 30th

Katherine Lynch will do the Camino in aid of The Hospice at the end of September. Katherine has been generous with her time at our fundraising ventures this year and in appreciation, Mohill GAA are holding a Table Quiz in Beirne’s Bar on Friday week the 8th at 9pm sharp. We look forward to a big turn out on the night for this good cause. The entrance fee is €10 per person, €40 per table. Please support.

Senior Championship

Our Seniors sustained a dint in their armour on Sat last when Ballinamore outsmarted them in the Championship, next weekend they play Allen Gaels so hopefully they will get back on track then. The game is in Carrigallen on Sat at 5pm followed by the Intermediates game

Intermediate Championship

Glenfarne gave the points to us on Sunday last. Sad to see a proud Club so short of numbers. We hope things will improve for them

Junior Championship

These lads had a good win over Ballinagleara at the weekend so well done to them

Under 17

After a great win last weekend over St Joseph’s these young men came crashing to earth when they were comprehensively beaten by a strong Carrick side. Scorers were, Johnny Boyle 0-3 and Jordan Reynolds 1-3.

Under 13

This team also suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Manorhamilton in their new pitch. There is a game tonight Wed in Pairc Philib Mhic Aonghusa. Come out and support all these teams.

Mohill August 23rd

Under 17

In a very exciting high scoring on Monday last the Under 17s had a 3-15 to 2-11 victory  over St Joseph’s in the Championship. The scorers on the night were Jordan Reynolds 3-7, Johnny Boyle 0-3, Niall Keegan, Tadhg Doherty, Niall McNabola, Peter O Neill, Sean Bohan, Jordan McGuinness a point apiece

Under 13

What promised to be a tight game with Annaduff in the semi final of the Under 13 Championshp. turned out to be a one sided encounter, with Mohill comfortable winners in the end.The panel and scores was, S Moran, F Cassells, G Reynolds, N McNabola, B Donoghue, L Ellis, D Duignan, C Keegan 0-1, C Quinn, S Bohan 0-1, C White 0-3, A McCrann , K Curran, Conor Macklin 2-2, T McNabola.

Under 12 Blitz

Congratulations to Bord na nÓg on a very well run Festival Blitz. Eight teams took part in the day long event and the Mohill boys were worthy winners. All the team played well but Man of the Match in the final was Tiarnán Rowley visiting Mohill for the Show week end. His late father Cormac would have been very proud of this fine young athlete.


Undr 13s play Manor on Thursday in Manorhamilton. We play Ballinamore in Cloone on Saturday evening at 7pm in the Senior Championship, On Sunday morning the Intermediates and Juniors play Glenfarne and Ballinagleara respectively in Drumshanbo at 11 and 12.30 pm. Come and support.

Mohill August 16th  

All in all it was a good week for football in Mohill with Seniors, Intermediates, Under 15, Under 13 winning and Under 17s just beaten by a point. Seniors had to battle hard but dealt well with Gortletteragh’s strong defensive game. The very young intermediate side, six points down at half time came of age in the second half and Kiltubrid found it hard to deal with their speed and fitness.    

Under 15

Leitrim Gaels were the opposition and in a very fast game we won the laurels but with a cost, our star free taker Conor Mulligan broke his leg and will be out of football for a while.  The panel and scores was. S Moran, F Cassells, G Reynolds, N McNabola 0-1, B Donoghue, L Ellis, D Duignan 2-1, C Quinn 1-0, S Bohan, A McCrann 0-1, K Curran 0-3, C Mulligan 0-5, C Keegan, T McNabola 0-1, J Murphy.   


These lads played a great game against Annduff. It was a heroic display by both teams, fortunately the Mohill lads won in the end but it could have gone either way. The panel and scorers was: O Moj, S Duignan, D Scott, A McGuinness, E Duignan, J Rowley, M Tiernan , C Donoghue, J Foy 0-1, C Keegan 1-3, C McNamara, T McNabola 1-2, M Murphy 1-8, S Curran 0-1, C Donoghue, D Casey. Subs all used, A Mulligan, A McCrann, L Flynn, B Logan, A Lubey, L Bohan, H Boyle.

Under 17 Championship

This was another great game, but Melvin Gaels edged our boys out by 1 point. The team was: S Moran, F Cassells, J Murphy, N Keegan 0-2, J McGuiness 0-1, S Bohan, C Quinn, P ONeill 0-1, J Reynolds 0-9, J Boyle, M Tiernan 0-1, T Doherty, D McCrann, N Lennon, N McNabola 0-1,

Recent Wedding

Congrats to Sineád McLoughlin and Mark Bohan from Aughavas who got married on Friday last. The McLoughlins have taken an active part playing and supporting Mohill and Eslin over the years. We wish Sineád and Mark, health and happiness in their future life together

Agricultural Show

Everyone is asked to help out on Sunday for the local Show