“An Evening with Ian Rush” – Claremorris AFC Fundraiser. For one night only, you can meet your hero and hear his story. On the 3rd of September 2016, in Claremorris Town Hall Theatre, Liverpool Legend Ian Rush will share his vast experiences throughout his professional football career, especially his time at one of the world’s most followed football clubs, Liverpool, where he still holds the club’s title of leading goalscorer. General Admission Tickets are only €20, but there are a limited number of ‘VIP – Personal Meet & Greet, Food & Photograph’ Tickets available at €45. So if you would like to reserve your VIP Meet & Greet tickets Text – 087-6430194 or email: email@example.com with your name and number. If you want to book your General Admission Tickets please contact the Town Hall Box Office 094-9310999 – Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity, to meet a living legend. Tickets are on sale now, so if you want to avoid disappointment please ensure you book early.
Congratulations to our 6 Claremorris AFC u11 players who represented Mayo v Sligo last Sunday in Milebush. Take a bow Dara Hurley, Dylan Gallagher, Paul Gilmore, John Finn, Matthew Morris & Niall Hurley.
The Mayo League U19’s Development League kicks off in just over a weeks time. All those interested in playing must be registered ASAP to be eligible for matches. If you are born 1997, or after, you are eligible to participate, provided you are over 16 yrs of age. A maximum of 3 “over age” players may participate in each match day squad.
There will be 8 teams in the league, 14 league matches and a cup competition. The first match will be at home to Kiltimagh Knock Utd on Thursday 5th May. All subsequent matches will be played on Thursdays.
The league will incorporate a break in fixtures between 20th May and 22nd June 2016 to allow for the leaving Cert Exams.
Stay tuned for details of Claremorris AFC U19’s next training session, if you want to play you will need to train !.
Disappointing result tonight away to Castlebar Celtic, but a superb performance that deserved more. Unfortunately reduced to 10 men after ten minutes of the first half or so when the ball struck Mark Reapy ‘s hand on our goal line resulting in a penalty and a red card. We created numerous goal chances throughout, more so than our opponents, but were thwarted by Ciaran Kelly between the Celtic sticks. Most encouraging was the cohesive nature of the team and the workmanlike determination in defence. All part of the learning process that will make us stronger with each experience. James Hughes had super debut performance in goal. Our goal was scored by Cathal Walsh following his initial header from a corner, he made sure on the rebound from Kelly’s save.
A superb lesson in finishing by Dean Roddy in the first half of this afternoons match set up a memorable win for Claremorris Junior team away to Erris. Dean struck four times within the first 45mins, leaving the half time score at 4-1.
In the second half, against a very strong wind, the team had to dig in to grind out a 6-4 victory, with further goals from Simon Butler (pen) andHubert Kowalski. Our first points in the Super League were well earned and deserved. Next up Westaro Cup action away to Castlebar Celtic.