102.9 CRcfm ‘Up For The Match’ takes place this Thursday evening ahead of Castlebar Mitchels All-Ireland final against St Vincents of Dublin.
Joining us on the night will be members of the 1994 All-Ireland final Mitchels team, including team captain Tom Reilly.
Edwin McGreal from the Mayo News & Michael Gallagher from the Western People will be previewing the game.
Special guests on the night are Mayo, Donegal and Mitchel’s legend Martin Carney as well as former Dublin and club All-Ireland winning manager with Kilmacud Crokes, Tommy Lyons.
Musical entertainment will be provided by Gerry Carney and guests.
Come along and join Mike Kelly & Noel Byrne in An Sportlann between 8pm and 9:30 pm on Thursday night for a great nights entertainment in honour of the Mitchels team. There will also be in studio discussion between 9:30 and 10.
As you probably already know, being a season ticket holder has many advantages. It allows you free entry into any league match (code specific) Season tickets also allow you free entry into the All Ireland Club Finals between Castlebar Mitchel’s and St Vincent’s on St Patrick’s Day. Mayo Club 51 are putting the call out to all season ticket holders if you are not using your tickets for the final, to help out Castlebar Mitchel’s supporters. First of all you will need to log-in to your season ticket account and go to “Special Purchases” to request your (free) tickets.
Season Tickets Account Home Screen.
You can order tickets up to the amount on your account. If you have 2 Adult and 3 Juvenile, then you can order 5 tickets. You can also change Juvenile to Adult tickets ( for special purchases only). Sections available are Cusack Stand Lower Tier – section 310, 311 & 312.
When purchased your tickets will be available in your “Tickets” section in your account. You will not need to print your tickets, you can save and download them to your desktop.
Save or print season tickets.
Contact form attachment upload.
You can use the Contact Form here on the website to forward on the pdf tickets, and we will send them on to the Castlebar Mitchel’s club representative. We would encourage anyone that can, to go to Croke Park on St Patrick’s day and give your support & cheer on the lads. If you can’t attend the match then please make use of your free season tickets and send them on to us, thanks a million!
This weekend the All Ireland Club Semi Finals will take place. Mayo’s Castlebar Mitchels will take on Dr Crokes of Kerry in the first of the All Ireland Club semi Final. This match takes place tomorrow in O’Moore Park Portlaoise, with throw in at 3pm. The match will be televised live on TG4. For anyone not able to watch the match live, I’m sure @Maigheoforsam will be tweeting live score updates at the match.
For anyone interested in travelling to the match by train, Irishrail.ie are offering special offers. Train departing Westport at 09.45, Castlebar at 09.56 , Claremorris at 10.20 and arriving in Portlaoise at 13.22. Return leaving Portlaoise at 18.25. The cost of this trip is €30 for adults and €15 for children. Click here for full details. If you are not able to attend the match, Mid West Radio will be broadcasting live from O’Moore Park from just before 3pm. Listen live from anywhere in the world.
In the second semi final, St Vincent’s of Dublin take on Ballinderry Shamrocks of Derry. This match takes place in Páirc Esler Newry. Throw in is at 5pm and this match is also being shown live on TG4. Willie Joe from MayoGAABlog.com will be at this match and I’m sure he will be doing live updates on his twitter feed.
Pictured above this week in Croke Park ahead of this weekends All Ireland Senior Club Semi Finals are; Eamon Fennell, St. Vincent’s; Eoin Brosnan, Dr. Croke’s; Ciarán Naughton, Castlebar Mitchel’s and Kevin Mc Guckin Ballinderry.
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Preview of Castlebar Mitchels v Dr. Crokes by Mike Kelly on Grapevine Sport on CRCfm 102.9.
This Sunday Kiltane GAA representing their Parish, Mayo and the West, take on Truagh Gaels of Monaghan in the All Ireland Intermediate Club Final in Croke Park at 4 pm. Everyone here at Mayo Club 51 wish Kiltane GAA players, management and supporters the very best of luck in the final on Sunday. Its a pity that the club final is clashing with the league match between Tyrone and Mayo, which throws in at 2 pm in Omagh. Every Mayo supporter that’s in Omagh will no dought be following proceedings in Croke Park very closely!
For any Kiltane GAA supporters travelling to Croke Park on Sunday, make sure to bring yourseason tickets with you, as these will entitle you to free entry to the Club Finals. If you know of any season ticket holders not going to either match on Sunday, you can borrow theirseason tickets and use them to gain free entry.
(Season ticket e-mail confirmation this morning)
Your season ticket card is also valid for this Sunday’s Junior and Intermediate Club finals which take place at Croke Park. Again, you simply need to present your season ticket card(s) at the designated turnstiles to gain admittance. Please note that these fixtures operate unreserved seating in the Cusack Stand. Entry is via the Cusack stand turnstiles only.
As was announced here in a post before Christmas, the date and venue has been confirmed for the All Ireland club intermediate semi final. Mayo & Connacht club intermediate champions Kiltane GAA take on Corks Clyda Rovers on Sunday January 26th at 2pm in Ballinasloe, Co Galway. (Final to be played February 9th). There will be a bus travelling to Ballinasloe for the match and seats are selling fast! Seats must be booked before Thursday 23rd January, so book your seat early to avoid disappointment.
Kiltane v Clyda
Everyone here at Mayo Club 51 wish Kiltane GAA the very best of luck in the semi final and we would urge allMayo supporters to get to Ballinasloe on Sunday 26th and cheer the lads on to victory.
The Dates for the All Ireland Senior & Intermediate club semi finals have been confirmed by Croke Park yesterday. Connacht club champions Castlebar Mitchels from Mayo will take on Munster champions Dr Crokes from Killarney in County Kerry, on February 15th next, (Final March 17th). Mayo Intermediate champions Kiltane will take on Clyde Rovers from Cork in the Intermediate semi finals on Sunday January 26th, (Final February 9th). Both Mayo teams are tipped as favourites to win their match’s! Venues & times, which have yet to be decided for both match’s, will be announced next month. It is thought the most likely venues will either be Cusack Park in Ennis or the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.
Everyone in Club ’51 wish both Castlebar Mitchels and Kiltane the very best of luck in the semi finals and hope to see them both reach the All Ireland Club Finals next year.
Edit:Kiltane will face Cork and Munster Champions Clyda Rovers in Ballinasloe on Sunday January 26th at 2pm.