2015 Mayo Season Ticket

2015 Mayo Season Ticket

The 2015 Mayo Season Ticket Is Up For Renewal.

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The 2015 Mayo Season Ticket can be renewed from the 1st of October for existing season ticket holders for €85, an increase from €75 last year. At the moment the Mayo GAA Croke Park season ticket is sold out and is only open to renewals from existing Mayo season ticket holders. If the Mayo season ticket does become available for new applicants it can be purchased from the 1st of November at a base price of  €95 for adults.  Juvenile season tickets remain €10.

What’s included?

– All Mayo’s Allianz League matches plus all League semi-finals and finals or relegation play-offs.
– AIB GAA Club Championship All-Ireland Finals in Croke Park on St. Patrick’s Day.
– AIB GAA Club Junior and Intermediate All-Ireland Finals in selected code.
– Mayo’s opening Connacht Championship fixture.
– €5 off future ticket prices (execpt the Connacht final and All Ireland final, full ticket price applies)
– Further special offers for various GAA fixtures.

You will also get a small discount during the Championship – Pay per play starts after the Connacht Semi-Final.

We would recommend that, if you are a GAA Season Ticket holder, to organise yourself, your family and/or mates into the Seating Ticket Groups. You can add up to 10 tickets to the group which, in the long run, may help us rally the troops if and when we reach Croker. You can find information on group seating here. If you are on your own and want to join up with one of the groups made up of the good folk from Club ’51, then click here for information on joining a Mayo Club 51 group!

There is an interesting change in the 2015 Season Tickets T&C’s. Point No. 56 states;

GAA reserves the right to request identification to confirm the identity of the Season Ticket Holder.

Now we are not too sure what this means at the moment. Since the season ticket scheme began in 2009, your season ticket was always transferable. If you could not attend a match you could give your ticket to someone else to use. We will be in contact with the season ticket office to clarify this and will let you know in due course.

2015 NFL Div 1 League Fixtures

2015 NFL Div 1 League Fixtures

The 2015 NFL Div 1 League fixtures were announced last night.

Allianz league logoThe 2015 National Football League fixtures for division 1 were announced last night by Mayo GAA. Every Mayo GAA supporter has been depressed with the way the result went in the All Ireland semi final replay down in the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. I suppose the best thing we can do now is forget about the recent past and look forward to the future!

Mayo GAA announced the 2015 NFL Div 1 league fixtures last night on their website. It must be noted however that this is the “Provisional Fixtures List”. The Master fixtures list is usually published in December when all the dates, times and venues are confirmed for the following year (including replays!). Below are the Provisional div 1 fixtures list;

  • Round 1 – Sunday 1st of February 2015 – 2pm        Kerry v Mayo
  • Round 2 – Sunday 8th of February 2015 – 2pm       Mayo v Tyrone
  • Round 3 – Sunday 1st of March 2015 – 2pm            Mayo v Monaghan
  • Round 4 – Sunday 8th of March 2015 – TBC           Derry v Mayo
  • Round 5 – Saturday 14th of March 2015 – 7pm       Mayo v Dublin
  • Round 6 – Sunday 29th of March 2015 – 3pm        Cork v Mayo
  • Round 7 – Sunday 5th of April 2015 – 3pm              Mayo v Donegal

Mayo have 4 home games in 2015 against Tyrone, Monaghan, Dublin and Donegal. We will have 3 long road trips next year away to Kerry, Derry and Cork.

Here’s how the 2014 Div 1 League tables finished up;

 POS TEAM P W L D F A POINTS
1 CORK 7 5 1 1 142 124 11
2 DERRY 7 4 2 1 134 117 9
3 MAYO 7 4 2 1 148 133 9
4 DUBLIN 7 4 2 1 126 118 9
5 TYRONE 7 3 2 2 140 135 8
6 KERRY 7 3 4 0 123 112 6
7 KILDARE 7 2 5 0 137 143 4
8 WESTMEATH 7 0 7 0 87 155 0

We will have the full 2015 Fixtures list with all the dates, times and venues as soon as when the 2015 GAA master fixtures list is published.

Despite the heartache, I wouldn’t give it up for the world

Despite the heartache, I wouldn’t give it up for the world

Welcoming long-time Mayo GAA fan and one of the most dedicated supporters we’ve ever met, Clíona O’Gara from Charlestown to the Club ’51 hot seat. Cliona sums up below how most of us feel when it comes to following the team, through thick and thin, from winter to summer.

There are days when being a Mayo GAA fan seems like the ultimate punishment for something you thought you didn’t deserve. Those moments after an All-Ireland final defeat when you feel like you’ve done something horrendous in another life to feel such gut-wrenching pain and heartache. That horrible pain you get when looking around Croke Park at the opposition’s fans celebrating, and thinking “this can’t be happening again”. Facing that dreadful journey down the motorway, seeing car flags on the road ahead, meeting other MO reg cars at the toll and everyone giving a sympathetic smile to everyone else. Stopping in Supermac’s in Longford, meeting more grieving fans and dissecting every ounce of the game with a complete stranger. Getting home, torturing yourself by watching the Sunday Game and going to bed thinking of what could have been. 
 
But even though being a Mayo fan has carried heartache on the third Sunday in September, I wouldn’t give it up for the world. We have a lot more good days than bad. I love the feeling when waking up on a cold, January Sunday morning and heading for an FBD game in Ballyhaunis or Ballinlough dressed from head to toe in your winter woollies. You look around and spot the usual 20 people that you know you’re gonna see at the rest of the games in every part of the country. You soon forget about the previous year and what might have been, and focus on what might be, and the blood starts pumping for a new season. The league flies by and before we know it, were wearing short sleeves and anticipating the championship. There’s no feeling like going to a championship game. Hearing the roars of the fans, feeling the shivers run down your spine when the National Anthem is playing, seeing those fans that have come late and cursing them for standing in front of you, but most importantly being there. Being there to watch your team, your county, your lads that you feel like you know personally from following them on twitter to Croker. 
 
Yes, not every day is a good one being a Mayo GAA fan but the good ones are nothing short of great. No, we haven’t landed that ultimate prize,; no, we haven’t seen our boys walk the Hogan stand and lift that cup we desire so much, but we will. In the meantime, we continue to get behind the team that has given us so many hours of enjoyment and entertainment. Mayo are very close to landing that prize and there will be a time when that final whistle will go in Croke Park and we will be All Ireland Senior Champions. We will experience that feeling that I’m pretty sure compares with nothing else for a GAA fan. We will cheer down the motorway, we will forget about our chips in Longford so we can get to Castlebar as quickly as possible and most of all, the journey of heartache over the years will all be forgotten.We won’t hold any grudges.

2014 may just be that year. Maybe.

 

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Division 1 League Finals Free Entry

Division 1 League Finals Free Entry

 

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Season Ticket share-swap

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 Division 1 league finals between Dublin and Derry this Sunday in Croke Park. Newer season ticket holders might not be aware that your (Croke Park) season ticket allows you free entry to the finals this weekend. The deadline to complete this process is 1pm on Friday April 25th.

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Season Tickets Account Home Screen.

In order to avail of your tickets, you will need to request them first. Log in to your season ticket account and go to “Special Purchases”. You can request up to the number of tickets on your account. For example if you have 2 adult and 3 juvenile tickets on your account, you can request 5 free tickets. You can also change the juvenile to Adult (for the special purchase only) at no cost.         (Example screenshot below).

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special purchase

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If you do not want them yourself you can pass your tickets on to someone else. Instead of printing your ticket, you can save them as a pdf and attach them to an e-mail.

save or print season tickets

Save or print season tickets.

Mayo Club 51 Prediction League Week 8

Mayo Club 51 Prediction League Week 8

It was a disappointing day at Croke Park yesterday but we have to remember it is still only early April! We can now look forward and concentrate on the up coming Connacht Championship, with Mayo’s opening match against New York over in Gaelic Park, the Bronx NY.  With the semi finals after being played at the weekend, here’s how the Mayo Club 51 prediction league week 8 table looks like;

 

Mayo Club 51 Leaderboard — Start Week : 1
Your position:

 
Total Week 10 Week 9 Week 8 Week 7 Week 6 Week 5 Week 4 Week 3 Week 2 Week 1
1 Alan Duggan,Knockmore – Mayo 2091 25 274 335 0 231 260 293 25 295 353
2 Seamus Gallagher,Achill – Mayo 2051 25 306 370 0 230 270 318 0 235 297
3 Joe Gavin,Claremorris – Mayo 2033 0 348 349 0 205 294 306 24 242 265
4 Tony Fearon,Tir na nOg – Portadown – Armagh 2007 26 277 344 0 238 244 343 24 209 302
5 Derek Sage,Westport – Mayo 1998 27 272 330 0 231 277 303 23 209 326
6 James Griffin,Beale – Kerry 1996 0 329 289 0 254 285 312 25 217 285
7 Man Wisdom,Frankfurt Sarsfields – Europe 1930 26 305 315 0 171 265 300 24 263 261
8 Kenny Cook,Breaffy – Mayo 1884 26 269 326 0 273 290 250 29 190 231
9 Yew Tree,PILTOWN – Kilkenny 1876 0 269 305 0 208 247 286 23 231 307
10 Brian Lavelle,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1873 0 243 308 0 183 260 271 29 306 273
11 Mark McWalter,Balla – Mayo 1872 0 266 285 0 258 287 338 0 202 236
12 Michael Gribbon,St. Michael’s – Cork 1864 0 267 315 0 204 310 291 27 161 289
13 Micky Callaghan,Kilmovee Shamrocks – Mayo 1845 0 291 264 0 283 193 274 25 206 309
14 Mairtin Flannery,Ballycastle – Mayo 1842 0 267 289 0 240 268 252 28 192 306
15 Robert Bashford,Frankfurt Sarsfields – Europe 1817 21 270 331 0 175 290 292 0 250 188
16 Damien Regan,Aghamore – Mayo 1790 27 273 319 0 213 295 235 26 156 246
17 Mark Togher,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1786 11 231 289 40 206 152 216 0 281 360
18 Tom OConnor,Naomh Fionbarra – Dublin 1777 27 265 270 0 209 246 287 26 270 177
19 Paul Cunnane,Davitts – Mayo 1775 0 218 311 0 117 309 317 24 215 264
20 Neil Masterson,Burrishoole – Mayo 1773 0 240 282 0 238 284 317 23 134 255
21 Shay OConnor,Shannon Gaels – Roscommon 1722 0 272 291 0 176 202 293 26 204 258
22 Mike Kelly,Swinford – Mayo 1716 0 269 271 0 175 244 236 27 160 334
23 Douglas Kelly,Swinford – Mayo 1712 0 244 261 0 169 286 276 24 161 291
24 John Maloney,Swinford – Mayo 1704 27 331 209 0 172 312 245 0 177 231
25 Enda Coyne,Lahardane Mchales – Mayo 1703 0 244 289 0 181 287 273 0 252 177
26 Tommie McWalter,Balla – Mayo 1694 25 194 287 0 232 249 293 0 136 278
27 Shane Kilgallon,Mayo Gaels – Mayo 1692 0 306 145 0 177 244 344 0 225 251
28 Mary R,Ballinteer St Johns – Dublin 1657 25 301 221 0 222 254 201 0 246 187
29 Mayo Mick,Swinford – Mayo 1619 0 220 213 0 179 243 303 0 245 216
30 Alan Prendergast,Mayo Gaels – Mayo 1614 11 274 209 0 155 162 268 26 192 317
31 Enda McCallig,Robertstown – Kildare 1611 26 247 283 0 197 244 269 0 162 183
32 Emma McDonagh,Kiltane – Mayo 1599 27 270 234 0 278 209 222 0 113 246
33 Paul Egan,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1334 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 29 228 290
34 Matt Togher,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1331 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 26 223 295
35 Michael Cuddy,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1282 11 137 145 0 103 214 135 23 202 312
36 SeanOg Cafferkey,Achill – Mayo 1261 25 212 173 0 160 183 135 0 109 264
37 Aidan Conway,Achill – Mayo 1211 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 0 157 267
38 AnneMarie Flynn,Ardagh – Mayo 1195 25 137 145 0 202 166 269 0 104 147
39 John Halpin,Ballyhaunis – Mayo 1187 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 0 161 239
40 Niall Maheady,Killala – Mayo 1183 11 137 145 1 103 122 135 9 202 318
41 Sean McGinty,Achill – Mayo 1158 11 137 145 1 103 122 135 9 202 293
42 Brian McHale,Parke-Keelogues-Crimlin – Mayo 1133 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 0 141 205
43 Declan Gibbons,Castlebar Mitchels – Mayo 1126 11 137 145 1 103 122 135 9 202 261
44 Kevin Gallagher,Claremorris – Mayo 1097 11 137 145 0 103 122 135 26 202 216
45 Kieran Cawley,Crossmolina – Mayo 1075 11 137 145 0 103 122 269 0 108 180
46 Eoin Waldron,Claremorris – Mayo 1028 11 137 145 1 103 122 135 9 101 264
47 A K,Achill – Mayo 1028 11 137 145 1 103 122 135 9 101 264

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Sunday preview – Mayo’s experience to tell vs Derry

Sunday preview – Mayo’s experience to tell vs Derry

We made it. It’s semi final time. And both semis should serve up two tasty treats.

Cork having beaten Dublin already this season in Croke Park will be hoping to emulate the same result. But I’m sure the current league Champions will have something to say about that.Our big focus will throw in at 2, and after last weekend’s encounter I cannot wait. Derry come to the party with an impressive league campaign under their belt.  They have evolved this season, and some will say they have become more united since the departure of Eoin Bradley.  The younger brother of Paddy has opted to play soccer with Colerine FC for the spring.

Mayo DerryI watched Derry’s first league game against Tyrone on TV and they were very impressive; they drew, but were unfortunate in the end not to win having come from eight points down to draw level.  It was, of course their first Div 1 game in four years.  Monday mornings I usually chat to two male work colleagues and we review the weekend’s sporting events, casually of course! After the opening round of the league we discussed the games and I mentioned that I thought Derry were a team to watch this season (I still do), and one of the lads, dismissed me with a laugh. I haven’t spoken to him about the games since and no, not because I took the huff!

We’ve come to the business end of the season now. Derry proved a poor opposition for Mayo last weekend, but it was clever from Brian McIver. He knew they were through and figured Mayo were going to meet them again this weekend. So his starting 15 got a week off to prepare and got an up close look at Mayo for free.  They play passionately and very much as a unit.  They have a number of standout players on the team this year, Mark Lynch at centre forward continues to flourish, he scored 1-6 from play last weekend against Kildare, he’s hard marked and attacks right through the middle so it’ll be interesting to see how Donal Vaughan, who also likes to attack, will cope with that.  This season they look to operate with a two man full forward line consisting of 6 foot 4 Keelan O’Boyle, a UUJ student, and Emmet McGuckin, who scored a cracking goal in Castlebar, is small but good in the air and very powerful. How the Mayo defenders will cope with these two will be something to keep an eye on.

Last weekend James Horan gave Aidan O Shea and Jason Gibbons a rest day so a big performance will be needed from them to take on the might of Fergal Doherty and Patsy Bradley.  Mayo are the highest scorers in the league so far followed closely by Derry who are playing quite a similar type of football to James Horan’s men.  Their centre back adapts the same attacking role as Vaughan, so this may allow Keith Higgins and the Mayo half forward line some space to get scores.  They have relied on outscoring their opponents throughout the league so this one should keep the scoreboard operator busy.  Mayo will have to improve on their scoring as they are racking up quite a lot of wides this season, an area they will have to sharpen up in as they proceed towards the Connacht Championship and beyond.   Cillian O’Connor has slotted back into his role as chief free-taker after his break through injury, and top scorer of the league for the county, Kevin McLoughlin (1-24) will hope to continue on from where he left off against Dublin.

This one will be hard to call. It’ll be a cracker, full of scores and open honest football from both sides. Because of their experience at this stage, I think Mayo will edge this one.

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