by Admins | May 22, 2017 | Route '51
Our Route 51 Flag is on its travels again!
Our Route 51 flag is back on its world travels again! The flag’s last destination was at the World games in Abu Dhabi. The Route 51 flag has since made its way over to the O’Connors (no relation, we think, to Cillian & Diarmuid!) in Florida. Thanks to Jane, Peggy and Tim for taking part and for sending in these photos to us with the message below!
“Greetings to the entire Mayo Club 51 family from Tim, Jane and Peggy O’Connor as we proudly display the Mayo Club 51 flag on the beach in Venice Florida! Our sincere best wishes to everyone in Mayo over 4000+ miles away. Please cheer for us at the games and know always that we are bringing the colour and the noise all the way from Venice Florida!”
Jane, Peggy & Tim O’Connor flying the Route 51 flag at Venice Beach Florida. 07/05/17
Want to take part?
If you would like to take part in Route 51, all you need to do is get in touch with us and we’ll add you to the list and organise to get the flag to you. If you have family or friends in any part of the world, then let them know about Route 51.
See what other parts of the world the Route 51 flag has visited to date!
by Admins | Mar 21, 2017 | National Football League
NFL Rd 6 Tyrone v Mayo 26th March 3pm
Incredible as it may seem, we’re already into the closing stages of this years National Football League with the 6th round, Tyrone v Mayo taking place this Sunday 26th March at 3pm (live on TG4). We’re on the road again, up to Omagh this Sunday. (Don’t forget that the time changes on Saturday night, forward 1 hour to summertime!).
It’s been 3 years since we were last in Omagh, for the round 2 league match on the 9th of February 2014. The result that day didn’t go our way, losing out by 2 goals, 2-15 to 0-15 on the day. After the rocky road we’ve been travelling in recent weeks we badly need a win in Healy Park this Sunday, and we need plenty of travelling support and colour there too!
Healy Park Tyrone-map
Last time we were in Omagh, Club 51 had a meet up before the match in the Silverbirch Hotel in Omagh, and we’ll be doing the same again this time from 1pm. It’s a handy spot too for the cuppa tae after the long journey north, or if you fancy, a sandwich or even the spuds! Its only a short walk too out to Healy Park, on the same side of the road.
Hope to see lots of you there on the day and remember, if there was ever a time to let our lads know we are still behind them, now is it – so make yourselves seen and heard. You know the drill – bring the colour and bring the noise and hopefully we’ll have something to cheer about!
Safe travels to all and Maigh Eo Abú!
by Admins | Mar 25, 2016 | Connacht Championship, Mayo GAA, National Football League
While most Mayo eyes are firmly on Dr. Hyde Park for Sunday’s crunch showdown with Roscommon, the Championship is already in sight. This year, Mayo GAA travel to Ruislip, the ground of London GAA to kick off their Connacht Championship campaign on Sunday 29th May 2016.
London GAA ticketing arrangments
This year for the first time, the fixture will be all-ticket, and tickets have now just gone on sale. Only adult tickets are available online, and according to London GAA tickets for adults, OAPs and students will be available at Ruislip on the day. However demand is likely to be huge. If the crowd of Mayo supporters that travelled to New York in 2014 is anything to by, there’s likely to be a massive contingent crossing the Irish sea, and of course the occasion will be a huge draw for many of Irish diaspora across the UK.
So if you’re planning on heading over, we would strongly recommend that you book your tickets now. Tickets booked during the week and have already arrived in the post!
Cillian O’Connor converts against London in the 2013 Connacht Final in Elverys MacHale Park
Tickets can be bought in the UK from London GAA using the following link:https://londongaa.tickets.ie/.
If you have any questions please contact Mark Gottsche on 07872600074 or email email@example.com.
UPDATE 29th March:
Tickets are currently unavailable online, however we have been informed by Club London GAA that additional tickets will be going on sale online later this week. Tickets will be available from Ruislip from Monday 4th April.
Roscommon vs. Mayo this Sunday
In the meantime, Mayo have a do-or-die fixture this Sunday against Roscommon in Dr. Hyde Park in Round 6 of the Allianz National Football league. Throw-in is at the later time of 3.30pm. Lose, and it’s almost certain relegation to Division 2 for next year, and Roscommon under Fergal O’Donnell and Mayo’s own Kevin McStay have been blazing a trail through Division 1 this year, racking up scores left right and centre. They would be only too delighted to relegate this Mayo team who have been struggling in the League thus far.
Some practicalities – be aware that the Roscommon Easter Parade is taking place at 12.30 and traffic is likely to be heavy. Seating will also be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and the weather is not promised favourable, so if you want to get into the stand get on the road early.
While the arguments could be made that Mayo’s focus justifiably lies elsewhere, and that we have been playing catch-up after a delayed start and a plague of injuries, no-one one wants to see this team lose their status as the longest serving team in the top flight.
It’s the first time this year that the sixteenth man will be needed – we are going into a dogfight, against a well-supported, highly confident team on their home patch, so we as supporters will need to make ourselves count on Sunday. We can’t kick points, but we can let these lads who have given us so many incredible days out know that we are backing them all the way.
We are therefore appealing to every man, woman and child to make some noise and bring a flag on Sunday and let’s revive the famous “Mayo Roar”.
Bring the colour, bring the noise and let’s together get the job done. Maigh Eo Abú!
by bbash | Sep 5, 2015 | All Ireland Championship, Mayo GAA, The Fan's View
Pat Gorham from Belmullet has taken his skills to the other side of the world but when he cruises down the streets of Kuala Lumpur there is no doubt where he is from.
Check out his Aston Martin Rapide adorned in the Mayo colours as we await the throw in versus the Dubs.
It’s parked outside Healy Macs Pub in Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur and could be there for a few days if we win this evening.
Surely good enough for the Malaysian Grand Prix
by bbash | Sep 2, 2015 | All Ireland Championship, All Stars, GAA, Mayo GAA
David Brady has !
DB’s twitter course has paid dividends.
Vote here .
You can see all the moments here (Part 1) and here (Part 2) .
Part 2 now with new and improved James Horan highlights thanks to Nodlag O’Neill-Forde, you can’t keep a good man down.