Breaffy men’s senior team ended their season on a high after being crowned Mayo Senior Football League Division 1A champions for 2017 with a 1-11 to 0-12 win over Knockmore on Sunday morning.
UPDATE: The winners of our All Ireland Final Ticket raffle were Chantel Reape, c/o Mace supermarket, Moneen Road and Chloe McDonnell, Woodfield, Kilkenny Cross. Congratulations to you both and we hope you enjoy the game.
Congratulations too to Mary O’Malley, Rocklands, Castlebar who was the winner of Elvery’s draw in aid of the David Gavin Search Fund. Thanks to everyone who entered and helped with the ongoing search for David.
You are all welcome to join us in Breaffy Clubhouse on Wednesday 13th of September to enjoy an evening of conversation, opinion, “banter” and prediction as we present:
Breaffy’s Up For The Match
Best of luck to Breaffy lads Conor Beirne and Mark Dervan and all the Mayo Minor team as they take on Galway in the League this Sat 25th March in Tuam at 3pm – and to Matthew Ruane and Dylan Cannon who represent us on the Mayo Under 21 team in the Connaught Championship Semi-Final v Galway at 5pm.
Best wishes to all involved.
Breaffy under 12s recently took part in an excellent tournament ran by Davitt College. Teams from Parke, Castlebar Mitchells and Ballintubber took part. The lads had a lovely day and played really well. Breaffy Team 1 and Team 3 got to the Shield Final with Team 3 winning . Breaffy Team 2 got to the Cup Final losing out to Castlebar Mitchells by a solitary point. Breaffy would like to thank Davitt College for their hospitality and for the great day which was enjoyed by all the young lads.
Breaffy under 14 squad and their Coaches had a great day on Saturday 4th March – they travelled to the GAA’s National Games Development Center in Abbotstown where they took part in a training session, afterwards they spent some time in the National Aquatic Center before heading to the Mayo v Dublin match in Croke Park.
Well done to the members of Breaffy GAA, Breaffy Ladies GAA and Breaffy Bord na Nog who attended a recent weekend workshop on the use of the AED defibrillator and CPR.
Breaffy House Resort played host to the annual Breaffy GAA and Community dinner dance on Saturday January 14th. The red carpet treatment was appreciated by the 150 strong crowd
Welcome to the Winter edition of the Breaffy GAA Newsletter.
It has been another very hectic year for us all at Breaffy GAA. We are, as ever, very grateful to the many dedicated volunteers who give so freely of their time, be it training and coordinating our many teams of all age groups, looking after pitch maintenance, helping in the clubhouse at various events, running card games, involvement in the huge task of club administration, selling Breaffy lotto, helping with the Breaffy 10k, getting our community up and out walking, fund raising, keeping on top of the finances and lots more – If you helped in any way at all this year, we sincerely thank you, we could not keep this busy club going without all your help. We would also like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support. We are also indebted to our Breaffy GAA supporters who come and enjoy all the football matches played throughout the year – thank you for being there to cheer our teams along and for being united in support of the blue and white.
Breaffy GAA Bord na nOg held their annual Christmas Raffle in Breaffy Clubhouse on 21st December 2016.
The following were the winning tickets:
- 1st Prize – A large Christmas Hamper sponsored by Mulroy’s Londis, Moneen