Gaelic Football playing rule changes
Tips on making your Club winter ready
Keeping your Club safe on-line
Confirmed dates for the 2020 Games Development Conference
Child safe-guarding information
National Club Draw details
GAA Club Development Fund details
and a lot more…
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Saturday 17th August, 6:30PM
Breaffy returned to Mayo GAA Senior League action with a hard-fought draw against Westport in Breaffy on Saturday evening. Many of Mayo’s county stars returned to their club’s line-ups on the evening following their exploits with the County team during the summer. Fionn McDonagh lined out at centre forward for Westport, while Rob Hennelly manned the goal for Breaffy, alongside a midfield pairing of Seamus O’Shea and Matthew Ruane. Read more
GAA – WHERE WE ALL BELONG
You may be aware that an tUachtarán, John Horan, recently confirmed that for the first time the GAA will be officially represented at this year’s Pride Parade on the 29th June 2019, as part of the Dublin Pride Festival.
100 places are available to GAA club members and supporters. Non LGBT + members are of course welcome to participate and show their solidarity for the GAA’s LGBT + community.
If any of our members wish to participate in the GAA section of the parade please contact email@example.com and they will subsequently contact you with the various arrangements.
We’re less than two weeks away from the John West Féile Peile na nÓg 2019, taking place all over Connacht on the weekend of Friday 28th to Sunday 30th of June.
We are delighted to entering our under 14 boys team who will be competing in Division 4, group B alongside Clonguish Og, St Marys and Kildimo/Pallaskenry. On Friday the 28th our lads travell to Kent Park in Sligo to take on Clonguish Og and St Marys, while on the following day we play host to Kildimo/Pallaskenry in Breaffy with thrown in at 10.45am. Depending on the results of Friday/Saturday team will be playing afternoon game in either Claremorris or Ballyhaunis as per below fixtures. Read more
Saturday 20th April, 7PM
Breaffy fought back from behind to snatch a dramatic late draw against Claremorris on Saturday night. The home side lead throughout the tie before a last-gasp Tommy O’Reilly goal levelled the scores to earn Breaffy their second draw of this season’s League. O’Reilly broke through at the death and his scuffed shot somehow found its way to goal following some goalmouth pinball. This was to be the last action of the game, with the referee immediately blowing for full-time before the hosts had an opportunity to restart.
Saturday 13th April, 6PM
Breaffy made a winning start to their 2019 Mayo Senior Championship campaign with victory over a stubborn Davitts side in Ballindine on Saturday evening. A strong second half display from the visitors was ultimately enough to see off the challenge of their South Mayo hosts on a scoreline of 1-10 to 7 points.
Saturday 6th April, 6.30
It was Breaffy who claimed the bragging rights after overcoming parish rivals Castlebar Mitchels by 9 points in a sun soaked Breaffy on Saturday evening. Breaffy were without the injured Seamie O’Shea and James Minogue, while Castlebar left county panelists Donal Vaughan and the Durcan brothers in reserve. The game was end to end for the most part with a total of 33 scores.
The latest Connacht GAA Newsletter for March 2019 has been released. It can be downloaded and read in full from the following link.
Covered in this month’s edition are details on the launches of both the Celtic Challenge and Táin League, details of the usage of the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan, and a full fixture list for this season’s Connacht Senior Football Championship. Read more
You can now play the Breaffy GAA Lotto online! Click here to access our lotto page where by simply selecting your four numbers between 1-36, you could be in with a chance of scooping the jackpot. If there is no jackpot winner, the jackpot is increased and carried forward to the following week’s draw. Read more
Breaffy GAA’s Health and Wellbeing continue to provide our community with a variety of experiences to encourage healthy living in both our physical and mental health. We recently held a very successful Recipes for Success – this is a unique healthy eating/ nutritional initiative designed to respond to an identified need in GAA clubs for practical programmes supporting healthy eating for GAA players and members.