Updated – All Ireland SFC Final 2017 Ticket Draw

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. Read more

breaffy gaa up forthe match

Breaffy GAA Presents Up For The Match

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

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Mayo Minor and Mayo Under 21s 2017

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.

All Ireland SFC Final Replay 2016 Ticket Draw

Breaffy GAA are having a draw for this year’s All Ireland SFC Final Replay 2016 between Mayo and Dublin on October the 1st with 2 All Ireland SFC Final tickets on offer. The draw will take place at 9pm on Thursday 29th September in Breaffy Clubhouse and the cost of entry is €5. The winner will win 2 Free Terrace Tickets to the match. Please note that funds raised will be used to ensure that we can pay the additional charge for ticket bumper packs to the Mayo GAA County Board which will ensure that as many Breaffy Club members get to the game as possible. Read more

Aidan O’Shea: Mayo must make it count when ahead

Mayo’s failure to land the All-Ireland in recent years is down to their inability to make their dominance really count on the scoreboard, according to star player Aidan O’Shea.
A new year brings in a clean slate for those harbouring ambitions on lifting the Sam Maguire cup come September. Mayo, despite near misses in recent seasons, will again believe that they can bring home the big prize. Read more