County final win bridges 15-year gap

  Ballinrobe’s recent victory in the Mayo U12C Football Championship marked the club’s first ladies football county title since 2006. The team defeated MacHale Rovers from the Lahardane/Crossmolina area in a thrilling encounter at Ballyheane. Team captain Lola Tiernan was also named as player of the match. The ladies club has gone from strength to […]

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The late Martina (Tina) Conway, RIP

  Ballinrobe GAA Club extends sympathy to the family of Mrs Martina (Tina) Conway (nee Coleman), Convent Road, Ballinrobe, who has passed away. She was an intensely popular woman in the locality and her death has occasioned much sadness.   The Conway family have long been synonymous with Ballinrobe GAA Club. Martina’s husband Mick – […]

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Paddy Ward, RIP

  Ballinrobe GAA Club is saddened to learn of the death of Paddy Ward, a native of New Street, Ballinrobe, who played with distinction for the club at all underage levels in the 1970s and 1980s. Paddy, known far and wide in Mayo’s football community as ‘Skins’, was a driving force on the club teams […]

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Christy O’Haire – 25 years on, still sadly missed

Christy O’Haire (1939-1996) was a player, referee and administrator – the 25th anniversary of Christy’s death occurs next week (September 5th, 2021).  He was synonymous with the GAA in Ballinrobe and Mayo throughout his life. The O’Haire Memorial Cup for Mayo secondary colleges ensures his memory remains alive for all those who knew and loved […]

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Former Ballinrobe footballer bereaved

The club extends sympathy to former player, Michael Biggins, Swords, Co. Dublin, on the sudden death of his wife, Aideen. Michael, a native of Dringeen, played with the club during the 1970s, an era that culminated in our first Mayo Intermediate Championship title in 1979 and an appearance in the Mayo SFC semi-final in 1980. […]

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The late Tom Carney Snr

Tom Carney Snr, Churchview, Ballinrobe, who passed away peacefully in University College Hospital, Galway, today (Tuesday, May 25th), after an illness, made a huge contribution to Ballinrobe GAA Club in his own quiet, unobtrusive way. Without any fuss, Tom Snr (72) tended to numerous tasks at the club’s venue, Flanagan Park, in a powerful illustration […]

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Ballinrobe GAA Club Gear

Ballinrobe GAA Club Shop is now open.  This year we are procuring our gear from a number of sources, to avail of best price for our members, provide a greater choice of gear and support a local business. The providers of gear this year are our usual suppliers O’Neills, for adult and underage gear and […]

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Tracing our roll of honour

Ballinrobe GAA Club is making a big effort to update its roll of honour and has asked former and current players to help out. Wearers of the club’s colours have been invited to complete a short form detailing honours won while playing for the club, the local schools or at inter-county level. The form is […]

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Registration 2021

Ballinrobe GAA will use the new GAA online management system Foireann for all renewals and new registrations for the upcoming season. It is the first time that the GAA has brought all its associations under one umbrella, namely GAA, LGFA, Camogie and Handball associations. The vast majority of Ballinrobe Players and members will already have […]

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