The late Mary O’Haire

  It is with deep regret that Ballinrobe GAA Club acknowledges the passing of Mrs Mary O’Haire (nee Canny), Mountain View, Rathkelly, Ballinrobe, who was a staunch club member and supporter for many years. A native of Headford, Co. Galway, Mary, a nurse by profession, became actively involved in our club when she married local […]

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Last Man Standing – rules and how to enter

  Can you pick the winner of the next Premier league games and can you get further than most? Win €500!! €10 to enter. Starting this Saturday 13th August. Enter by Thursday night, 11th August. Contact Paul on 086 224 8078 WhatsApp to enter. Scroll down to see the rules of the competition. Last Man […]

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The late Joe Lowry

Ballinrobe GAA Club has paid tribute to Joe Lowry, who passed away in Cleveland, USA, on Thursday June 30. Aged 85, Joe was a native of The Farm, Ballinrobe, and a distinguished footballer with Ballinrobe and Mayo before he emigrated to the USA in 1956. A substitute on the Mayo team which won the All-Ireland […]

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Memorial Mass for Kieran Cawley

A memorial Mass for popular Ballinrobe native Kieran Cawley took place in Partry Church on Saturday last. The Mass coincided with the second anniversary of Kieran’s death and was followed by interment of his remains in Ballyovey Graveyard. Kieran died in Philadelphia during Covid-19, and it was only now that his family and friends in […]

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Ladies team back in action

Ballinrobe LGFA is now fielding an adult ladies’ football team for the first time in many years and the side made a winning start on Sunday when beating Claremorris in the first round of Division Five of the Memorial League, at Flanagan Park, Ballinrobe. The final score was 0-11 to 1-6. Ballinrobe: D Horan; T […]

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The Late Billy Horan RIP

  Yesterday (15 February 2022) the locality of Ballinrobe learned of the sudden passing of Billy Horan.  Billy was much loved within the community and will be sorely missed. Billy Horan was born in Partry and was the eldest of 6. He was educated in St Jarlath’s College, Tuam, and UCG (now NUIG) and went […]

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Former Ballinrobe club secretary bereaved

  Well-known political figure Noel Treacy, Clough, Gurteen, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, who passed away this week, was a brother of Marian Treacy, secretary of Ballinrobe GAA Club for several years during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Marian, a member of the staff of the Bank of Ireland in Ballinrobe, was deeply involved in the […]

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