Club member Liam Horan is compiling Club History Video Series on Facebook.

Here are the episodes to date – you don’t need to be a member of Facebook to view them, just click the link:

Imminent: The Ballinrobe v The Neale rivalry of the late 1970s, early 1980s. We’ve started flying a few kites for that already see HERE

Episode 8, South Mayo Junior Championship win, 1971 – guests Michael Coyne, Noel Galvin and Tommy O’Malley recall the historic year of 1971, when we won the South Mayo Junior title for the first time since 1958. Lots of good memories and newspaper reports on the three big games of that year against Kilmaine (South sem-final, Irishtown (South final) and Ardnaree Sarsfields (Mayo semi-final, where we came acropper)

Episode 7, Flanagan Park 2 – major developments – guests Michael Coyne, John Gilrane and Sean Murphy reflect on major developments at Flanagan Park since the 1970s. It’s about the venue, but it’s really about the people. Some of the pictures are obscured in the video, you can see them HERE 

Episode 6, the purchase of Flanagan Park – guests Michael Coyne, Billy Horan and Jim McHugh, all members of the original committee that purchased and developed Flanagan Park in the early 1960s. Plus current Pitch Officer David Walsh, who has some breaking news. 

Episode 5, 1979 Mayo Intermediate title – our first intermediate championship. Interviewees are Tommy O’Malley, Geoff Diskin, Denis Conroy and Padraic Costello. Some of the pictures are obscured in the video, you can see them HERE 

Episode 4, 1886 to 1969 – interview 4 with Michael Coyne + pictures

Episode 3, 1960s – interview 3 with Michael Coyne + pictures

Episode 2, 1950s – interview 2 with Michael Coyne, replete with pictorial records

Episode 1, 1950s – interview 1 with Michael Coyne


Watch social media for further details.

Liam is on the look-out for photographs and other memorabilia. And he is open to suggestions as to who he should interview as well as we set about joining the dots in the club history.

All photos from the full history series can be downloaded HERE

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