Firstly, we congratulate the Aughawillan team and Management on becoming champions once again
Both games at Avantcard Páirc Seán MacDiarmada were exciting affairs.
Congratulations to the neighbours Aughawillan on their great senior championship victory on Sunday & commiserations to Mohill
The county final season is in full swing...
"Midleton were sharp early on in the second half, they were penetrating us, but Seamie (Harnedy) got a ball underneath the stand and slapped it over the bar and set us up again."
Aughawillan came from four points down early in the second half to dethrone holders Mohill in an exciting Fenagh Cup decider at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada.
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It's the biggest weekend of the year so far for county finals, with no fewer than 15 taking place across the weekend.
Emlyn Mulligan admits it will be difficult for Leitrim to motivate themselves after they were handed a difficult 2019 Connacht SFC draw.
The draws for the 2019 provincial football championships have taken place tonight, throwing up some intriguing battles for next summer.
The draws for the 2019 Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Hurling Championships have been made this afternoon by the CCCC.
Sunday's Leitrim senior and intermediate football championship finals will see 21 sets of brothers take to the field for the two games, while cousins will be in opposition to one another!
Success is not guaranteed is the statement being drilled into the younger Mohill players this week.
The draws for next year's All-Ireland senior football and hurling championships will take place tonight from 8.30pm.
Ballinamore Three-in-a-row to be honoured at County Final.
We will be holding our annual Church Gate collection this weekend at all there churches.
Ballygunner pulled off the Waterford SHC five in a row this weekend but Cuala and Thurles Sarsfields saw their winning runs come to an end...
On Sunday afternoon Mohill will meet Aughawillan in the Senior Championship Final
"I think that's an unfair question today, 20 minutes after losing here with Cuala which is a team that's very close to my heart."
The dust has barely settled on the 2018 inter-county season and already thoughts are turning to next year.
It's another bumper weekend on the club scene with eight county finals taking place tomorrow.
Mohill manager Sean Kennedy stressed that there is no point in celebrating anything yet as they have nothing won, despite an impressive win over Glencar/Manorhamilton in last weekend's semi-final.
There is a new Official Guinness World Record for 'Largest Hurling Lesson' following last Sunday's event at Croke Park.
The GAA's Standing Committee on the Playing Rules has issued a list of proposed experimental rule changes for Gaelic Football.
The Cathal Clancy and Mamie Reilly tournament is scheduled for this Sunday 7th.
Special thank to our neighbours Aughawillian on inviting us to their blitz last Saturday.
The 2018 Leitrim SFC final has thrown up a 'clash of the champions'.
Mohill Senior Championship The seniors will contest the championship final with Aughawillan on Sunday October 14. M
Diarmuid Connolly's return to the St Vincent's colours was one of the highlights of the weekend...
It's that time of the year again.
Sometimes it is worthwhile being a small county and certainly for Leitrim GAA clubs, this is the occasion.
IFC Relegation Final will take place in Cloone on Sunday 30th September at 10.30am against Mohill. Please come out and support the team.
A huge congratulations to our St Felim's minor ladies who put on one of the best team performances of 2018
JP McManus has made an incredible gesture to the GAA by donating €100,000 to every county board in Ireland.
A lovely gesture - Miltown-Castlemaine formed a guard of honour for Kerry stalwart Donnchadh Walsh who has hung up his inter-county boots...
"The word is they have to meet in the coming week or two and sit down and agree a process going forward. So, it's early doors yet but I suppose our concentration today was trying to get Cuala over the line."
Our seniors will play great rivals Manorhamilton on Saturday evening next at 5pm in Pairc Seán in the Senior Semi-Final and support is vital at this stage of the competition.
New Leitrim manager Terry Hyland has named a backroom team packed with experience for his first year in charge of the Connacht men.