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Swinford GAA Weekly News

50/50 Draw

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This weeks draw was held in Julians Midfield and Mattie Carroll c/o Deirdre Carroll of Tullinacurra, Swinford won €609. Thanks to all our supporters.
Envelopes are available in most business premises and online through www.swinfordgaa.ie where tickets can be purchased in bundles of 10/25/52 weeks. Next draw is in the Whitehouse on the 31st May. Draw envelopes are now also available at 3 for €5.

Topaz Cash for Clubs

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The Topaz cash for clubs scheme is running again from the 16th May to August 7th. We were very successful in the draw in 2015.

Please collect your tokens when you purchase fuel at any Topaz station. The club number is 2853.

Siamsa Seipeil 2016

Tommy Fleming

Siamsa Seipeil 2016 are very happy to announce that Our Lady Help of Christians Church will host from Aclare,County Sligo Tommy Fleming on Friday 29th July.
Tickets priced at €30 can be bought from www.tommyfleming.net and www.swinfordgaa.ie and in the real world in the Gateway Hotel, Melletts Newsagents and O’Connells pharmacy.

Senior League Division 1C

We were beaten on a scoreline of Parke Keelogues Crimlin 0-13 Swinford 1-8 on Saturday evening in Parke. Full match report available on swinfordgaa.ie.

Senior League Div 1E

We enjoyed a very good win at home to Ballycroy on Sunday morning by 2-10 to 0-9. Match report available on swinfordgaa.ie

Mayo GAA Draw 2016

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Swinford GAA Club are launching their club draw for 2016.  The annual subscription remains at €150.  The club draw is again structured this year to ensure each subscriber is getting value for their money and you will be entitled to the following for your €150 investment in the club;

  1. Club Membership – €20
  2. Entry to Senior Team home League games – €30
  3. County Board ticket – €100, which has a prize fund of over €50,000 and
  4. An entitlement to purchase an All-Ireland Senior Football final ticket should Mayo reach the final in 2016.

The officers of the club have decided to restrict the numbers in the draw this year to 120 people in order to limit the ticket demands placed on it should Mayo reach the All Ireland final in 2016.

Please contact any club officer as soon as  possible if you are interested in purchasing a ticket as we expect to sell the allocation within a couple of weeks.

Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

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May 26th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Swinford v Parke Keelogues Crimlin at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 28th 6pm

Under 8 Go Games

Aghamore v Swinford in Aghamore

May 30th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League

Swinford v Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin

1st June 8pm

East Mayo Canon Henry Cup

Swinford v Ballyhaunis at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

4th June 11am

Under 10 Go Games

Swinford v Balla at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

4th June 7pm

Senior League Div 1C

Swinford v Tourmakeady at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

5th June 12pm

Senior League Div 1E

Eastern Gaels v Swinford in Brickens

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

 

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Senior League Division 1E Swinford v Ballycroy

On a morning when the weather did not know what it wanted to do our second team went out and shone brightly at Robert McCallion Memorial Park.

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Ballycroy took the lead with the first point of the game but we soon took control and Jason McLoughlin got us going with two fine points. Both scores coming from good work by DarrenCampbell linking up with Jason who did the necessary thing and put the ball over the black spot.

A nasty injury ended Peter Quinns game and he was replaced by Joshua Smith. This change did not unsettle the team and soon the good work between Darren Campbell and Jason McLoughlin continued with assistance from Caoimghin McLoughlin and the ball was in the back of the net. Two more points followed from JP Broderick and Darren Campbell got on the board midway through the half we led by 1-4 to 0-1.

Ballycroy didn’t come for the scenery and picked off two frees to narrow the deficit. A punched point by Caoimghin McLoughlin and another point from Darren Campbell soon had the lead back to six before Ballycroy got the last score of the half to leave it Swinford 1-6 Ballycroy 0-4.

Management made a few changes at the break to keep everyone on their toes and Kevin McDonagh and Enda Heaney entered the fray. Ballycroy started off the better and got a great long range point quickly followed by two more to put only two between the teams.

That was as close as it was to get and we took complete control again. First JP Broderick got his second point of the game and Pearse Rowley who came on as a sub knocked one over before JP added his second.

Then with a brillant finish Kevin McDonagh netted our second goal to kill the game. A High ball in by Enda Heaney assisted by good work by Pearse Rowley under it fell to Kevin McDonagh who delicately chipped the advancing goalkeeper to put is 2-9 to 0-7 ahead.

Ballycroy scored two frees which were seperated by a Enda Heaney free to finish the game Swinford 2-10 Ballycroy 0-9.

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It continues a very good start to the league and we now sit on four wins from five games. With a good blend of youth and experience the team are enjoying their football and it is showing on the field. The top of the table is very tight and it will require this form to continue to be challenging at the end of the season.

Swinford: Damien Geraghty, Aiden McLoughlin, Paul McDonagh, Paul McNicholas, Andrew Lenihan, Peter Quinn, Kevin Barry, Darragh McIntyre, Barry Brennan, Darren Campbell, Gerry Callaghan, Jason McLoughlin, Caoimghin McLoughlin, Michael Prendergast, JP Broderick. Subs Joshua Smith, Kevin McDonagh, Enda Heaney, Pearse Rowley, Aaron Kinsella, Gavin Moore.

Scorers: Jason McLoughlin 1-2, Kevin McDonagh 1-0, JP Broderick 0-3 Darren Campbell 0-2, Caoimghin McLoughlin Pearse Rowley Enda Heaney 0-1

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Div 1C Parke Keelogues Crimlin v Swinford

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While most of the county and province were watching FA Cup finals and Pro12 semi finals a small bunch of supporters took themselves to Parke to watch Round 4 of the Mayo Senior League Division 1C where they witnessed a tight action packed game.

Before the game began Swinford stallwart Terry Maughan had to empty the goalmouth of a swimming pool of rain. Well done Terry but I would have expected the home club to have the pitch playable.

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Parke started the game well but could not take the points and opened with two wides. This was a feature of the game in all with sixteen wides. We found our footing and struck with well taken points by Kevin McDonagh and Enda Heaney. Parke got off the mark with a point from a dead ball before Mark Forkan never gave the ball up and scored a lovely point. Another free and a score from play had the teams level.

A long ball into the Parke goalmouth should have been easily dealt with by the goalkeeper but he misjudged the ball and Darren Campbell scored a simple goal. This was followed by a free from jack McDonnell and we were four ahead. Parke missed three on the go before scoing with a free and another point to leave it a two point game.

We then showed that we could miss as well with three wides before Kevin McDonagh scored to leave us on 1-5. Before the break Parke got one back between another few wides.

Playing with the wind we were two up at the break, thanked to bad shooting by the home team and a fortuitous goal.

The second half nearly started off brillantly when Darren Campbell cut in from the left and with let off a beautiful shot destined for the top corner but for the goalkeeper to finger tip it off the crossbar.

Parke soon had it a one point game before Jack McDonnell cracked the crossbar and the follow up shot from Eoin Gallagher to go right across the small area.

There was a lengthy stoppage due to an injury to a Parke player and this time was to be crucial in the end.

We could easily have been out of sight but the game was evenly balanced. Darren Campbell won a free and Jack McDonnell may easy work of it but from there Parke took control and scored the next four points to put them ahead 0-11 to 1-6.

The game was petering out and into injury time when firstly John Carney scored a lovely point and then his brother Jason came up and got a better one. The game was level and well into four minutes of added time.

Unfortunately that was not the end and Parke cracked over two late points to win by 0-13 to 1-8.

It was a much better performance then last week but a lot of the same failings still showed. A lot of encouragment to be taken from the game and the management should be able to work on the team work in the coming weeks to iron out the problems.  A long season still ahead of us and all in our own hands.

Players and managment give up all their free time for the Swinford jersey and they derserve all the credit for that. It is now time for the town to get behind them. GAA is not just about the Mayo team and the pursuit of Sam Maguire it is based on the parish, the club, our own people. I hope to see a lot more supporters at our next few games…home and away.

Swinford: Damien Geraghty, Kevin Barry, Joe Kelly, Alan McLoughlin, Jason Carney, Sean Brady, James Lavin, Mark Forkan, Fergal Harte, John Carney, Liam Moran, Kevin McDonagh, Jack McDonnell, Enda Heaney, Darren Campbell. Subs Eoin Gallagher, Paul McNicholas, Kevin Doyle, Darragh McIntyre.

Scorers: Darren Campbell 1-0, Jack McDonnell, Kevin McDonagh 0-2, Enda Heaney, Mark Forkan, John Carney, Jason Carney 0-1

 

All views expressed above are those personal to the writer.

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Club Meeting

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All members are asked to attend club meeting on Friday 20th May at 7pm in the Gateway Hotel. A very important matter requires to be discussed for the future development of the club.

50/50 Draw

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This weeks draw was held in Franks Place, Killasser and Margaret Mary Gallagher of Oldcastle, Meelick won €627. Thanks to all our supporters.
Envelopes are available in most business premises and online through www.swinfordgaa.ie where tickets can be purchased in bundles of 10/25/52 weeks. Next draw is in Julians, Midfield on the 24th May. Draw envelopes are now also available at 3 for €5.

Egan Jewellers Intermediate Championship

It was a very poor start to the 2016 Intermediate Championship campaign last Sunday in Gilmartin Park,Kiltimagh. The team were comprehensively beaten by the home side on a scoreline of Kiltimagh 3-14 Swinford 0-9. Next up in Championship in a few weeks time is a home game against Tourmakeady.

We are out in a league game this coming Saturday at 7pm away to Parke Keelogues Crimlin.

Senior League Division 1E

The team enjoyed a one point win away to Hollymount Carramore last Sunday by 1-10 to 1-9 to keep up a good start to the league. Next game is a home one against Ballycroy on Sunday at 11am at Robert McCallion Memorial Park.

Mayo Senior League 2016 – Group 1E

Team Pld Won Draw Lost For Against Diff Points
Ballina Stephenites 5 5 0 0 119 41 78 10
Garrymore 5 5 0 0 103 30 73 10
Bohola Moy Davitts 4 4 0 0 69 44 25 8
Swinford 4 3 0 1 57 46 11 6
Kilmovee Shamrocks 5 2 1 2 66 91 -25 5
Westport GAA 4 2 0 2 68 52 16 4
Aghamore Gaa 4 2 0 2 42 61 -19 4
Eastern Gaels 5 1 1 3 44 54 -10 3
Ballycroy 5 1 0 4 48 58 -10 2
Claremorris 5 0 1 4 57 86 -29 1
Hollymount-Carramore 5 0 1 4 50 101 -51 1
Tuar Mhic �adaigh 3 0 0 3 28 87 -59 0

 

Under 14 League Division 3

After being narrowly beaten by Aghamore in the Feile final on Bank Holiday Monday the team did very well to comprehensively beat Aghamore last week in this league game at Robert McCallion Memorial Park. The final score was Swinford 4-12 Aghamore 1-5. This was the first defeat inflicted on the visitors in the league.

We now face a tough game away to Hollymount Carramore on Thursday evening.

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Team Pld Won Draw Lost For Against Diff Points
Hollymount-Carramore 6 6 0 0 177 89 88 12
Aghamore Gaa 7 6 0 1 149 123 26 12
The Neale 6 4 0 2 151 90 61 8
Burrishoole 6 4 0 2 150 101 49 8
Swinford 6 3 1 2 145 121 24 7
Naomh Padraig 7 2 1 4 187 184 3 5
Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin 6 2 0 4 131 154 -23 4
Bonniconlon 6 0 0 6 55 151 -96 0
Crossmolina Deel Rovers 6 0 0 6 97 229 -132 0

 

Siamsa Seipeil 2016

Tommy Fleming

Siamsa Seipeil 2016 are very happy to announce that Our Lady Help of Christians Church will host from Aclare,County Sligo Tommy Fleming.
Tommy has toured both home and worldwide for the past 20 years to packed audiences and started his career off in Swinford where he spent summers busking at Siamsa Sraide and playing in many of the pubs as he set out on the road to success.
In 2004 he played the Basilica in Knock to over 5000 people, a show that has been seen by many millions worldwide on television and through DVD sales.
Following in the footsteps of Frankie Gavin, Sharon Shannon, Paul Brady and Phil Coulter Tommy will play Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Friday 29th July for what should be a fantastic night of entertainment. Tommy and his band will play songs from his many albums spanning his career in a night that is not to be missed.
Tickets priced at €30 can be bought from www.tommyfleming.net and www.swinfordgaa.ie

Topaz Cash for Clubs 2016

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The Topaz cash for clubs scheme is running again from the 16th May to August 7th. We were very successful in the draw in 2015.

Please collect your tokens when you purchase fuel at any Topaz station. The club number is 2853.

Mayo GAA Draw 2016

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Swinford GAA Club are launching their club draw for 2016.  The annual subscription remains at €150.  The club draw is again structured this year to ensure each subscriber is getting value for their money and you will be entitled to the following for your €150 investment in the club;

  1. Club Membership – €20
  2. Entry to Senior Team home League games – €30
  3. County Board ticket – €100, which has a prize fund of over €50,000 and
  4. An entitlement to purchase an All-Ireland Senior Football final ticket should Mayo reach the final in 2016.

The officers of the club have decided to restrict the numbers in the draw this year to 120 people in order to limit the ticket demands placed on it should Mayo reach the All Ireland final in 2016.

Please contact any club officer as soon as  possible if you are interested in purchasing a ticket as we expect to sell the allocation within a couple of weeks.

Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

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May 19th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Hollymount Carramore v Swinford in Carramore

May 21st 11am

Under 10 Go Games

Aghamore v Swinford in Aghamore
May 21st 7pm
Senior League Div 1C
Parke v Swinford in Parke

May 22nd 11am
Senior League Div 1E
Swinford v Ballycroy at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 26th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Swinford v Parke Keelogues Crimlin at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 28th 6pm

East Mayo Junior Championship

Bohola Moy Davitts v Swinford in Foxford

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

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Swinford GAA Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

May 16th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

Under 12 Spring League K

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

May 19th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Hollymount Carramore v Swinford in Carramore

May 21st 11am

Under 10 Go Games

Aghamore v Swinford in Aghamore
May 21st 7pm
Senior League Div 1C
Parke v Swinford in Parke

May 22nd 11am

Senior League Div 1E

Swinford v Ballycroy at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

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50/50 Draw

This weeks draw was held in Bolands and Ellain McNulty of Dun na Ri, Swinford won €627. Thanks to all our supporters.
Envelopes are available in most business premises and online through www.swinfordgaa.ie where tickets can be purchased in bundles of 10/25/52 weeks. Next draw is in Franks Place, Killasser on the 17th May. Draw envelopes are now also available at 3 for €5.

Egan Jewellers Intermediate Championship

Round 1 of the Championship is this Sunday 15th May 2pm at Gilmartin Park, Kiltimagh. We have played Kiltimagh earlier this year in the Michael Walsh Intermediate League final and our hosts beat us that day by 0-10 to 0-6.

We have started off our Division 1C league with two wins and one loss while Kiltimagh have lost all three opening games in Division 1B.

It should be a tight game and all support will be needed in Kiltimagh.

The other two teams in our group Tourmakeady and Bohola Moy Davitts meet on Saturday evening in Foxford.

 

Tommy Fleming

Siamsa Seipeil 2016

Siamsa Seipeil 2016 are very happy to announce that Our Lady Help of Christians Church will host from Aclare,County Sligo Tommy Fleming.
Tommy has toured both home and worldwide for the past 20 years to packed audiences and started his career off in Swinford where he spent summers busking at Siamsa Sraide and playing in many of the pubs as he set out on the road to success.
In 2004 he played the Basilica in Knock to over 5000 people, a show that has been seen by many millions worldwide on television and through DVD sales.
Following in the footsteps of Frankie Gavin, Sharon Shannon, Paul Brady and Phil Coulter Tommy will play Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Friday 29th July for what should be a fantastic night of entertainment. Tommy and his band will play songs from his many albums spanning his career in a night that is not to be missed.
Tickets priced at €30 can be bought from www.tommyfleming.net and www.swinfordgaa.ie

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Mayo GAA Draw 2016

Swinford GAA Club are launching their club draw for 2016.  The annual subscription remains at €150.  The club draw is again structured this year to ensure each subscriber is getting value for their money and you will be entitled to the following for your €150 investment in the club;

  1. Club Membership – €20
  2. Entry to Senior Team home League games – €30
  3. County Board ticket – €100, which has a prize fund of over €50,000 and
  4. An entitlement to purchase an All-Ireland Senior Football final ticket should Mayo reach the final in 2016.

The officers of the club have decided to restrict the numbers in the draw this year to 120 people in order to limit the ticket demands placed on it should Mayo reach the All Ireland final in 2016.

Please contact any club officer as soon as  possible if you are interested in purchasing a ticket as we expect to sell the allocation within a couple of weeks.

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Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

May 12th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Swinford v Aghamore at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 15th Time to be fixed

Senior League Division 1E

Hollymount-Carramore v Swinford in Hollymount

 

May 15th 2pm

Intermediate Championship

Kiltimagh v Swinford in Kiltimagh

 

May 16th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

Under 12 Spring League K

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

 

May 19th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Hollymount Carramore v Swinford in Carramore

May 21st 7pm

Senior League Div 1C

Parke v Swinford in Parke

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

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Swinford GAA Upcoming Fixtures week 9th May

Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

May 9th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Neale v Swinford in Cong

 

May 9th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

Under 12 Spring League K

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 12th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Swinford v Aghamore at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 15th 2pm

Intermediate Championship

Kiltimagh v Swinford in Kiltimagh

 

May 16th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

Under 12 Spring League K

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

 

May 19th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Hollymount Carramore v Swinford in Carramore

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

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Swinford v Cill Chomain

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On a wet and windy Saturday evening at Robert McCallion Memorial Park we played our third league game with hopes of maintaining our 100% start to the season, especially going into the first round of the Intermediate Championship next week.

Unfortunately on a very poor performance we are left to ponder the many errors and mistakes and how to get it all right in eight days.

In a first half that we completely dominated but only went in at the break with a three point lead, 0-4 to 0-1. We used the ball very well and our defence was on top but our scoring boots were somewhere else. We put four wides on the statistic board before Cill Chomain opened the scoring after 8 minutes. It took another five minutes for Jack McDonnell to get our opening score but this was followed by a few more wides.

After 24 minutes it was only a point apiece before John Carney kicked a lovely point from about 40 out. This was soon followed by a fisted point from Mark Forkan after the ball came back off the upright from a James Devaney shot. Liam Moran quickly scored our fourth point and we led by three but before the break we had nother two wides.

At this stage we were well on top, though having played with the wind, but not reflected on the scoreboard.

The second half was a different story and nothing went to plan, far  too many misplaced passes and taking far too long to make decisions and move the ball up the field. Yet we were still in the game as Cill Chomain decided to leave their scoring boots in the dressing room. The visitors kicked two wides at the start of the half before getting the first score atfer 6 minutes. They then decided to kick a further four wides before they leveled the game after 14 minutes.

At this stage we could not even get the ball out of our own half and we completely under the cosh. Cill Chomain took the lead before we quickly equalised through a point from Mark Forkan. We again swapped points with Cill Chomain taking the lead before Mark Forkan popped up again to level.

So with ten minutes left we were both on six points but then the visitors found their scoring boots and kicked over three unanswered points to win by 0-6 to 0-9.

A lot has to be done before next weekends Championship fixture. There would appear to be a lack of belief in the team as we struggled to move the ball to our forwards and keep our structure on the field. There is no doubt the players have the ability to strike back and there will be no better place to do it next weekend.

Swinford: Sean Kavanagh, Steven McNicholas, Fergal Harte, Alan McLoughlin, Jason Carney, Sean Brady, James Lavin, Eoin Gallagher, Mark Forkan, Johnny Burke, Liam Moran, John Carney, James Devaney, Jack McDonnell, Kevin McDonagh. Subs Ryan Convey, Darragh McIntyre, John Gerard Kelly

Scorers: Mark Forkan 0-3, Jack McDonnell, John Carney, Liam Moran 0-1 each

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50-50-draw (Duplicate)

50/50 Draw

This weeks draw was held in Horkans and Seamus Golden won €632. Thanks to all our supporters.
Envelopes are available in most business premises and online through www.swinfordgaa.ie where tickets can be purchased in bundles of 10/25/52 weeks. Next draw is in Bolands on the 10th May. Draw envelopes are now also available at 3 for €5.

Tommy Fleming

Siamsa Seipeil 2016

Siamsa Seipeil 2016 are very happy to announce that Our Lady Help of Christians Church will host from Aclare,County Sligo Tommy Fleming.
Tommy has toured both home and worldwide for the past 20 years to packed audiences and started his career off in Swinford where he spent summers busking at Siamsa Sraide and playing in many of the pubs as he set out on the road to success.
In 2004 he played the Basilica in Knock to over 5000 people, a show that has been seen by many millions worldwide on television and through DVD sales.
Following in the footsteps of Frankie Gavin, Sharon Shannon, Paul Brady and Phil Coulter Tommy will play Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Friday 29th July for what should be a fantastic night of entertainment. Tommy and his band will play songs from his many albums spanning his career in a night that is not to be missed.
Tickets priced at €30 can be bought from www.tommyfleming.net and www.swinfordgaa.ie

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Mayo GAA Draw 2016

Swinford GAA Club are launching their club draw for 2016.  The annual subscription remains at €150.  The club draw is again structured this year to ensure each subscriber is getting value for their money and you will be entitled to the following for your €150 investment in the club;

  1. Club Membership – €20
  2. Entry to Senior Team home League games – €30
  3. County Board ticket – €100, which has a prize fund of over €50,000 and
  4. An entitlement to purchase an All-Ireland Senior Football final ticket should Mayo reach the final in 2016.

The officers of the club have decided to restrict the numbers in the draw this year to 120 people in order to limit the ticket demands placed on it should Mayo reach the All Ireland final in 2016.

Please contact any club officer as soon as  possible if you are interested in purchasing a ticket as we expect to sell the allocation within a couple of weeks.

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Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

May 5th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 6

Westport St. Patricks v Swinford in Westport

May 7th 11am

Under 10 Go Games Group B

Swinford v Bohola Moy Davitts at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 7th 6pm

Senior League Division 1E

Swinford v Tourmakeady at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 8th 12pm

Senior League Division 1C

Swinford v Cill Chomain at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 9th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Neale v Swinford in Cong

May 9th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

Under 12 Spring League K

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 12th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Swinford v Aghamore at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

May 14th/15th

Intermediate Championship

Kiltimagh v Swinford in Kiltimagh

May 16th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

Under 12 Spring League K

Ballinrobe v Swinford in Ballinrobe

May 19th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Hollymount Carramore v Swinford in Carramore

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie

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Upcoming GAA Fixtures

Upcoming GAA Fixtures:

May 7th 11am

Under 10 Go Games Group B

Swinford v Bohola Moy Davitts at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 7th 6pm

Senior League Division 1E

Swinford v Tourmakeady at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 8th 12pm

Senior League Division 1C

Swinford v Cill Chomain at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

May 5th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 6

Westport St. Patricks v Swinford in Westport

 

May 9th 7pm

Under 14 League Division 3

Neale v Swinford in Cong

 

May 9th 7pm

Under 12 Spring League B

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

Under 12 Spring League K

Swinford v Ballintubber at Robert McCallion Memorial Park

 

Any changes will be posted on Facebook, twitter and swinfordgaa.ie