Donal Vaughan announces Mayo GAA Retirement
January 03, 2021All at Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club show their appreciation of the stellar service which Donal Vaughan has given to Mayo GAA over the last 12 years. We wish him well on his retirement from inter county football and we look forward to seeing him in the Mitchels colours over the coming years.
Cyril Killeen R.I.P
December 07, 2020All at the club are deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Cyril Killeen.A life-long member of Castlebar Mitchels, Cyril had a family connection right back to the formation of the club. His grandfather Peter played on the first Mitchels team in 1885 and on the first County winning team of 1888. His son James played from Bord na nOg to adult level and is the current club PRO.Cyril posses..
#KeepWell During Covid-19
December 03, 2020The Department of Health has recently launched the “Keep Well” campaign. Aimed at showing people how we can mind our own physical and mental wellbeing by adding healthy and helpful habits to our daily and weekly routines, during Covid-19 lockdown.The #keepwell campaign provides guidelines, information, and tips on things that will help you no matter what your age or disposition, to kee..
Joe Mc Donagh Foundation/Fondúireacht Sheosaimh Mhic Dhonncha
December 03, 2020The Joe Mc Donagh Foundation/Fondúireacht Sheosaimh Mhic Dhonncha was established in 2016. Thisscheme, a partnership between the GAA and Glór na nGael, gives clubs the opportunity to use Irish in anenjoyable and practical way. Its aim is to weave the Irish language into all the GAA’s activities, and so toawaken a sense of pride in all aspects of the Gaelic culture and language...
AGM 2020 - Change of Date
November 21, 2020With Mayo's All-Ireland SFC Semi-Final scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 6th, please note that our AGM has been brought forward and will now take place on Saturday, December 5th at 7pm.Further information for current members who would like to attend the AGM, which will take place using Microsoft Teams, will be available shortly.
November 05, 2020Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club will be held by way of Zoom Conference or Microsoft Teams on Sunday 6th Dec 2020 at 7pm.The link to the Zoom or Microsoft teams Meeting will be forwarded to you nearer to the date of the AGM.Motions.Please note that Motions for discussion at the AGM should be returned to the Club Secretary not later th..
GAA COVID19 Update - October 5th 2020
October 05, 2020The GAA’s Management Committee has today endorsed a decision to suspend all GAA Club games at all levels with immediate effect and until further notice.The decision has been taken in the interest of public safety following a number of incidents that have been brought to our attention in recent days. In particular, post-match celebrations and a lack of social distancing at certain events have..
U21 Championship Information
October 02, 2020The groupings for the U21A Championship have been confirmed by Mayo GAA, with games beginning over the weekends of October 16th-19th and October 23rd-26th.We have been drawn with Claremorris and Ballina Stephenites in Group 3 of the U21A Championship. The top 2 teams in this group will qualify for Quarter Finals against the top 2 from Group 2. ( Top of Group 2 will play second placed team from Gro..
A Thank You
September 15, 2020At our Club Executive Meeting tonight it was agreed that we would thank and acknowledge the great effort by all of our Coaches, Managers and Covid Officers to make sure that all of our players were able to participate in Gaelic Football since the lifting of restrictions earlier in the Summer.Returning to football safely has been an enormous challenge for our club but it has been great to see..
Covid Advisory Group – Updated advice on attendance at underage
August 27, 2020The GAA’s Covid Advisory committee have issued updated guidance to all clubs in relation to attendance at underage games. This advice is based on updated guidelines issued on behalf of the Government by Sport Ireland: Clubs should note that: - No more than 1 designated individual should attend a training session or game per child/family/group of children. - The GAA Health Que..