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The Origins of Football in the Parish of Kilvine (by Mattie Sheridan)

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:17

The first football teams in the parish were formed after the ending of the Civil War (1923-1924) – a team in Irishtown and a team in Ballindine. Some of the men on these teams had memories of playing football with a ball that consisted of newsp...View More

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Football in the Forties and Fifties

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:14

Football continued to be played in the area throughout the ‘30s and ‘40s but not on an organised basis. Most games were between the local players themselves with the odd challenge ‘thrown in’. An interesting feature of the 194...View More

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My Years (1963-1973) by Tom FitzGearld

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:09

In 1964 when Crossboyne GAA Club amalgamated with Garrymore, Irishtown players like Mark Connelly, Pa Kirrane, Kevin Mitchell and I, urged on by a sense of pride in our locality, decided to form a club in Irishtown under the guidance of Jimmy Curran,...View More

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How the name Davitts came into existence

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:07

Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s the team played under the name ‘Ballindine’ at one stage and ‘Irishtown’ at another. In fact, the name ‘St. Josephs’ was also used, as could be seen from the initials &lsquo...View More

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Success at Last (by Frank McGrath)

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:05

I began playing football for Irishtown/Ballindine as far back as 1964. Although training and organisation were not a strong point then, nevertheless some very good football was played. Two things I will always remember from that time: one is the prid...View More

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The Growth of Davitts… from Junior to Senior

July 9th, 2009 @ 20:03

In 1976 Davitts made the welcome transition from junior to intermediate after their success at winning the South Mayo junior title in 1975. Our first outing was against Ballintubber in Ballinrobe where inexperience proved to be a telling factor again...View More

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Davitts Capture First Ever Football Title (1975 South Mayo Junior Championship)

July 9th, 2009 @ 19:58

Irishtown............2-8The Neale..........1-5 Irishtown, the tiny South Mayo village which was the scene of many Land League meetings in the last century, had another chapter written into it’s history when the local Davitts team captured their...View More

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Davitts Day of Glory (1981 Intermediate Championship Final Match Report)

July 9th, 2009 @ 19:53

Davitts...............0-9Tourmakeady.....1-5 Davitts are Mayo intermediate champions! After years of despair and near misses, the gods smiled in their favour on Sunday and they edged out a gallant Tourmakeady team by the narrowest of margins. It was ...View More

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