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November 11, 2020

LMS Week 4 update

Last Man Standing Update.
Week 4 sees four more players out of contention with Gerry Doyle, Grainne McGale, Ava Trench and Mary Mangan bowing out.
Sixteen players are still standing.

November 9, 2020

Newtown Embroidery sponsorship.

Davitts treasurer Michael Waldron and Nicola Gibbons are pictured holding the Newtown Embroidery advertising sign. Many thanks to Nicola for her sponsorship…

 

November 4, 2020

LMS Week 3 update

Last Man Standing update:
After the third round of matches we are down to 20 players still standing. Hard luck to the two most recent casualties and well done to the twenty survivors…

October 27, 2020

LMS Week 2 update

Last Man Standing update:
After the second weekend of fixtures, we now have just 22 players still standing.
The weekend’s results saw Davitts senior player Jordan Flanagan bowing out as did Davitts Ladies player Rebecca Waldron. Former player Fionan Moran was a surprise casualty while the youngest entrant Calia Healy, daughter of Declan, also exited the competition…

October 22, 2020

LMS Week 1 update

Last Man Standing update.
After a weekend of carnage, well done to the thirty four players still standing….
Here are some of the big name casualties:
Four time All-Star Colm Boyle, Ex Spurs fan Tom Kearns, Davitts Ladies captain Becky Kearns, Mayo and Hollycarra’s Stephen and Darren Coen, Dr. Tony Holohan, the pride of Garrymore Shane Nally, Castlebar Mitchels selector Michael Conroy, Claremorris GAA’s Damien Keane and soccer expert and Stoke City fan Michael Hutton.

October 22, 2020

Club gear Christmas order

 

** Club gear, Christmas order **

MFC are currently taking Christmas orders for Davitts Club Gear.
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 restrictions they are unable to call to us this year for a fitting and can only take online orders.
Anyone wishing to order gear for Christmas can do so on the link below.

https://link.mfc-sports.com/teamwear/code/MQUC9E

The deadline for ordering is 30th October,
The link will then be closed and no additional orders can be made.
Any queries please contact
John 087-9079987 or Breda 087-7644448

  
October 13, 2020

Last Man Standing with Davitts GAA

With a guaranteed minimum prize pot of €300, everyone has the chance to compete to show off their prediction skills and scoop the top prize.

This is a fundraiser for Davitts GAA and we encourage people to share with your friends and family in order to promote entries.

Entries are priced at €10 and the competition begins the weekend of the 17th October 2020.

Competition Rules

1. Each week, simply pick a team playing that week to win – if your team wins, you go through; lose or draw and you’re out.
2. You can only pick a team to win once so be tactical about who you pick and when
3. All selections must be in before the game week closes. This is normally 60 mins before the first game starts
4. Should you forget to make your selection in any week, you will automatically be assigned the first team that you have not selected in alphabetical order. (A reminder email will be sent out so you dont forget).
5. If your team’s game is postponed you are automatically put through to the next round, and you cannot select that team again.
6. If more than one participant remains at the end, the accumulated ‘scored for’ of their selected teams will determine the winner. This also applies if during the competition the remaining players are knocked out in the same gameweek then the player with the highest score will be the winner.
7. If the remaining players ‘scored for’ points are equal then their will be joint winners.

We thank you in advance for your support and may the best man (or woman) win!

October 5, 2020

Last Man Standing with Davitts GAA

With a guaranteed minimum prize pot of €300, everyone has the chance to compete to show off their prediction skills and scoop the top prize.

This is a fundraiser for Davitts GAA and we encourage people to share with your friends and family in order to promote entries.

Entries are priced at €10 and the competition begins the weekend of the 17th October 2020.

Competition Rules

1. Each week, simply pick a team playing that week to win – if your team wins, you go through; lose or draw and you’re out.
2. You can only pick a team to win once so be tactical about who you pick and when
3. All selections must be in before the game week closes. This is normally 60 mins before the first game starts
4. Should you forget to make your selection in any week, you will automatically be assigned the first team that you have not selected in alphabetical order. (A reminder email will be sent out so you dont forget).
5. If your team’s game is postponed you are automatically put through to the next round, and you cannot select that team again.
6. If more than one participant remains at the end, the accumulated ‘scored for’ of their selected teams will determine the winner. This also applies if during the competition the remaining players are knocked out in the same gameweek then the player with the highest score will be the winner.
7. If the remaining players ‘scored for’ points are equal then their will be joint winners.

We thank you in advance for your support and may the best man (or woman) win!

September 29, 2020

This week’s fixtures

Latest Fixtures:
Sat Oct 3rd, New Mayo Junior A Championship: Davitts v Claremorris in Garrymore at 4.30pm.
Mon Oct 5th, U-12 League: Davitts v Aghamore in Ballindine at 6pm.

  
September 18, 2020

Mayo Minor B Final v Balla match report

Davitts 5-15

Balla 1-7

Davitts Minor team produced a top class performance to capture the County B Championship title swatting aside the challenge of Balla in a game played in perfect conditions in Claremorris on Friday evening. Davitts, on top from the start, never allowed Balla to get into the game as they tackled sharply throughout the field, won most of the breaking ball, displayed a fierce workrate and attacked in numbers with great intent.

Dynamic corner forward Niall Treacy opened the scoring in the third minute and Jack Devane cracked home a goal one minute later after an excellent run by midfielder Fenton Kelly. Further points from Niall Treacy (2), Jack Devane, Jack Melvin, Joe Prendergast and Dylan Gallagher put Davitts 1-7 to 0-0 ahead at the first water break. While Balla were winning a fair amount of possession around the middle of the field through the efforts of Odhran O Connor and Shaun Dempsey, they found it extremely tough to get any change out of a superb Davitts defence with all six defenders impressing, none more so than Charlie Phillips at full back.

Two pointed frees from Matthew English in the 22nd and 24th minutes finally got Balla on the scoreboard but a quickfire Davitts scoring blitz two minutes later, scoring 2-1 in a minute, more or less settled the issue.  Dylan Gallagher pointed neatly, then Dylan Gallagher and Niall Treacy combined before the latter’s shot was brilliantly saved by the Balla keeper Matthew Lyons, but Joe Prendergast was on hand to fire home the rebound. From the resulting kick out, Jack Devane won possession and fed Dylan Gallagher who finished to the net with aplomb. Fenton Kelly pointed from a forty five in the final minute of the half to leave Davitts ahead by 3-9 to 0-2 at the break.

Jack Devane and Niall Treacy shot the first two points of the second half to extend Davitts lead before Matthew English pulled one back for Balla in the 36th minute. Iarlaith Golding, coming more into the game scored a fine goal in the 39th minute, fetching Shaun Dempsey’s long delivery and blasting to the net. The same player followed that with a point for Balla before Fenton Kelly pointed for Davitts and Jack Devane finished his second goal after great work by Dylan Gallagher and Niall Treacy in the 44th minute. Matthew English pointed for Balla before the water break to make it 4-12 to 1-5.

The game was fizzling out as Jack Devane pointed in the 47th minute. George Boyd, who had a great battle with Davitts captain Jack Trench all evening, got a fine point for Balla after a searing run in the 53rd minute with Niall Treacy cancelling it out almost immediately. Davitts got their fifth goal in the 59th minute, fittingly Niall Treacy finishing it after Zack Keadin superbly put him through. Iarlaith Golding for Balla and Davitts Jack Melvin swapped points before the referee Paul Lydon blew the final whistle.

All of the Davitts players on view impressed in this game and cases could easily be made for any one of Charlie Phillips, Fenton Kelly, Jack Devane or Niall Treacy to be named man of the match.

Tristan Diskin was a confident goalie with Sean Feerick, Brian Og McTigue, Thomas Ronayne, Fionnan Gallagher and Brian Birmingham superb in defence. Up front team captain Jack Trench led from the front with Joe Prendergast also having a stormer. The three U-16’s on the team, Jack Melvin, Cathal Corless and Dylan Gallagher showed that they are three players of the highest quality, all playing brilliantly. The four subs, Dylan Walsh, Zack Keadin, Bon Glynn and Davy Hennessy all played well when introduced. The other panellists were Gavin Ring, Sean Keadin, Cathal Devane, Mark Birmingham and the injured Micheal Hett.

Davitts: Tristan Diskin, Sean Feerick, Charlie Phillips, Brian Og McTigue, Thomas Ronayne, Fionnan Gallagher, Brian Birmingham, Fenton Kelly (0-2), Cathal Corless, Jack Trench (capt), Jack Devane (2-3), Joe Prendergast (1-1), Dylan Gallagher (1-2), Jack Melvin (0-2), Niall Treacy (1-5). Subs used: Dylan Walsh, Zack Keadin, Bon Glynn, Davy Hennessy.

Well done lads and the team mentors Liam Nyland, Lawrence Daly, Tommy Ronayne, Derek Byrne and Declan Kirrane.

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