Feb 14 2020

Sean Davis Soccer Academy Easter 2020

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Sean Davis Soccer academy Easter 2020


Feb 10 2020

POLITICAL BREAKTHROUGH FOR ROSE

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Erris United FC/Iorras Aontaithe wishes to congratulate Rose Conway Walsh on making political history in securing a Dail seat for the Mayo constituency & Erris for Sinn Fein in Election 2020.

Rose Conway Walsh, Sinn Féin TD for Mayo

Rose is bridging a gap of 51 years since an Erris TD was elected; Joe Leneghan from Belmullet was a Dail member back in the 60’s and 70’s. He was first elected to Dáil Éireann as an independent Teachta Dála (TD) for the Mayo North constituency at the 1961 general election. He lost his seat at the 1965 general election but was subsequently nominated by the Taoiseach to the 11th Seanad. He was elected as a Fianna Fáil TD for the Mayo West constituency at the 1969 general election. He lost his seat at the 1973 General Election. Our new TD and our last TD may be different genders and belong to different Political Parties but they were both born in Ballycroy
Congratulation also to Micheal Ring (FG) & Dara Calleary (FF) on retaining their Dail seats and to Alan Dillon (FG) securing his first seat which was held by former Taoiseach Enda Kenny


Feb 05 2020

Mary in control

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ERRIS UNITED AGM

The club Annual General Meeting was held recently in the Broadhaven Bay Hotel (25th January) and outgoing Chairman Micheal Dixon reflected on a mixed year both on and off the playing field. He thanked all the Committee and club Officers for their support, the team Managers/Coaches for their commitment and all the parents.  He thanked all the Club Sponsors and the public for supporting the Club’s fundraising efforts over the year and all who helping with the running of the Club off the field over the year. He congratulated Harry Reilly on his Mayo League award, justly deserved for all his hard work and commitment over the years. The club youths were unlucky not to pick up silver wear over the year, U13/U18.Thanks to Eamonn & Ivan for their senior team efforts who began on a positive run but questionable attitudes will need to be addressed for the coming season. Thanks to the C.E. workers for the efforts in keeping Carne Nash Park looking good. The finances at the Club are in a very healthy state thanks in no small part to prudent and watchful management by outgoing Treasurer David Reilly.  The outgoing Chairman announced at the end of his address he was not going forward for reelection as Chairman after serving eight years. He thanked all those who he worked with over those years and in that time the Club has witnessed good times and a dark time. He wished every success to all going forward.

The Officers and Committee in charge for the coming season are:

President – Fr Kevin Hegarty.

Vice President – Patrick Conway.

Chairperson – Mary Teresa Barrett.

Vice Chairman – Micheal Dixon

Secretary – Harry Reilly.

Youth Secretary – Martin McIntyre.

Treasure – David Reilly.

Ass – Treasure – Padraic Reilly.

Public Relations Officers (Club promotion) Rosaleen Lally & Tom Reilly

Player welfare officer – Eamon Carey.

Registrars – Eamon Carey & Ivan Barrett.

Child Welfare Officer – Mary Teresa Barrett.

League Delegates – Seamus O’Malley & Padraic Reilly.

Committee members along with above officers are Des O’Connor, Jason O’Donnell, Micheal McHale, Louise Cafferkey, Kyle O’Reilly, Aaron Carey & Brendan Nallen.   


Jun 08 2019

Erris continue good league form

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Iorras continued their good home form on Saturday evening the 8th in the Premier League claiming all three points against Glenhest Rovers, final score 4-2.

Erris United, good league form continues.

Erris were in front after three minutes with Brendan Nallen slotting home from close range and on 18 minutes Dylan Walker made it 2-0 but on 23 minutes Glenhest were awarded a penalty with Kevin Ward scoring. Then just before the break Brendan Nallen made it 3-1 with Ryan Ruddy the provider.

Dylan Walker, great eye for goal

In the second half Glenhest began to impose themselves more on the game and on 69 minutes Pat Mulchrone made it 3-2 but on 72 minutes Erris made it 4-2 from the boot of Daithi Cosgrave with a lovely individual effort from the edge of the area and the best goal of the evening.

Erris are certainly playing with more confidence with the addition of young players in the side but there was moments in this encounter their defence was tested, onwards & upwards.


Mar 24 2019

IORRAS START LEAGUE SEASON ON WINNING NOTE

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Erris United began life back in the Premier Division of the Mayo League on a winning note against Kiltimagh/Knock United at home on Sunday 24th March.

Iorras Aontaithe, started life in the Premier League on a winning note.

These two sides had the misfortune  of been relegated from the Super League in 2018. Iorras under new Player/Manager Eamon Carey looked the better side all through the game, which was played in a blustery cold wind. The home side were in front on 25 minutes from a header from Brendan Nallen, Kyle O’Reilly provider. Erris could have added to that lead three minutes later but Pete McArthur’s effort shot wide. It remaind 1-0 at the break.

Brendan Nallen, two for Erris each side of the half.

The visitors began the second half with urgency and were back level ten minutes in from Simon Jordon but two minutes later Pete McArthur provoded a great cross for Kyle O’Reilly to head home at the far post.

Kyle O’Reilly, a great headed effort to make it 2-1 for Erris.

Brendan Nallen made it 3-1 from the penalty spot on 75 minutes and with the clock ticking down, Dylan Walker made it 4-1, the final score.

Ref: Mick Walsh

Premier League table on after day one.

Erris are away to Glenhest Rover on Sunday 31st in Soler21 Park in Castlebar with a 11.30am kick-off.


Feb 28 2019

Registration evening

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Iorrais Aontaithe Erris united will hold their registration evening in the Club house in Carne Nash on Friday 15th March 2019 from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.


Feb 03 2019

Sean Reilly is a Sports Genus

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Sean Reilly receiving a cheque & trophy for 500 euro, the top prize in the Erris United Sports Genus competition (2018), from club Treasurer  David Reilly. The fundraising competition tests your knowledge on a wide range of sporting events ( predicting the winners) over the year. Sean is son of John & Sadie, congrats and well done Sean.

Sean Reilly receiving a cheque & trophy for 500 euro, the top prize in the Erris United Sports Genus competition,

 


Feb 03 2019

ERRIS UNITED / IORRAS AONTAITHE AWARDS 2018 SEASON

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Erris United held its annual awards for the 2018 season in the Clann Lír Bar in Belmullet on Friday evening the 25th January. The M.C. was youth Coach Des O’Connor and the award sponsor was McNulty Coaches/ Transport.

Ivan Barrett with his Junior Player award, with Club Chairman Micky Dixon & Harry Reilly secretary & Derek McNulty (Sponsor)

Congratulations to all the award winners and they were: The Golden Boot winners were for U12- Fionn O’Donoghue. U13 & U14 Josh Carey. U15 – Eoin Walsh. U16 – John Ginty. U17 – Dara Padden. U18 – Dylan Walker.

All the award winners at the recents Club awards, 2018 season with awards Sponsor, Derek McNulty of McNulty Coaches/travel, congrats to everyone

The Player of the year awards went to: U12 – Declan Coyne. U13 – Kyle Hefferan. U14 – James Lavelle. U15 – Darren McDonnell. U16 – Billy O’Connor. U17 – Niall Murphy. U18 – Owen McHale, Junior Team, Young Player of the year went to Johnny Harding. Junior Team Golden Boot & Player of the year was Ivan Barrett.
There was a special presentation to Molly O’Connor for the Mayo Gaynor Cup Team 2019 & Connaught Schoolgirls Team 2019.
The Club wishes to thank Derek McNulty & Family for their continuing support of these awards, to the Club Coaches/Managers/Committee for their dedication/ commitment/efforts, and to Martin McIntyre for the refreshments.


Apr 08 2018

IORRAS REGRET MISSED SECOND HALF CHANCES

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Iorras Aontaithe is still chasing their first points of the new season after they went down 1-4 at home to Manulla on Sunday 8th April.
The visitors were in front on three minutes from a Lucas De Paula free from just outside the area but five minutes later Nathan Reilly levelled for Erris from a Tom Ivan free.
But on 35 minutes Lucas De Paula had Manulla in front again with a nice finish from inside the area. It stayed 1-2 at the break.
In the second half, Erris pushed for the equaliser but poor finishing let them down, Brendan Nallen on 59 minutes, Pete MacArthur on 59 minutes and Kyle O’Reilly on 60 minutes, but De Paula was just a whisker away from a hat-trick when his effort went wide of the post on 63 minutes.
Manulla scored their third goal on 68 minutes when Chris Maughan found space on the edge of the box and Declan Tonra made it four for Manulla on 75 minutes.
Erris are away to S.& F. Utd in the Westaro Cup on Saturday 15th April.
TEAM- Shaun Noone, Nathan Reilly, Diarmuid Healy, Liam Donoghue, Micheal Meeneghan: Anthony Mills (Capt.), Tom McAndrew, Brendan Nallen, Pete MacArthur: Kyle O’Reilly, Tom Ivan.
Subs Used in the second half- Aran Reilly for Tom McAndrew, Steven Cawley for Diarmuid Healy, Steven Nallen for Micheal Meeneghan, Edward Dean for Nathan Reilly, Aran Carey for Pete MacArthur.


Apr 05 2018

LESSONS LEARNED AWAY TO THE CHAMPIONS.

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The Premier League champions Iorras Aontaithe made the long journey to the home of the Super League champions Westport United on April 1st.
Iorras started on the front foot but costly mistakes were punished by a clinical Westport side, scoring 3 goals in a 15 minute period. Iorras were unlucky not to get a goal back before the break after Tom McAndrew hit the underside of the crossbar with the keeper stranded just before half time.
After the break Iorras got a foothold in the game with substitutions playing an important part. Westport grabbed another goal before Iorras pulled a goal back through substitute Jason Boylan, who rounded the keeper and finished calmly into the net. Westport capitalised on a defensive error to make it 5 before Niall Geraghty had a shot cleared off the line from a corner. Westport then finished the scoring in the last minute of the game. Final score Westport United 6 – 1 Iorras Aontaithe.

Next up is Manulla at home on Sunday 8th April
With a 2.30pm kick off.

Team: Paul Reilly, Michael Meenaghan, Brendan Nallen, Niall Geraghty, Diarmuid Healy, Anthony Mills, Tom McAndrew, Nathan Reilly, Kyle O’Reilly, Ryan Ruddy, Tom Ivan.

Subs: Jason Boylan, Dylan Walker, Ryan Gaughan, Pete MacArthur, Aaron Carey, Stephen Cawley, Tony Conroy.


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