Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Charlestown Sarsfields attacker Jack Mahon has been named as captain of the Mayo team that takes on reigning All-Ireland champions Galway in the semi-finals of the Connacht U20 Football Championship tonight (Tuesday).

Mayo manager Maurice Sheridan. Picture: INPHO/James Crombie

The game is the first in charge for manager Maurice Sheridan who has this morning confirmed his team for the game which takes place in Tuam Stadium at 7pm. The game is a 500 sell-out but will be available to view live here.

Mayo U20 (v Galway): Ronan Connolly (Ardnaree); Sean Holmes (Knockmore), Ruairi Keane (Mayo Gaels), Eoin Gilrane (Ballinrobe); Conor Flynn (Knockmore), Ryan Baynes (Burrishoole), Aidan Cosgrove (Kiltimagh); Conor Dunleavy (Balla), Jack Carney (Kilmeena); Ethan Henry (Mayo Gaels), Owen McHale (Beal an Mhuirthead), Connell Dempsey (Knockmore); Ultan O’Reilly (Castlebar Mitchels), Frank Irwin (Ballina Stephenites), Jack Mahon (Charlestown).

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