Thursday, February 03, 2022

The Mayo Football League has confirmed the lineups of each of the senior and U21 divisions ahead of the upcoming season which commences on Sunday, March 13.

There are four divisions and 38 teams: Super League (10 teams), Premier League (10 teams), League One (9 teams) and League Two (9 teams). League Three will not run this year following the cessation of a number of B and C teams including Claremorris C, Manulla C, Fahy Rovers B, Moy Villa B and Swinford B.

As exclusively revealed in this week’s edition of the Western People, Iorras Aontaithe have dropped out of the Mayo League for the first time since the club was founded in 1984. Killala have registered a B team for the upcoming season and they will compete in the fourth tier.

At U21 level, there are two divisions with six teams each. Killala and Conn Rangers C have pulled out of the U21 league this year while Ballina Town has joined and will play in the second tier.

Elverys Sports Super League: Ballina Town, Ballyhaunis Town, Ballyheane, Castlebar Celtic, Claremorris, Glenhest Rovers, Kiltimagh/Knock Utd, Manulla, Straide & Foxford Utd, Westport Utd.

Castlecourt Hotel Premier League: Ballyglass, Conn Rangers, Crossmolina, Fahy Rovers, Kiltimagh/Knock Utd B, Killala, Moy Villa, Snugboro Utd, Swinford, Westport Utd B.

Killeen Sports Grounds League One: Achill Rovers, Ballina Town B, Ballinrobe Town B, Conn Rangers B, Hollister, Kilmore, Manulla B, Newport/Mulranny Wanderers, Westport Utd C.

McDonnell Construction League Two: Ballyglass B, Ballyheane B, Ballyvary Blue Bombers, Castlebar Celtic B, Claremorris B, Conn Rangers C, Crossmolina B, Killala B, Partry Athletic.

TF Royal Hotel & Theatre U21 Division 1: Ballyheane, Castlebar Celtic, Conn Rangers, Kiltimagh/Knock Utd, Manulla, Straide & Foxford United

TF Royal Hotel & Theatre U21 Division 2: Ballina Town, Ballinrobe Town, Claremorris, Conn Rangers B, Glenhest Rovers, Swinford.

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