Club News

November 8, 2018


U13s Boys Match Off

U13 boys match that was due to take place today at 12pm away to Conn Rangers is off as they could not field a team

Big game at Courthouse St.

Its make or break time at Courthouse St.  this Sunday when the mens team face Inver Utd in a must win division 1 fixture. Killala need to win to pull away from the relegation zone and with only two games left after this, now is the time. KO is at 2.30pm


Match of the Day

Congratulations to Killala FC Child protection officer  and  elected Member of Mayo County Council  Jarlath Munnelly  and his new wife Sandra who were married today. Best wishes from all at the club


On International duty

While all eyes will be on Croke Park following the fortunes of the Senior International team, Killala FC u16  player Aileen Gilroy will be focused  on her own qualifying task as she is out in Slovenia with the  Irish U17  ladies  where they play in  a qualifying group for the 2010 European Championships. Slovenia (10th Oct ) Turkey (12th Oct ) and Denmark ( 15th Oct ) provide the opposition in the mini group. All at the club wish her well…read more


Mens team out of FAI junior cup

The Mens team bowed out of the FAI junior cup on Sunday in Swinford when they were unlucky to go out to the local Premier Division high flyers 1-0….read more


Defib Update (The final one !!)

The final chapter on our defib appeal was realized this week when we were presented with our defib and storage unit. Ivan Sweeney accepted the unit on behalf of the Club from Patricia Kiernan from Cardiac Services who are the suppilers of the units (Pictured Below), While we hope we never have to use this potential life saving piece of eqiupment it is a great piece of mind to know that it is now at hand should the need arise.

This trip started back in April of this year when our club in conjunction with Mid West Radio and C&C Cellullar launched an appeal to collect 500 old mobile phones which could be exchanged for a Defib, we comfortably reached this total in May with the support of our local community, the next phase of  the journey was completed in Sept this year when 6 members of the club succesfully completed there training and are now certified users of Defib units and the final chapter as metioned was the delivery of the unit this week.

We would again like to say to all involved in the appeal, Sponsors, trainers, collectors and all who donated, Thank you for your support!!