May 08 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 5:31 pm
Great second half effort from Ryan Ruddy

Great second half effort from Ryan Ruddy

Jason O'Donnell had Erris in front with a headed effort.

Jason O’Donnell had Erris in front with a headed effort.

Iorras Aontaithe were away to Ballyheane on Saturday evening the 7th in the Super League and they picked up their first three points of the new campaign with goals from Jason O’Donnell a header, with Brendan Nallan the provider, the first half ended 1-1 but an excellent second half effort from Ryan Ruddy sealed the points half way through the half. Jason O’Donnell could have scored his second goal in the encounter but his effort was just over. Ryan Keane made his senior debut for the club coming on in the second half for the injured David Reilly.
Erris Utd are at home to Ballina Town on Saturday 14th with a 6.30 ko.

May 07 2016

Iorras U15 team exit the cup!

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 9:20 pm

The u15s lost 4-2 at home to Westport in a windy encounter in Carnenash today 7th, even though the home team scored 4 of the 6 goals!
Iorras went 1-0 up with a penalty from Shea, but Westport went ahead immediately when Iorras scored 2 own goals, to leave it 2-1 at half time. Daithi scored a neat goal in the second half but Westport ran out 4-2 winner to progress to the next round.
Next up is an away game to Ballina next Wednesday 11th.

May 02 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 11:25 pm

Iorras u17s went on a bank holiday rampage in Carnenash this afternoon with a 11.0 win over Knock/ Kiltimagh, Iorras playing against a stiff wind in the first half Iorras led 2.0 with goals from Mikey lavelle and Mikey Conroy

Iorras U17's on a roll.

Iorras U17’s on a roll.

Iorras cut loose in the second half with a goal each from Mikey Lavelle,Dylan Walker,two from Luke o Reilly and a belter from Mikey Conroy,plus a hat trick from twinkle toes Padraig Monaghan one a classy back heel, not often a player scoring a hat trick is over shadowed but Keith Kennedy takes all the limelight today after scoring his first ever goal for Iorras,for years the topic on the bus home or dressing room banter was about how close Bob came to scoring,well Keith your day in the sun has come and what a strike to end your goal drought and has promised more to come(Mikey Lavelle he coming after your boot).
next up for Iorras u17s is home game next Monday against Manulla.
And Welcome back Evan Ivers

Apr 24 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 6:52 pm
have discovered the kind of form which has eluded them in their recent league outings to progress in round one of the Westaro Cup at sunny Carne Nash.

Erris Utd have discovered the kind of form which has eluded them in their recent league outings to progress in round one of the Westaro Cup at sunny Carne Nash.

With a break in Super league action, Iorras & Glenhest locked horns in round one of the Westaro Cup at Carne Nash on Sunday 24th, Final score Erris Utd 2 Glenhest Rovers 1.

Glenhest Keeper, Mickey Davitt of Glenhest Rovers blocking a shot from Ryan Ruddy on 20 minutes but Ryan opened the scoring for Iorras three minutes later.

Glenhest Keeper, Mickey Davitt blocking a shot from Ryan Ruddy on 20 minutes but Ryan opened the scoring for Iorras five minutes later.

Iorras were in front at the break with goals from Ryan Ruddy (25 minutes) with Kyle O’Reilly the provider and a Jamey Flannary headed effort on 32 minutes. Glenhest pulled one back on 65 minutes when Paddy Mulchrone found space in the box.

The best chance to score in the first half for Glenhest was when Chris Rowland found space in the box on 37 minutes, and with the Erris Keeper committed, his shot went just wide of the post.

The best chance to score in the first half for Glenhest was when Chris Rowland found space in the box on 37 minutes, and with the Erris Keeper committed, his shot went just wide of the post.

It’s back to league action against Ballyheane next up.
TEAM- Harry Reilly, Einri Healy, Tom Ivan, Micheal Meeneghan, Noel McLaughlin: Ryan Ruddy, Eamon Carey (Capt), Brendan Nallan, Kyle O’Reilly: Jason O’Donnell, Jamie Flannary. SUBS USED-Stephen Nallan for Jamie Flannary & Pete MacArthur for Einri Healy on 69 minutes with Padraic Doherty for Eamon Carey on 81 minutes.

Apr 20 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 9:02 am

Erris Under 13’s had their sternest test yet against Ballyheane on a gorgeous evening at Carne Nash.
Erris missed several opportunities to score and were made to pay as the visitors took the lead after ten minutes. This was the first time Erris had been behind in a game all season and the packed stand was anxious to see how they would respond.
Sluggishly, was the answer, as chance after chance went begging. Eventually, Molly O’Connor dinked a ball through to Dylan Togher who made no mistake. 1-1.
Waiting patiently on the bench was Adam Conroy, who due to injuries and confirmations had missed the early part of the season. He had his new boots on and wanted to test them out.
Erris continued to struggle, Adam looked at managers Lenny and Des and wondered how much longer this would go on.
The substitution was made and within thirty minutes, Adam had scored a hat trick and Erris were home and hosed.
Ciaran Cawley got the goal of the night, which along with a late consolation goal made it a final score of us 5 them 2.
Connor Barrett defended magnificently, Eoin Walsh was inspirational and Tony Lavelle controlled the midfield.
Much of our frustration was caused by an Erris man as Luca Meldrum (Sarina Reilly’s lad) was outstanding in goal for Ballyheane.
Owen Doherty made an incredible goal line clearance as he somehow hooked the ball over the bar when the whole world thought it was going in. The problem was, it was their goal line as another chance slipped by.
The rules in training are that if you miss an open goal then you kneel down and recite a Hail Mary. Owen, Tony and Dylan, amongst many others, went home with their rosary beads as they will have decades of them to offer up to make up for all the missed chances.
No training this weekend, check your newsletter and go to mass, it might be of more use to us.

Apr 19 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 12:44 am
Iorras u17 came out 3.2 winners over Ballina Town in Carnenash the 18th after a ding dong battle. Iorras took an early lead after a John Linehan cross was side-footed by the on rushing Eoin McDonnell to the back of the Ballina net it, this was no more the Iorras deserved after dominating early exchanges.

Erris United U17 continue to impress.

Erris United U17 continue to impress.

Ballina equalized just before half time after a great free kick from long distance came back off the crossbar and Iorras were caught dozing as the rebound was tucked away. Mikey Lavelle gave Iorras the lead again after he picked up the ball on the left wing Mikey curled a beauty into the top corner, Iorras had chances to pull further ahead with good chances falling to Mikey Lavelle, Luke O’ Reilly, Aran Reilly, John Linehan and Eoin McDonnell but Ballina leveled again after a misjudgement from the Iorras goalkeeper which gave Ballina a soft equalizer (Didn’t stop Fionnan smiling though) enter Padraic Cowman picking up the ball near the half way line, Padraic s amazing run past 3 or 4 Ballina players ended with a thunderous shot to corner of the Ballina net to spark scenes of celebration,next up for u17s Castlebar Celtic away.


Apr 18 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 2:50 pm
Erris United making hard work in their quest for their first three points of the opening season in the Super league.

Erris United making hard work in their quest for their first three points of the opening season in the Super league.

Iorras Aontaithe are still chasing their first three points in the new Super league season, after a second defeat at home to Claremorris on April 17th on a 4-6 score-line.
Goals for Erris were: Kyle O’Reilly (8 minutes & 58 minutes). Ivan Barrett (67 minutes). Micheal Garrett (90 minutes his first for Erris since joining from Kilmore). At half-time the score line was 1-4 to Claremorris. Erris Keeper Gary Keane saved a penalty on 68 minutes.
TEAM- Gary Keane, Micheal Meeneghan, David Reilly, Eamon Carey, Richey Hanley: Jamey Flannary, Jason Boylan, Brendan Nallan, Ryan Ruddy: Kyle O’Reilly, Ivan Barrett.
SUBS USED: Einrí Healy for Jamey Flannary (on 9 minutes when Jamey suffered a terrible two footed tackle which went unpunished by the referee). Padraic Doherty for Richey Hanley (on 53 minutes). Gareth O’Malley for Eamon Carey (on 78 minutes) Micheal Garrett for Ivan Barrett (on 84 minutes).

Apr 11 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 11:30 pm

Iorras Aontaithe U17′s put 4 past table toppers Conn Rangers in a excellent 4.0 win in Carnenash this evening the 11th, after playing against a stiff breeze Iorras took a 1.0 lead to the break after goal machine John Linehan sent a thunderbolt to the corner of the net from the edge of the box. Iorras doubled their lead after a Mikey lavelle free was parried by the Conn keeper and Aran Reilly followed up to neatly tuck the ball away. Iorras got their 3rd when Iorras goalkeeper left a 70 yard pass on  Mikey Lavelle’s toe who duly burst through two defenders to bury in the Conn Rangers net. The icing came minutes later when twinkle toes, Padraig Monaghan got on the end of a Luke O’ Reilly through ball,to swivel in the box only to be sent flying,Padraig dusted himself down to hammer home the resultant penalty
Man of Match, Fionnan Ryan (clean sheet and assist)
Welcome back from injury,David Padden
Mammy please put a bath on,Keith Kennedy ( sore hip).
and a box of Daz to wash the all white kit after this evenings game,

Referee match fee was 100 euros

Apr 09 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 12:46 pm

Erris Under 13’s were at home to Kilmurry on a perishing Friday evening 8th but it didn’t take long for the match to warm up.
Thirty seconds in and Connor Barrett went on a run from centre back, fed Owen Doherty, who ran straight for goal before delivering a thunderbolt shot into the net.
In the blink of an eye, Erris were four nil up before Manager Des rushed over to make some subs. Some of the senior internationals were withdrawn to allow the younger bucks to get a go. By half time Erris were seven nil up.

Erris Utd U13's with their Coach Des.

Erris Utd U13’s with their Coach Des.

The second half was a much more even affair with a final score of us 8 them 1.
Highlights included Ben Donahue and Eoin Walsh performing miracles together on the left wing. This has the potential of being the greatest partnership since a young Paul McCartney asked John Lennon could he be in his band.
Tony Lavelle got his first goal of the season but had a nightmare in goal in the second half to allow Kilmurry back into it.
Dylan Togher scored a hat trick and kept the match-ball (one of the new Size 5’s (expensive)). Owen Doherty scored two, Eoin Walsh got one and Eoin Gaughan scored an acrobatic bicycle kick.
Molly O’Connor played centre midfield and buckled a few bucks, Charles McDonagh played everywhere, Lenny Gilbert and Ethan Monaghan tested the new interpretation of the offside rule and Jack Deane put in the greatest cross in the history of history for one of the goals.
Joint manager Lenny Gilbert was taking all the credit as this was his first week on the sideline, unfortunately, he hasn’t done enough yet to deserve getting into the photo.

Apr 07 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 11:56 pm
Jason Boylan, inspired the come back v Castlebar Celtic.

Jason Boylan in team of the week.

Well done Jason Boylan who was named on the Mayo News Mayo Football league team of the week after his excellent performance for Iorras in their 3.3 draw with Castlebar Celtic on Saturday evening the 2nd April.

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