Breaffy qualify for the Mayo senior county final for the first time

Aidan O’Shea’s goal helps see off Charlestown’s challenge


Breaffy 1-15 Charlestown 1-6
Breaffy made history by qualifying for the club’s first ever senior football final where they will meet neighbours Castlebar in two weeks’ time.

An early second-half goal from Mayo midfielder Aiden O’Shea helped Breaffy take a commanding 1-12 to 0-6. Breaffy built a solid four-point platform at half-time – 0-9 to 0-5 – Aiden O’Shea and Alan Durcan scoring the best of the points.

Substitute Brendan Quinn scored a consolation goal for Charlestown who never really looked likely to prevail.
REAFFY: R Hennelly (0-1,’45), K Scahill, C Kelly, D Gavin, M Hall, M Jennings, B Howley (0-1), A O’Shea (1-1), S O’Shea (0-1), G Jennings (0-1), T O’Reilly (0-1), R Martyn, L Irwin (0-3), A Durcan (0-5, 2f), M McNicholas. Subs: E Conroy , T Canavan (0-1). CHARLESTOWN: J Marren, G McLoughlin, S Lenehan, E McLoughlin, A Higgins, D Caffrey, E Casey T Parsons, S Morris, G O’Donnell (0-1), M Caffrey (0-1), C Maye (0-2, 2f), P Mulligan (0-1), R Haran (0-1), M Mulvaney. Subs: A Mulligan, K Duignan for Haran, B Quinn (1-0) , S Walsh, A Woods. Referee: K Connelly.