“No” to Single Use Plastics.

“No” to Single Use Plastics.

Tuesday the 25th of June sees Ballyvary Hurling Club launch it’s new sustainability project – Ballyvary Hurling Club says “No” to Single Use Plastics. The project is funded by the Local Agenda 21 initiative funding through Mayo County Council. ...
2019 U8 and U10 Blitz

2019 U8 and U10 Blitz

Our U8s and U10s in action recently at the interclub blitz in Ballina recently. Great performances all around. A first time in the maroon and white jersey for many of our younger players and we hope the first of...
Kellogs Cúl Camp – 2019

Kellogs Cúl Camp – 2019

Kellogs Cúl Camp 2019 Dates:              Monday 22nd July to Friday 26th July 2019 Times:              10.00am to 2.30pm Location:         Ballyvary Hurling Club Registration:  CLICK HERE Information:   https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/ (Source:...
Ireland Lights Up 2019!

Ireland Lights Up 2019!

Do you want to get moving and active this New Year, but you have nowhere to go? Do you find it hard to find a safe and well-lit area to go for a walk during the dark winter months? Well, Ballyvary Hurling Club club has the answer! We’re coming on board with Operation...

Midwest Radio Interview with Luke Fitzmaurice

Luke Fitzmaurice,  former chairman of the Mayo County Hurling Board being interviewed on Midwest Radio about the decision of Mayo County Board not to allocate a proportion of the JP McManus donation to Ballyvary Hurling Club and Caiseal Gaels “The great irony is...
Statement on exclusion of allocation of J.P. McManus funding

Statement on exclusion of allocation of J.P. McManus funding

Statement from Ballyvary Hurling 28th September 2018 Ballyvary Hurling Club is deeply disappointed to learn that they will receive NO allocation of funding from the generous donation of €100,000 that was made to Mayo County Board by J.P McManus. The club understands...