For results click here October 21st Punchestown and Cork Showgrounds October 28th Punchestown November 4th Punchestown November 11th Punchestown November 18th Cork Showgrounds November 25th Punchestown December 2nd Punchestown December 9th Abbotstown December 16th Punchestown the League will run for each age groupwith the best five scores counting. Prize giving will be on Sunday 16th All entries will be via itsplainsailing on the entries page on this website.click Times will be sent on WhatsApp and will be published on Facebook closer to the time.
U17 All Ireland League 2018
Congratulations to the Armagh Team winners of the Under 17 All Ireland league
OPEN. Easter. NI Champs. Cork show. EOS. Total best 3/4 ARMAGH 4. 2. 0. 4. 10
TYRONE/ 3. 4. 0. 2. 9 LAOIS.
DERRY. 2. 3. 0. 1. 6 CORK. 0. 0. 0. 3. 3
Open All Ireland League 2018
OPEN. Easter. NI Champs. Cork show. EOS. Total best 3/4 KILDARE. 5. 5. 5. 0. 15
CORK. 4. 1. 4. 4. 12
CO.DOWN BLUE. 3. 2. 4. 0. 9
ARMAGH. 2. 3. 3. 3. 9
CO.DOWN GREEN. 1. 0. 0. 0. 1
Congratulations to Kildare Open winners of the All Ireland League
Irish Ball 2019
After the success of MGA Ireland in 2018 we have decided to run another MGA Irish Ball in 2019. Please be sure to keep the date free.
Saturday 16th Februrary 2019 The Killeshin Hotel & Leisure Club Portlaoise
More information to follow.
A look at our amazing achievements in 2017
Congratulations to our Open World Team Champions on winning the World Team Championships in South Africa. The team consists of Tony Whooley, Craig O'Connor, Mark Devitt, Graham Beirne and Ben O'Connor. Trained by Jerome O'Connor.
A look back at 2016
2016 was a busy year and saw the first ever running of the all Ireland league. The league was run over five weeks and the open winners were Kildare while the U17 title was won by Co.Cork. Many of our members traveled to the UK and Europe for International Competitions however the main event of the year was the hosting of the WTC which was held in the Green Glens Arena in Millstreet Co.Cork.
Ben O'Connor Silver medalist European Individuals in Germany.
Irish under 17 team Silver medalists World Team Championships.
Irish Open Team fourth in World Team Championships.
Leo & Stevie Kieran winners in the U17 British Pairs.
Aishling O'Leary and Ian Hyland U17 World Pairs finalist.
Sadie Hyland and Saoirse Wynn U14 World Pairs finalist.
Other World Pair finalists include: Mark Devitt, Mackenzie Taylor and Jake O'Connor.
World Individual Finalist and fourth placed was Jake O'Connor.
These are only some of the achievements of Irish riders competing abroad this year. The numbers of riders competing at the top level continues to grow every year with 26 Irish riders competing at the World Individuals this year, 25 riders travelling to the Welsh Team Championships (Making up teams across all age groups), 16 riders competing at the World Pairs, as well as 2 teams and numerous Individual riders travelling to Germany to compete at the European championships.
2014 as a whole
Its been a great year for Mga Ireland with both European and world titles being won by Irish riders!
- U17 World Individual Champion (Peter McCarthy) - European Individual Champion (Alan Keoghan) - Reserve U12 World Individual Champion (Darragh Carolan) - Reserve Open World Individual Champion (Craig O'Connor) - U17 World Pair Champions (Philip Weldon & Peter McCarthy) - European Open Team Champions (Kate, Craig, Jake & Ben O'Connor & Mark Devitt) - Reserve Open World Team Champions (Jamie Reavey, Alan Keoghan, Craig, Kate & Jake O'Connor)