Good weather prevailed and large crowds attended this historic event, which was held in Ireland for the first time ever. It is the largest organ donor awareness event to take place in Europe this year. The unique Games brought over 350 brave athletes from 24 European countries together to celebrate the 'gift of life'.
For the three Mayo athletes, Regina Hennelly, Darren Cawley and Liam Duffy who were representingIreland, they were games to remember as all three played a major part in Ireland's success.
Regina Hennelly led the way by winning three gold medals, one silver and one bronze. She won gold in the 100m, badminton singles and 4X100m relay with silver in the 400m and bronze in the badminton doubles.
Regina's fantastic feats also earned her the athlete of the games.
Darren Cawley also won three gold medals in the 100m, ball throw and golf singles gross. He capped off a great week by also taking silver in the 400m.
Liam Duffy came home with three medals, gold in ten-pin-bowling and two silver medals in the men's petanque and darts.
So, winning seven of Irelands 40 gold medals copper-fastens the magnificent contribution the Mayo athletes made to the country's success.