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Cúl Camps and coaching – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E33

For boys and girls alike, the GAA’s Cúl camps are an essential part of the summer right across the country. In this latest episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, Mike Finnerty visits the Mayo GAA Cúl Camp at Hollymount/Carramore GAA club to talk with some of the coaches who are working at grassroots level in the county. The pod features […]

Club Championships – group stage fixtures

The Senior, Intermediate and Junior football Championships are set to get underway on the first weekend of September. Earlier on today Mayo GAA released details of the three rounds of group matches in all three competitions. Round 1 matches will take place on the weekend of 2nd/4th September, Round 2 is on the following weekend and then there’s a week’s […]

Any word on a manager? – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E32

As the process to appoint the next Mayo senior manager rumbles on, in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast host Mike Finnerty catches up with Colm Keys of the Irish Independent and with Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden to talk about the latest developments. Firstly, Colm tackles the talking point of whether or not Mayo’s managerial appointment process is working well so far […]

Who was our Player of the Year?

Here we are, with August not even half-over yet, and the year’s inter-county action is already a distant, fading memory. Before we forget completely about our 2022 inter-county year, however, there’s one job that needs to be done. Now, with the management appointment process rumbling on at a glacially slow pace and chat in the comments already veering towards topics […]

The weekend’s club results

The split season is now well and truly upon us, with nothing but club action on the horizon for several months now. This means that the Senior League matches that were on this weekend, which normally wouldn’t be of widespread interest, are definitely worthy of mention. This weekend saw the League quarter-finals – a bit of an oxymoron for sure […]

All-Ireland title win for U16 camogie team

It’s not every day of the week that the county wins an All-Ireland title. Today was one of those rare days, when the Mayo U16 camogie team overcame the challenge of Cavan in this afternoon’s All-Ireland U16D camogie final. This All-Ireland title decider, played at Coralstown GAA club, Kinnegad, finished in an emphatic 4-12 to 1-3 victory for the Green […]