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Tomorrow’s matches

There are three matches of interest tomorrow, all of great importance in different ways. Let’s start with the one in which there’s an All-Ireland title on offer. This is the LGFA U14 Platinum All-Ireland final, in which Mayo are up against Cork. The game throws in at Nenagh tomorrow afternoon at 3.30pm. The last time the county won this title […]

Tickets on sale for Monaghan and Cork games

Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming matches against Monaghan and Cork, details of which are as follows. First, the All-Ireland MFC quarter-final match against Monaghan, which throws in at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon, this coming Saturday (10th June) at 5.15pm. This is a double-header, with the Derry/Galway quarter-final on first, at 3.30pm. Tickets for this one are available […]

Injuries update

As is so often the case over the course of a Championship campaign, we’ve an evolving story with injuries right now so it’s worthwhile setting out what’s known at this point about where we stand on that front. Speaking to the Mayo News after the Louth game on Sunday (here), Kevin McStay revealed that all-time Championship top scorer Cillian O’Connor […]

Cork match fixed for Limerick on Sunday week

The GAA have, at last, confirmed the fixture details for all of the All-Ireland SFC Round 3 group stage games the weekend after next. After various rumours and counter-rumours in recent days, our game against Cork has been fixed for the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick on Sunday 18th June, with a 2pm throw-in. This – along with Cusack Park in […]

Monday match reports

It’s the day after the match, I’m still in the west and it’s still roasting. There’s nothing like an Irish summer’s day when the sun decides to shine. Here’s what’s online about our one-point win over a battling Louth side yesterday: Locals: Mayo News, Connaught Telegraph, Western People, Dundalk Democrat, LM FM. Nationals: Irish Independent (match report, Kevin McStay quotes), […]

Mayo 0-14 Louth 1-10: narrow win in stifling conditions

Kevin McStay was at pains to point out before and after the Kerry game that the two points on offer down in Killarney would also be on offer for us against Louth and Cork. Our one-point win over the Wee County this afternoon – the first time we’ve beaten them at Castlebar – got us the two points from this […]

Game day – no-drama win the objective today

Every county in the country is playing a football Championship game of some sorts this weekend. For us, it’s an All-Ireland SFC Round 2 group stage match against Louth. The game throws in at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park at 2pm this afternoon, Cavan’s Noel Mooney is the ref and the match is live on RTÉ. We’re coming into today’s game […]