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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo Minors win Connacht

The Mayo Minors have been crowned Connacht champions for the third year in a row after beating Roscommon by a scoreline of 0-14 to 0-10. Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty who was at Dr. Hyde Park to see the game. You can also hear post-match audio from Mayo minor joint manager David Heaney. This new podcast episode is […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Are Mayo back on the horse?

After getting back to winning ways against Cavan, Mayo’s camp was hit by the news that Paddy Durcan will miss the rest of the season. So Mike and Colm Boyle had plenty to talk about when they caught up for a chat 72 hours after the Cavan match. Boyler reflects on the bad news about Paddy’s knee injury and talks […]

Connacht Minor final fixed for Hyde Park on Friday evening

The county’s Minor footballers are set to take on Roscommon on Friday evening in the Connacht MFC final. The game has been fixed for Dr Hyde Park where throw-in is 7.30pm. If you’re planning on going to the game – and, if you haven’t yet seen this Mayo team in the flesh, they’re well worth a look – the ticket […]

Cillian O’Connor is our MOTM from yesterday’s game

Once a nailed-on first fifteen man for us, Cillian O’Connor yesterday started a Championship game for the first time in nearly two years. Even after coming back from the serious Achilles tendon injury he suffered in 2020, Cillian has had a constant battle with injury so it was great to see him back fighting fit against Cavan at Hastings Insurance […]

Sunday match reports

It’s a gloriously sunny summer’s morning here in the west but, sadly, I’ve little time to linger as I’m back on the road to the capital soon. Yesterday was a long one, as match days always are, and, after the Final Whistle pod had been recorded and the match report on the blog completed, I snapped the photo above before […]

Hurlers through to Rackard Cup final

The big match at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park wasn’t the only one involving the county today. There were three other Mayo games on, which resulted in a win, a draw and a loss. Let’s have a quick rundown on these three results. The draw occurred at Dr Hyde Park where the county’s Senior hurlers were in action against Roscommon in […]