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Wonderful comeback win for Mayo’s women

The Mayo women footballers got their season off to the best possible start at MacHale Park this evening. Well on top against great rivals Galway at half-time, they looked destined for defeat as they fell six points behind early in the final quarter. But a stirring late comeback, when they scored 1-4 without reply, saw the home team snatch a […]

All four Mayo games available to view this weekend

There are four Mayo teams in League action this weekend and, in these days when all matches have to be played behind closed doors, this morning comes welcome confirmation that all four of them will be available to watch. Two of them will be broadcast on TV and the other two will be streamed online. Let’s take them in the […]

The weekend ahead

It’s Monday evening so already it’s time to box away everything about last weekend’s matches and to switch the focus to the action that’s set to take place this coming weekend. There’s plenty of it too, with no fewer than four Mayo games down for decision between Saturday and Sunday. Like last weekend, there are League matches in football, hurling […]

Season preview – Mayo News football podcast 2021 E1

It’s been a long, long wait for the football-mad Mayo GAA fraternity but, with Covid restrictions once more starting to ease and competitive fixtures at inter-county level confirmed for the year, we can all finally begin to look forward in earnest to another year of football action. Joining in this return to play is the Mayo News football podcast, which […]

Connacht Championship draw on next Monday evening

The draws for the various provincial Championships in hurling and football are set to be made next week. The draws will be made live on RTÉ, split across the Morning Ireland show on Radio One and the station’s Six-One TV news programme. It’s on the latter programme, next Monday evening, that the Connacht Championship draw will be made. They might […]