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Monday match reports

With most of the action involving us over the previous two weeks taking place on the Saturday, it’s made sense to do this post on the Sunday but the weekend just gone saw matches involving us on both days with the men’s match taking place yesterday. That means shifting this one to today so as a result it’s welcome to […]

Streaming details for this weekend’s games

The weekend is fast approaching and we’ve three Mayo matches in three different codes on over Saturday and Sunday. They’re all being played, of course, behind closed doors but all three will be available to view. The camogie match against Louth is the first one that’ll be contested. That takes place on Saturday at Adrian Freeman Memorial Park in Tooreen […]

Matches on this weekend

The four matches involving Mayo last weekend are disappearing away in the rearview mirror, the ones that are on next weekend are up ahead and coming closer. It’s a quiet weekend by comparison – just the three games this time – with action on both Saturday and Sunday. Let’s start with the team that won’t be taking the field next […]

Game day – it all starts here

Over five months on from our final competitive outing of 2019 James Horan’s Mayo team tonight take the field in their first meaningful game of 2020. A tasty one it is too, with Donegal the opposition at MacCumhaill Park this evening in the opening round of this year’s National League Division One campaign. Ref David Coldrick is set to throw […]

Loads of action this weekend

Saturday night sees the long-awaited start of the National Football League – in which we open the defence of the title we won at Croke Park last March – but our Round 1 opener against Donegal at MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey that evening isn’t the only Mayo-related action on this weekend. Far from it. In fact, there are no fewer […]

Hurlers get Rackard Cup campaign back on track

Following last weekend’s shock defeat to Tyrone, it was in effect do-or-die for the county’s hurlers in this afternoon’s Rackard Cup Round 2 clash with Louth at MacHale Park. The lads stood up well, though, running out comprehensive winners over the Wee County on a scoreline of 3-23 to 1-13. Match report by Colm Gannon for the Mayo Advertiser is […]