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Camogie team land Nancy Murray Cup

It was tense and it was tight but in the end Mayo’s camogie team emerged with a two-point victory over Tyrone in today’s Nancy Murray Cup final. They won today’s decider, played at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon, by 3-8 to 1-12. Early on it looked as if Mayo – back competing at inter-county level in camogie this year after […]

LIVE: Mayo v Tyrone, Nancy Murray Cup final

While much of the talk in Mayo today will be on the All-Ireland football final between Mayo and Tyrone the weekend after next, there’s another national title down for decision between the two counties later on today. This is the final of the Nancy Murray Cup – essentially camogie’s equivalent to hurling’s Nicky Rackard Cup – in which Mayo play […]

Two camogie finals on this weekend

It’s been a year of significant achievement for Mayo Camogie, with a successful return to inter-county action at adult level after an absence of several years and great progress being made at underage too. This weekend sees all the year’s hard work come to fruition, with two camogie team from the county contesting All-Ireland finals. First up are the Minors […]

Minor camogie team into final

The men’s footballers aren’t the only Mayo team looking forward to contesting an All-Ireland final this year. That’s because yesterday the county’s Minor camogie team overcame Wicklow in the All-Ireland C semi-final and now face Cavan in the decider. Yesterday’s semi-final against the Garden County was a cracking contest, one that went to extra-time. In the end, the Mayo team […]

Camogie team named for tomorrow

The county’s camogie team take centre-stage this weekend. They’re in Nancy Murray Cup action tomorrow evening, in which they play Louth at the semi-final stage. The match has been fixed for the Raharney Hurling Club in Killucan, Co. Westmeath at 5.30pm and here’s the team we’ve named for it: Mayo (Nancy Murray Cup semi-final v Louth, 21/8/2021): Aoibheann Crawley (Na […]

Tuesday match reports

A round-up of match reports on a Tuesday morning is a bit of a rarity here on the blog but there were matches on involving Mayo over the last three days so here’s a very quick gallop on the resultant coverage that’s out there on these games. Rackard Cup final: GAA, Mayo GAA, RTÉ, BBC, Mayo Advertiser, Connaught Telegraph, Western […]

24k for semis + other stuff

RTÉ have got confirmation from Government sources this afternoon that agreement has been reached in relation to maximum attendances for this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals and finals. 24,000 supporters will be allowed to attend each of the four semi-final matches while 40,000 will be maximum for both deciders. Given that our semi-final is very likely going to be against Dublin, it […]