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Connacht U20 semi-final is on tomorrow evening

The matches are coming thick and fast right now. Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Connacht SFC semi-final against Leitrim at MacHale Park, the focus switches to Tuam tomorrow evening. It’s there, at St Jarlath’s Park (to give it its infrequently used formal name), that we take on Galway in the Connacht U20 Championship semi-final. The game throws in at […]

Ladies open Championship campaign with a win

Mayo got their LGFA Senior Championship campaign underway in positive fashion this afternoon at Markievicz Park. They were always too strong for Cavan in this opening round fixture in Group 1 of the Championship, winning fairly comfortably on a scoreline of 1-18 to 0-15. Key to the win was an excellent first half goal bagged by Rachel Kearns but, as […]

Ladies Championship campaign starts tomorrow

The LGFA football Championship swings into action this weekend. The Mayo women take the field tomorrow, with their opening round match in Group 1 of the Senior Championship against Cavan taking place at Markievicz Park in Sligo, where throw-in is 2pm. The game is being streamed live on the LGFA/TG4 Player, the link for which is here. Tickets are also […]

Watching the action on Saturday

With only 200 supporters allowed to attend the match at Markievicz Park on Saturday, the only option for the vast majority of us will be to tune in on TV. The hurlers are also in action earlier the same afternoon and, no doubt, some of you will be interested in seeing that game too. Let’s start with the hurling match. […]

Three tough tests today

There are three separate Mayo teams in competitive action today, in three different codes at three different venues. It’s a real jam-packed weekend for the county, with the men’s footballers facing a crunch promotion decider against Clare tomorrow as well. Today it’s hurling, camogie and women’s football that are in focus. Three extremely tough games they’re set to be too, […]

Four matches to follow this coming weekend

As well as being a long weekend it was a quiet one on the following Mayo front, with yesterday’s LGFA match against Westmeath the only one on that involved the county. But hold onto your hats as next weekend approaches as there are four Mayo teams in action then, facing opposition from Ulster, Munster and Leinster. Saturday is the busier […]