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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 […]

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 […]

Mayo 2-21 Down 1-11 – dominant opening round display

If momentum truly is an important factor in this year’s condensed inter-county season, then the early evidence from Mayo is already looking positive. Once we got on top of this National League opener at a rain-soaked MacHale Park today we fairly showed Down a clean pair of heels and we won pulling up well before the finish. We were never […]

The day before

The time is now ticking down rapidly ahead of the footballers’ first competitive outing of 2021. In fact we’re now less than 24 hours out from the big throw-in. To complicate matters, there are three separate Mayo matches that are worth keeping track of tomorrow. The footballers’ NFL Division Two North clash with Down at MacHale Park at 2pm we […]