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GAA publishes 2022 master fixtures schedule

With the reindeers’ hooves almost ready to clatter onto the rooftops accompanied by a generous side portion of ho-ho-hoing, the GAA has finally released details of its master fixtures schedule for next year. You’ll find it all here. Of most immediate interest, given that the action gets underway in just over a month’s time, will be the National League fixtures […]

Connacht club final fixture details confirmed

The Connacht club football Championship finals are set to be contested early in the New Year and earlier today the fixture details for the Senior, Intermediate and Junior deciders were confirmed. In the Senior final Knockmore once again make the short journey into town as their provincial title decider against Padraig Pearses of Roscommon has been fixed for James Stephens […]

Andy Moran meets Billy Joe – Mayo News football podcast 2021 E45

With a long and distinguished playing career at inter-county level – capped by two All-Stars and the Footballer of the Year award in 2017 – Andy Moran was one of Mayo’s top performers in an era when the county challenged seriously for national honours year after year. Since retiring as a player, Andy has turned his attention to coaching and, […]

Bad draw for both ourselves and Galway

The 2022 Connacht Championship draw that was made a short while ago today certainly didn’t do ourselves or Galway any favours. We’ve been drawn against each other at the quarter-final stage, with the winners then facing Leitrim or London in the semis. On the other side of the draw, meanwhile, Roscommon have to all intents and purposes been handed a […]

Provincial Championship draws on tomorrow

The contours of next year’s inter-county season will take further shape tomorrow, as the provincial Championship draws are set to take place then. Unlike the pre-Covid era, it’ll be a low-key event broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport show where the draws will take place just after 3pm. With the defeat of the reform proposals for inter-county competition structures […]

Oisín’s off to Oz

The news that, in truth, we’ve all been dreading to hear has tonight been confirmed – Oisín Mullin is definitely heading off to Australia. Geelong Cats have announced (here) that they’ve signed the Kilmaine club man on a rookie contract. This is obviously a great opportunity for Oisín. He has all the qualities to succeed in the professional game and […]