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Reminder about the weekend’s club Championship action

The Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championships all get underway this coming weekend so I thought it might be worthwhile just to remind everyone about the arrangements for the matches that are taking place tomorrow and Sunday. First, a list of all the matches that are on this weekend in the SFC, IFC and JFC is here. Next, if you’re […]

More on Mayo GAA TV coverage

Ahead of the opening round of matches this weekend in the club Championships, Mayo GAA provided some more information today (here) about the games they play to stream live via their Mayo GAA TV service. This coming weekend they’re streaming matches on both Saturday and Sunday. The first of these features Moclair Cup holders Knockmore who open the defence of […]

Looking ahead

Right, 72 hours or so have passed since the final whistle was blown in this year’s All-Ireland final – and, with it, time called once again on our hopes of lifting the Sam Maguire – and the world has kept on turning. As it always must, as it always will. Fair play to the lot of you, you’ve kept the […]

Fixture schedule is published

The GAA today published its updated Master Fixtures calendar for 2021, confirming that the year’s inter-county football action will get underway in the middle of May. The National Football League starts on the weekend of 15th/16th May, five weeks from Sunday, and, as signalled previously, it’ll be run this year on a regionalised basis, comprising groups of just four teams. […]

Horan sounds happy ahead of the return to the fray

James Horan has been quiet enough on the media front since last December’s All-Ireland final but he’s returned to the circuit in recent days. I gather there’ll be a bit of coverage with him in the local print media over the coming week and, ahead of this, the Mayo manager did an interview with Caoimhín Rowland for CRCfm’s Saturday Sport […]

A year on

It’s certainly not an anniversary to celebrate but if nothing else it’s worth noting that it’s a full year to the day since our lives were upended due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. It was on this day exactly twelve months ago that then Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced from Washington DC the first suite of public health restrictions, including a […]