We’re back in the final and, because yesterday’s match was an All-Ireland semi-final, there’s obviously oodles of coverage about it. Here are all your Monday morning links to what’s online relating to yesterday’s big win for the lads over Tipperary at a fog-bound Croke Park.
Nationals: Irish Times (live blog, match report, Keith Duggan, post-match quotes, TV view), Sunday World, Irish Examiner (match report, player ratings, post-match quotes from James Horan and David Power, looking ahead to Mayo v Dublin, Colin Sheridan), Irish Independent (match report, post-match quotes, Dick Clerkin, Frank Roche, Vincent Hogan, Eamonn Sweeney), Irish Sun (live blog, match report), Irish Mirror (match report, player ratings, post-match quotes from Cillian O’Connor, five talking points).
Others: GAA (live blog, match report, post-match quotes from James Horan and David Power), RTÉ (live blog, match report, post-match quotes from James Horan, Cillian O’Connor and David Power, player ratings), Sky Sports (live blog, match report, post-match quotes from James Horan), BBC, The 42 (live blog, match report, post-match quotes from James Horan and David Power, post-match analysis), Breaking News, OTB Sports.
The big match review episode of the Mayo News football podcast went online shortly after midnight after yet another herculean editing effort by Rob Murphy. This one simply sizzles with loads of great voices and you’re in for an enjoyable hour in its company – the episode is on SoundCloud here and, of course, many of you will already have it in your podcast feed.
That’s it for now – keep voting in the MOTM poll, which will remain open until later on. Cillian’s on target for another gong, by the looks of it, and, having posted the highest individual score ever in a Championship match yesterday, you’d have to say that this is proper order. You’re the judges, though, so keep casting those votes.
Support the lads as once again they shoot for All-Ireland glory! Play the Mayo GAA Lotto and be in with a chance to win the €8,200 jackpot prize – here.