Four matches to follow this coming weekend

Photo: Mayo Camogie

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 of the two days next weekend, with three of the four games are taking place then. Here’s the full list of all the weekend games in which Mayo are involved.

The hurlers will have had a three-week break by the time they take the field at MacHale Park on Saturday. Their NHL Division 2B Round 5 clash with table-toppers Kildare at the Castlebar venue throws in at 2pm that afternoon.

At 5pm that same evening the women’s footballers take on Dublin in the LGFA NFL Division One semi-final. The venue for that game has yet to be confirmed and it’s not clear yet either if it’s to be broadcast on TG4 or streamed on the LGFA/Lidl Player.

Also on Saturday, the county’s camogie team face Cavan in the Camogie Leagues Division 4 semi-final. Neither a venue nor a throw-in time have yet been confirmed for that game.

On Sunday, the men’s footballers have the stage to themselves. They’re in Ennis for the NFL Division Two semi-final, with throw-in at Cusack Park set for 1.45pm. TG4 are broadcasting that game live.

As we get nearer the weekend those missing fixture details as well as information on streaming of the games will become available. Once this happens, I’ll post the relevant details here.

7 thoughts on “Four matches to follow this coming weekend

  1. Super valu justin , not a bother , be a fiver off if ya purchase before friday . Full steam ahead , 6 coaches from westport , 8 from castlebar, 2 from claremorris , several from the erris region , two from achill . Be some scatter of lunatics down in Ennis the weekend by the sounds of it

  2. I don’t think the non attendance at games has bothered me up to now. But not been able to go to this game strangely has bothered me.. I would love to be able to hit the road to Ennis. Like everyone I have accepted that the greater circumstances trump the need to attend games.. but we are so close now to having crowds back and I have some very fond memories and great days out in Ennis. I don’t have sky so it’s mad west for me.. or maybe I could go for a beer garden pint of guiness with the match on a big screen.

  3. Another pre match week TG. Something to look forward to. I just wish teams or panel for game were announced earlier
    I think the GAA are missing a trick here. I am pissed off of listing to the sports news on the radio about everything except Gaa. We need a proper media guru in Cork Park. I don’t want to be hearing about Cricket or indeed Soccer on the sports news. Perhaps this should be tied into the contract to cover our games. Rant over now back to my whiskey.

  4. Game on TG4, heard it advertised on the same channel yesterday..Not 100% sure if it’s (Live) Beo, .. or (delayed) Iarbeo, but Clare V Mayo was the first on the TG4 caption.. it will be very frustrating if it’s delayed and trying not to know the result beforehand.

  5. Good man Sean, I have my name booked on Treaceys from Ballina!

    But seriously, with 200 allowed, is each county getting 100 each, or like the North for the last two weekends just given to home counties only? It’s odd there’s no statement yet.

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