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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo beat the Rossies

The Mayo senior footballers have beaten the Rossies by 0-15 to 0-9 this evening in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park. Mike, John and Edwin were there to summarise the night’s action and we’ve also got some post-game audio from both Kevin McStay and Davy Burke. This new podcast episode is now online and is available to our club members on Patreon […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Here Comes the Weekend with Boyler

The Rossies are coming this weekend so it’s all to play for in Round Five of the National League. Colm Boyle joins Mike to set the scene as Mayo try to avoid a third successive defeat and get back to winning ways. Boyler assesses where things went wrong against Tyrone last weekend and makes some suggestions about how Mayo can […]

Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: Mayo’s current form has them at a crossroads

In our latest bonus column for our club members on Patreon, Edwin McGreal takes a look at how Mayo’s National League campaign is shaping up so far this year, what Mayo’s management is looking to achieve in terms of how the team is playing and what the implications are for Saturday evening’s clash with Roscommon at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park. […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Chatting with Ciarán Murphy

The GAA season is in full swing so we decided to check in with our favourite Second Captain, Ciarán Murphy.  The Milltown man joins Rob and Mike to chat about Galway’s start to the season, why the National League really isn’t the be-all and end-all and why nobody in Mayo should be panicking yet. The lads also chat about the […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Tyrone beat Mayo

The Mayo senior footballers suffered a four-point defeat to Tyrone in Healy Park this evening, on a scoreline of 1-15 to 1-11.  Rob, John and Mike were there at Omagh to give their final whistle thoughts and you can also hear some reaction from Austin O’Malley, Mayo manager Kevin McStay and Tyrone joint-manager Brian Dooher. This new podcast episode is […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Here Comes the Weekend – chatting with Peter Canavan and Boyler

All roads lead to Omagh for Round 4 of the National League this weekend. So we’re rolling out the big guns to preview Mayo v Tyrone as Mike is joined by Colm Boyle and Peter ‘The Great’ Canavan. The lads chat about the team that Kevin McStay has picked, what Peter has made of Mayo so far, and how both […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo ladies draw with Kerry, now available on all podcast platforms

On Saturday afternoon, Mayo claimed a dramatic draw in their LGFA NFL Division One Round 4 clash with Kerry at Fitzgerald Stadium. We recorded a Final Whistle podcast episode in Killarney and this was made available to our club members on Patreon shortly afterwards. Rob chatted on this podcast episode with Cormac Reape, former Knockmore LGFA manager and current manager […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: A few Tralee takeaways

Billy Joe Padden and Edwin McGreal join Rob to take a closer look at the stories behind Saturday’s final scoreline. Everything from some of the key stats from Mayo’s first defeat of the campaign to the team’s patterns of play are discussed. The lads chat also give their takes on why Mayo are struggling to create goal chances and what […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Kerry edge Mayo

A last gasp David Clifford point snatched the points for Kerry against 14-man Mayo on Saturday evening. Mayo only led for a minute at the start but, despite having Sam Callinan sent off, they fought back from three points down in the closing stages to level the tie going into injury time only to lose it on the last kick […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo ladies draw with Kerry

Mayo claimed a dramatic draw in this afternoon’s LGFA NFL Division One Round 4 clash with Kerry at Fitzgerald Stadium. Twice they battled back from three points in arrears in a low-scoring contest, with late points from Sinéad Walsh and Maria Cannon giving the Westerners a deserved share of the spoils.  After the game Rob chatted with Cormac Reape, former […]