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Hurlers march on to Christy Ring Cup final

The county’s hurlers this afternoon made it a happy return to MacHale Park when they got the better of Derry by 2-23 to 2-18. The win confirms Mayo’s place – for the first time ever – in the final of the Christy Ring Cup. The decider takes place at Croke Park next weekend where Kildare will provide the opposition. Today’s […]

U17 team named to play Galway this evening

We’ve named our match day panel for this evening’s Connacht U17 Championship clash with Galway at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 7pm). Here’s the list of the starting team and subs we’ve named for this Round 4 fixture: We’ve made one change to the team that got the better of Sligo last weekend. Back into the starting team comes James Maheady – […]

Qualifiers, contenders and LGFA preview – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E19

As the football Championship begins to gather pace, in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast Mike and Rob are joined by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent to chat about the summer campaign and Mayo’s possible place in it. They start by looking at the qualifiers and kind of draw that Mayo can expect in it. Colm then […]

This weekend’s matches

It’s midweek so already it’s time to be thinking about the matches involving the county that are on this coming weekend. This time there are four such matches, one in U17 football, two in hurling and one in women’s football, with one game on Friday, two on Saturday and one on Sunday. Here are the details you need on all […]

Ring Cup clash with Derry fixed for MacHale Park

Mayo GAA confirmed earlier on today that next Saturday’s crunch Christy Ring Cup clash with Derry next Saturday will be played at MacHale Park. The official announcement on this is here. In that announcement, Saturday’s game – which throws in at Castlebar at 1pm – has been styled as a Ring Cup semi-final. In competition terms that’s not strictly speaking […]