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Kerry match fixed for 4pm at Croke Park on Sunday week

The GAA earlier on today confirmed fixture details for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals. The four ties will, as expected, be played as two double-headers the weekend after next. Clare and Derry meet on Saturday 25th June at 3.45pm, followed by Dublin and Cork at 6pm. Both of those games will be broadcast on Sky. Then on Sunday 26th, Galway and […]

Aiden Orme is our MOTM from yesterday’s game

Yesterday’s dramatic comeback win over Armagh yesterday was, in essence, a team achievement. Several players came to the fore as we battled it out with the Orchard County at Dr Hyde Park, eventually overwhelming them with a late unanswered scoring burst of five points. That made the MOTM poll for the game an interesting one, as there wasn’t an obvious […]

Monday match reports

The bad news is that it’s Monday morning once again. The good news, however, is that there’s a bit of online coverage about what was, for the greater part, a successful weekend for the county. Here goes: Men’s win over Armagh Locals: Connaught Telegraph, Mayo Advertiser, Belfast Live (live blog). Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Irish Independent, Irish Sun, Irish […]

Four changes for Armagh game

We’ve named our match day panel for the Armagh game. Here’s the team and subs we’ve named: Mayo (NFL Division One v Armagh, 27/2/2022): Rob Hennelly (Breaffy); Lee Keegan (Westport), Rory Brickenden (Westport), Michael Plunkett (Ballintubber|); Oisín Mullin (Kilmaine), Stephen Coen (Hollymount/Carramore, captain), Sam Callinan (Ballina Stephenites); Jordan Flynn (Crossmolina Deel Rovers), Matthew Ruane (Breaffy); Fionn McDonagh (Westport), Diarmuid O’Connor […]

Four Mayo matches on this weekend

This coming weekend is set to be another busy one for teams from the county, with four matches set to take place. One of these takes place on Saturday while the other three are on Sunday. The game on Saturday involves the U20 footballers who play their second match in the Leo Murphy Cup. This one’s away to Derry, at […]

Armagh game not on TV

In different ways, I think we’re all finding the unwinding of Covid measures a bit strange. Do we really want to go without masks on public transport? Who, in truth, wants to return to commuting and the office five days a week? And how on earth are we going to live without having every GAA match either broadcast or streamed […]