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Mayo Football Podcast episode: chatting with Michael Moyles

The Aussies are coming to Mayo this weekend so we decided to find out more about what’s happening in Charlestown on Saturday. Mike is joined by former Mayo footballer Michael Moyles, who is the manager of the Ireland International Rules women’s masters team that are playing Australia this weekend. The lads also chat about the International Rules matches that will […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: chatting with Niamh Kelly

The former Mayo ladies captain is back from Australia for a few weeks and reflecting on a stellar season. Niamh talks to Mike Finnerty about life in the AFLW with the Adelaide Crows and becoming only the second Irish woman to make the All-Australian team. The Bohola woman also chats about her time with Mayo, the chances of wearing the […]

Oisín’s departure an early blow for new management team

It’s been well flagged in recent weeks but last night’s official confirmation that Oisín Mullin is departing for Australia shortly to take up a professional AFL contract with Geelong is nonetheless a significant blow for the county ahead of next year’s inter-county campaign. At a personal level, it’s only right to wish Oisín well. We’re all given only one life […]

Oisín is staying!

Mayo GAA announced within the last hour that two-time Young Footballer of the Year Oisín Mullin has decided to stay in Ireland to concentrate on playing for Mayo and for his club Kilmaine. The statement from Mayo GAA confirming Oisín’s decision is here. As he confirms in the statement, the opportunity to go to Australia to play Aussie Rules professionally […]

FBD Review – Mayo News football podcast 2022 E1

The New Year has already seen football action at both inter-county and club levels, with Mayo edged out by Galway in the FBD League in the novel surroundings of the Air Dome at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, while Kilmeena and Knockmore experienced contrasting fortunes in their respective Connacht football finals.  In this first Mayo News football podcast episode […]

Oisín’s off to Oz

The news that, in truth, we’ve all been dreading to hear has tonight been confirmed – Oisín Mullin is definitely heading off to Australia. Geelong Cats have announced (here) that they’ve signed the Kilmaine club man on a rookie contract. This is obviously a great opportunity for Oisín. He has all the qualities to succeed in the professional game and […]

Oisín’s departure a bad but inevitable blow

The news that broke this morning about the likely impending departure for Australia and the AFL of Oisín Mullin is a bad blow for the county’s football team. An All-Star and Young Footballer of the Year in his debut season at inter-county level in 2020, the Kilmaine player quickly established himself as one of our most important performers. The news […]