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Ladies into quarter-finals after Cavan scare

Early in the second half of today’s entertaining LGFA Senior Championship group match between Mayo and Cavan at Pearse Park in Longford, everything seemed to be going in the right way from our point of view. We led by eight points at that stage and looked well on course to seal the win that would guarantee the team’s place in […]

The weekend’s matches

Another Friday rolls around, with the weekend up ahead once more. It’s another one that sees Mayo teams in Championship action, with both matches involving the county’s women. Both pf this weekend’s matches are, coincidentally, against Cavan. Tomorrow it’s a meeting of Mayo and Cavan in the Premier Junior Camogie Championship. This match takes place at St Patrick’s Park, Westport, […]

Ladies are tops against Tipp

The county’s women footballers made a winning start this afternoon to the group stage in this year’s LGFA All-Ireland Championship. In a first round Group A match played at MacHale Park they proved far too strong for Tipperary and ran out winners by 1-16 to 1-6. The Premier County bagged the opening score of the game, pointing soon after the […]

Six of the best as semi-final spot is secured

The men weren’t the only ones in action today as the county’s women footballers also had a League Division One match this afternoon. The LGFA match took place in Tuam against neighbours Galway and it ended in an emphatic win for Michael Moyles’ team, as they came out on top by 6-6 to 2-8. Sinéad Walsh – lining out for […]

Joe McQuillan is the ref for the final

Cavan official Joe McQuillan was today confirmed as the referee for this year’s All-Ireland final. It’s the fourth time the Kill Shamrocks clubman will officiate in a decider, having first done so for the Dublin/Kerry final in 2011. He was also in charge of two finals involving us, in 2013 and 2017, both against Dublin. Linesmen for the decider on […]

Camogie team land Nancy Murray Cup

It was tense and it was tight but in the end Mayo’s camogie team emerged with a two-point victory over Tyrone in today’s Nancy Murray Cup final. They won today’s decider, played at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon, by 3-8 to 1-12. Early on it looked as if Mayo – back competing at inter-county level in camogie this year after […]

Two camogie finals on this weekend

It’s been a year of significant achievement for Mayo Camogie, with a successful return to inter-county action at adult level after an absence of several years and great progress being made at underage too. This weekend sees all the year’s hard work come to fruition, with two camogie team from the county contesting All-Ireland finals. First up are the Minors […]

Tuesday match reports

A round-up of match reports on a Tuesday morning is a bit of a rarity here on the blog but there were matches on involving Mayo over the last three days so here’s a very quick gallop on the resultant coverage that’s out there on these games. Rackard Cup final: GAA, Mayo GAA, RTÉ, BBC, Mayo Advertiser, Connaught Telegraph, Western […]