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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo v Club Stars charity game

Our final Final Whistle pod of 2023 took us back to the Dome for this afternoon’s fundraising game in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association which featured a Mayo selection up against a Club Stars team. In a high-scoring encounter played in the weather-proof conditions under the Dome, Mayo ran out the winners by 7-20 to 0-17. After […]

Goals galore under the Dome

It was, in hindsight, an inspired decision to shift this match from Claremorris to the Dome. On my way down from Dublin this morning I’d battled through heavy rain and howling winds but the day down here in the west was fine and sunny for a time. The beating rain outside was, though, clearly audible during the match and, sitting […]

Details for tomorrow’s charity match

As most of you will no doubt be aware by now, the venue and time for tomorrow’s Mayo GAA charity match, in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association, was altered earlier today, in light of the poor weather forecast for tomorrow. The match is now confirmed for the Dome at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence. Throw-in is […]

Ticketing and streaming details for Mayo GAA charity game

With only a few hours to go ’till Christmas Eve it definitely feels like it’s past time to shut up shop here for the festive season. However, ticketing and streaming details for the charity match between a Mayo selection and a county Club Stars team at Claremorris this day week (30th December, throw-in 1.30pm) have now been confirmed so it’s […]

Team to face Sligo named

We’ve named our team for tomorrow’s Senior football challenge match against Sligo, the first game under the new management team headed by Kevin McStay. The match, which is being held in association with Mindspace Mayo to raise awareness about mental health issues, will be played at James Stephens Park, Ballina, where throw-in is 1pm. Here’s the starting fifteen we’ve named […]

Ticket and streaming details for Sligo game

With Christmas safely behind us and another New Year barrelling rapidly in our direction, the start of another year of inter-county action is now but days away. Mayo’s 2023 season gets underway next Monday, 2nd January, with a New Year’s Senior football challenge match against neighbours Sligo. The game is being played at James Stephens Park, Ballina, where throw-in that […]