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Tickets for Sligo challenge match now on sale

Tickets for the New Year Senior football challenge match against Sligo – to be played at James Stephens Park, Ballina on 2nd January (throw-in 1pm) – are now on sale. The link to purchase tickets online is here. As already announced, this is a fundraiser for Mindspace Mayo, with the aim of shining a light on mental health issues. A […]

Challenge match against Sligo on 2nd January

It was announced by Mayo GAA this morning that a Senior football challenge match between Mayo and Sligo is to take place on Monday, 2nd January. The match will be played at James Stephens Park in Ballina (throw-in 1pm) and is being held in conjunction with Mayo GAA’s charity partners Mindspace to help shine a spotlight on mental health issues. […]

Useful run-out for fringe players

The notion behind The Underdogs show on TG4 is that it provides a platform for footballers who haven’t made it at county level to showcase their talents. Tonight’s televised match between a Mayo selection and the Underdogs at MacHale Park was, however, as much about the emerging talent in the Green and Red jerseys as it was the lads in […]

Easy enough in Enniskillen

As has already been noted in the comments, we won this evening’s challenge match up in Enniskillen where we overcame Fermanagh on a scoreline of 3-14 to 1-12. Because it was only a friendly tie, there wasn’t the usual tsunami of social network updates for this one but the redoubtable @fermanagh4sam (see, they’ve got their own Nigel) kept the world […]