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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo Minors win Connacht

The Mayo Minors have been crowned Connacht champions for the third year in a row after beating Roscommon by a scoreline of 0-14 to 0-10. Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty who was at Dr. Hyde Park to see the game. You can also hear post-match audio from Mayo minor joint manager David Heaney. This new podcast episode is […]

Connacht Minor final fixed for Hyde Park on Friday evening

The county’s Minor footballers are set to take on Roscommon on Friday evening in the Connacht MFC final. The game has been fixed for Dr Hyde Park where throw-in is 7.30pm. If you’re planning on going to the game – and, if you haven’t yet seen this Mayo team in the flesh, they’re well worth a look – the ticket […]

Hurlers through to Rackard Cup final

The big match at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park wasn’t the only one involving the county today. There were three other Mayo games on, which resulted in a win, a draw and a loss. Let’s have a quick rundown on these three results. The draw occurred at Dr Hyde Park where the county’s Senior hurlers were in action against Roscommon in […]

Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: Mayo need a statement performance

Former Mayo player and four-time All-Star Colm Boyle has been a regular voice on the Mayo Football Podcast for some time. Today Colm makes his debut as a columnist on Patreon for our club members, where he argues that some tweaks are needed to our formation for the Cavan game, in which, he reckons, we need to see a statement […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo ladies lose to Galway

Galway are Connacht LGFA senior champions again after a 1-11 to to 0-9 victory over Mayo in Kiltoom on Sunday. Rob Murphy and John look back at the game and we hear from Mayo manager Liam McHale and captain Saoirse Lally. As an added bonus Liam McHale chats to us about the Mayo men in the wake of the Connacht […]

Ladies lose out to Galway in Connacht decider

Mayo this afternoon lost their LGFA Connacht SFC crown, as they came off second best to Galway in the provincial decider at Kiltoom on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-9. On what was a perfect afternoon for football, with bright sunshine and light winds at this well-appointed, elevated venue with view of Lough Ree away in the background, this was […]