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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 […]

Master fixtures schedule for 2023 published

The GAA published its Master Fixtures Schedule for 2023. The link for it is here. The finalised schedule confirms all the major (and minor) dates for fixtures next year. For example, the All-Ireland football final is fixed for the final weekend next July, with the Connacht final scheduled for the first weekend in May and the first All-Ireland round-robin matches […]

Mayo team named for #Play4Emma fundraising match this evening

Tonight’s the night at the Connacht GAA Dome in Bekan where Michael Moyles’ Mayo LGFA team take on All-Ireland champions Meath in the #Play4Emma fundraising match. The match gets underway inside this wonderful indoor arena at 7.30pm this evening. Tickets aren’t required to attend the match and there’s no entrance fee either but there’ll be collection buckets at the venue […]

Play for Emma under the Dome on Friday evening

The Connacht GAA Air Dome in Bekan is the place to be this coming Friday evening, when a special fundraising LGFA football match takes place between back-to-back All-Ireland champions Meath and Mayo. The match is being played as a fundraiser for the #Play4Emma appeal, which aims to raise funds for a treatment plan for Killala native, Emma Langan, who was […]

Connacht three-in-a-row for terrific Tooreen

The hurlers of Tooreen have done it again. For the third year in a row and for the fourth time in six years, Tooreen this afternoon captured the Connacht Intermediate hurling title. They did so by beating Galway’s Killimor by 0-22 to 1-15 at Athleague in today’s Connacht IHC decider and so once again they get a chance to shoot […]

The weekend’s games

The world keeps turning. As it always does, as it must. The last while, when I’ve been inactive here, hasn’t been kind for Mayo clubs. All three of the men’s teams fell at the first hurdle in their respective Connacht club Championships, all to Galway opposition. LGFA Senior champions Burrishoole bowed out, also to a Galway team, in the Connacht […]

The weekend’s matches

After a quiet weekend on the club front last time out – when only Tooreen were in action, beating London’s St Gabriel’s to clinch their place in the Connacht IHC final – the weekend coming up is, by contrast, a busy enough one. Starting with men’s football, Westport take the field for the very first time in the Connacht SFC […]