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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle -Mayo Minors Beat Cork

On the whistle report from Ennis as the Minor footballers advance to All-Ireland semi-final. Rob Murphy caught up with both managers after today’s game and has a post match chat with John Stagg. This new podcast episode is now online and is available to our club members on Patreon – it’s HERE. To get access to this pod and to all […]

LIVE: Mayo v Cork, All-Ireland MFC quarter-final

Better late than never: here, with apologies for the delay and with thanks to TG4 who are providing the live stream on their YouTube channel, from Cusack Park in Ennis is live coverage of today’s All-Ireland MFC quarter-final between our lads and Cork. It’s already half-time in Ennis and we’re up by 2-8 to 0-3 so it’s looking good. Up […]

Team news for weekend games

We’ve named our teams for the Minor match against Cork on Saturday and the LGFA game against Dublin on Sunday. Here are details of both, starting with the match day panel for the Minor game: Mayo (All-Ireland MFC quarter-final v Cork 8/6/2024): Nathan Roddy (Ardnaree Sarsfields); Conor Coghill (Breaffy), Tom Hession (Eastern Gaels, captain), Daithí Butler (The Neale); David Hurley […]

The weekend’s matches

The county is involved in two football Championship matches this weekend, the first of which involves the Minors and the second the ladies. Here are the details you need on these games. The Minors face Cork in the All-Ireland quarter-final on Saturday. The match is being played at Cusack Park in Ennis – which so often has been a happy […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: chatting with Fiona McHale

The Mayo ladies star is one of the most interesting, insightful and outspoken people in the country when it comes to Gaelic football. Mike chatted to Fiona about Mayo’s recent trip to Cork that turned into something of a farce before the LGFA league match was actually played. They also talked about everything from double-headers, to integration, to Cora Staunton’s […]

Sunday match reports

It’s another wet and cold morning here in the west but, after yesterday’s results for the county, it’s nothing but bright sunshine inside. The men won, the women won too and, for good measure, so did the camogie team. I’ve no match report to point you towards in relation to that camogie match. It’s worth recording, however, that it was […]

VENUE CHANGE: LGFA match now on at Páirc Uí Chaoimh at 5.30pm

There’s a last-minute change of venue for today’s LGFA National League Division One match between Cork and Mayo. The game was meant to be played in Mallow at 2.30pm but it was announced a short time ago that it’ll now go ahead instead at Páirc Uí Chaoimh starting at 5.30pm this evening. This match was meant to be streamed live […]