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Dubs match, new junior management + more on the Action Plan

It was confirmed officially by the County Board a bit earlier on this evening that our NFL Division One clash with Dublin will, after all, go ahead as was originally planned on Sunday, 20th March.  The Board did give the other side’s request for a Friday evening date a hearing but what scuppered the idea from our perspective was the […]

Dubs seeking Friday night date + Item 11 on County Board’s agenda tomorrow night

According to the Irish Times yesterday, Dublin are trying to get our league match with them – which is currently scheduled to take place on the afternoon of Sunday, 20th March – shifted to the evening of Friday 18th.  On the face of it, this makes some sense given that the Saturday evening appears to be ruled out because of […]

Match reports and reaction + more on the Strategic Action Plan

There’s plenty in the morning papers and elsewhere about yesterday’s match, as well as some stuff about Saturday night’s launch of the  Strategic Action Plan and so, without further ado, here’s what’s out there. First the nationals, where Colm Keys does the honours in the Indo, Keith Duggan gets the job of telling the tale of another Mayo loss to […]

Sean Feeney’s annual report and other news

This year’s Mayo GAA Convention takes place next Tuesday night (December 7th) in that well-known hotspot Julian’s of Midfield where throw-in (weather permitting, I suppose) is scheduled for 7 pm.  The main news story surrounding the Convention is normally Seán Feeney’s annual report and, on the basis of previous years, we’ve come to expect performances akin to this from the […]