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Kerry match fixed for 4pm at Croke Park on Sunday week

The GAA earlier on today confirmed fixture details for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals. The four ties will, as expected, be played as two double-headers the weekend after next. Clare and Derry meet on Saturday 25th June at 3.45pm, followed by Dublin and Cork at 6pm. Both of those games will be broadcast on Sky. Then on Sunday 26th, Galway and […]

Who would you like us to draw in the quarters?

We’re back in the hat in the morning, this time for the All-Ireland quarter-final draw. For the draw, the four provincial champions – Derry, Dublin, Galway and Kerry – will be in one bowl while the four teams to emerge from the qualifiers – ourselves, Cork, Clare and Armagh – will be in the other one. The GAA issued a […]

It’s knockout from here on

It’s been a helter-skelter weekend of provincial final action – and May’s not over yet! – with four impressive champions emerging from each of their respective deciders. Impressive in different ways but all of them will head into the All-Ireland Series feeling pretty okay about themselves. Kerry had their expected stroll in the Munster decider yesterday against Limerick. While Dublin […]

Hurlers march on to Christy Ring Cup final

The county’s hurlers this afternoon made it a happy return to MacHale Park when they got the better of Derry by 2-23 to 2-18. The win confirms Mayo’s place – for the first time ever – in the final of the Christy Ring Cup. The decider takes place at Croke Park next weekend where Kildare will provide the opposition. Today’s […]

This weekend’s matches

It’s midweek so already it’s time to be thinking about the matches involving the county that are on this coming weekend. This time there are four such matches, one in U17 football, two in hurling and one in women’s football, with one game on Friday, two on Saturday and one on Sunday. Here are the details you need on all […]

Ring Cup clash with Derry fixed for MacHale Park

Mayo GAA confirmed earlier on today that next Saturday’s crunch Christy Ring Cup clash with Derry next Saturday will be played at MacHale Park. The official announcement on this is here. In that announcement, Saturday’s game – which throws in at Castlebar at 1pm – has been styled as a Ring Cup semi-final. In competition terms that’s not strictly speaking […]

Monday match reports

The bad news is that it’s Monday morning once again. The good news, however, is that there’s a bit of online coverage about what was, for the greater part, a successful weekend for the county. Here goes: Men’s win over Armagh Locals: Connaught Telegraph, Mayo Advertiser, Belfast Live (live blog). Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Irish Independent, Irish Sun, Irish […]

Six of the best as semi-final spot is secured

The men weren’t the only ones in action today as the county’s women footballers also had a League Division One match this afternoon. The LGFA match took place in Tuam against neighbours Galway and it ended in an emphatic win for Michael Moyles’ team, as they came out on top by 6-6 to 2-8. Sinéad Walsh – lining out for […]