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The weekend’s games

There are football, hurling and camogie matches involving the county this weekend. Here are the relevant details. Let’s start with the camogie. The county’s Minor camogie team play Cavan on Saturday in the All-Ireland Minor C semi-final. The match takes place at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, where throw-in is 2.30pm. The ticket link is here. We also have two hurling matches […]

Results round-up

There are a few county results to report on, not including the Minor football win on Friday night that’s already been dealt with here, so let’s take a quick trot through these matches. The most appropriate place to start is with the LGFA U16s (pictured above) who claimed a back-to-back Connacht title success today when they beat Galway by 2-18 […]

Hurlers claim Division 3A title + U20s win too

It was victory on the double for hurling teams from the county this weekend. This afternoon at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park the Senior hurlers rounded off a perfect NHL Division 3A campaign by getting the better of Sligo in the final by three points. With a 100% winning record in the division coming in to today’s decider, our lads were […]

U20s + this weekend’s matches

The U20 footballers are back in Connacht Championship action tomorrow evening and then it’s hurling and camogie at the weekend. Here’s some details on these upcoming games. For the U20s, it’s a Round 2 meeting with Galway, a match that throws in at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park at 7pm tomorrow evening. The match is being streamed live by Connacht GAA […]

LGFA and Minor opposition confirmed

Two provincial finals played in Ulster today confirmed Mayo’s next opponents in both the LGFA Senior football Championship and the Minor football Championship. The LGFA Ulster Championship was won today by Donegal, who beat Armagh in the final at Owenbeg by 1-10 to 0-9. The result was a bit of a surprise and it means that Armagh will be in […]

The weekend’s matches

The next Mayo match on the horizon is tomorrow evening’s Connacht U20 Championship semi-final against defending champions Sligo – more on that one here – but beyond that we’ve four other matches involving the county taking place this coming weekend. The action starts on Friday evening, when our defence of the Connacht Minor football title gets underway. The provincial Championship […]