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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 […]

Connacht club Championship fixtures

The club Championship action within the county is over and so now, with the clocks having gone back and the cloaking darkness of the long winter nights back with us, the focus turns towards the provincial campaigns facing the various county champions. Time, then, for a quick overview on what’s facing our local standard-bearers on that front over the next […]

Mayo GAA TV back for club Championships

The action gets going in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior club football Championships this coming weekend. Mayo GAA confirmed today that its Mayo GAA TV streaming service will be back in action too and will be streaming at least twenty games over the coming weeks, in conjunction with its broadcast partner, StreamSport. This coming weekend, the cameras will be at […]

The weekend’s results

This is just a quick one, to provide an update on Mayo-related matches that took place over the weekend. Let’s start with Rounders, which was the main focus for the weekend. There were three matches of interest, two involving Breaffy, all three of them All-Ireland semi-finals. Breaffy’s Ladies team yesterday won their All-Ireland semi-final. They beat Dublin’s Limekiln by 26-12 […]

The weekend’s matches

There’s no club football action on at adult level within the county this weekend, with the clubs gearing up for the start of the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships next weekend. This means a rare chance for Rounders to grab the limelight. It’s only right that this less-heralded GAA code should get a mention, as two Mayo clubs are in […]