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Goals decisive in hurlers’ double defeat

It was, sadly, defeat on the double for the county’s two hurling teams who were contesting national deciders today. In both cases, goals proved their undoing. The U17s were up against Laois in the Celtic Challenge Division 3 final at Abbotstown. Three up at half-time and ahead for much of the game, the destination of the Corn William Robinson was […]

Sunday match reports

It’s a sunny and bright bank holiday weekend Sunday morning, we won yesterday so let’s have a very quick review of what’s online about yesterday’s two-point victory over Roscommon. Locals: Mayo News, Connaught Telegraph, Western People, Midwest Radio, Roscommon Herald, Roscommon People, Shannonside. Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Irish Independent (match report, post-match quotes from Kevin McStay and Davy Burke), […]

The weekend’s matches

The Bank Holiday weekend is drawing near and so too are the four matches involving the county that are taking place. There’s camogie and football action as well as two national finals in hurling, with two games on Saturday and two more on Sunday. The camogie match is on first. This is an All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 2 clash […]

Sunday match reports

It’s a gloriously sunny summer’s morning here in the west but, sadly, I’ve little time to linger as I’m back on the road to the capital soon. Yesterday was a long one, as match days always are, and, after the Final Whistle pod had been recorded and the match report on the blog completed, I snapped the photo above before […]

Hurlers through to Rackard Cup final

The big match at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park wasn’t the only one involving the county today. There were three other Mayo games on, which resulted in a win, a draw and a loss. Let’s have a quick rundown on these three results. The draw occurred at Dr Hyde Park where the county’s Senior hurlers were in action against Roscommon in […]

The weekend’s fixtures

It’s midweek and, with another weekend approaching, so too are more matches involving the county. A few big ones too. Three games take place on Saturday, all at different locations. To make matters worse for those supporters who might want to take in more than one game, there are two hurling matches involving ourselves and Roscommon being played at two […]

The long weekend’s matches

There are football, hurling and camogie matches involving the county taking place this Bank Holiday weekend. Here’s what you need to know about them. On Friday the U17 footballers are back in action in Round 4 of the Connacht Championship. With wins over Roscommon and Galway already in the bag, the lads will be looking to seal their place in […]

Results round-up

I was pretty much off the grid for the whole weekend so it’s time for a quick recap on the results of all the games involving teams from the county over the last few days. The Minors’ win over Galway at Tuam Stadium on Friday evening has been well covered at this stage, including on our Final Whistle podcast show […]

Upcoming matches

It’s a veritable conveyor belt of matches involving the county at the minute. here’s what’s chugging along the rollers towards us at the minute. The action starts tomorrow evening, when the Mayo Minor girls take on Galway in Round 3 of the CLGFA Connacht Championship. This game throws in at Miltown GAA at 7pm. The ticket link for it is […]