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Lahardane’s All-Ireland semi-final fixture details confirmed

Newly-crowned Mayo and Connacht Junior football champions Lahardane MacHales are in All-Ireland semi-final action at the start of January. Details of this semi-final tie, against Kerry’s Listowel Emmets, have now been confirmed. The match has been fixed for O’Connor Park in Tullamore on Saturday 6th January with a 1pm throw-in. TG4 will be streaming it live on their YouTube channel […]

Lahardane emerge from the fog as Connacht champions

Lahardane MacHales this afternoon clinched their second Connacht Junior football title, beating off the spirited challenge of a youthful Owenmore Gaels team at a fog-bound Hastings Insurance MacHale Park. The men from the butt of Nephin came out on top by 3-10 to 1-12 after what was a rip-roaring provincial title decider between two teams who really went for it. […]

Camogie, LGFA fixtures this weekend

The big match down in Tralee on Saturday evening isn’t the only Mayo game on this weekend. In fact, there here are two camogie matches involving the county being contested over the coming weekend, as well as an LGFA one. Starting with camogie, the Juniors are in League action against Wicklow where they’ll be aiming for two wins from two […]

Reliving Kilmeena’s day of glory

A quiet – or, perhaps, not so quiet – sense of satisfaction is sure to be settling in now way out west, as Kilmeena adjust to their newly elevated status in life, that of All-Ireland champions. They’re only the fourth ever Mayo club to win an All-Ireland club title, following in the footsteps of Crossmolina Deel Rovers, Ballina Stephenites and […]

Game day – this one’s a tough test

The lads head north today for our Round 2 outing in this year’s League campaign. Monaghan provide the opposition in this one, with throw-in at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones set for 2pm. Tyrone’s Seán Hurson is the ref for it. The match isn’t on television nor is it being streamed so if you don’t plan to be in Clones […]

Classy Kilmeena cruise on to Croker

Semi-finals, so the saying goes, are for winning. Well, Kilmeena did that and more in this afternoon’s All-Ireland JFC semi-final against Clonbullogue of Offaly at Pearse Park in Longford where they romped away to a massive 1-18 to 0-6 win. They now head for Croke Park tomorrow week to contest the All-Ireland final against Kerry’s Gneeveguilla. The Mayo lads were […]