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Hurling team named for London clash

The county’s hurlers are in action over in Ruislip tomorrow, as they take on London in Round 3 of the Christy Ring Cup. After their win on the road over Wicklow last time out, Derek Walsh’s charges will be aiming to keep this run going against the Exiles. Throw-in at McGovern Park is 4pm tomorrow and here’s the match day […]

This week’s matches

It’s another busy week of Mayo matches, with five Championship games in all taking place across three codes between now and Sunday. The action starts tomorrow and in the first match there’s significant silverware on offer. This is the Connacht U20 final against Sligo which throws in at Markievicz Park at 6pm. The match is being streamed live by TG4 […]

Connacht Championship starts with a bang

Easter Sunday it may have been but today saw the first shots fired in this year’s Connacht SFC. The matches in question took place not only outside the province but also outside the country and both turned out to be extremely competitive tussles. Andy Moran took his Leitrim charges over to McGovern Park in Ruislip where they faced London this […]

Team named to face London in hurling tomorrow

The hurlers are in action over at McGovern Park in Ruislip tomorrow, as they face London in Round 2 of the National Hurling League. This Division 2B clash gets underway over the water at 1pm tomorrow. We named our team tonight for this fixture against the Exiles. Here it is: Mayo (NHL Division 2B v London, 13/2/2022): Barry Lane (Castlebar […]

Hitting all the wrong notes

Regardless of how the 2011 League campaign had gone, Mayo’s first year under new manager James Horan was ultimately going to be judged by what kind of championship we had. A Connacht title followed by defeat with honour in Croke Park, preferably not at the quarter-final stage, was probably the height of our ambitions going into that championship season. That […]

Club championship round-up

Photo: Londain GAA (via @MariaCoyne1) It was a case of mixed fortunes for teams from the county in their respective Connacht club championship matches this weekend. Four Mayo clubs were in action over the weekend, with two of them progressing to the provincial final stage while the other two bowed out of contention. Let’s start with Tooreen and that historic outing […]

Connacht club action this weekend

It’s a big weekend of club championship action at provincial level, with the winners of all three football titles within the county seeking to progress at provincial level while Tooreen fly the flag for the small ball code. Ballintubber came through an ultra-cagey preliminary round tie last weekend against Sligo champions Tourlestrane and on Sunday they face Leitrim’s Aughawillan in […]