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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 […]

Results round-up

Time for a quick round-up of the results of matches played this weekend involving team from the county. The best place to start is this afternoon’s All-Ireland Post Primary Schools A semi-final, in which Sacred Heart School, Westport, came out on top against Maynooth Education Campus on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-8. The win sends the Westport school into […]

The weekend’s matches

There are no National League matches scheduled for the county’s footballers this weekend and so instead it’s an opportunity for the small ball action to claim centre-stage. Unbeaten after two matches in Division 3A of this year’s National Hurling League, the county’s hurlers are seeking to extend that 100% run when they play Louth. This Round 3 match was originally […]

Sunday match reports

It’s another wet and cold morning here in the west but, after yesterday’s results for the county, it’s nothing but bright sunshine inside. The men won, the women won too and, for good measure, so did the camogie team. I’ve no match report to point you towards in relation to that camogie match. It’s worth recording, however, that it was […]

The weekend’s matches

We’ve three matches on this weekend, all of which take place on Saturday, with two of these taking place on home turf. First up are the county’s camogie team, whose Camogie League Division 4 Round 2 match against Louth takes place at Adrian Freeman Park on Saturday. Throw-in at Tooreen is 2pm and the link for tickets is here. At […]

Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E17

In this episode of the Mayo Football Podcast, Rob and I provide a sample of the audio content released on the pod over the last week, almost all of which was made available first to our club members on Patreon. We start by listening to audio from Dan Bannon of the Louth and Proud podcast on the Final Whistle show […]

Checking in on Cork

Right, it’s time to begin the countdown to the Cork game. We’re playing them this coming Sunday at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick in what’s an All-Ireland SFC group stage Round 3 clash. Down’s Paul Faloon is the ref and the match throws in at 2pm. It’ll be streamed live on GAAGO. Our task next Sunday is a straightforward one […]

Injuries update

As is so often the case over the course of a Championship campaign, we’ve an evolving story with injuries right now so it’s worthwhile setting out what’s known at this point about where we stand on that front. Speaking to the Mayo News after the Louth game on Sunday (here), Kevin McStay revealed that all-time Championship top scorer Cillian O’Connor […]