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Round 3 club Championship fixture details confirmed

This coming weekend sees the SFC, IFC and JFC take a break following the opening two rounds of games on successive weekends. The Round 3 matches will take place the weekend after next and fixture details have now been confirmed for these ties, which are as follows: SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Group 1: Ballintubber v Claremorris (at Hollymount) and Davitts v […]

Reminder about the weekend’s action

It’s October, the nights are closing in rapidly and the weather has turned distinctly autumnal over the last few days, sweeping away any remaining vestiges of a summer that’s now behind us. In the GAA world, it’s the season of club football and there’s plenty of action on that front over the weekend. Here’s a quick update to get you […]

Next weekend’s club action

Another jam-packed weekend of club Championship action lies ahead this coming weekend. It’s Round 2 in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior football Championships and so the familiar hopes and fears relating to second round ties are likely to be there in abundance, with opening round winners seeking to push on closer to the play-offs while those who lost out last […]

Reminder about the weekend’s club Championship action

The Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championships all get underway this coming weekend so I thought it might be worthwhile just to remind everyone about the arrangements for the matches that are taking place tomorrow and Sunday. First, a list of all the matches that are on this weekend in the SFC, IFC and JFC is here. Next, if you’re […]

More on Mayo GAA TV coverage

Ahead of the opening round of matches this weekend in the club Championships, Mayo GAA provided some more information today (here) about the games they play to stream live via their Mayo GAA TV service. This coming weekend they’re streaming matches on both Saturday and Sunday. The first of these features Moclair Cup holders Knockmore who open the defence of […]

24k for semis + other stuff

RTÉ have got confirmation from Government sources this afternoon that agreement has been reached in relation to maximum attendances for this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals and finals. 24,000 supporters will be allowed to attend each of the four semi-final matches while 40,000 will be maximum for both deciders. Given that our semi-final is very likely going to be against Dublin, it […]

Kilmaine just do it

The Junior football Championship final ended a short while ago and it’s Kilmaine who are the champions. They only just edged out a heroic young Kilmeena side, capturing the Pete McDonnell Cup on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-12. This was a real high quality decider played in perfect conditions in a sunwashed MacHale Park. The vantage point provided by […]

Finals countdown

A feast of club football finals takes place at MacHale Park this weekend, bringing down the curtain on what’s been a hugely entertaining club Championship season. It’s been a summer for of compelling contests and interesting sub-plots, with an extremely robust case being made all the while in favour of a split season between inter-county and club action. That’s something […]

The weekend’s match schedule

It’s a full weekend at MacHale Park, with four county finals down for decision over the two days at the Castlebar venue. The good news is that yesterday’s Covid-19 announcement means that a small number of supporters will be able to attend their club’s match at the weekend. Mayo GAA announced today that all Cáirde Mhaigheo season ticket holders whose […]