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Clare Island hosts all-islands – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E14

The All-Islands football Championship takes place on Clare Island this weekend and in this short Mayo Football Podcast episode we give you a quick preview of what’s in store. Olof Gill is both set to play for the home team and is a member of the organising committee for the tournament. He took time out from his busy week to […]

Match-day panel for Connacht Minor final named

We’ve named our match-day panel for this evening’s Connacht MFC final against Galway at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 7pm). Here’s the 24-player panel we’ve named for the game: Mayo (Connacht MFC final v Galway, 26/5/2023): Conor Meaney (Westport); James Lavelle (Belmullet), Eoin McGreal (Garrymore), Yousif Coghill (Breaffy); Jamie Clarke (Bohola Moy Davitts), Rio Mortimer (Claremorris, captain), Fionan O’Reilly (Castlebar Mitchels); Tiernan […]

The weekend’s matches

We’re still a bit away from the big match down in Killarney but in the meantime there are a few games of interest involving county teams on this coming weekend. Taking them in the order in which they’ll be played, the first match is the Connacht MFC Round 5 meeting with Sligo. This game has been fixed for Hastings Insurance […]

Dr Mick Loftus RIP

The death took place earlier on today of legendary Mayo GAA figure, Dr Mick Loftus. The Crossmolina man was the last surviving member of the Mayo Senior panel from 1951, when the county most recently tasted All-Ireland success. He was 93 years of age. Born in what was still the Irish Free State in August 1929, Dr Mick Loftus had […]

Camogie defeat but win for U17 hurlers

It was one win and one loss from the two matches involving Mayo teams today. The defeat came in the Camogie League Division 4 final, in which we lost out to Tyrone by 0-18 to 2-9. It was a close-fought match, which was level at half-time, but the O’Neill County enjoyed a stronger second half and emerged winners by three […]