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Seán Deane steps away as U17 manager

Mayo GAA announced this morning that Seán Deane has stepped away from the position of Mayo U17 manager, having completed a three-year term in the position. In his three seasons in charge, the Mayo U17s won back-to-back Connacht MFC titles, with last year’s crop making it all the way to the All-Ireland final where unfortunately they lost out to Galway […]

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 […]

Sunday match reports

A good bit later than I’d planned, due to a variety of reasons, including the hurling, but I think yesterday’s matches merit a post on the coverage of them. Plus it’s an excuse to give an airing to that wonderful photo above of our newly-crowned All-Ireland champions. We have to start with yesterday’s LGFA U14 Platinum All-Ireland final in which […]

Minors’ run ended by Monaghan

The county’s Minors were well beaten by Monaghan today in the All-Ireland MFC quarter-final at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon. It was a match in which they never really got a proper foothold at any stage and the Farney lads ran out deserving 1-15 to 1-8 winners. Maybe the writing was on the wall today even before the two teams […]

LIVE: Mayo v Monaghan, All-Ireland MFC quarter-final

Courtesy of Spórt TG4 via YouTube, here’s the livestream from Páirc Seán MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon where Mayo are playing Monaghan in today’s All-Ireland Minor football Championship quarter-final. Throw-in at Páirc Seán is 5.15pm today and the livestream will commence shortly ahead of this. Details of Mayo’s match-day panel for today’s game have just been released and are here. We’re going […]

Tomorrow’s matches

There are three matches of interest tomorrow, all of great importance in different ways. Let’s start with the one in which there’s an All-Ireland title on offer. This is the LGFA U14 Platinum All-Ireland final, in which Mayo are up against Cork. The game throws in at Nenagh tomorrow afternoon at 3.30pm. The last time the county won this title […]

Tickets on sale for Monaghan and Cork games

Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming matches against Monaghan and Cork, details of which are as follows. First, the All-Ireland MFC quarter-final match against Monaghan, which throws in at Páirc Seán MacDiarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon, this coming Saturday (10th June) at 5.15pm. This is a double-header, with the Derry/Galway quarter-final on first, at 3.30pm. Tickets for this one are available […]

LGFA and Minor fixtures confirmed

The GAA are still resolutely refusing to show their hand on when and where the Round 3 fixtures in the All-Ireland SFC group stage will be played but the dates for our two LGFA All-Ireland SFC group stage matches were confirmed yesterday and so too today were details of our Minor All-Ireland quarter-final against Monaghan. In the LGFA Championship we’re […]

Last week on the podcast – Mayo Football Podcast 2023 E15

Over the past week, we released four new shows on the Mayo Football Podcast and in this episode Rob Murphy and I provide a sample of this content, almost all of which was made available first to our club members on Patreon. Voices you’ll hear on this show include Colm Boyle, Marc Ó Sé, Edwin McGreal and Billy Joe Padden as they looked back on […]

LGFA and Minor opposition confirmed

Two provincial finals played in Ulster today confirmed Mayo’s next opponents in both the LGFA Senior football Championship and the Minor football Championship. The LGFA Ulster Championship was won today by Donegal, who beat Armagh in the final at Owenbeg by 1-10 to 0-9. The result was a bit of a surprise and it means that Armagh will be in […]