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Previews for tomorrow

Opinion ahead of tomorrow’s match with Galway in Tuam (well, what opinion I can find – the nationals haven’t put their preview pieces online yet; they never seem to do so these days) is fairly clear-cut: everyone says we’re going to lose.  Here’s RTE’s assessment (which doesn’t mention in ‘M’ word) and here’s Hogan Stand’s (who, bless ’em, think that […]

Three changes for Galway

The Tribesmen have named their line-up for the clash in Tuam on Sunday (a match which, incidentally, I’m not now going to be able to get to as I’ve got to go West unexpectedly for a funeral tomorrow).  The team that’ll line out against us shows three changes from the one that started against Derry last Sunday.  Garreth Bradshaw is […]

Mayo 0-9 Dublin 0-9: two poor teams, one poor ref and a poor draw

If yesterday’s football – both the oval ball version over in Cardiff and, closer to home, the dramatic U21 victory over the Rossies – could be classified as the champagne variety, then today’s tipple was, by contrast, the flattest of flat beers.  It was worse than that: it was like a rancid old pint of Guinness that’s been left so […]