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This weekend’s matches

It’s a “down” weekend coming up for the men’s football team – though, as Kevin McStay was at pains to point out in his post-match comments last Sunday, this just means they’re not playing a National League match and will instead be working away themselves – but there are other three matches involving teams from the county taking place. Two […]

The weekend’s matches

It’s only Monday but already we need to start thinking about the matches coming up next weekend. There are three of them, two on Saturday and one on Sunday, and here are the essential details about these games. First a heads-up on the U20 footballers, who aren’t playing this weekend. The original fixture schedule for the Leo Murphy Cup had […]

Team named to play Fermanagh tomorrow

I’m a bit late to the party on this one, I know, but I guess it’s better late than never. Last night we named our team and subs for tomorrow’s National Hurling League Division 3A meeting with Fermanagh. Here’s the match-day panel we’ve named for this one: The starting fifteen we’ve named for tomorrow’s match – which will be played […]

Monday match reports

It’s two draws from two starts for us in this year’s National League campaign. Here’s the online coverage of yesterday’s stalemate with Armagh at a packed Athletic Grounds. Locals: Connaught Telegraph, Belfast Live. Nationals: Irish Examiner, Irish Times, Irish Independent, Irish News, Belfast Telegraph. Others: GAA, RTÉ (live blog, match report, Kevin McStay quotes), BBC, The 42, Sports Joe. Photos: […]

Hurlers dig out draw at the death

Mayo opened their National Hurling League Division 3A campaign in bright winter sunshine this afternoon at MacHale Park where, in a dramatic conclusion, they scored with the last puck of the game to secure a 0-17 to 0-17 draw with neighbours Roscommon. Shorn of the Tooreen contingent, this was an extremely experimental Mayo team, featuring players from Moytura, Caiseal Gaels, […]