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Kerry review, Tyrone preview – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E10

Mayo were narrowly edged out of it by Kerry last weekend but the next test facing James Horan’s team is approaching rapidly, as they head to Omagh on Saturday to renew acquaintances with All-Ireland champions Tyrone. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, host Rob Murphy is joined by podcast regulars Ger Flanagan and Stephen Drake, as well […]

Kerry 1-12 Mayo 0-14: just edged out of it

Our unbeaten start to this year’s National League, along with our long-standing unbeaten run away to Kerry in the League, both came to an end in the rain, wind and cold at Austin Stack Park in Tralee tonight. Chasing the game for most of the evening, it looked as if we’d timed our run perfectly coming down the closing stretch […]

Kerry preview – Mayo News Football Podcast E9

Kerry and Mayo have both reached Round 5 of this year’s National League campaign unbeaten, with the Kingdom currently edging top spot in the Division One table on points difference. They’re the form teams so far in the top division this spring and on Saturday evening at Austin Stack Park in Tralee they’re set to come face-to-face. This will be […]

Monday match reports

The bad news is that it’s Monday morning once again. The good news, however, is that there’s a bit of online coverage about what was, for the greater part, a successful weekend for the county. Here goes: Men’s win over Armagh Locals: Connaught Telegraph, Mayo Advertiser, Belfast Live (live blog). Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Irish Independent, Irish Sun, Irish […]

Dublin review, a second look – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E7

Saturday evening’s five-point win over Dublin wasn’t just Mayo’s second win in a row over Dessie Farrell’s side, it was also the first time in over fifty years that Mayo had beaten Dublin in a League game played in the capital, as well as the first time ever the Green and Red had come out on top in a regulation […]

Armagh game not on TV

In different ways, I think we’re all finding the unwinding of Covid measures a bit strange. Do we really want to go without masks on public transport? Who, in truth, wants to return to commuting and the office five days a week? And how on earth are we going to live without having every GAA match either broadcast or streamed […]

Podcast plans for the Dublin game

We’ve been counting down the days all week on the podcast ahead of the Dublin match tomorrow evening and there’ll be no let up either once the ball is thrown in at Croke Park. Our lead-in to this clash began on Tuesday when we released an episode for our club members on Patreon in which Mike was in conversation with […]