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Mayo 2-13 Derry 3-15: no League final worries after madcap match

Before the ball was thrown in this afternoon at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, we already knew we were safe in Division One. Kerry had done the needful over Roscommon in the early game so it’s now between them and Galway for who will occupy the second relegation spot. With worries about the drop no longer an issue, that meant the […]

Derry date

After the weekend off, we’re back in National League action this coming Bank Holiday weekend, playing the first of our two remaining games (at least we hope it’s only two we’ve left to play) in this year’s Division One campaign. It’s a second successive match for us at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, where we’re aiming to win at the venue […]

Sunday match reports

It’s another wet and cold morning here in the west but, after yesterday’s results for the county, it’s nothing but bright sunshine inside. The men won, the women won too and, for good measure, so did the camogie team. I’ve no match report to point you towards in relation to that camogie match. It’s worth recording, however, that it was […]

Regarding the Rossies

Right, the points that were on offer up in Omagh are gone and so our next opportunity at securing our top tier status comes on Saturday night back on home turf. Roscommon are our opponents under the lights at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park where, with the generator humming sonorously in the background, the ball will be thrown in at 7.30pm. […]

Sunday match reports

Right, the only way to do this is quickly and with as little pain as possible. Here’s what’s online in the way of match reports and all the rest about our loss to Tyrone up in Omagh yesterday evening. Locals: Mayo News, Western People, Connaught Telegraph, Midwest Radio. Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Independent, Irish Examiner, Irish Sun, Irish News. Others: […]

Tyrone 1-15 Mayo 1-11: McCurry-inspired meltdown

Well, that’s one problem sorted. It looks like we won’t have a League final to worry about this year. After tonight’s abject second half collapse against a youthful, energetic Tyrone team, however, a whole host of other issues have emerged for us. One of these, naturally, is the spectre of relegation, which, though still unlikely, will become a real and […]