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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Here Comes the Weekend – it’s the Rossies again!

Another local derby against Roscommon awaits Mayo this weekend as the All-Ireland series continues.  Colm Boyle joins Mike to set the scene for the third meeting of the teams in three months and to pore over the team selections that have been announced. The lads also talk about tactics, match-ups and how Mayo can get motivated after already having beaten […]

Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: War is coming and Mayo must be ready

In his latest column for our Mayo Football Podcast club members over on Patreon, Colm Boyle looks ahead to tomorrow’s rematch with Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park. Boyler is in no doubt that the Rossies will be up for this one and in his column he argues that we need to have a similar mindset for what’s expected to be […]

Match day panel named for Roscommon game

We named our match day panel a short while ago for tomorrow evening’s match against Roscommon. Here it is: Mayo (All-Ireland SFC Group Stage Round 2 v Roscommon, 1/6/2024): Colm Reape (Knockmore); Jack Coyne (Ballyhaunis), David McBrien (Ballaghaderreen), Donnacha McHugh (Castlebar Mitchels); Stephen Coen (Hollymount/Carramore, captain), Sam Callinan (Ballina Stephenites), Eoghan McLaughlin (Westport); Jack Carney (Kilmeena), Matthew Ruane (Breaffy); Darren […]

The weekend’s matches

The Bank Holiday weekend is drawing near and so too are the four matches involving the county that are taking place. There’s camogie and football action as well as two national finals in hurling, with two games on Saturday and two more on Sunday. The camogie match is on first. This is an All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 2 clash […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: All roads lead to The Hyde again

Game five of a rollercoaster championship for Mayo sees them return to Roscommon next Saturday evening.  Rob is joined by Billy Joe Padden and former Roscommon forward and manager Paul Earley to look ahead to the second round of the All-Ireland Group Stage.  Mayo come into the game on the back of a comfortable win over Cavan while Roscommon came […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo Minors win Connacht

The Mayo Minors have been crowned Connacht champions for the third year in a row after beating Roscommon by a scoreline of 0-14 to 0-10. Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty who was at Dr. Hyde Park to see the game. You can also hear post-match audio from Mayo minor joint manager David Heaney. This new podcast episode is […]