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Camogie defeat but win for U17 hurlers

It was one win and one loss from the two matches involving Mayo teams today. The defeat came in the Camogie League Division 4 final, in which we lost out to Tyrone by 0-18 to 2-9. It was a close-fought match, which was level at half-time, but the O’Neill County enjoyed a stronger second half and emerged winners by three […]

Camogie win over Wicklow

The county’s camogie team were in League action this afternoon and a winning appearance it proved to be too. Today’s game was a Camogie League Division 4 semi-final against Wicklow at Rathdowney. In what was a high-scoring encounter, Mayo emerged victorious from the Laois venue on a 2-12 to 4-3 scoreline. They now face Tyrone in the Division 4 final, […]

Narrow loss to Tyrone in camogie

According to the old saying, goals win games. That’s usually the case but it wasn’t so in this afternoon’s Camogie League Division 3A match against Tyrone at Tooreen. The Green and Red found the net no fewer than three times but superior point-taking by the visitors earned them a four-point win on a scoreline of 0-18 to 3-5. By the […]

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 […]

Enda Hession is our MOTM from yesterday’s game

The votes are in and counted in the MOTM poll from last night’s match against Tyrone. There was a wide spread of support for a number of players in this one but, in the end, you’ve voted Enda Hession as the winner of the award. The Garrymore man came out on top having secured 28% support in the poll. Other […]

Sunday match reports

With our second emphatic win in a week, the coverage we’re getting at the minute makes for easy reading. I’ve a particular interest myself in seeing the reports on last night’s match, as I wasn’t at it and only caught some of the first half on Midwest. I’m really looking forward to sitting down in front of the TV and […]