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The weekend’s matches

It’s already time to look ahead to the matches involving the county this weekend. There’s underage football for the lads, U16 camogie, hurling and, in women’s football, a Connacht final to look forward to. The Minors get the weekend’s action underway on Friday evening when they travel to Sligo for a Connacht MFC Round 5 meeting at Markievicz Park. Throw-in […]

The long weekend’s matches

There are football, hurling and camogie matches involving the county taking place this Bank Holiday weekend. Here’s what you need to know about them. On Friday the U17 footballers are back in action in Round 4 of the Connacht Championship. With wins over Roscommon and Galway already in the bag, the lads will be looking to seal their place in […]

Results round-up

I was pretty much off the grid for the whole weekend so it’s time for a quick recap on the results of all the games involving teams from the county over the last few days. The Minors’ win over Galway at Tuam Stadium on Friday evening has been well covered at this stage, including on our Final Whistle podcast show […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Recently on the podcast

Every so often, we provide a taster of the podcast content we make available on an ongoing basis to our club members on Patreon. In this latest Recently on the Podcast show, Rob and John review audio from Mayo/Roscommon Minor Final Whistle pod, where Martin Carney points to prominent performers in that game; from the Mayo/Sligo U20 Final Whistle show, […]

Upcoming matches

It’s a veritable conveyor belt of matches involving the county at the minute. here’s what’s chugging along the rollers towards us at the minute. The action starts tomorrow evening, when the Mayo Minor girls take on Galway in Round 3 of the CLGFA Connacht Championship. This game throws in at Miltown GAA at 7pm. The ticket link for it is […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: U20s second best to Sligo

Mayo crashed out of the Connacht Under-20 championship this evening after losing to Sligo by five points in Castlebar. Rob and Mike were there and they reflect on a disappointing end to Mayo’s season on a night when Sligo’s superb second half proved decisive. Rob also spoke afterwards with both managers, Peadar Gardiner and Paul Henry. This new podcast episode […]

U20s overrun by Sligo’s second half surge

Our hopes for progression in this year’s highly competitive Connacht U20 Championship bit the dust in decisive fashion at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park this evening. In a classic game of two halves, we went in at the break four points ahead of defending champions Sligo but we had no answer to their strong second half surge. We went down by […]

U20 match day panel named for tomorrow evening

The county’s U20s face defending Connacht champions Sligo in a crunch Round 5 clash tomorrow evening. The game throws in at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park at 6.30pm and here’s the match day panel we’ve named for it, the list also including those on the extended U20 panel: Mayo (Connacht U20 Championship v Sligo, 17/4/2024): David Dolan (Balla); Rio Mortimer (Claremorris), […]

Ticketing details for Wednesday and Sunday

Just a quick one to point you towards the ticket links for Wednesday evening’s U20 match against Sligo and Sunday’s game against Roscommon, with tickets now on sale for both games. The ticket link for the Connacht U20 Round 5 match against Sligo, which takes place at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park on Wednesday evening (throw-in 6.30pm) is here. The ticket […]