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Seventh heaven under the Dome

Mayo got their LGFA National League campaign off to the best possible start tonight. They seized the lead against Westmeath in the Dome right from the throw-in and proceeded to dominate proceedings from then to the finish, powering to an utterly lopsided 7-22 to 1-12 win. We had the ball in the net within seconds of the start. Maria Reilly’s […]

Our week on Patreon – it’s been another busy one

Just another quick update about what we’ve been up to over on Patreon, where club members have again had to cope with a significant amount of podcast content and other stuff coming in their direction. The fun started on Discord on Sunday where we were across the matches at St Tiernach’s Park – where Mike, in effect, had a live […]

LGFA opener on this evening

The LGFA inter-county season gets underway this evening, with Mayo opening their NFL Division One campaign against Westmeath in the Connacht GAA Air Dome. Throw-in at the Dome is 7pm. We named our team for this evening’s match last night. Here it is: Mayo (LGFA NFL Division One v Westmeath, 12/2/2022): Aisling Tarpey (Foxrock Cabinteely); √Čilis Ronayne (Davitts), Sherin El […]

LGFA team to play Westmeath named

The women’s football team to play Westmeath in the LGFA’s NFL Division 1A at St Loman’s GAA club in Mullingar on Sunday (throw-in 2pm) was named a bit earlier this evening. The team will be captained by Cill Chomain’s Tamara O’Connor and here it is: Mayo (LGFA Division 1A v Westmeath, 5/6/2021): Aisling Tarpey (Cabinteely/Foxrock); Amy Halligan (The Neale), Clodagh […]

Westmeath review, Meath preview – Mayo News football podcast 2021 E5

Mayo’s footballers are on two wins from two outings in their Allianz Division Two North campaign and this coming Sunday they put that 100% record on the line when they face fellow table-toppers Meath at MacHale Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review last Saturday’s win over Westmeath and we look ahead to the Meath […]

Sunday match reports

I dunno about the rest of you but my view is that having the matches back again is just bloody great. Good performances, not-so-good displays – who cares? It’s wonderful to have the games we love to focus on back once again, giving us all hope of life beyond Covid, of a time beyond the time when it seemed that […]