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The weekend’s matches

Teams from the county are involved in three different Championship matches this coming weekend. Here are the details of these fixtures. Two of the games take place on Saturday at 2pm. One of them is a camogie match while the other is in women’s football. The camogie game is an All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 3 meeting with Roscommon at […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo no match for Dublin

All-Ireland champions Dublin cruised to a comfortable eight-point win over Mayo in the first group game of the All-Ireland LGFA Senior Championship at Parnell Park.   Mike and John were both there and they caught up afterwards with former Mayo ladies forward Sinéad Stagg to reflect on a disappointing day for Liam McHale’s team.  Sinéad also helped to set the […]

Ladies lose out to Dublin

The Mayo ladies footballers lost out to Dublin in this afternoon’s All-Ireland SFC Group Stage Round 1 clash at Parnell Park. With three points between the sides at the break, Dublin pulled away in the second half to win decisively by 1-10 to 0-5. The essential difference between the teams was that Dublin had far more ability to take their […]

Team news for weekend games

We’ve named our teams for the Minor match against Cork on Saturday and the LGFA game against Dublin on Sunday. Here are details of both, starting with the match day panel for the Minor game: Mayo (All-Ireland MFC quarter-final v Cork 8/6/2024): Nathan Roddy (Ardnaree Sarsfields); Conor Coghill (Breaffy), Tom Hession (Eastern Gaels, captain), Daithí Butler (The Neale); David Hurley […]

The weekend’s matches

The county is involved in two football Championship matches this weekend, the first of which involves the Minors and the second the ladies. Here are the details you need on these games. The Minors face Cork in the All-Ireland quarter-final on Saturday. The match is being played at Cusack Park in Ennis – which so often has been a happy […]

Sunday match reports

It’s a gloriously sunny summer’s morning here in the west but, sadly, I’ve little time to linger as I’m back on the road to the capital soon. Yesterday was a long one, as match days always are, and, after the Final Whistle pod had been recorded and the match report on the blog completed, I snapped the photo above before […]

Hurlers through to Rackard Cup final

The big match at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park wasn’t the only one involving the county today. There were three other Mayo games on, which resulted in a win, a draw and a loss. Let’s have a quick rundown on these three results. The draw occurred at Dr Hyde Park where the county’s Senior hurlers were in action against Roscommon in […]

Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo ladies lose to Galway

Galway are Connacht LGFA senior champions again after a 1-11 to to 0-9 victory over Mayo in Kiltoom on Sunday. Rob Murphy and John look back at the game and we hear from Mayo manager Liam McHale and captain Saoirse Lally. As an added bonus Liam McHale chats to us about the Mayo men in the wake of the Connacht […]

Ladies lose out to Galway in Connacht decider

Mayo this afternoon lost their LGFA Connacht SFC crown, as they came off second best to Galway in the provincial decider at Kiltoom on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-9. On what was a perfect afternoon for football, with bright sunshine and light winds at this well-appointed, elevated venue with view of Lough Ree away in the background, this was […]