Club Championship quarter-finals review – Mayo Football Podcast 2022 E40

As the dust settles on the Mayo GAA club championships quarter-finals, in this latest episode of the Mayo Football Podcast Edwin McGreal and Stephen Drake join Mike Finnerty to reflect back on the senior matches played last weekend.

They look back on wins for Westport, Ballina Stephenites, Castlebar Mitchels and Ballintubber and discuss how Garrymore, Claremorris, Knockmore and Breaffy all bowed out. They also discuss the senior relegation play-offs games where Ballaghaderreen and Balla survived at the first attempt with Davitts and The Neale ending up in the relegation final.

This episode of the Mayo Football Podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below. 

The podcast is also available on Patreon, where club members get access to loads of exclusive content and more besides. In the clubhouse section for club members at the end of the pod, Stephen pays tribute to his brother-in-law Andy Moran, who signed off in style for Ballagh’ last weekend with a hat-trick in the relegation play-off. Ed discusses how Padraig O’Hora had his ponytail pulled during the championship game against Claremorris and the lads finish up by picking out their ‘Bring Him In’ candidates for Kevin McStay’s Mayo panel from last weekend’s games. 

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4 thoughts on “Club Championship quarter-finals review – Mayo Football Podcast 2022 E40

  1. Thanks Willie Joe. Really enjoyed this podcast. Not sure why or if I’m the only one but the “feel good” factor seems to be back in a big way regarding Mayo football in both club and county. Could be the condensed club championship where games are coming thick and fast and being able to watch some even if you can’t get to them all (well done mayogaatv and TG4). Maybe it’s the new management and their openness in interviews or perhaps the abundance of up and coming talent being pointed out on this forum by different posters. Whatever it is it’s much nicer heading into the long winter with feelings of optimism rather than gloom. Magheo Abu.

  2. @matyotillidie, there was an indepth intermediate and junior special on Patreon yesterday so it’ll probably be released at some stage today on other platforms.

  3. Thanks, Third Man In – you’re spot on. The Intermediate and Junior review pod is now up on all platforms. By the way, this is our 41st free pod of the year, with 85 more available to club members on Patreon since January. And we’re not done for 2022 yet!

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