County final fixture details confirmed

Mayo GAA have now confirmed the fixture details for this year’s Senior, Intermediate, Junior A and Junior B county finals. The four deciders will be played at MacHale Park over the October Bank Holiday weekend at the end of this month, with double headers on both Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October.

The Intermediate and Junior B finals will be contested on the Saturday while the Senior and Junior A deciders will be held on the Sunday. Here’s the confirmed fixture list:

10 thoughts on “County final fixture details confirmed

  1. Should be 4 exciting games so long as the weather plays along. I’ll go for Ballina, Ballyhaunis, Cill Chomain and Achill. Not one bit surprised if I’m wrong on any or all of them. A good dry weekend and no injuries or excuses would be perfect.

  2. Isn’t it ironic that a former Mayo player that was involved in “the mill by the Hill” v Meath back in 1996, gets knocked over when manager of a Meath club team in 2022, things or people have gone very aggressive in some Gaa circles. A lifetime ban would be a good starting point, this violence has gone on far too long without serious punishment.

  3. Two new podcast episodes are now online on all podcast platforms – the Senior club Championship semi-finals review show and the Intermediate/Junior semi-finals review show.

  4. Embarrassing incident for Brady too …
    Rolled on the ground like Ronaldo !! Tough guy image tainted..
    However other club manager should be punished. But suppose we need to look at the discipline matters in Mayo clubs before we start lecturing other county’s.
    Really don’t mind who wins between Ballina or westport but would like to see Kilmeena win the intermediate

  5. My Ball that incident was all about nothing and the Summerhill manager apologised afterwards for misinterpreting the situation.

  6. I agree JR ..As a Mayo man . I just didn’t like the way David rolled on the ground … that’s all ..

  7. @My Ball, what’s the protocol you would like to see for rolling around on the ground when you get a backhander that you couldn’t be expecting and you get floored ? .. Bounce up like a rubber ball, and pretend it didn’t happen maybe?.. One thing for sure David Brady is NOT a diver.. Back in the early naughtiest , in a Championship match can’t recall exactly what year…Mayo were playing Galway in Castlebar, right in front of the then Stand, Galway’s Kevin Walsh who has already been booked in the Match, has a “coming together” to use Ger Canning parlance with Mayo’s David Brady, .. Brady gets floored, the Ref whistle’s and is coming over to Kevin Walsh taking out his card’s .. Brady sees what’s about to happen and bounces up gets himself in between the Ref and Kevin Walsh and shake’s hands with Walsh and tells the Ref it was nothing. Walsh plays on, and Brady continues to have a stormer, That’s David Brady!

  8. Fair enough @Leantimes .. I just gave my opinion on what I saw in the Meath Club game . There is a lot worse than what I wrote on articles like benchwarmers and social media outlets..
    Obviously a great servant to Mayo when he played and now does a bit of media work so high profile so won’t be commenting on his ” fall” again…
    Enjoy the weekend

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