In this episode of the Mayo Football Podcast, Rob Murphy and I review extracts from our coverage of the weekend’s county finals, which club members on Patreon have already got access to in our Final Whistle pods recorded after the Junior, Intermediate and Senior club finals at MacHale Park.
The first clip comes from Cill Chomáin’s Eoghan McGrath who was a guest on our Junior final preview pod and who spoke about how tough it is to win the Junior Championship. We then hear an extract from our Final Whistle pod recorded after the Junior decider, in which the winning manager, Lahardane’s Eddie Conroy, gives his reaction to his side’s win over Shrule/Glencorrib.
Next we have audio from the Final Whistle show recorded after Kilmeena’s win over Ballinrobe in the Intermediate final. From that pod we have a snippet from Billy Fitzpatrick’s match analysis and we also hear from Kilmeena’s Jack Carney.
The low scoring nature of the Senior decider became a national talking point on Sunday evening and the extracts we have from the Final Whistle pod recorded after Ballina’s Moclair Cup success focus on that aspect of the game. John Maughan provides his views on the standard of football witnessed in the Senior final while former Knockmore manager Eamonn Clarke chats with Rob about how negative tactics have become the norm in Gaelic football. By contrast, our final clip features Stephenites’ ‘keeper David Clarke, who provides his reaction to the club’s county final victory.
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