This coming weekend is set to be another busy one for teams from the county, with four matches set to take place. One of these takes place on Saturday while the other three are on Sunday.
The game on Saturday involves the U20 footballers who play their second match in the Leo Murphy Cup. This one’s away to Derry, at The Loup, Magherafelt, where throw-in is 1.30pm.
The hurlers are also away to Derry but their NHL Division 2B match against the Oakleafers isn’t on until Sunday. That game has been fixed for Celtic Park and throw-in there is 1pm. Ticket info for this game is here.
The postponed LGFA NFL Division One opening round game between ourselves and Galway has now been refixed for Sunday. The game will be played at Tuam Stadium and throw-in is 2pm.
Tickets purchased for the postponed game last weekend will be valid for Sunday’s game and anyone planning on going who hasn’t yet bought a ticket for it can do so here. Weekend passes for the LGFA streaming service – which is showing the game live – will also be valid for the coming weekend.
Sadly, I won’t – because I’ll be in Dr Hyde Park then – be able to do the kind of regular in-game updates on Discord that I was set to do on the women’s match last weekend. Hopefully, though, there’ll be enough updates coming through to keep everyone up to date on how the three matches on Sunday are progressing.
The fourth match involving the county this weekend is, of course, the men’s NFL Division One Round 4 clash with Armagh in at Dr Hyde Park in Roscommon, where throw-in is also set for 2pm. If you’re not a season ticket holder then you can purchase tickets for this game here.
The best of luck to all of the Mayo teams in action this coming weekend.