Garrymore radio documentary on tomorrow

Photo: Garrymore GAA

With the focus now firmly shifting towards the club end of the split season, there’s a Mayo GAA club documentary going out tomorrow evening that will, no doubt, be of interest to many.

The documentary is called “Garrymore GAA: Half a Parish Against the Odds” and it was produced by Billy Fitzpatrick, one of the club’s all-time greats. The programme is presented by Mike Finnerty and it’s set to be broadcast on Claremorris Community Radio (94.6 FM and online) at 7pm tomorrow (Sunday).

More details on the documentary are set out in this piece by Mike in the Mayo Newshere. For those who’d like to tune in to the show online, Claremorris Community Radio’s website is here and I’ve also embedded a player for the station below so you can, if you wish, listen to the show directly from here.

4 thoughts on “Garrymore radio documentary on tomorrow

  1. With one of Garrymore’s great playing servant working with me, I particularly always wish them well. And Billy Fitz was always a legend to be respected in his playing days, plus the club has a very interesting history.’

    Willie Joe – Thank you for your suggestion to my frustration in the previous topic tread. I’d like to take this opportunity to say how much I admire your dedication and professionalism in producing what Danish people would describe as Probably the best managed, fairest land most entertaining sports blog hosted in this country. Thank you most sincerely for your service!

    MartyK – thank you for your comment.

    Here is my original post:
    Lads and Lassies of County Mayo, and you can only be from one place no matter where you currently live, we must stick together and support our warrior pack over the long winter and into another year.?As always, stand proud to be from Mayo and always stand behind the men and women who wear the green and red.
    The song says it all:?So boys pull together in all kinds of weather?Don’t show the white feather wherever you go?Be like a brother and love one another?Like stout hearted men from the County Mayo!

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