Jordan Flynn is our MOTM from yesterday’s game

Right, with the focus already re-fixed towards the match facing us next Sunday, let’s get this final bit of business from yesterday’s game squared away. Jordan Flynn – that’s him claiming primary possession in the photo above – is our MOTM from yesterday’s hugely disappointing game against Cork.

The Crossmolina man was our only player to leave the Gaelic Grounds yesterday with his reputation enhanced. He kicked four excellent points from play – he was one of just four scorers we had yesterday – and he was heavily involved in the play throughout.

Jordan wins the MOTM award with 40% of the vote. Well done to him for such a fine performance on what was otherwise an extremely forgettable day for us.

16 thoughts on “Jordan Flynn is our MOTM from yesterday’s game

  1. There was only 2 or 3 contenders in reality!!!, Jordan, ROD and Swanny in that order..

  2. Well done Jordan. Kicked some lovely scores.
    The problem we have is he is missed in midfield for his aerial ability.

  3. Jordan Flynn, our most improved player. The way he has improved his scoring is immense.

  4. Great display by Jordan Flynn yesterday.
    I think we are in shock since yesterday, the Galway game will need to be fierce from all, and then it’s a quarter final one week later.

    Can things sparkle in one week?

  5. Congrats Jordan. Well deserved. I see the much maligned Conor Loftus got 3 per cent of the vote. More interestingly, I noticed the reporter in today’s Irish Independent only had one Mayo player rated higher than him in the player ratings for yesterdays match. They had a different reporter covering our match against Louth, and again, he was rated as one of our top five players in that match. For a man who gets an awful lot of criticism, particularly in this blog, the neutral reporters at least, must think he’s doing something right.

  6. Can we move a few guys around v Galway,
    Hession or maybe Coen at Centre back, with Durcan and maybe McHugh on the wings,
    Swanny on Walsh is a must, he had him before.
    C O Connor is a must for this game
    Depends who Galway play in centre half forward,
    A physical and Mobile defender on Cooke to keep him on the back foot,

    It will be interesting to see which Galway players are out injured.

    A few of those Galway guys can be got at, right hot heads

  7. He’s some player we need more Jordan flynn types ha what a star though never gave up wasn’t afraid to shoot for points and when he did he got them the pace from him to!

    He’s some inspiration to other players also ..

  8. No white feather, polls and player ratings are up with team of the week.
    Remember couple years ago Keegan getting scutched for 3 or 4 points, yellow carded, curly fingered at half time and still made team the week 🙂
    Players should not be Scapegoated, they are all doing their damnedest and want same result as us. Putting in serious hours for nothing much more than milage.

    Where questions need to be asked is of those getting paid the bucks to help get us to promised land.

  9. Yes Clare, Galway have Cooke Heaney Tierney, all capable of points from distance. We saw decent leadership from Jordan. Maybe others will step up. But we are all the time vulnerable to counter attacks down the middle.
    Players getting into the right mind frame for Sunday will not be easy.

  10. Well done Jordan fully deserved. I keep coming back to the intensity side of things. There has been a massive dip in intensity and passion imo and if it can’t be found against the auld enemy then we’re in bother. If it can then game on.

  11. Will done Jordon you we’re good cannot understand why wasn’t more balls supply to Conroy get it right on Sunday boys let Conroy start good luck

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