Mayo enjoyed an emphatic win over All-Ireland champions Kerry at MacHale Park on Saturday night – the biggest win the county has recorded over the Green and Gold since 1948 – and in this podcast episode, which was made available to our club members the day after the game was played, we review the match against Kerry and get some reaction to the result.
Rob Murphy hosts the show and I’m on it too, along with special guest Colm Boyle, who picks out the key plays that won the night for Mayo and assesses what the win means for Kevin McStay’s youthful side. We also hear how the action developed in an in-game slot with Rob and Edwin McGreal and we hear post-match reaction from Stephen Rochford and from Kerry manager Jack O’Connor.
This episode of the Mayo Football Podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below.
This pod was first released on Patreon, where our club members get access to loads of exclusive content and more besides. This pod is just a taster for the kind of content club members get access to on a continual basis.
Tomorrow, for example, our latest Here Comes the Weekend show will be available on Patreon, in which Mike Finnerty looks ahead to the Tyrone game in the company of podcast regular Billy Joe Padden and Tyrone legend Peter Canavan. Club members can also look forward to our Final Whistle pod after the game on Saturday night followed by our match review show on Sunday.
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