Leitrim preview – Mayo News football podcast 2021 E12

Mayo’s Championship campaign continues on Sunday, as they take on Leitrim in the Connacht semi-final at MacHale Park, with Galway awaiting the winners in the provincial final later in the month. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview the Leitrim game in the company of Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty who is joined by Billy Joe Padden and Ger Flanagan.

The lads talk about why Leitrim are going to be really up against it on Sunday, what the underdogs might have learned from Sligo’s approach the last day and what we should be looking for from a Mayo perspective. They also pick out a few Mayo players they would love to see get some game-time next Sunday.

Billy Joe and Ger also explain why they think the GAA football Championship has to change and they go on to set the scene ahead of next week’s Connacht Under-20 championship game between Mayo and Galway.

Plus, we hear from renowned Mayo News columnist Seán Rice who talks about what he’s made of Mayo’s season so far and what he thinks of the state of the GAA Championship at the moment.

This episode of the Mayo News 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 or the one on the panel on the right.

The Mayo News football podcast has its own Twitter presence, @MayoPodcast, so if you’re a Twitter user you should follow us there to make sure you get the latest podcast-related updates, including new episodes. 

You can also subscribe to the podcast on your platform of choice and can do that here.

The Mayo News football podcast is sponsored by Ceramic City and Swinford Motors, two fine Mayo businesses with whom we’re proud to be associated this year. 

2 thoughts on “Leitrim preview – Mayo News football podcast 2021 E12

  1. Looking forward to getting stuck into the podcast tomorrow.
    Can anybody tell me what’s the capacity on Sun and how are tickets being sold/distributed?

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