21 thoughts on “LIVE: Mayo v Tyrone, Rackard Cup final

  1. Hup the hurlers! Hopefully they can go one step further than last year.

  2. Best of luck to the hurlers Keith has a good record v Tyrone in Croker Would love to see him lift the cup

  3. Game seems to have started at a ferocious pace, livestream is more like a highlight reel at the mo.

  4. Very best of luck to the Mayo hurlers today in Croke Park. Like everyone else, I’m delighted Keith is in another Croke Park final.
    Maigh Eo abú!

  5. Mayo hurlers ahead by 10 points with 29 minutes gone. Look likely winners based on Tyrone efforts to date. No, make that 11….

  6. Mayo cleaning house in this first half, ahead 1-15 to 0-5. Keith leading from the front as usual.

  7. Great first half from Mayo. Keith, Sean Regan, Shane Boland and Adrian Phillips to the fore in the scoring stakes. Super penalty save by Bobby Douglas too. Time to finish the job now.

  8. Comprehensive win, more silverware at Croke Park and another airing for ‘The Green and Red of Mayo’ too. Great to see Keith claim the cup, he’s been a magnificent captain this year.

    That was a gallant victory with an impressive score line.
    I thought the Mayo team was strong and determined all over the pitch.
    We and they can be very proud, indeed.
    Well done on winning the Nicky Rackard Cup, guys!
    I may have shed a tear or two seeing Keith stand up to collect the cup on the Hogan Stand.

  10. Congratulations to the hurlers. Excellent performance. In command from beginning to the end, Some magnificent points. Great to see Keith collecting the cup. Two weeks in a row a Mayo captain lifting a cup in Croke park. We can get used to this.

  11. Fantastic win today! Seems Croker suits the hurlers too. Not quite sure how Tyrone beat Donegal last week, but they certainly weren’t in our class today. So glad to see the hurlers do well, especially happy for Keith. Thanks for sharing the link, WJ.

  12. Two cups lifted in a week in the Hogan Stand Don’t we love Croker when things go right for us. Hopefully support will grow for our hurlers and we’ll see bigger crowds at matches.

  13. The exchanges, so far at least, in this Ulster final are fairly polite when compared with the first half hits that were being administered last Sunday!

  14. Well done to everyone connected with the Mayo hurlers especially a townie of mine namely Keith Higgins it brought tear to my eyes when I saw going up the steps to collect the Nicky Rickard cup . looking forward to seeing the team in Ballyhaunis

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