Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo cruise past Cavan

Mayo recorded their first win of the 2024 All Ireland series with a convincing win over Cavan in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park this evening.

In this Final Whistle pod John was there to catch the reaction of Colm Boyle and Edwin McGreal and to talk through the main points from the game.

We’ve also got post-match reaction from Mayo manager Kevin McStay.

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4 thoughts on “Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo cruise past Cavan

  1. Speedy recovery to Paddy Durcan.

    Comfortable home win for Mayo this evening. Getting Cavan first at home is a good draw and now have two weeks to prepare for Roscommon game and the rossies only one week to prepare and off the back of playing Dublin in Croke Park. That’s a big advantage in scheduling.

  2. Well done on a decent win. Obviously the fact we won must be because Cavan were woeful. Well that’s the narrative of some anyway who are keen to put the boot in. Good win for Galway today in front of a full house, sorry 7000 v previously fantastic Derry. Maybe Galway are better than lots here give them credit for. Maybe Mayo aren’t that bad either running Galway to a point in a game they should have won. Only real downside is Paddy’s injury. Of course it was the correct call to give him some game time. Just a terrible pity he picked up an injury. Decent score today even if we didn’t bag a goal. Not a great day for Ulster with Derry, Monaghan and Cavan all turning in poorish performances. Could be up to Jimmy again to shine the northern lights

  3. That wasn’t that bad at all, you know. 20 points , a nice haul. Well done all. We are back on the horse

  4. The campaign for Sam has truly commenced. Great to see much vaunted teams like Derry getting a good rattle early on as it means the final game won’t be a dead rubber etc.
    My early outside fancy was Donegal and I’ve seen nothing to sway me from this yet. Hopefully there’s some right cracking games to come and, a few more surprises to boot.

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