Mayo News football podcast – ladies final review

The county was back in action at Croke Park yesterday and the Mayo News football podcast was there too to capture the action and reaction from the LGFA All-Ireland final.

Host Rob Murphy, Daniel Carey and I watched the match from the press box in the Upper Hogan and we take you through the action as it unfolded. Afterwards, Rob and Danny caught up with Mayo manager Frank Browne, captain Sarah Tierney and Dublin manager Mick Bohan. Oisin Langan of Newstalk also joins in the post-match chat.

This LGFA All-Ireland final review edition podcast is now available on SoundCloud and iTunes. You can also listen to it here on the site, either by clicking the player below or the one on the sidebar to the right.

12 thoughts on “Mayo News football podcast – ladies final review

  1. Is that true? Andy Moran staying on. A bit a good news.

    Dont know about the rest of ye but i’m still not feeling the “May West” since it all went “Pete Tong” on the 17th. This could be the hardest one to take. Even worse than Meath 96. Good Gawd.

  2. YIPEE
    first bit of decent good news since the 17th, i agree with you Baconfactoryend,there is unfinished business to be attended to!
    Andy moran is an inspirational sportsman-

  3. Delighted, fair play Andy!!!. What a servant you are. Hopefully Rochford, Buckley and McEntee stat too. If we reclaim Connacht, theirs absolutely no reason why we shouldn’t be back in the final next year. Again, does anyone know when the Connacht draw is due to take place?.

  4. Great to see Andy commit to another year but it is hardly a surprise either. It has been a tough week or so since the final. Remember however bad we feel, the players and management feel 100 times worse. We just got to keep going…giving up is not an option.

    I am looking forward to the club championship and then the 2018 league. I think Mayo will have an even bigger support next year.

  5. Said it on previous post. Will say it again: LEGEND! (no apologies for upper case here Willie Joe!).

    Remember this guy has been going since the FBD competition in January.

  6. Don’t think there was ever any doubt about Andy. The only things that will stop him now are form and/or injury.

    I remember a couple of years ago saying that Mayo would win the All Ireland when he was manager. Hopefully he gets there as a player.

    Moran would be a terrific man in s managerial role…or as a Commercial Director, overseeing structures and marketing. If only you could bottle his enthusiasm for Mayo…

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