In this mid-term review episode of the podcast, Mike chats with Malachy Clerkin of the Irish Times and with former Mayo player and RTE co-commentator Martin Carney about how Mayo’s League campaign is going so far. Malachy outlines why he feels Mayo supporters have plenty to be optimistic about this year while Martin picks out some players who he feels need to impress in the coming week’s ahead of the county’s pivotal Connacht Championship meeting with Galway in late April.
Joining Mike on the show to look back on Kilmeena’s marvellous All-Ireland JFC final victory is Stephen Drake, who was at Croke Park last Sunday to see the West Mayo club reach the summit. Stephen explains what he thinks Kilmeena now need to do to make an impact at Intermediate level and he looks at Jack Carney’s chances of breaking into the Mayo team in the near future. We also hear from Kilmeena’s manager John Reilly.
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12 thoughts on “Mid-term review – Mayo News Football Podcast 2022 E5”
Croke Park League meetings with Dublin
Dublin 4-15 Mayo 3-13 (Croke Park, 20/3/2011).
Dublin 2-14 Mayo 0-16 (Croke Park, 2/3/2013).
SEMI-FINAL: Dublin 2-16 Mayo 0-16 (Croke Park, 14/4/2013)
Dublin 3-14 Mayo 2-17 (Croke Park, 29/3/2014)
Dublin 1-16 Mayo 0-7 (Croke Park, 4/3/2017).
Dublin 1-12 Mayo 0-7 (Croke Park, 23/2/2019).
Since Dublin moved into Croke Park for home National games we have never beaten them there, we have taken a few very bad beatings as Malachy mentions but we should have beaten them in a drawn game back in 2014 but we tried to keep ball in injury time and it was intercepted and Dublin got a late goal to draw the game.Stephen Cuxton was sent off in that game from what I remember.
The last time Mayo beat Dublin away was 2005 in Parnell Park.
I thought C. Dempsey was good in the Sigerson cup semi finals this evening. He got a lovely point running from midfield.P. Towey got 2 lovely points (sub). Jack Coyne also played but must have been substituted.
Fionn Mc Donagh very good for NUIG. Also young Durcan from Castlebar Mitchell’s.
Paul Towey got 3 points I think.Clifford got 4.
Where will the final be played I wonder
Good news from Horan on the injury front this evening. Looking at a return for Cillian in the Kerry game in 12th March. Eoghan Mc and Harrison not long term injuries either.
Did Towey not start, I know he had number 32 on his back alright?
James carr is also on the way back according to Horan
Where did Horan say that.
Might go to that Sigerson final
Mayo News article online quotes Horan as stating that McLaughlin (Eoghan) will be back for Armagh game and Cillian either before or after Kerry game. Stated also that Harrison is grand and that Mark Moran and zmcBrien almost ready to go…and that Mullin, Hession will be available for Dublin
Here is the article for anyone looking to read some positive news.
Gavan Durcan started before Fionn mcDonagh in sigerson game. A few mayo players on both teams for final
Both Fionn and Gavin Durcan started in the forward line for NUIG ?
JKell 88. My apologies. You are correct. Both started, Fionn substitjuted after 60 and brouhht back at 75 for Durcan.