Now that I’m six

Sixth birthday cake

As Mayo Mick alluded to earlier on in the comments, today is a day of some meaning here on the site as it’s exactly six years since its inception. My, how time flies …

The more that time goes by, the more I wonder how much longer I can keep this going but, don’t worry, I’m not going to descend into a Beckettian must-go-on-can’t-go-on-will-go-on monologue at this point. Instead, it’s best to reflect on what has been an interesting six years punctuated by a few exhilarating highs as well as a few crashing lows. Par for the course as a #mayogaa supporter, you might say.

Thanks for walking the road with me over the past six years and here’s to good times on the road that lies ahead of us.

11 thoughts on “Now that I’m six

  1. Great blog /website Willie joe…. lonh may it continue.. Great place to read about Mayo GAA and listen to opinions… even if i don’t agree with all of them!! Happy Birthday!!

  2. Happy B Mr WJ! I hope you are still writing when we win the big one however long that may take!

    not sure if you read my comments under the podcast article but i just updated them with some interesting news

  3. Thanks, NS – I’ve just seen it now. Fair play to Sean Moran for holding his hands up in that way. Hope our performances merit his close attention to us over the next few weeks!

  4. Happy birthday WJ!
    I hope you continue with the site for a long time to come. Always my first port of call on all matters #mayogaa
    Keep up the good work
    Trevor

  5. Congrats willie joe, well done an best of luck in the future…..Now why cant mayo name their team on a wens. or thur. nite like mosy countys and dont tell me its because of injuries, because every county has injuries, it was the same craic last year, mostly fri.nites if i recall…..

  6. Congratulations Willie Joe on your 6 years, it’s a great site and a must read for me most days. Hope you can keep it going for many more year.

  7. Team named for Sunday;

    1) David Clarke – Ballina Stephenites (Capt.)
    2) Shane McHale – Knockmore
    3) Ger Cafferkey – Ballina Stephenites
    4) Keith Higgins – Ballyhaunis
    5) Tom Cunniffe – Castlebar Mitchels
    6) Donal Vaughan – Ballinrobe
    7) Chris Barrett – Belmullet
    8) Aidan O’Shea – Breaffy
    9) Seamus O’Shea – Breaffy
    10) Lee Keegan – Westport
    11) Richie Feeney – Castlebar Mitchels
    12) Cathal Freeman – Aghamore
    13) Kevin McLoughlin – Knockmore
    14) Jason Doherty – Burrishoole
    15) Michael Conroy – Davitts

    James Horan – Manager
    James Nallen – Runner
    Tom Prendergast – Selector
    Donnie Buckley – Trainer
    Dr. Sean Moffatt – Doctor
    Liam Moffatt – Physio

    Its and interesting one with both Lee and Richie being named in the half forward line. Not sure I like Lee here and think he should be maintained in the half back line, but time will tell on that front.

    Will be interesting to see how Kevin McLoughlin plays also; if he drops deep and has a license to roam or if he plays more traditional corner forward role (I doubt it).

  8. Dont like the way the team is set up and looks like JH is try,n out a few things, better waiting till later in the leag. for that, we need to get a couple early wins on board espec. that our first 2 games at home, cant comment on a few the selections and ther positions there start,n until we see the team for ourselfs tomorrow performing….we hav to win and be sending out a message for the coming months especially stating with kerry an tyrone next sunday[they hav,t gone away]…priceless what 2 wins against ky. n tyr. woud do for the cofidence in the team heading for croker in afew weeks time….

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