Over for the match New York – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E16

A Connacht championship quarter-final tie against New York is always a fixture to savour, offering as it does the opportunity to spend time in one of the great cities of the world, a place where the Irish – among them substantial numbers of Mayo people – have made their mark. Thousands of Mayo people have made the trek across the Atlantic for the game and the Mayo News football podcast is there too, catching up both with Mayo folk who are spending the weekend in the Big Apple and with those who have made the USA their home.

In this episode of the podcast, co-hosts Rob Murphy – who is on location in NYC – and John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog, who’s back at base keeping the home fires burning, get the ball rolling as they chat about the atmosphere leading up to this special championship fixture.

Then the focus moves to Times Square on Thursday where Rob and Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty, both fresh off the plane from Ireland, contemplate the agenda facing them for their weekend in New York. Next Mike catches up with Tony McTigue of the Mayo New York GAA club, while Rob chats with ex-Mayo star and RTE contributor John Casey. Finally, Rob meets up with Club 51 stalwart Anne-Marie Flynn to get the fans’ perspective on this ultimate GAA road trip.

This latest episode of the Mayo News football podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Podomatic and Spotify. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below or the one on the right.

The Mayo News football podcast’s championship coverage this summer is proudly sponsored by J Streicher. “When it absolutely, positively has to be financed on Wall St.” Visit our website at www.jstreicher.eu.

5 thoughts on “Over for the match New York – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E16

  1. Anyone to broadcast ?
    Okay this is a long shot but here goes anyway.

    There is an app I believe that syncs with twitter called Periscope.
    Whatever is been shot with Periscope from your phone can be viewed live by anyone who follows you on twitter.

    So anyone up for the job ?

    All you need to do is let everyone know your twitter name.
    Anyone that wants to watch the match then follows you on twitter (a great way to get loads of followers).
    Then when you start taking the match in with your phone via Peeiscope all your followers can watch the match live on twitter.

    A back up power supply probably needed to keep the phone charged up.

    Anybody over there with American cousins with a bit of tech savy and going to the game that would like to have a buch of Irish followers on twitter, tell them to get to work and stick their twitter handle up here on the blog.

    It probably won’t happen but I said just in case.

  2. Very sad to hear that Cora Staunton has suffered a double-leg break down under…I wish her well.

    A lot of rain forecast tomorrow for NYC!

  3. Terrible news for Cora.

    Appreciate it’s a long shot but if anyone hears of a couple of tickets up for grabs please give me a shout!

  4. Terrible news for Cora. Possibly the end of her career – but then I wouldn’t rule out a comeback from her

  5. Terrible news .. Double break sounds very bad . Hopefully she will get back playing , even club football for a season .
    I take it the Mayo match this evening can NOT be seen on any TV channel ???

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