Donal has been on to let me know that a more straightforward arrangement has now been put in place for anyone who wants to order the results book, Mayo: sixty years of thrills and spills, from afar. It’s all very straightforward, in fact: you can now buy the book directly from the Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation on their website – here.
If you buy the book this way, it’ll cost you a tenner (which includes postage and packaging) and they’ll deliver it to you wherever you are – Aghamore or Auckland, it’s all the one to them. Now you really have no excuse to deny that results nerd within you the satisfaction that he or she craves.
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Fair play for highlighting this WJ. And well done to Mick Byrne and Donal O’Donoghue for putting in all the time and effort to come up with the book.
I have my order placed anyway.
A worthy cause and the book will provide endless quiz questions on journeys to/from Croke Park – how often we’ll get the chance to make that journey is another story….
Thanks for that WJ, am doing it this p.m. Look forward to the book. Good to see Spalpin back on football ground once more, I have to chide him a little though. The elequent Spalpin whom I check on after checking on you WJ, opinioned that the League might not be a precourser of championship glory or words to that effect. Just a reminder that Kerry won the league in 1984, 2004, 2006 and 2009. They won sam on each of those years. Like wise Tyrone in 2003, Cork in 1989, Meath in 1988, Dublin in 1976 and Galway in 1965. For the big guns the old league is a still a fair indicator. Well done to the Spalpin and yourself on the testimonials to the retired Nallen and Heaney.