Team news for weekend games

We’ve named our teams for the Minor match against Cork on Saturday and the LGFA game against Dublin on Sunday. Here are details of both, starting with the match day panel for the Minor game:

Mayo (All-Ireland MFC quarter-final v Cork 8/6/2024): Nathan Roddy (Ardnaree Sarsfields); Conor Coghill (Breaffy), Tom Hession (Eastern Gaels, captain), Daithí Butler (The Neale); David Hurley (Claremorris), Mark Noonan (Claremorris), Mark Sheerin (Lahardane McHales); Josh Moyles (Crossmolina Deel Rovers), Owen Loughney (Lacken Sarsfields) Harry McHale (Castlebar Mitchels), Kobe McDonald (Crossmolina Deel Rovers), Dylan Flynn (Crossmolina Deel Rovers); Evan Walsh (Parke Keelogues Crimlin), Oisín Deane (Crossmolina Deel Rovers), Andrew Quinn (Mayo Gaels). Subs: Oisín Costello (Breaffy), Conor Kavanagh (Castlebar Mitchels), Barry Langan (Ballinrobe), Conor Moriarty (Ballaghaderreen), Jack O’Malley (Westport), Fionn Ó Cinnsella (Westport), Joe Forry (Castlebar Mitchels), Derry Óg Cox (Aghamore), Darragh Flanagan (Eastern Gaels).

The above team shows one change from the Connacht final. In comes Andrew Quinn at corner forward, replacing Conor Moriarty.

The team to play Dublin in Sunday’s LGFA All-Ireland SFC Group Stage Round 1 match is unchanged from the Connacht final and is as follows:

Mayo (LGFA All-Ireland SFC v Dublin 9/6/2024): Laura Brennan (Hollymount); Saoirse Lally (Westport, Nicola O’Malley (Westport), Kathryn Sullivan (Castlebar Mitchels); Éilis Ronayne (Davitts), Ciara Durkan (Knockmore), Danielle Caldwell (Castelbar Mitchels); Aoife Geraghty (Westport), Erin Murray (Ballyhaunis); Fionnuala McLaughlin (Westport), Ciara Needham (Louisburgh), Sinéad Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks); Aoife Staunton (Westport), Maria Cannon (Burrishoole), Lisa Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks).

The best of luck to both Mayo teams at the weekend.

    11 thoughts on “Team news for weekend games

    1. Good luck to Erin Murray and a the Mayo ladies panel .Come on Ladies ye can do it

    2. Thedarkyfinn. Been a big few weeks for him with ulster final and now this game.was excellent in that.lets play flow as much as possible

    3. Best of luck to our ladies and minors this weekend. Things are a bit flat in Mayo GAA at the moment so a win today and tomorrow would be a nice boost.

    4. U17s much the better team in the opening 20 mins and should be leading Cork by more than 7 points.

    5. This team are a tonic. Great mix of dogged work rate and pure class.
      Crossmolina”s Dylan Flynn, Kobe, and Oisin Deane all standing out going forward, but Tom Hession, Dave Hurley and Daithi Butler as dogged, sticky and classy as you come at the back.

    6. Cork are so weak it’s hard to gauge this. I can’t rem a weaker minor side from cork. Mayo nice and controlled, 11 up at HR but having had a strong breeeze in favour.. Could have created more goal chances. The two we got, one just fell kindly to Deane who finished well with a half volley and the other a penalty, but I’d like to see us being more creative and penetrative up front. I’d expect Cork to kick ball in around the square 2nd half, so Mayo need to be ready and hit them on the counter.

    7. Live stream up now, apologies for the delay, too much going on at the minute. There’ll be no match report here on the blog either, I’m afraid, it’s that kind of day!

    8. Rob could have done it…
      Thanks for all you do…
      It’s great for people living away from home ..
      I left in 1980
      We would have to get western people maybe on Thursday after games..
      Thank God for internet

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