We’ve named our team for tomorrow’s Senior football challenge match against Sligo, the first game under the new management team headed by Kevin McStay.
The match, which is being held in association with Mindspace Mayo to raise awareness about mental health issues, will be played at James Stephens Park, Ballina, where throw-in is 1pm. Here’s the starting fifteen we’ve named for it:
If you’re planning on heading to the game tomorrow, then just remember that match tickets need to be purchased in advance – it’s €10 for adult admission, with free admission for U16s. You can buy tickets online here. The game is also being streamed on Mayo GAA TV (match pass is €10) – details here.
We’ll have out first Mayo Football Podcast episode of 2023 online for our Patreon club members shortly after tomorrow’s match is over. Mike will be doing the honours on what’s set to be the first of many Final Whistle pods we’ll be releasing on match days this year.
If you want to join the club, you can do so here, where annual membership is available at a 10% discount on the monthly rate, with the annual sub costing €54 plus VAT.
Earlier on today, by the way, we also named our match-day panel for tomorrow’s Connacht Hurling League match against Leitrim, which takes place in the Dome at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence. That match gets underway at 3pm tomorrow and details of Mayo’s match-day panel for it are here.