The lads aren’t in action this weekend but that doesn’t mean there aren’t Mayo teams to follow this Saturday and Sunday. There are – three of them to be precise.
Let’s start with the women footballers. They’ve made a great start to their League campaign this spring and, with two wins from two outings, they’re already guaranteed of a place in the Division One semi-finals.
Sunday’s clash with against Donegal is still a tasty one as they, like Mayo, have a 100% record after two games. While both counties are already through to the semis, Sunday’s encounter will decide which one of them tops the Division 1A group.
It’s the same story, by the way, in Division 1B where All-Ireland champions Meath and Dublin are both on six points and they also meet on Saturday. This means Michael Moyles’ charges will be playing either Meath or Dublin in the semi-finals and which it is will be decided by the outcome of the two top-of-the-table clashes this weekend.
Our match with Donegal takes place at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence on Sunday, where throw-in is 2pm.
It’s an all-ticket game, with tickets needing to be bought in advance and you can do this here.
The match will also be streamed live on the LGFA Player – full details on accessing the live stream are here.
On Saturday, the county’s U20 footballers are also up against Donegal. This is in the Leo Murphy Cup, with this one fixed for the GAA Centre in Convoy where throw in is 1.45pm.
The third match involving the county takes place on Sunday at James Stephens Park, Ballina. This time it’s the hurlers who’ll be taking the field and they’re up against Sligo. Throw-in is 2pm.
With only one point from three outings, the hurlers are in a bit of bother in Division 2B. They’re currently bottom of the table, in fact, so a win over the Yeatsmen is pretty much a necessity if they’re to have any hopes of staving off relegation this year.
Tickets for this game are available here.
Best of luck to all the Mayo teams in action this coming weekend.