Update on following the weekend’s action

There are two big club games involving Mayo teams on this weekend and, since I did a piece on them earlier in the week, more information has come to hand about tickets, streaming and so forth so I thought it was only right to share this with you.

Tomorrow at Josie Munnelly Park in Castlebar, the local Mitchels’ women’s footballers take on Castleisland Desmond’s of Kerry in the LGFA All-Ireland Intermediate semi-final. Throw-in is at 1pm.

Tickets for tomorrow’s game are still available and you can buy them here.

The match will be streamed live and for free on the Ladies Football Facebook page (details here) and MidWest Radio will also be doing full match commentary on it.

Graphic: Mayo GAA

It’s onto Duggan Park in Ballinasloe on Sunday for Tooreen’s All-Ireland Intermediate hurling semi-final against Kildare’s Naas. Throw-in there is 1.30pm.

Tickets for this one are available to purchase here and if you’re planning on going to the game there’s some very useful match-day information here.

Mayo GAA TV announced earlier on today that they’ll be streaming Sunday’s match live, which is great news for all those who might not be able to make it to the east Galway venue on the day. Match passes cost €10 and further details on that are here.

Midwest Radio will also be providing live commentary from the game so that’s another option for following the action.

Best of luck to both Mayo teams this weekend. Here’s hoping both of them progress to their respective All-Ireland deciders.

Finally, time for a shameless plug for our podcast club on Patreon, where this morning another bonus pod went online.

In this one, Mike Finnerty shoots the breeze with Ger Flanagan and Stephen Drake about the legend that is Colm Boyle, where best to play Oisín Mullin this year, Stephen Coen as team captain, what Aidan O’Shea’s role should be in 2022 and what the starting fifteen for Donegal might be. This bonus episode is available exclusively to club members on Patreon and details on joining the club are here.

10 thoughts on “Update on following the weekend’s action

  1. Thanks so much Willie Joe for the info regarding streaming of the Tooreen hurling match. I have now purchased a ticket

  2. Great win for Mitchels ladies! Made heavy weather of it for long periods but would have been disappointed to lose after kicking so many wides.

    The referee fell into the trap of evening the game out towards the end IMO, particularly the second goal from Castleisland, which was well inside the square.

    Anyway, hopefully Castlebar can do the job in the next game and Tooreen can join them in a final.

  3. Donegal look poor enough in this McKenna cup final. Next weekend is a must win game for us I think.

  4. They finished the game strongly, only losing by a point. Michael Murphy was impressive after coming on.

  5. Mhuigeo v Dun na Gall ar Tg4 live next Sunday.
    Diabhal leath ar Tg4
    Donegal very good on 2nd half v Monaghan!
    Mhuigeo Abu!

  6. Anybody know what the story with season tickets is for 2022 is? I have renewed for year but got no physical ticket. Is system different this year?

  7. @Exile there is no physical season ticket card this year. You download your tickets for matches via your ticket master account, the tickets should be available to print or download from there.

    Attendance is no longer being counted either. But you can only opt out of one game during the championship to be guaranteed all Ireland final ticket, should Mayo reach it

  8. @Exile, the ticket for our game against Donegal next Sunday should now be available electronically on your Ticketmaster account if you renewed your Season ticket. You can either print or download from there or scan the barcode directly from your phone on the day.

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