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Mayo News football podcast – level pegging again

Yesterday was a real rollercoaster for us and the latest episode of the Mayo News football podcast captures plenty of the day’s excitement as it developed. Host Rob Murphy and I take you through the action and then we were joined by Ger Flanagan to chat through the match we’d just witnessed. From there, the action swings across to the […]

Mayo News football podcast extra – Kerry scene set

With the All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry now approaching rapidly, it’s time for another helping of the Mayo News football podcast. This one sets the scene for Sunday’s game, with input from both counties. First up Mike Finnerty of the Mayo News speaks with Stephen Rochford before host Rob Murphy chats with TV3 sports correspondent and Kerry native Sinéad Kissane. Then […]

Mayo News football podcast – keys to the Kingdom

Right, the countdown to Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry is now properly underway. No better method to get you in the mood, then, than a fresh episode of the Mayo News football podcast. In this edition host Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty, Edwin McGreal and Sean Rice in the Mayo News offices to get stuck into the detail […]

Mayo News football podcast – running riot

Another championship match involving the county – this one devastatingly different from the ones that preceded it – and so it’s time for another edition of the Mayo News football podcast. This one focuses on yesterday’s extraordinary crushing of Roscommon in the All-Ireland quarter-final replay at Croke Park. On this week’s show, we hear from Paul Earley for Sky Sports, […]

Mayo News football podcast – Roscommon replay preview

On Bank Holiday Monday, Mayo face Roscommon in the All-Ireland quarter-final replay as this remarkable season continues for at least one more game. Rob Murphy, Edwin McGreal and Billy Joe Padden are on duty for our extra show this week and they bring you some detailed insight and analysis into what happened last week and what might change on Monday. […]

Mayo News football podcast – not gone yet

Where do you even start? Mayo and Roscommon drew yesterday and must meet again on Bank Holiday Monday for a place in the All-Ireland semi-final. This week’s podcast, recorded in Croke Park during and after the game, attempts to make sense of yet another disjointed Mayo performance and a hugely impressive start and finish from Roscommon. On this show, host […]

Mayo News football podcast extra – Roscommon preview

It’s a huge weekend up ahead in the championship, in particular for the three Connacht counties who’ll share the billing – along with Kerry – on Sunday. Another match means another Mayo News football podcast and this latest episode looks ahead to our showdown with Roscommon. Host Rob Murphy and I chat about the upcoming game and Rob then has a […]

The West’s awake

Photo: Irish Mirror (Inpho) This summer is turning out to be an interesting one for counties in Connacht. For only the second time ever since the current championship dispensation came into being in 2001, the province has three teams in the last eight. This year will also be the second time since then that a team from the province is […]

Mayo News football podcast – Rebels reeling, Rossies ready

In this week’s podcast you can relive the atmosphere from Saturday evening’s epic tussle with Cork in Limerick. Ger Flanagan and Rob Murphy were in the stands at Gaelic Grounds while John Fogarty of the Irish Examiner joined us afterwards to give us his thoughts. Plus there is post-game audio from Cillian O’Connor. There’s a detailed review of the game […]