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Ray’s reaction

Ray Dempsey has a few after-match comments in today’s Sunday Indo that are worth an airing here.  It’s no surprise to see that he paid fulsome tribute to his young charges following their emotionally charged extra-time defeat to Tyrone yesterday afternoon in Longford.  He made specific reference to the team’s winning mentality and expressed the opinion that, although defeat was […]

Best of luck today, lads

The time for words is over: in a few hours it will instead be time for the throw-in down at Pearse Park.  There’s little more to say at this point except to wish the lads well in today’s All-Ireland minor football final replay, where I know that, like they’ve done all year, they’ll do us proud once again.  They’ll know […]

Mayo unchanged for tomorrow

We’ve just named an unchanged team for tomorrow’s All-Ireland minor football final replay with Tyrone.  This means that Kiltimagh’s Ciaran Charlton, who was a late replacement for John Carney in the starting line-up last Sunday, keeps his place at top of the right.  The full line-up is as follows: Mayo v Tyrone (All-Ireland minor football final replay): Robert Hennelly; David […]

One change for Tyrone

Tyrone have announced their team for Saturday’s All-Ireland minor football replay.  There’s just one change from the team that started in the drawn match, with Ronan Tierney coming into the full-back line in place of injured captain Ryan Pickering who suffered a broken collar bone in Croke Park.  Here’s the team in full: Tyrone v Mayo (All-Ireland Minor Football Final […]

Replay will be shown live on RTE

Saturday’s All-Ireland minor football replay will be broadcast live on RTE (presumably on RTE 2), though I’m not sure if they’re giving it the full Podge and Rodge Sunday Saturday Game Live treatment. Coverage gets underway at 2.15pm ahead of the 2.30pm throw-in at Pearse Park. It’s good that it’s on the telly but those of you who are able-bodied […]