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Emphatic defeat for Mayo-fuelled Connacht

Well, if we can claim the bulk of the credit for Connacht’s decisive victory over Leinster last weekend in the Railway Cup semi-final then we have to be prepared to accept the bulk of the responsibility for the province’s decisive defeat to Munster in this evening’s interprovincial final.  Played in front of a few hundred hardy souls in bracing conditions […]

Tyrone 0-13 Mayo 1-9: we got what we deserved

“Ye were in hard luck, lads” said the guy on the bike that we met on Philibsburgh Avenue as we trudged wearily home from Croke Park this evening. “No we weren’t” the Brother and I answered in unison “we got what we deserved”. And we did, you know: we were shapeless, clueless and, apart from a few exceptions, leaderless against […]

Mayo 1-11 Galway 2-9: narrow defeat in wintry conditions

On a day that you’d hesitate before exposing your dog to the elements, Mayo produced another committed league performance this afternoon in Castlebar but, as has already happened more than once to us in this NFL campaign, we didn’t get the result that our performance merited, with two late points from play allowing Galway to escape McHale Park with a […]