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The coming weekend’s action

I’ve just done a quick scan of all the matches involving the county this coming weekend and it’s a bit of a list. It’s worth, then, providing an overview of what’s on so you can check the diary and see which ones you might be able to make. First up is the double-header at Tuam Stadium on Saturday. The curtain-raiser there […]

Tickets, tickets, tickets, tickets, tickets

Photo: Okay, it’s Dublin Sunday three weeks so it’s time to get focused on what’s now top priority for those of us looking on. Forget all the gushing about the Greatest Game of All Time (for those with short memories, it’s worth recalling there was the same fawning after the Dublin/Kerry semi-final in 2013), from our point of view the […]

Get your tickets sorted today

Morning all. Another day has dawned – a nice enough one too by the looks of it – and despite yesterday’s second half drama we’re still in this year’s championship, one of only eight counties who can say that at this stage. I’ve no time, due to other commitments, to do a trawl through the match reports and all that today. […]

Ticket fiasco looms IF we make the quarters

Photo: Wexford GAA It’s Wednesday, we’re playing again on Saturday but, once again, you wouldn’t know it by looking at the papers. The qualifiers really are the way to go for hiding in plain sight. Had we won Connacht it’d have been our lads all over the media at the minute but we didn’t so instead it’s the turn of […]

Hurlers heading for HQ decider on Saturday

Photo: The sign over the door on the site says that it’s the footballers who are the focus of attention around here but this Saturday the attention rightly switches to the hurlers. This is because, for the first time since 2004, Saturday will see the Mayo hurlers take the field at Croke Park. They play Armagh in the final of the […]

Hurlers and Juniors do the business + remembering Joe McDonagh

Photo: @MayoGAA Well, it’s been a productive weekend for the county, with two of its less heralded teams claiming significant wins. Both the hurlers and the Junior footballers had to battle for their respective victories but in both cases their hard work and effort paid off. The hurlers looked to be well on their way to an easy enough win […]