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The card that cheers

That was a painless enough ticket hunt: well, for those of us in possession of our Club Mayo Dublin membership cards, it certainly was.  This is because those nice Club Mayo people have confirmed that our existing membership deal, which provides for free entry into all home league matches, remains in place for the all-ticket match with Westmeath tomorrow week. […]

All-ticket for Westmeath match

The world exclusive on this one has already been claimed by my blogging colleague No One Shouted Stop! but it’s worth repeating here that the match against Westmeath on Sunday week (8th of March) will be an all-ticket one.  The County Board decided this last night (here’s Midwest’s confirmation of it) and they’ve also decreed that home supporters will be […]

Ash Wednesday

It’s the start of Lent, hombres, which, Chez WJ, means the disappearance of cake, biscuits, chocolate and all that kind of thing.  Not, I hasten to add, arising from any religious zealotry in these parts – D9 is not the Bible Belt – but instead it’s an annual attempt to put some kind of halt to this depressing phenomenon of […]

End this farce now

Okay, Monday morning, work to be done and all that.  Very little on-field stuff to talk about (certainly nothing of the green and red variety), though when I read the match report this morning about Mark Vaughan’s 1-6 against Corofin on Saturday, I couldn’t help but be reminded about the blonde one’s late, late equalising point in Crokes’ Dublin semi-final […]