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Cora to the fore as Carnacon are champs once again

The ladies All-Ireland club championship senior football final took place in Ballymahon earlier today and it resulted in victory for Mayo’s Carnacon who defeated Na Fianna of Dublin by 2-12 to 2-4. RTÉ’s match report on today’s decider is here. The Dublin girls were appearing in their first ever national decider at this level but it must have been a daunting experience for them to […]

We are where we are

This article in yesterday’s Indo lays pretty well bare the dire financial situation currently facing the Mayo GAA County Board. It’s a situation which many knew something about in broad outline before now but it was only at the County Board meeting on Monday night that the full details of the crisis were finally revealed in all their unbridled ugliness. No […]

The road to ’51

It’s the time of year once again for books and there’s one being launched this weekend which is sure to be of great interest to Mayo GAA followers. The Road to 51 by James Laffey, editor of the Western People, tells the story of Mayo’s footballing history from the county’s first appearance in a senior All-Ireland final in December 1916 […]