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One that got away?

As I was watching Kerry pull away from Kildare to win last night’s U21 All-Ireland final by a comfortable margin of seven points, it was with a sense of what might have been. Although Kildare put it up to the Kingdom for the first fifteen minutes or so, once Kerry took the lead with a goal against the run of […]

Time to kiss and make up, lads

The Indo is running an “exclusive” this morning, where they carry a very rare interview with Super Mac.  He lays it squarely on the line and says that he’s ready and willing to turn out for the county again this year.  He says a meeting that was supposed to take place with Johnno to discuss his involvement this year never […]

Jonathan Mullin named as RTE’s Gaelic correspondent

RTE have announced that Kilmaine’s own Jonathan Mullin has been appointed as the station’s first ever specialist Gaelic Games correspondent. Jonathan is already on RTE’s books and is well-known as a sports reporter with the station, having joined them in October 2006. Prior to that, he was Deputy Sports Editor with the Irish Daily Mail and has also worked with […]

No return of the Mac

Johnno has finally named the panel for this year’s championship. For some odd reason, only the Irish Times picked up on the story today, in this premium content report where they provided full details of the panel. For the record, here it is: MAYO (SF panel): D Clarke, S Nallen; K Conroy, K Higgins, C Boyle, A Higgins, L O’Malley, […]