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Senior final preview – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E45

This coming Saturday evening the destination of the Moclair Cup for the next twelve months is set to be decided. Defending champions Ballintubber, seeking to claim a remarkable fifth senior county club football title this decade, are set to face off under the MacHale Park lights against challengers Ballaghaderreen, who last tasted senior title success in 2012. In this episode […]

Tooreen’s three-in-a-row + the rest of the weekend’s results

At MacHale Park this afternoon Tooreen clinched their third county SHC title in a row, beating Castlebar Mitchels by 0-18 to 1-13. It was the East Mayo club’s 30th county title but they were made to battle hard by the underdogs today before eventually getting their hands on the TJ Tyrell Cup. Tooreen led by three points at the break […]

Club semi-final review – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E44

After another weekend of knockout action in both the Senior and Intermediate club championships, the race for honours at both levels is now down to the final two. Defending champions Ballintubber have qualified for another tilt at the Moclair Cup where they’ll face surprise packets Ballaghaderreen while the Sweeney Cup will be contested by The Neale and Ballyhaunis. In this […]

Club quarter-final review – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E42

The race for honours in the club championships is hotting up nicely with the Senior, Intermediate and Junior title races all now at the knockout stages. It’s down to the final four in both the SFC and IFC championships while only two teams remain standing at Junior level.  Mayo News duo Mike Finnerty and Ger Flanagan present this latest episode […]

Nine All-Star nominations for the ladies

The list of nominees for this year’s TG4 LGFA All-Stars was announced this afternoon and Mayo have nine players on the list. Our nine nominees are Danielle Caldwell, Éilis Ronayne, Ciara McManamon, Ciara Whyte, Sinéad Cafferky, Niamh Kelly, Grace Kelly, Sarah Rowe and Rachel Kearns. Congrats to each and every one of them. As you’d expect, three-in-a-row champions Dublin lead […]