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Window closing for inter-county Championships

Since the decision was made back in June to push the resumption of inter-county action back to the final quarter of the year, there hasn’t been a whole load of speculation about whether or not it might even be feasible for county teams to take to the field again before the year is out. In recent days, though, the focus […]

Hurling semi-finals on this weekend

After two rounds of Championship action the county’s club footballers have this weekend off. In their absence, centre-stage is set to be taken by the hurlers, with both SHC semi-finals being contested. The big two have been kept apart in this weekend’s penultimate round fixtures. Ballyhaunis are up against Castlebar Mitchels, a repeat of last year’s semi-final in which Castlebar […]

Round 3 ticketing arrangements

Mayo GAA have released details of the ticketing arrangements Round 3 of the club Championships for Cáirde Mhaigheo (Club +) season ticket holders. You’ll find this update here. As the update confirms, the current 200-person limit for attendances at GAA matches is very likely to remain in place for the Round 3 fixtures. As a result, tickets are going to […]

Club Championship update – Mayo News football podcast 2020 E20

With no inter-county action this summer due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the club championships within the county are generating more interest than usual. Clubs are also getting the chance to play championship ties in summertime and the two rounds of games contested so far have produced several high-quality contests. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we […]