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Game day – time to stand up

We’re not yet half-way through February but today at Pearse Stadium we’re due to play our third match in this year’s National Football League campaign. Galway, already feeling right at home on their return to top tier spring football, provide the opposition and the match throws in today at 2pm, preceded by the ladies’ League clash between the same counties, […]

The train could be the thing

Photo: rte.ie We’re inching ever closer to Connacht final day – only nine days to go now – and while there’s little or no coverage about the match in the papers as yet, with Noel Connelly’s encouraging quote from the press night about all the squad being fit and ready the only morsel to chew on, time is ticking on […]

Team for U21 semi-final tomorrow named

@MayoGAA promised last night that the details of the county’s team to play Galway in tomorrow afternoon’s U21 Connacht football semi-final at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 4pm) would be released at 1pm today and true to their word it was. Here’s the full list of starting fifteen and subs: Mayo (U21 Connacht football semi-final v Galway, 23/3/2013): Paul Mannion (Mayo Gaels);┬áBrendan […]

Wet for Sunday?

Graphic: ECMWF website Early indications, as the above graphic shows, are that we might be more in need of limited edition commemorative umbrellas rather than t-shirts at Croke Park next Sunday. These longer-range forecasts can, though, be spectacularly wrong – it was meant to be belting down rain the day of our quarter-final against Down but instead all that was […]