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Rowe on fire as ladies thump Tyrone

Today’s Championship opener was the first match the Mayo LGFA team had played since March but there wasn’t a trace of lethargy in their performance. Far from it, in fact, as they positively blew away Tyrone this afternoon at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon, winning by 4-17 to 0-4. Leading the charge for the ladies today in Carrick was Sarah […]

Best of luck to the ladies today

We’ve two football Championship matches involving the county on this weekend. The first of these takes place this afternoon, with the Mayo ladies in action against Tyrone in the LGFA Senior football Championship. This match takes place at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon where throw-in is set for 1pm today. The game is being streamed live on the Ladies Football […]

This weekend’s matches

Once again it’s time to start thinking about the weekend to come and the Championship games that are set to be contested. The hurlers have this one off, as their Rackard Cup semi-final isn’t scheduled to take place until Saturday week (14th November). In that game, by the way, they’ll face either Leitrim or Longford, with those two set to […]

Coverage for this weekend’s matches

Seeing as it’s Tuesday we’re officially no longer allowed to mope any more about Sunday’s result but are compelled instead to look ahead to the matches that are down for decision this coming weekend. And sure why shouldn’t we be looking to the future? It’s Hallowe’en so it must be a Championship weekend. There’s Championship action on in both hurling […]

Monday match reports

Right, let’s start with some positivity – it’s a Bank Holiday Monday and the sun is shining outside. And next spring – if it’s in the spring that the National League next year will be contested – we’ll get to rub shoulders with all our besties from the qualifiers. Clare, Cork, Down, Kildare – what a fun we’ll have together. […]

Tyrone team named

Tyrone have finally named their starting fifteen for this afternoon’s game. It’s a strong enough team too, by the looks of it, with the bulk of those who featured against Donegal once more on duty today. Here’s the team they’ve named: Tyrone (NFL Division One v Mayo, 25/10/2020): Niall Morgan; Liam Rafferty, Ronan McNamee, Darragh Canavan; Tiernan McCann, Kieran McGeary, […]