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Early morning decision on tomorrow evening’s match

Mayo GAA have just announced that a decision will be made early in the morning about whether or not tomorrow evening’s match against Kerry will go ahead as scheduled. That decision will, according Mayo GAA, be made in conjunction with Croke Park. Here’s the announcement that’s been issued: In relation to tomorrow’s Allianz league game between Mayo & @Kerry_Official a […]

Croí jersey for tomorrow night’s match unveiled

The one-match-only Mayo jersey that the team will be wearing in tomorrow night’s National League Division One game against Kerry at MacHale Park (throw-in 7.15pm) has been revealed. That’s it in the image above and very nice it looks too. Kudos to Croí, Mayo GAA and Elvery’s for helping to make this initiative happen. Don’t forget that tomorrow evening’s match […]

Croí set to be at the heart of the Kerry match on Saturday week

All thoughts are, I know, currently focused firmly in the direction of the border and Sunday’s NFL Round 4 meeting with Monaghan at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones. That’s a big one for us but so too is the clash the following weekend back on home turf at MacHale Park against All-Ireland finalists Kerry. To tie in with the Kerry […]

Team news for U20s tomorrow and women’s League match on Sunday

There were two Mayo team announcements made earlier today and here they are. First up is the team named for tomorrow’s Connacht U20 Championship quarter-final against Galway at MacHale Park (throw-in 2pm). The starting fifteen for this all-or-nothing provincial Championship knockout tie is as follows: Mayo (Connacht U20 Championship quarter-final v Galway, 8/2/2020): Jamie McNicoholas (Kiltimagh); Jack Coyne (Ballyhaunis, captain), […]

Club Stars + yesterday’s action

The Club Stars event last night was great fun, with the added advantage that I’m waking up here in Westport this morning with only only a short trot to complete to get to MacHale Park a bit later on. The ballroom in the Knockranny was full to capacity last night, with a succession of award winners honoured on the night. […]

Useful run-out for fringe players

The notion behind The Underdogs show on TG4 is that it provides a platform for footballers who haven’t made it at county level to showcase their talents. Tonight’s televised match between a Mayo selection and the Underdogs at MacHale Park was, however, as much about the emerging talent in the Green and Red jerseys as it was the lads in […]

Donegal review – Mayo News football podcast 2019 E35

Words on a podcast description can hardly do justice to what transpired in MacHale Park on Saturday evening. A truly unforgettable evening at the famous Castlebar venue saw Mayo prevail over the Ulster champions Donegal, underlining why they are still among the top teams in the land.  On this week’s episode of the Mayo News football podcast host Rob Murphy […]