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Monday match reports

The sun is out, the icy cold of late appears to have departed and we’re sitting pretty on top of Division One after two rounds of League games. There are worse ways to face into the week than this. So let’s add to that good mood by splashing around in the coverage that’s out there on yesterday’s heartwarming nine-point win […]

Sunday match reports

Thawed out yet? Brain frozen so in need of a quick reminder about what happened at MacHale Park last night? If so you’ve come to the right place – here’s the usual post-match collection of links to the coverage that’s online. Locals: Mayo Advertiser, Connaught Telegraph, Shannonside. Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Independent, Irish Examiner, Irish Sun. Others: GAA, RTÉ (match […]

Mayo 1-8 Roscommon 1-7: narrow win in near-gale conditions

Coming into tonight’s League opener the bottom line for us was to get a win. Champagne football could wait, slick, well-worked movements could be kept in store for another day. A win, any old win, would do and that was what we eventually got tonight at MacHale Park. It’s impossible to overstate just how difficult the conditions were at Castlebar […]

Monday match reports

I didn’t think I’d have the time this morning to sort this one but I’ve managed to squeeze it in so here goes with the usual post-game set of links to the match reports and associated coverage I’ve been able to find relating to yesterday’s FBD encounter with Galway at Tuam Stadium. Locals: Mayo Advertiser, Connaught Telegraph. Nationals: Irish Times, […]

U20s lose out in shootout

The final frontier proved to be a bridge too far for the county’s U20s today at Croke Park. In a highly entertaining and free-scoring decider it was a sharper and more clinical Kildare team that deservedly came out on top, winning the inaugural All-Ireland title at this level by 1-18 to 1-16. Congrats to them and commiserations to our lads, […]

Sunday match reports

We haven’t gone away, you know, and neither have I. Not yet at any rate. I’m even starting the day this morning on Holy Ground, having yesterday – for only the second time since the blog’s inception – travelled out of the county for a match involving us and then back into it afterwards. I’m off out the door again […]