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Sunday match reports

Right, I may as well get this one over with as quickly and painlessly as possible. Here’s a rundown of the coverage on last night’s NFL defeat to Dublin at Croke Park, along with the available reports on the much more competitive LGFA encounter between the two counties at the same venue yesterday evening. Locals: Mayo Advertiser, Connaught Telegraph. Nationals: […]

Bits and pieces ahead of tomorrow evening’s game

We’ve named our team, they most likely won’t reciprocate until some time tomorrow – and then, of course, make a few further switches just prior to throw-in – so all that’s left to do now is to point you towards various things that need to be pointed towards as we head into our first meeting for a while with Dublin. […]

Bits and pieces ahead of tomorrow

It’s the day before our opening League match of the year so time to point you towards a few bits and pieces relating to the game and let you know what to expect here on the blog and the podcast and all that. First off, Mayo County Council have issued a safety message (here), which is mainly about parking on […]

Ballintubber’s run ends as Corofin clinch Connacht three-in-a-row

Photo: @ConnachtGAA Ballintubber’s quest for a first-ever Connacht Senior club championship title ended in defeat this afternoon at MacHale Park. While they took the game with confidence to defending champions Corofin in the opening half, they had no answer when the Galway lads turned the screw with increasing effect after the break. Corofin won by 2-10 to 1-9 at the […]

Club championship round-up

Photo: Londain GAA (via @MariaCoyne1) It was a case of mixed fortunes for teams from the county in their respective Connacht club championship matches this weekend. Four Mayo clubs were in action over the weekend, with two of them progressing to the provincial final stage while the other two bowed out of contention. Let’s start with Tooreen and that historic outing […]

Connacht club action this weekend

It’s a big weekend of club championship action at provincial level, with the winners of all three football titles within the county seeking to progress at provincial level while Tooreen fly the flag for the small ball code. Ballintubber came through an ultra-cagey preliminary round tie last weekend against Sligo champions Tourlestrane and on Sunday they face Leitrim’s Aughawillan in […]