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Congrats to marathon man Cathal

When times are bad, positive news stories tend to hit home with even greater impact. That’s certainly the case in this worrying and deeply surreal period where the news cycle is almost universally dominated by negative developments. This means that the story about Cathal Freeman’s quixotic marathon-with-a-sliotar, which he completed successfully earlier this evening, is even more uplifting and welcome […]

Venue changed for tomorrow’s hurling match

Well, Storm Dennis has landed and it’s fairly making its presence felt. Sporting fixtures today and tomorrow are being hit hard and it was announced earlier on that the venue for tomorrow’s NHL Division 2A clash with Wicklow has been has now been changed to the Connacht Centre of Excellence in Bekan. Throw-in remains 1pm tomorrow. There’s no word yet […]

LGFA and hurling action on this weekend

Another weekend, another storm roaring in off the Atlantic. Will Storm Dennis prove as disruptive to fixtures over the next two days as Ciara was last weekend? I guess we’ll find out soon enough. This weekend’s a rest one for the lads in the National League and so, from a Mayo perspective, the matches of interest involve the women’s footballers […]

Monday match reports

Once again way later than I’d have wanted but, for the record, here are links to the coverage about the weekend’s matches involving the three Mayo teams who were in action. My thanks to Fergal for sourcing the bulk of these. Locals: Connaught Telegraph. Nationals: Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Irish Independent, Irish Sun, Irish Mirror (live blog). Others: GAA, Dublin […]