LGFA U16 All-Ireland final on Saturday
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The final Mayo team left standing this year is the LGFA U16s and they’re shooting for All-Ireland glory this coming Saturday. Their All-Ireland U16A Championship final against Cavan is fixed for Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, where throw-in on Saturday is 2pm. Club members on Patreon who listened in to our Final Whistle show following last Sunday’s LGFA loss to Armagh (here ..read more
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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Remembering John O’Mahony
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The passing of the legendary ‘Johnno’ has cast a long shadow across Mayo, the West of Ireland and the GAA world this week. Mike is joined by Edwin McGreal, Martin Carney, Andy Moran and Stephen Drake to talk about John’s life and his legacy, and why he will always be remembered as both one of the great Gaelic football managers ..read more
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Funeral details for John O’Mahony
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Few will need reminding that the funeral of the late John O’Mahony takes place in Ballaghaderreen today but I thought it would be useful to provide the relevant details. The funeral Mass takes place in the Cathedral in Ballaghaderreen at midday. Burial will take place afterwards at Kilcolman Cemetery, Ballaghaderreen. The funeral Mass is being streamed live and the link ..read more
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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Club matters back on the agenda
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Mike is joined by Colm Boyle and Ger Flanagan to talk about the club football scene in Mayo as the countdown begins to the start of the club championship next month. They chat about how the Senior Leagues are shaping up, why the structure needs tweaking, which teams are moving well, and how the split-season works for them. The lads ..read more
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U16s lose final to Cavan
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A devastating opening fifteen minutes by Cavan in today’s LGFA U16A All-Ireland final at Ballinasloe proved decisive. The Breffni girls racked up 3-6 in that period and after that there was no way back for a Mayo team that battled bravely to the finish. Cavan ran out the winners, retaining the All-Ireland title they won last year, on a 3-11 ..read more
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Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: Johnno never lost the faith
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It’s just over a week since John O’Mahony’s passing and in his latest column for club members on Patreon Mike Finnerty pays tribute to the life and legacy of the man known simply as Johnno. This bonus column is now online and is available to our club members on Patreon – it’s HERE. To get access to this column and to ..read more
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Glory awaits for Galway or Armagh
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So, this year’s All-Ireland will be won either by Galway or Armagh. Let there be no doubt either: both of them deserve their place in this year’s final. Galway dethroned defending champions Dublin in the quarters while Armagh saw off favourites Kerry this weekend at the semi-final stage. Having felled the big two, they now both deserve their shot at ..read more
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Mayo 0-17 Dublin 0-17: Mayo draw cold comfort
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Almost. Mayo almost pulled off the shock of the season. With time running out, Ryan O’Donoghue kicked Mayo in front with a ballsy free from the right wing.  There was time for one more play though and Dublin showed why they are All-Ireland champions. Ciarán Kilkenny soared to pluck Stephen Cluxton’s kick-out from the skies. He fed Jack McCaffrey who ..read more
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Monday match reports
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Well, I picked a good one to miss, didn’t I? I saw most of yesterday’s pulsating Championship encounter with Dublin on TV – by the look of the sea of blue in the shots of the crowd, I was far from the only Mayo supporter following the action in that way – but this contest was surely one best experienced ..read more
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Mayo Football Podcast episode: Final Whistle – Mayo draw with Dubs
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It looked Mayo were set to snatch a surprise win against the All-Ireland champions, but Dublin came back from the brink to earn a draw the denied Mayo top spot in the group.  Rob, Colm Boyle and Ed McGreal react to a dramatic day at Dr Hyde Park while Mike catches up with Kevin McStay and Tommy Conroy. This new ..read more
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