Mayo one step from All Ireland Final spot

Thu, Jul 27, 2023

Tom Semple’s field in Thurles has seen many the classic encounter down the years, mostly of the small ball variety; but on Saturday Mayo will head to the home of hurling looking to book a spot in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship final for the first time in six years.

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A weekend to savour coming up

Thu, Jul 27, 2023

The Mayo ladies take centre stage for us when they take on Kerry this Saturday in the All-Ireland semi- final in Thurles. This will be a testing encounter for them as Kerry will be full of confidence and expectation after defeating All-Ireland champions Meath in their quarter final.

Michael Moyles' team have showed great composure and character throughout the year especially in the quarter final win over Galway when they looked like they were in danger of losing.

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Mayo hold their nerve to book final four spot

Thu, Jul 20, 2023

Shauna Howley's last-second point sealed Mayo's second championship victory over Galway last Saturday in Pearse Stadium in Salthill and booked Michael Moyles' side a place in the final four of the All Ireland series for the third year in a row. They will be testing their mettle against Kerry in Semple Stadium on Saturday week in a repeat of last year's semi-final, where the Kingdom emerged victorious.

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A stunning weekend of football we just witnessed

Thu, Jul 20, 2023

Massive congrats to the Mayo LGFA seniors who did so well to squeeze out a winner against Galway in their All-Ireland quarterfinal played in brutal conditions in Salthill.

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Final four showdowns set the scene for championship to come

Thu, Jul 20, 2023

The Mayo GAA Senior Football Leagues are down to the final four across the top three divisions, with a feast of knock-out football taking place this coming weekend.

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Final four weekend as we watch from the sidelines

Fri, Jul 14, 2023

This weekend, the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals take centre stage, along with the Tailteann Cup final, and there is absolutely no doubt that there is a major anticlimax here without Mayo's involvement in those semi-finals.

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League quarter-finals weekend promises exciting action

Fri, Jul 14, 2023


The Mayo GAA Senior Football League's have reached the last eight stages after last weekend's conclusion of the group stages of the various divisions confirmed the quarter finalist and relegation final places.

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Old rivals square off again with no room for error

Fri, Jul 14, 2023

Familiarity can breed contempt, but there will be plenty of respect between the players of Mayo and Galway on Saturday afternoon when they come face to face once again on the field. Both parties will be continuing the GPA led protest by ladies players looking for equality in the game.

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Dublin dismiss the dream once again

Fri, Jul 07, 2023

The rotten Monday morning feeling after a championship defeat was fully administered this week after a seismic loss to Dublin on a score line of 2-17 to 0-11.

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Dubs down Mayo in merciless fashion

Fri, Jul 07, 2023

Dublin 2-17
Mayo 0-11

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Mayo reacted the right way to set up for victory over Galway

Fri, Jun 30, 2023

How were Mayo going to react after seeing a place in the last eight slip though their fingers in the final quarter against Cork a week earlier was the big question heading into Pearse Stadium last Sunday.

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Little rest for Mayo after a weekend of drama

Fri, Jun 23, 2023

Little did I think that in trying to explain the scoring permutations in last week's column, they would have such relevance for the fate of six teams last weekend. There were frantic finishes to three games in three different venues that had serious consequences for the teams involved.

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