All on the line for Mayo on Sunday

Fri, Jun 23, 2023

It's do or die from now on in for Mayo. That was always going to be the case no matter what happened last weekend against Cork, but from being six points up and looking like they had two feet in the All Ireland quarter-finals proper after topping their group - they ended up in losing by three points and finishing in third place and now have to hit the road this Sunday, rather than having a week's break.

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Mayo look to seal last eight spot

Fri, Jun 16, 2023

The importance of defeating Cork on Sunday in round 3 of the All-Ireland group stages cannot be over-emphasised. If Mayo win, they top the group and go straight through to the All-Ireland quarter finals, ensuring they will avoid an extra game and a quarter final clash against another group winner, which will most likely be Dublin, Derry and Galway. Right now, that's the way it looks anyway.

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Mayo start All Ireland series in Armagh

Fri, Jun 02, 2023

The newly crowned Connacht LGFA Senior Football champions Mayo will start the LGFA All Ireland Senior Football Championship group stages with a trip to Armagh at the end of the month on Sunday, June 25.

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Mayo back on the road again

Fri, May 19, 2023

After what feels like an eternity, Mayo are finally back in competitive fare as they take on Kerry in Killarney this Saturday in Group One, Round 1, of the All-Ireland series. As expected, Louth were confirmed as the remaining team making up Group One after they were mauled by Dublin in the Leinster final by 21 points.

It feels a bit weird that in a compressed season with way more championship games being played, you can still go a full six weeks without a game. That's a bigger gap than you would ever have had to contend with back in the "one chance only" days, when sometimes, four games were all it took to win the All-Ireland title.

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McStay ready for things to ramp up even more

Fri, Apr 07, 2023

The Mayo players were enjoying the fruits of their labours judging by the noise emanating from their dressing room deep in the bowels of Croke Park last Sunday evening after their four point win over Galway, as their victorious manager Kevin McStay was giving his thoughts on what had happened that afternoon to the press pack.

A obviously joyous Mayo manager was delighted to claim the National Football League Division One title, but knew his side had little time to celebrate with Roscommon coming up this Sunday afternoon in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park in their Connacht Championship opener.

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Mayo motor into league final

Fri, Mar 24, 2023

The games will continue to come thick and fast for Mayo over the next number of weeks.

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Mayo leave Louth behind but miss out on promotion play-off

Fri, Mar 24, 2023

 
Results elsewhere decided each team's league fate, as Mayo were comfortable winners over Louth in Darver.

Results elsewhere decided each team's league fate, as Mayo were comfortable winners over Louth in Darver.

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Donegal date to ensure Division One survival

Fri, Mar 24, 2023

Mayo know exactly what they have to do this Sunday when they make the trek to Letterkenny for their final league game of the season. The permutations are simple for Mayo win or draw and they are safe in the top flight for another season, but a loss to the Ulster side and they will be plying their trade in Division Two next year.

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Mayo motoring along nicely

Fri, Mar 24, 2023

In the immediate aftermath of Mayo's comprehensive triumph over Donegal, Kevin McStay was as shocked as the rest of us to find out that the win was Mayo's first ever competitive victory on Donegal's own patch.

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Old rivals come to Castlebar in crucial encounter

Thu, Mar 16, 2023

Mayo are right in the middle of a relegation fight in Division One of the LGFA National Football League and the big games keep coming for them.

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Mayo have earned the right to do what they want for the rest of the league

Thu, Mar 16, 2023

With two rounds still to play in the league, Mayo can consider themselves to be in the perfect storm, others may suggest it's a bit of a dilemma because of the proximity of the league final and the start of the Connacht Championship.

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Donegal date for McStay’s men

Thu, Mar 16, 2023

Mayo will make the long trek to MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey for the latest leg in their 2023 adventure on Sunday afternoon.

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