Search Results for 'Derek Walsh'
32 results found.
Having just watched his side let a decent lead slip and then taste the bitter pill of defeat on finals day in Croke Park, Mayo senior hurling manager Derek Walsh tried to put some sense on had just happened.
A busy weekend of championship action for Mayo teams throws-in right at home on Saturday lunch-time, when the Mayo senior hurlers do battle with Leitrim for a spot in the Nicky Rackard Cup final.
It's the Monday after a hectic weekend of champoionship action for Mayo senior teams in both football and hurling, we look at some bits and bobs from over the weekend.
Mayo picked up where they left off last weekend against Monaghan in Healy Park on Saturday afternoon where they put hosts Tyrone to the sword.
Things couldn't really have gone much better for the Mayo senior hurlers last Saturday - a 25 point victory, 12 different players getting on the scoreboard and the first competitive win of the year under their belts.
The Mayo senior hurlers will get their championship campaign up and running tomorrow afternoon when they make the long journey to Clontibret to take on Monaghan in the first round of the Nicky Rackard Cup.
It was always going to be a tough task for the Mayo hurlers to maintain their place in division 2A of the National Hurling League this season.
The Mayo senior hurlers will be looking to pick up a win against Wicklow on Sunday that would be vital in ensuring the stay in Division 2A of the National Hurling League for next season.
It's been a long time since the hurlers of Mayo got to represent the county - having played their last competitive game of 2019 in early June last year when they exited the Nicky Rackard cup after drawing away to Sligo.
It's all pretty simple for the Mayo hurlers this weekend - they know they have to beat Sligo tomorrow afternoon by two points to make sure they are in the knock-out rounds of the Nicky Rackard Cup.