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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.
Mayo manager James Horan has given 28 players game time so far in this year's National Football League across their three opening games.
Mayo manager James Horan has made five changes to the team that started their division one win over Meath two weeks ago for this Sunday's clash with Monaghan in Clones.
This Sunday will see the Mayo ladies senior footballers take on Waterford in a rearranged clash after their meeting last Sunday was called off due to a weather warning.
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.
Mayo manager James Horan will give four players their league debuts tomorrow night in the counties league opener against Donegal in a youthful and exciting looking team.
Mayo manager James Horan has named the starting line-up for his sides first game of the new season against Galway in the FBD League on Sunday.
Mayo manager Peter Leahy says his players continue to grow as a unit as they booked their place in a TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final.
Mayo left the field in MacHale Park a fortnight ago with mixed feelings, they were glad to have won a second bite at Galway, thanks to Tracey Leonard pulling her late, late free wide of the target - but also experienced regret over not taking the chances that came there way to win the game. Tomorrow afternoon in the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick they will get a chance to put those regrets to right.
The Mayo footballing weekend gets under way this evening in the the old house of pain for many of the counties sides - Tuam Stadium. The old ground is getting a lick of paint and some refurbishment works at the minute and it has been the scene of many a painful defeat for Mayo teams down through the years, but for this year's crop of Mayo minors that will have little effect on them as they take their next formative steps as inter-county footballers.