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Four Men One Prestigious Job

Of all the jobs in the world of GAA, to be able to put yourself forward for the Mayo job is a task in itself. The decision is still yet to be made on who will get to wear the Mayo bainisteoir jacket next season and by the rate, this decision is going its feels…

See You In Croke Park – Mayo vs Kerry- All Ireland Quarter Finals

It’s another battle with the kingdom for James Horan’s Mayo as prepares to face Jack O’Connor’s Kerry in Croke Park next Sunday in the All Ireland Quarter Finals. It’s safe to say Kerry were Mayo’s last desired opponents for next Sunday’s clash but they have their two-week break to prepare for the much-anticipated clash. Like…

Match Report: Second Half Revival as Mayo Progress On- Mayo vs Kildare

It would never be a Mayo game if we weren’t on the edge of our seats. It was yet another hard-to-call match in Croke Park as Mayo produced an outstanding comeback to come from behind to prevail to the All Ireland Quater Finals. It’s safe to say Mayo fans were preparing for the long wait…

Match Report – Happy Skies, Happy Result – Mayo vs Monaghan

It was a perfect weather day to accommodate a perfect Mayo win as Mayo overcame Monaghan to prevail in the second round of qualifiers at McHale Park. It was a long-awaited encounter since our defeat to Galway and a match very hard to call for both Mayo and Monaghan fans but Mayo overcame a strong…

The Scenic Route- Qualifiers 2022

The nervous waiting is finally over as we have learned our faith in this year’s qualifiers. Séamus McEnaney’s Monaghan makes the trip to Hastings Mchale Park next Saturday as Mayo begin their qualifiers journey for 2022. The injury list hasn’t gotten better for Mayo with the addition of Michael Plunkett but as I’ve said before…

A Journalist By Trade But A Fan By Heart

Most of you who have been following me know that I created this website to be a positive support for our men’s senior panel after the All Ireland defeat to Dublin in 2020. This year’s league win against Sligo was my first match being a ‘journalist’ and had me thinking about the transition from just…

Report: 1 Point Gap As The Tribesmen Prevail – Mayo vs Galway

The sun was out and it was a long-awaited return to McHale Park for Mayo fans as Horan’s men fell short by one point as Galway prevail to face Leitrim in the next round of the Connaught Championship. Galway’s Shane Walsh opened the scoreline between the pair later being followed by Cillian O’Connor. Johnny Heaney…

Preview: Let The Championship Begin – Mayo vs Galway

The league has finally been put to bed and now it’s time for the championship. In just a few days, Mayo welcomes Galway to McHale Park for the Connaught Senior Championship Quater Final. It will be a long-awaited return home for the Mayo panel and fans and there’s no doubt we will be in for…

They Say Never Meet Your Heroes

We have all heard the saying ” You Should Never Meet Your Heroes ” that sentence doesn’t relate when it relates to the Mayo Footballers. We often forget that they are just normal people and I’ll forever be thankful for all the memories I’ve made supporting the best county in the world. As we commence…

2 Point Win In Bekan – Mayo vs Galway U-20

It may have been a battle with the wind tonight in Bekan but it didn’t stop the Mayo U20’s as they saw off Galway to win by two points in the Connaught quarter-final. Both sides had a battle with wind conditions throughout the game with Mayo facing the most in the first half. Cian O’Connell…