Chloe Lynch

I'm Chloe Lynch a GAA journalist from County Mayo. I've been writing for over a year, some of you might know me best as The Girl That Writes About Mayo GAA. My main goal while writing is to give back to the players within the GAA. I have had my work read by members of the Mayo panel. I hope you enjoy this blog as I share my passion for GAA with you.
Right Half Back- Paddy Durcan

Right Half Back- Paddy Durcan

Through the years any young GAA player in Mayo  that has come through to play for county senior level have proven themselves to managers and have gone on to become brilliant veterans of the game. Amongst all the names on the list a standout in my opinion is Paddy Durcan. Even though Durcan joined senior…

Wing Forward – Diarmuid O’Connor

Wing Forward – Diarmuid O’Connor

Through the years Mayo GAA have been very fortunate with the young players bursting through to the senior team, each player comes through determined to be at their best and have contributed goals and points when we needed them most. One player who’s a perfect example of this is Diarmuid O’Connor. Having made his senior…

GoalKeeper- Rob Hennelly

GoalKeeper- Rob Hennelly

Everyone knows Mayo GAA has the most incredible fans. Each fan has a player that they look up to, someone they’ll support no matter what. While many fans favourite players are the likes of Aidan O’Shea or Cillian O’Connor, mine is no other then goalkeeper Rob Hennelly. Having been with the Mayo panel since 2011,…

Thank You Séamie O’ Shea

Thank You Séamie O’ Shea

The The hardest part about saying farewell to Mayo players is is knowing the journey that was endured together. After 13 seasons Séamie O’Shea another great to have put on the green and red jersey have called it a day. The Breaffy man picked up 2 All Star nominations, 7 Connaught Championships and one National…

Thank You Tom Parsons

Thank You Tom Parsons

There’s a saying often imitated never duplicated. After 11 seasons wearing the green and red jersey, Tom Parsons has hung up his Mayo boots. Where do you actually start with a legend like Tom. A Veteran on the pitch and an amazing team mate with a heart of gold. It’s hard to say goodbye knowing…

A Thank You To Legends- Donal Vaughan and David Clarke

A Thank You To Legends- Donal Vaughan and David Clarke

It’s always a sad day when players decide to hang up there boots. When you’ve known the lads for so long you see them as of they are your family member. After remarkable careers Donal Vaughan and David Clarke, two icons to have put on the green and red jersey have called it a day….