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.
The Legends Series – Ger Cafferkey

The Legends Series – Ger Cafferkey

Photo: Mayo News When you analyse the Mayo teams throughout the years the one thought that would come to mind would be how lucky we are to have had such amazing players represent Mayo in the crazy world of GAA. As a GAA player in Ireland as soon as you make your county debut you…

The Legends Series – Alan Dillon

The Legends Series – Alan Dillon

Photo:Balls.ie Once you start your career for Mayo you instantly become a celebrity within the county. When people see you in public some cant believe they see an actual Mayo player and some are so star struck they struggle to even say one word, I have been each type many of times ! In todays…

The Legends Series – Andy Moran

The Legends Series – Andy Moran

photo: Sky Sports Throughout the years in Mayo football we have been so fortunate to have amazing players represent Mayo in the world of GAA. Fans grow a connection with the players and this everyone knows Mayo fans really are the best in the world. Today I will be talking about someone who’s service to…

Gender Has No Limit – A Female GAA Writer

Gender Has No Limit – A Female GAA Writer

  Throughout the years women have struggled to get the same opportunities as men in sports.                      In recent times amazing women have came through in different industries, inspiring girls all over the worlds to realise gender has no limits in the sports industry. One of  the…

Centre Back – Stephen Coen

Centre Back – Stephen Coen

Photo:Sky Sports When I analyse the current Mayo panel I will forever be thankful for the amazing amount of talent we have representing our amazing county. We have the brilliant players who the media focus on the most but we also have players who deserve more recognition. In todays post I will be talking about…

Forward- Jason Doherty

Forward- Jason Doherty

Photo: The Independent Out of all the things to be thankful in the world of GAA one of the main things for me would have to be the service the players give to their county, As the years go by and memories are made the fans grow an unbreakable bond with the players. Throughout the…

What The Game Means To Me

What The Game Means To Me

I often say that Mayo GAA is simply magic, you can never fully describe what it truly means to be a Mayo supporter, you fully support the men and women who deck out in the green and red jersey each game and your proud to say your from County Mayo. Its not that long ago…

Defender – Colm Boyle

Defender – Colm Boyle

Throughout the Mayo squad we are so privileged to have a different variety of players both veterans and fresh talent. It has often been said that we are possibly living in one of the greatest eras of footballers. We have had players come through who have reinvented the meaning of having pride while representing your…

Defender- Eoghan Mc Laughlin

Defender- Eoghan Mc Laughlin

2020 was a year of difference but it was a year that Mayo GAA got to witness the rise of future stars. In just one season Eoghan Mc Laughlin along with Tommy Conroy, Oisín Mullin became the magnificent trio to burst through the ranks to senior level to start and new era in Mayo GAA…

International Women’s Day – The Women Of Mayo Football

International Women’s Day – The Women Of Mayo Football

Throughout the history of women’s football, the women’s matches were just seen as an early entry into the ground so you would be able get your desired seat for the men’s match. In recent times Ladies football has broken the barriers of gender stereotypes and have changed the meaning of being a girl who plays…