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.
Corner Forward – Tommy Conroy

Corner Forward – Tommy Conroy

The 2020 season was the time where the GAA world got a taste of the amazing young talented players that are coming through the ranks to senior level. The Mayo senior men’s team may have finished the season with another Connaught title under their belt but we were fortunate to experience the start of four…

Right Half Back – Oisín Mullin

Right Half Back – Oisín Mullin

The 2020 GAA seasons might not have been similar to previous years but the 2020 season was the year that younger players took center stage. The Mayo senior panel got introduced to incredible talented young stars over the past year and there’s no doubt there is a bright future ahead for this young star. Oisín…

Forward – Kevin McLoughlin

Forward – Kevin McLoughlin

Throughout the Mayo panel we are lucky to have mature, passionate and experienced players wearing the green and red jersey. Since arriving on the Mayo senior team  against New York in 2009, Kevin McLoughlin has gone on to be one of the greats to wear the Mayo Jersey Over a 12 year period, McLoughlin has…

Our Hurling Stars- Cathal Freeman & Shane Boland

Our Hurling Stars- Cathal Freeman & Shane Boland

County Mayo is a county best known for being football mad with an army full of passionate fans. Whilst many people associate Mayo with football we tend to forget about the brilliant Hurlers we have. In todays post ill be talking about Mayo’s hirling stars that are Cathal Freeman and Shane Boland. Firstly I’d like…

Midfielder – Matthew Ruane

Midfielder – Matthew Ruane

Throughout both men and ladies teams Mayo GAA has been very  lucky to have a consistency of great young players come through the ranks making it to senior level. Since James Horan’s return as Mayo manager many of these stars got to begin their journey to a create another chapter wearing the green and red…

Half Back – Lee Keegan

Half Back – Lee Keegan

If your an aspiring GAA player, you always examine the players in your team to see which player you want to be like. These players show strength, passion and determination to do their best for their county. Lee Keegan may be a 4x All Star, 4x Connaught Championships and 1x NFL title winners but above…

Corner Forward- Cillian O’Connor

Corner Forward- Cillian O’Connor

Any Mayo fan is forever grateful to anyone who has the honour of wearing the green and red jersey. When you put on the jersey your not only representing your county but the thousands of fans that go to their might to cheer you on.   Since debuting in 2011, Cillian O’Connor has been through…

Thank You Keith Higgins

Thank You Keith Higgins

They say good players inspire themselves but great players inspire others. After 16 remarable seasons wearing the green and red jersey Keith Higgins has called time on an unbelievable Mayo career. The Ballyhaunis man achieved 4x All Stars, 8 Connaught Titles aswell as Division 1 title. The relationship between Mayo players and Mayo fans is…

Center Forward – Aidan O’Shea

Center Forward – Aidan O’Shea

If there was a Mount Rushmore of Mayo players that will go down as some of the best to ever put on the green and red jersey, there’s no doubt Aidan O’Shea would rightly have earned his spot. From his debut against New York in 2009, the Breaffy captain has gone on to play 68…

Thank You Chris Barrett

Thank You Chris Barrett

There will never be a year in Mayo football where we give up on our lads. We rally behind the players, screaming from the top of our lungs, star struck whenever we meet a player. After 13 seasons wearing the green and red jersey, Chris Barrett has hung up his Mayo Jersey. The Bellmullet man…