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A number of players have worn the Mayo jersey with great distinction over the past decade. One of these epitomised the county's new never-say-die attitude in the years since 2011 more than most and it's no coincidence that four-time All-Star Colm Boyle became such a fans' favourite during this time. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast…
 
The New Year has already seen football action at both inter-county and club levels, with Mayo edged out by Galway in the FBD League in the novel surroundings of the Air Dome at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, while Kilmeena and Knockmore experienced contrasting fortunes in their respective Connacht football finals. In this first Mayo News Fo…
 
As we count down the final hours of 2021, there's still time for one last Mayo News Football Podcast episode of the year. For this New Year's Eve special episode Mike Finnerty is joined by Ed McGreal and Stephen Drake to take one last look back at 2021 through the prism of Mayo’s season. It’s good old-fashioned ‘football talk’ from start to finish …
 
With a long and distinguished playing career at inter-county level - capped by two All-Stars and the Footballer of the Year award in 2017 - Andy Moran was one of Mayo's top performers in an era when the county challenged seriously for national honours year after year. Since retiring as a player, Andy has turned his attention to coaching and, as the…
 
Over the last number of weeks on the Mayo News football podcast, we've kept our focus firmly on the here and now, following the Senior, Intermediate and Junior football Championships as they've played out round by round. With the spoils now settled at county level for the year, however, we have time to widen the lens out and consider longer-term tr…
 
The destination of the silverware in this year's Mayo club Championships has now been sorted, with Knockmore, Mayo Gaels and Kilmeena coming out on top in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships respectively. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we look back on the weekend's county finals, focusing in particular on the Interm…
 
There was a real sense of occasion at James Stephens Park in Ballina on Sunday where this year's Mayo Senior football Championship final was contested by Knockmore and Belmullet. The exchanges between these two North Mayo rivals were often tough and uncompromising butwhen the dust settled it was champions Knockmore who had come out on top, as they …
 
Possession of the Moclair Cup for 2021 is set to be decided at James Stephens Park, Ballina, on Sunday, with north Mayo rivals Knockmore and Belmullet battling it out in this year's county Senior Championship final. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview the title decider. Stephen Drake and Edwin McGreal join Mayo News sports …
 
The Intermediate and Junior Football Championship titles are set to be decided on Saturday. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast we preview both finals. The show is hosted by Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty and he's joined by Stephen Drake and Ger Flanagan as they look ahead to the Sweeney and McDonnell Cup deciders. First up for…
 
Defending champions Knockmore and challengers Belmullet face off against each other on Sunday in this year's Mayo Senior Football Championship Final, with Knockmore aiming for their tenth county title while Belmullet are looking to get their hands on the Moclair Cup for the very first time. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast host Rob…
 
Last weekend the finalists in this year's Senior, Intermediate and Junior club football Championships were identified, with the Moclair, Sweeney and McDonnell Cups now almost within reach for the protagonists who remain standing. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review all the semi-final and play-off action that took place at th…
 
It's down to the final four in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championships and all of the teams contesting semi-finals this weekend will now harbour realistic ambitions of lifting silverware later this month. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview all of the Championship semi-final matches taking place at the weeken…
 
The race for this year's Senior, Intermediate and Junior football Championship titles is heating up nicely. Following a hectic weekend of quarter-final action, it's now approaching the business end in each of the title races. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review the weekend's action. Rob Murphy hosts the show and he's joined …
 
With the group stages of this year's Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championships now concluded, it's onto the quarter-finals this weekend. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review last weekend's Round 3 action before previewing the coming weekend's knockout action. Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty hosts the show and h…
 
This coming weekend sees the culmination of the group stages in this year's Senior, Intermediate and Junior club football Championships. A hectic few days of football lie ahead within the county, paving the way for the knockout stages in the hunt for the Moclair, Sweeney and McDonnell Cups. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we set t…
 
Two rounds of matches have now been contested in this year's Senior, Intermediate and Junior club football Championships, with the group tables in all three competitions starting to take shape as the knockout stage starts to come into view. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we survey how things stand in the SFC, IFC and JFC after th…
 
With inter-county football over for another year, the focus has now shifted to the club scene where last weekend the first round of matches took place in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior club championships. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we review the opening round action in the club championships and we look ahead to the sec…
 
Paddy Prendergast, who played at full-back on Mayo's All-Ireland winning teams of 1950 and 1951 died on Saturday at the age of 95. With his passing, the final link to the group of players who took part in the last two All-Ireland finals won by the county has now been severed. In this special episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we pay tribute…
 
It's now two weeks on from Mayo's latest, hugely disappointing All-Ireland final defeat. The debate about how and why the final was lost continues to rumble on, as the county comes to terms with the fact that yet another opportunity to land the Sam Maguire has once again slipped from its grasp. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we d…
 
The grim reality of yet another All-Ireland final loss is now sinking in with Mayo supporters, following the county's defeat to Tyrone in last Saturday's Sam Maguire decider. As the number of finals lost continues to mount so too does the sense of frustration about Mayo's repeated inability to take that last, decisive step to glory. In this episode…
 
After all the anticipation of being back in another All-Ireland final comes the crushing disappointment of yet another defeat for Mayo in a Sam Maguire decider. Tyrone were full value for their five-point win but their road to glory was aided by a below-par Mayo performance on the big day. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we seek t…
 
For the last few weeks we've been building up steadily to this year's All-Ireland football final. The build-up is now nearly complete, with the big match between Mayo and Tyrone throwing in at Croke Park at on 5pm on Saturday. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview the Sam Maguire decider. Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty…
 
As Saturday's All-Ireland final comes ever nearer, supporters will obviously be wondering what these final few days ahead of the big game are like for the players. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we bring you some insights into the lead-in to the final from the perspective of those contesting the match. Mayo News columnist Billy J…
 
It's less than a week out now from the final so it's definitely the right time to be talking tactics. In this latest episode of the Mayo News football podcast, as we continue our build-up to the big game, it's tactics all the way. Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden hosts this episode, featuring special guest Stephen Rochford, who knows plenty abo…
 
With the All-Ireland final against Tyrone now fast approaching, Mayo supporters are doubtless finding it hard to concentrate on anything other than the big game, with all the questions that this contest throws up. Questions from supporters often end up being of the rhetorical kind but in this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we've aimed to…
 
Following Tyrone's shock win over Kerry in last Saturday's second All-Ireland semi-final, the countdown to this year's Sam Maguire decider now begins in earnest. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we set the scene for the lead-in to what is set to be a novel All-Ireland final, with Mayo and Tyrone meeting for the first ever time in a…
 
With the extremely long lead-in to this year's All-Ireland final, Mayo have the luxury of getting a close-up view of the delayed semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone, the winners of which will meet James Horan's team in the Sam Maguire decider on 11th September. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we preview Saturday's game, from a Ma…
 
Mayo supporters are still coming down gently off the high from Saturday night, when the county qualified for its second All-Ireland final appearance in successive years and its sixth in ten years, ending Dublin's long unbeaten run in the Championship in the process. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we take another look back at Satu…
 
Over the past decade Mayo supporters have had several Croke Park days to remember. A constant over the last nine years, though, was that every time they met them, Dublin had their number. Up until last night, that was, when, on a epic night at GAA HQ, James Horan's remoulded Mayo team finally ended Dublin's dominance, over both Mayo and the Champio…
 
On Saturday evening, for the tenth time since 2012, Mayo take on Dublin in an all-or-nothing Championship showdown at Croke Park. That 2012 All-Ireland semi-final meeting between the two counties was the most recent time the Green and Red came out on top in this head-to-head fixture but, with an infusion of youth in their ranks, hopes are rising on…
 
Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Dublin draws ever nearer and while many Mayo supporters will have their own memories of previous seismic clashes between the counties from their vantage point of looking in from the outside, we don't often get any insights about what those games were like from the point of view of those taking part…
 
There's less than a week to go now to the All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Mayo at Croke Park. While Dublin are aiming to reach their seventh All-Ireland decider on the trot, where they hope to claim the Sam Maguire for the seventh successive year, Mayo are once again looking to put a halt to their gallop. In this episode of the M…
 
Mayo are back at the business end of the Championship, with another showdown against Dublin set to take place on Saturday week. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we start the countdown to the big match, in the company of Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden and former Mayo manager Stephen Rochford, who together take a fascinating de…
 
Mayo claimed their second Connacht title in succession when they stormed back in the second half at Croke Park on Sunday, beating Galway by six points. The team's uncertain first half display contrasted greatly with a dominant second half performance, creating several talking points from this novel Nestor Cup decider, the first to be decided at GAA…
 
That oft-posed footballing question - will Galway bate Mayo? - is set to get another airing this coming Sunday, this time in the novel surroundings of Croke Park. It's there that the destination of the Nestor Cup for 2021 will be decided and in this bumper episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview this weekend's Connacht final. Mayo News…
 
Mayo galloped to an easy win over Leitrim last Sunday to book their place in this year's Connacht football final. The Nestor Cup decider will, like last year, be a knockout clash against old rivals Galway, with the game down for decision on Sunday week. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review Mayo's win over Leitrim on Sunday, b…
 
Mayo's Championship campaign continues on Sunday, as they take on Leitrim in the Connacht semi-final at MacHale Park, with Galway awaiting the winners in the provincial final later in the month. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview the Leitrim game in the company of Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty who is joined by Bill…
 
Mayo began their 2021 Championship campaign in impressive fashion last Saturday, as they ran out comfortable winners over Sligo in a lopsided Connacht SFC quarter-final meeting at Markievicz Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review Saturday's game and assess how James Horan's team are shaping up for the bigger challenges th…
 
This weekend sees the start of the football and hurling Championships and on Saturday afternoon Mayo join the fray when they travel to Sligo to take on the Yeats County at Markievicz Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we preview Mayo's Connacht Championship opener. This match preview show is hosted by Mayo News sports editor Mi…
 
The rapid-fire National League campaign is now over with the action getting underway in this year's Championship next weekend. Mayo take the field next Saturday, when they face Sligo in a Connacht SFC quarter-final tie at Markievicz Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we use the short lull in hostilities between League and Champ…
 
Mayo are back up in Division One for next year following Sunday's win over Clare and with that achievement in the bag James Horan's team now turn their focus to their opening game in the Connacht Championship the weekend after next. They do so, however, with considerable worries over the fitness of Cillian and Diarmuid O'Connor, both of whom came o…
 
Mayo travel to Ennis this Sunday to take on Clare in a Division Two semi-final of the National League. While there's no chance for further progression in this competition for the two teams, there is a very significant prize on offer for the winners on Sunday in the form of promotion to Division One for next year. In this episode of the Mayo News fo…
 
Mayo's footballers are on two wins from two outings in their Allianz Division Two North campaign and this coming Sunday they put that 100% record on the line when they face fellow table-toppers Meath at MacHale Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review last Saturday's win over Westmeath and we look ahead to the Meath game. M…
 
Mayo's footballers are on two wins from two outings in their Allianz Division Two North campaign and this coming Sunday they put that 100% record on the line when they face fellow table-toppers Meath at MacHale Park. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we review last Saturday's win over Westmeath and we look ahead to the Meath game. M…
 
Mayo made a very positive start to the inter-county year last weekend as they proved far too strong for Down in their opening round meeting in Division Two North of the Allianz Football League. This coming weekend James Horan and his team hit the road for the first time in this campaign, travelling to Mullingar to take on Westmeath at Cusack Park. …
 
he 2021 inter-county football season is set to explode into action this weekend with the start of the Allianz Leagues and, for the first time in a quarter of a century, Mayo won't be involved in the action in Division One. Instead James Horan's men will be operating in Division Two North of the League and in Round 1 they face a tricky assignment ag…
 
As the county prepares for another year of football action, it's in the knowledge that the team will take the field without a number of players who have served Mayo with distinction in recent times. One of these is the 2017 All-Star defender Chris Barrett and in this episode of the Mayo News football podcast Chris sits down for an in-depth chat wit…
 
It's been a long, long wait for the football-mad Mayo GAA fraternity but, with Covid restrictions once more starting to ease and competitive fixtures at inter-county level confirmed for the year, we can all finally begin to look forward in earnest to another year of football action. Joining in this return to play is the Mayo News football podcast, …
 
Less than a week before Christmas in an eerily empty Croke Park, Mayo battled hard in this Covid-era All-Ireland final but ultimately they came up five points short against perennial champions Dublin. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we bring you the story of this year's decider and how it was won and lost. Rob Murphy and John Gunn…
 
For the past two weeks we've been running 'The Final Countdown' series on the Mayo News football podcast and now, less than 24 hours out from throw-in in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park, the series reaches its conclusion with this final episode. Mindful of the fact that Mayo supporters everywhere are all confined to barracks this year, in this …
 
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