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In this episode Mike visits the Mayo GAA Cúl Camp at Hollymount/Carramore GAA club to talk to some of the coaches who are working at grassroots level in the county. The pod features a lengthy chat with Mayo GAA Games Manager Billy McNicholas about the secret of the Cúl Camp’s success and what is being done to ensure Mayo continue to produce good yo…
 
As the process to appoint the next Mayo senior manager rumbles on, in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast host Mike Finnerty catches up with Colm Keys of the Irish Independent and with Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden to talk about the latest developments. Firstly, Colm tackles the talking point of whether or not Mayo’s managerial ap…
 
August used to be the month when the serious stuff happened at inter-county level but this year, with the split season in force, the inter-county year is already over. As a result, August is given over to chat about the forthcoming club Championships and, of course, the ongoing appointment process for the vacant position of Mayo manager. In this ep…
 
The Championship is over for this year and the Sam Maguire is back in the Kingdom. Kerry were deserving winners of last Sunday's All-Ireland final, in which Galway put it up to them impressively in the first half before Jack O'Connor's team came back strongly after the break to win by four points. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast R…
 
On this week’s show, there is only one football match to talk about. The forthcoming All-Ireland football final, between Galway and Kerry. Host Rob Murphy is joined by Colin Sheridan of The Mayo News and Irish Examiner along with with friend of the Podcast and former Galway footballer Barry Cullinane. In the show the panel dissect the final with a …
 
With Kerry and Galway set to contest this year's All-Ireland final, for Mayo it's a place on the sidelines as one of the two counties to beat them in this year's Championship is set to claim the Sam Maguire later this month. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty and by Colm Keys of the Irish Indepen…
 
Mayo's inter-county football season is set to conclude this coming Friday evening, as the county contests a first ever all-Connacht All-Ireland final, taking on Galway in this year's Minor decider. Dr Hyde Park in Roscommon is the venue for what will be the third meeting of these two teams in this Minor campaign but this time the Tom Markham Cup is…
 
It proved the end of the road for Mayo in more ways than one at Croke Park on Sunday. James Horan's team were well in it for long stretches against Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter-final but they fell away to lose by eight at the finish. In the wake of this defeat, James Horan announced he was stepping away from his position as Mayo manager, follow…
 
The Championship shifts pace this coming weekend as the All-Ireland quarter-finals are set to be contested. On Sunday, at what's expected to be close to a full attendance at Croke Park, Mayo face the toughest of assignments as they take on Sam Maguire favourites Kerry, the team that beat them so comprehensively in this year's National League decide…
 
Mayo beat Kildare on the double last weekend and on Monday morning the county's Senior team were drawn to play Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter-final the weekend after next, while the Minors will also take on Kerry that weekend in the All-Ireland semi-final. In this latest episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finn…
 
After waiting for six weeks for a game, now Mayo have two matches in the space of a week with the Round 2 Qualifier against Kildare fixed for Croke Park next Saturday. To preview this do-or-die knockout meeting with the Lilywhites, Rob is joined on the pod by former Mayo footballer Donie Vaughan and Michael Foley of The Sunday Times. The lads cover…
 
The waiting is finally over and now the countdown is on in earnest ahead of Mayo's Round 1 qualifier clash with Monaghan on Saturday. To preview this do-or-die knockout meeting with the Farney County, in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast Rob Murphy is joined by Colm Boyle and Kevin McStay. They start by looking back at the weekend's pr…
 
The Round 1 qualifier draw has been made, with the pairing that pits Mayo against Monaghan giving supporters of both counties a first-ever Championship meeting between them to look forward to. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, host Rob Murphy is joined by podcast regular Edwin McGreal and by Monaghan native Malachy Clerkin of the I…
 
With the draw for the football qualifiers fast approaching, Mike and Rob are joined in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast by Tommy Rooney of Off The Ball and host of The Football Pod. The lads talk all things football from Championship structures to Mayo's place in the minds of pundits and supporters as another summer campaign gathers s…
 
As the football Championship begins to gather pace, in this episode of the podcast Mike and Rob are joined by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent to chat about the summer campaign and Mayo's possible place in it. They start by looking at the qualifiers and kind of draw that Mayo can expect in it. Colm then lists out the likely contenders for the Sam…
 
The Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championship draws were made at MacHale Park earlier this evening. In this bonus episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, Mike Finnerty and Rob Murphy are joined by Edwin McGreal and Ger Flanagan to review the three draws in detail, picking out all the big clashes and the likely contenders for the Moclair,…
 
Sunday's defeat to Galway represents a bad blow to Mayo's hopes for progress in this year's Championship, sending them once more off down the qualifier road, with all manner of doubts about how the rest of the summer will play out for them. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, Rob Murphy is joined by Billy Joe Padden and Barry Cullina…
 
We're now just days away from the Connacht Championship meeting between Mayo and Galway and in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast we preview the big game on Sunday at MacHale Park. Joining Rob Murphy in looking ahead to the match are ex-Mayo player and RTÉ analyst Kevin McStay and ex-Galway player and Galway Bay FM analyst Barry Cullina…
 
A big week lies ahead for Mayo GAA, with Championship matches involving the county taking place over the coming days at Senior, Under 20 and Minor (U17) levels. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, Mike Finnerty, Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan set the scene for what's going to be a busy week on and off the field. The lads chat about the…
 
With the frantic week-on-week schedule of the National League now behind us and the Championship getting underway very shortly, this leaves only a short gap in between for other chat. It's no surprise, then, that our latest Any Other Craic podcast episode, hosted by Ger Flanagan and featuring John Gunnigan and Stephen Drake, covers a fair bit of gr…
 
Mayo were badly beaten by Kerry in Sunday's National League final and in this episode of the Mayo News football podcast podcast, specially extended for club members, Mike Finnerty is joined by podcast regular Billy Joe Padden and by special guest Tony Leen of the Irish Examiner to look back on the big game at Croke Park. The first part of the show …
 
Mayo's return to the top tier of the National League this spring has proved very successful, with Sunday's win over Kildare confirming their place in the Division One final. It'll be the county's second appearance in the decider in four years and, like 2019, their League final opponents on Sunday at Croke Park will be Kerry, the form team so far th…
 
The National League is nearing its conclusion and, after a positive start, Mayo's form has gone a bit awry, just at a time where their Connacht Championship clash with Galway is coming into view. Despite those narrow losses in their last two League outings, however, James Horan's team could still qualify to meet Kerry in the final, providing they b…
 
Mayo were narrowly edged out of it by Kerry last weekend but the next test facing James Horan's team is approaching rapidly, as they head to Omagh on Saturday to renew acquaintances with All-Ireland champions Tyrone. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, host Rob Murphy is joined by podcast regulars Ger Flanagan and Stephen Drake, as w…
 
Kerry and Mayo have both reached Round 5 of this year's National League campaign unbeaten, with the Kingdom currently edging top spot in the Division One table on points difference. They're the form teams so far in the top division this spring and on Saturday evening at Austin Stack Park in Tralee they're set to come face-to-face. This will be the …
 
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