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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 …
 
With four rounds of National League matches already played, there's a break in the action this coming weekend ahead of Mayo's next assignment, a tough trip to Tralee to face Kerry. In this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast, specially extended for our club members on Patreon, Mike sits down with Ed McGreal and Ger Flanagan for a general chat…
 
Saturday evening's five-point win over Dublin wasn't just Mayo's second win in a row over Dessie Farrell's side, it was also the first time in over fifty years that Mayo had beaten Dublin in a League game played in the capital, as well as the first time ever the Green and Red had come out on top in a regulation League match played against them in D…
 
All roads lead to Croke Park on Saturday night and in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast we preview the latest meeting of Dublin and Mayo. James Horan is taking his team to HQ with three League points already in the bag to face a Dublin team who find themselves in unfamiliar surroundings after two rounds of the National League, rooted t…
 
In this mid-term review episode of the podcast, Mike chats with Malachy Clerkin of the Irish Times and with former Mayo player and RTE co-commentator Martin Carney about how Mayo's League campaign is going so far. Malachy outlines why he feels Mayo supporters have plenty to be optimistic about this year while Martin picks out some players who he fe…
 
The inter-county season began with a bang last weekend, with three of the four Round 1 games in Division One finishing level. There's little time to draw breath either, with the second round of matches on this weekend. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we preview Sunday's Round 2 meeting of Mayo and Monaghan at Clones. Rob Murphy h…
 
The start of a new inter-county season is now only days away, with Mayo back in Division One of the National League and facing Donegal at Markievicz Park in the opening round. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we preview Sunday's Round 1 clash with Declan Bonner's side. Rob Murphy hosts the show and he's joined by Mayo News columni…
 
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 …
 
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