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Lee Keegan Admits His “Disappointment” And “Shock” At Rochford Departure

Mayo star Lee Keegan has outlined his “disappointment” and “shock” with the news that Stephen Rochford has resigned as manager of the senior footballers.  Rochford guided Mayo to two All-Ireland finals against Dublin (and a replay) where they came incredibly close to ending their long wait to lift Sam Maguire. A disappointing 2018 saw them exit the Championship at the …

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Breaking: Lee Keegan Out Of Matchup With Galway Due To Injury

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been ruled out of the opening matchup of the Connacht Senior Football Championship due to complications with a dislocated shoulder. Some unfortunate news for those faithful to Mayo today as right half-back Lee Keegan has been ruled out of his side’s crucial clash with Galway in the Connacht SFC quarter-finals due to injury. Keegan, who has …

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Lee Keegan Has Been Ruled Out Of Ireland’s International Rules Squad For Upcoming Series

Unfortunately for the Irish international rules team, Lee Keegan will miss out on the upcoming series in Australia. Ireland manager Joe Kernan has confirmed that the Mayo star has picked up an injury which will rule him out of the 2017 edition of the cross-over Test matches. Speaking at a press conference in the Australian embassy earlier today, Kernan stated …

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Lee Keegan And Eoghan O’Gara In The Clear After All-Ireland Final Incidents

Mayo's Lee Keegan has been cleared of any official wrongdoing after an incident in the All-Ireland football final.

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been cleared of any official wrongdoing after an incident in the All-Ireland football final. According to the Irish Independent on Tuesday morning, the GAA’s Central Competition Controls Committee found that footage appearing to show Keegan throwing his GPS device in the direction of Dublin’s Dean Rock, it was not conclusive enough to warrant a charge being …

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Combined Dublin/Mayo Selection Of The Last 15 Years

Over the course of the last few years both Dublin and Mayo have been to the forefront of GAA fans and pundits consciousness. Although Mayo have yet to make the breakthrough and claim their first Sam Maguire in 66 years they have captured the hearts and minds of the nation over the last decade and a half especially the last five …

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The Domino’s Effect: Seven Key Turning Points In Mayo’s Season


Mayo have taken arguably the rockiest road ever seen to the All-Ireland final as they face Dublin in what will be their tenth championship clash of the summer. There have been highs and lows throughout, but here we have documented the key moments throughout their tumultuous summer. Loss to Galway Following an underwhelming league campaign and an expected win over …

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Watch: This All-Ireland Song Will Have Mayo Fans Buzzing For Dublin Clash

The first All-Ireland final song has been released ahead of next week’s crucial meeting of Dublin and Mayo. The song ‘Bring Sam Home’ by Avril Rushe features some highlights of previous championship action as well as charting the struggles of the 66-year wait for the Connacht county in their pursuit of a fourth All-Ireland title. Mayo have been in a remarkable eight All-Ireland finals since …

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Opinion: Should Diarmuid Connolly Start On Sunday?

The name that never goes away. Dublin’s Diarmuid Connolly is set to take the limelight yet again. Just when we thought he had gone away and had been basically written off for the 2017 season, Connolly’s name has returned to the fold. He is a figure that trouble has followed throughout his footballing career. His talent is indisputable, there are …

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Four Take-Aways From A Hectic GAA Weekend

GAA fans of both codes were treated to a bumper weekend of action with the unusual scenario of four games across one weekend. We now know the line-up for the All-Ireland football semi-finals as Dublin will take on Tyrone and Kerry face Mayo. Galway also became the first side into the All-Ireland hurling final. They await the winners of the …

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Is 2017 The Year Mayo Football Will Overcome The Curse?

Despite an unconvincing campaign this season, is it finally Mayo’s chance to overcome the curse that has haunted them for 66 years? September 23, 1951 was the last time a Mayo captain had his hands on Sam Maguire on the steps of the Hogan stand, will Cillian O’Connor be there on the September 17, 2017 to claim that ever elusive …

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