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Spotlight: Four Minutes Of Utter Dominance From Aidan O’Shea

Mayo ground out an important win on Saturday night against a Kerry side who, up until then, had taken on all comers and won. People will say ‘sure it’s only the league’ and to an extent that is true, the real questions will be asked come the ‘white heat’ of Championship. However, we can’t underestimate the importance that this game …

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Your Guide To The Weekend’s Allianz Football League Action

We have reached the penultimate round of the Allianz Football League group stages with a number of eye-catching fixtures in store this weekend.  In Division 1, Monaghan take on Cavan in Clones in what is essentially a relegation battle between the two bottom teams. Malachy O’Rourke’s side began the campaign with such promise in that victory against Dublin but have …

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Winners And Losers From Round 5 Of Allianz Football League

Allianz Football League

It was a hectic weekend in the Allianz Football League and while some counties were celebrating their significant victories, others were left to ponder their demise.  There were wins for Dublin, Tyrone, Kerry and Galway in Division 1 while Cork recorded their first win of the competition in Division 2, leaving it all to play for. Further down the line, …

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Your Guide To The Weekend’s Allianz Football League Action

Allianz League

It is another bumper weekend in the Allianz Football League with a number of teams eager to avoid relegation while the likes of Kerry and Fermanagh will be hoping to extend their leads. The Kingdom were afforded some breathing room in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League last week as they edged passed Galway in Tuam last weekend while …

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Allianz Football League Round-Up: Mayo Put Tyrone To The Sword

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Brought to you by Allianz, proud sponsors of the Allianz Football & Hurling Leagues. It was another busy day of Allianz Football League action as Kerry recorded their second win of the campaign while Mayo inflicted further woe on Tyrone. Mickey Harte’s side remain winless in the competition while Mayo are flying high following their comprehensive nine-point victory. The same could …

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Mayo Name Strong Team For League Opener Against Rossies

Newly reinstalled manager, James Horan, has named a strong Mayo starting team for their Allianz Division 1 League opener with Roscommon on Saturday.  Among his more experienced players, Horan has included two league debutants after impressing during the Connacht FBD League campaign. Brian Reape from Bohola Moy Davitts has been named at full-forward, while alongside him at corner-forward is Conor Diskin …

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Gallagher Hails Stephen Rochford’s Fresh Ideas For Donegal

Eoghan Bán Gallagher Stephen Rochford Donegal

Donegal defender, Eoghan Bán Gallagher, has praised the attacking approach that Stephen Rochford has brought to Donegal from his time with Mayo and Corofin. Rochford stepped down as manager of Mayo at the end of last season after three years in charge and was appointed to Declan Bonner’s coaching staff in October, replacing the outgoing Karl Lacey. Speaking at the …

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No Return For 12 Players Who Left Mayo Panel

Mayo Senior Ladies Football manager, Peter Leahy is preparing to lead his side into the new season without the 12 players who departed the county panel last year.  Eight players from the Carnacon club, as well as four other members, left the panel 10 days before their championship clash against Cavan last June, citing player welfare concerns. Leahy had led …

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Dublin Name Ex-Mayo Ladies Boss As New Camogie Manager

Former Mayo Ladies Football manager, Frank Browne, has been named as the new Dublin senior camogie boss.  The Wexford native was in charge of the Mayo team for three years and guided them to the All Ireland final last year where they were beaten by Dublin. He was previously manager of the county’s hurling team. Browne takes over from five-time …

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Reports: Ex Mayo Boss Rochford To Join Donegal Backroom Team

Former Mayo manager, Stephen Rochford looks set to join Declan Bonner’s backroom team in Donegal for the 2019 season, according to reports. When asked about the possibility last week, Bonner dismissed the rumours as “bunkum” but it looks as though the Donegal manager has performed a U-turn. Rochford would be a replacement for former Donegal star, Karl Lacey who left …

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Carnacon Players Free To Play After County Board Appeal Rejected

Carnacon will be back to full strength against Moy Davitts in their championship semi-final on Sunday after the Mayo Ladies County Board’s appeal was rejected last night.  The County Board were appealing against the leniency of the punishment handed down to the eight Carnacon club women who stepped away from the intercounty panel earlier this summer. Originally, the club were …

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James Horan Ratified For Four-Year Term As Mayo Manager

James Horan has been ratified by the Mayo county board after a meeting this evening. Horan managed the Mayo senior footballers between 2011 and 2014 and will take control once again, following in the footsteps of Stephen Rochford, who left the camp this year. The Ballintubber man managed to get Mayo into both the 2012 and 2013 All-Ireland finals where …

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Mayo Release Sharp New Jersey Ahead Of 2019 Season

Mayo GAA have unveiled their new jersey ahead of the 2019 season, as they look to bounce back from a disappointing 2018 campaign. The jersey is a sharp design, with the usual red and green colours looking brighter than previous seasons and the white trim acting as an excellent addition to what is a fantastic kit. It's here the new …

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