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Shock For The #MayoForSam Brigade As Derry Nearly Pull Off A Massive Upset

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 2A, McHale Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo 1/7/2017 Mayo vs Derry Mayo's Conor Loftus celebrates scoring a goal

Mayo survived an almighty scare at McHale Park in Saturday night’s All-Ireland Football qualifier before eventually seeing Derry off 2-21 to 1-13 in extra time. Stephen Rochford’s side were expected to have too much for their Ulster opponents – despite a poor league campaign and defeat to Galway in the Connacht semi-final, it was still assumed that they would see off …

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Opinion: Mayo Players Must Bear Ultimate Responsibility For Failure To Get Over The Line

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 1/10/2016 Dublin vs Mayo Mayo team huddle Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Mayo GAA has often cast parallels with Shakespearean tragedy throughout a long and unrivalled history of near misses and disappointments. One of the most interesting aspects of Mayo’s defeat to Dublin in the All-Ireland final replay relates to Stephen Rochford’s decision to drop goalkeeper David Clarke, who was perceived a shoo-in before the game to win an All Star, in …

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Reports Circulating Mayo Goalkeeper David Clarke Has Been Dropped For The All-Ireland Final

Stephen Rochford Mayo

Reports are circulating from Mayo journalists that goalkeeper David Clarke has been dropped for today’s All-Ireland final replay with Dublin with back-up goalkeeper Rob Hennelly set to replace Clarke in goal for Mayo. Clarke has been on the Mayo senior panel since 2001 and captained Mayo during the 2012 All-Ireland final loss to Donegal, but could now be forced to …

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GAA: Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – 22nd Of August

Three of the four All-Ireland finalists have now been decided. The Mayo For Sam campaign has not yet ended for 2016 and Tipperary could hold their heads very high despite defeat. Like every other Monday it is time to look at the fallout from the GAA weekend.  Who’s Hot Tipperary It is rare that the losers of the semi-final receive …

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