As Mayo banish the ghosts, it’s time to get greedy

By Mark Higgins You wait a lifetime for a Mayo captain to lift championship silverware on the steps of the Hogan Stand, and then two come along to do it in the space of just six days. It’s a sight...

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Emphatic win sees Mayo crowned Rackard champions

Mayo are Nicky Rackard champions for the first time since 2016 after a commanding win over Tyrone in their final meeting at Croke Park this afternoon. A devastating first-half performance, at the end of which they led by 13 points,...

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Mayo GAA plan is doomed to fail unless willpower is there

By Anthony Hennigan There is an urgent need for Mayo GAA’s hurling committee to re-examine its role within the county...

Sunday, 11/07/21 - 1:21am Read More

New dawn arrives for an old hero

By Anthony Hennigan I have just asked Keith Higgins about the biggest difference in how the Mayo hurling team will...

Saturday, 26/06/21 - 12:07am Read More

The Stephenites are back sucking diesel

Anyone taking a walk up by James Stephens Park in Ballina on Saturday morning might have been curious about the...

Thursday, 27/05/21 - 12:03pm Read More

Is this the longest point ever scored in MacHale Park?

During last Sunday’s Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B game between Mayo and Derry in MacHale Park, Castlebar, a rare...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 9:14pm Read More

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