Un-Bee-lievable Jeff: The Mayo man at the heart of Premier League history

By Anthony Hennigan There’s no shortage of irony about how a Mayo man has ended up working for a professional football club with almost as much a knack for losing finals as his own county. As opening lines go, it’s...

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Why Cillian’s loss is a hammer blow to heavy metal Mayo

Last weekend felt like the arrival of summer. Glorious weather, the Euros and French Open on the television, and a plethora of Gaelic football and hurling games to watch. I even played my first competitive club match in 10 months....

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Conn Rangers reaping the fruits of decades of work

By Paul O’Malley When the list of registered teams for the upcoming Mayo junior and under-21 league was revealed, one...

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30 years on, the Maughan magic endures

On the same weekend that two of his former teams, Mayo and Clare, went at it in pursuit of promotion...

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Injuries mar Mayo’s return to top flight

Mayo have returned to Division 1 football at the first time of asking but their success looks to have come...

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Sligo Rovers defeat sees Drogs pocket three points

Drogheda United beat Sligo Rovers 2-1 in Saturday evening’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game at the Showgrounds. With the...

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