The Mayo News

Monday
Apr 27th
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home SPORT
header_sport

Mayo’s happy campers return home from Portugal

FOOTBALL The vibes from the Mayo camp since they returned from their training week in Portugal have been encouraging.

Read more...
 

For the love of the game – GAA, junior style

FOOTBALL Far from the madding crowds, Kilmovee entertained Eastern Gaels in Division 1E. Willie McHugh went along.

Read more...

Liam Moffatt on the Mayo player welfare initiative

FOOTBALL There is no point having a player running up Croagh Patrick if all he has to do is kick a ball over the bar!

Read more...

Six of the best from Westport United

SOCCER Westport United hit Iorras Aontaithe for six on Sunday last, dominating from first kick to last.

Read more...

Connacht’s fate in their own hands

RUGBY In the last 15 years, Connacht have only played really meaningful games this late in the season on three occasions.

Read more...

Mayo jet out to Portugal for training camp

FOOTBALL The Mayo senior football squad flew out to Portugal on Monday for a five-day warm-weather training camp.

Read more...

League stats tell their own story

FOOTBALL We reflect on some of the facts and figures from Mayo’s National League campaign ahead of the upcoming championship.

Read more...

Dr Seán Moffatt on Mayo’s player welfare initiative

FOOTBALL The topic of concussion was among those discussed at the recent Mayo GAA player welfare programme update.

Read more...

Still nobody quite like Ciaran McDonald

FOOTBALL Last Saturday Ciaran McDonald was back doing what he does best: playing ball and shooting scores for Crossmolina.

Read more...

Ballina Town beat Westport United

SOCCER Westport United lost their first league match since September 2013 on Sunday last, as Ballina Town took a big scalp.

Read more...

Familiar faces back in the frame for Mayo

FOOTBALL Mayo’s league started sweet but finished on a vaguely sour note – but Barry Moran and Kevin Keane have impressed.

Read more...

Mayo leave us with mixed emotions

FOOTBALL The last two minutes was the big downside from the Mayo-Donegal game on Sunday, says Billy Joe Padden.

Read more...

Mayo try to draw comfort as victory slips away again

FOOTBALL Mayo haven’t made life easy for themselves all that often in recent months and so it was again on Sunday.

Read more...
  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »
Page 1 of 135

 

 

SuperValu

Fans

Sports Tweets

 

Tommy O’Malley’s search for Sam

FOOTBALL Ex-Mayo player Tommy O’Malley aimed for an All-Ireland senior title and believed once it was within his grasp.

cheap ms office 2007