The football qualifiers get underway on Saturday and, once again, Mayo are seeking to start a backdoor run that will propel them all the way to Croke Park
The draw for Round 1 of the qualifiers has been made and in it Mayo have been paired with Limerick.
There was an element of Groundhog Day for the large home support at MacHale Park yesterday with another red card for Mayo proving hugely costly as the county crashed to a third successive Connacht championship defeat to Galway. The latest edition of the Mayo News football podcast captures the action from this tense and cagey Connacht quarter-final clash at Castlebar
We're less than a week out now from Mayo's much-anticipated Connacht championship opener against Galway. It's a hugely important championship start for both counties and a match that's been firmly pencilled into everyone's diaries for several months.
We’re into May and the start of the championship is now only days away. The 2018 Connacht championship was officially launched earlier this week and Mike Finnerty was there for the Mayo News football podcast with his mic and his recorder to get the views of a number of those who'll have an active say in how this year's Nestor Cup title race plays out.
April is proving to be a long month for Mayo's football fans, with the helter-skelter League campaign already becoming a bit of a distant memory while there's still some time to go until the championship season starts to rev up
A last-gasp point from Kevin McLoughlin saw Mayo draw with Donegal in Ballybofey to retain their National League Division 1 status for a record 22nd consecutive season
On a day when Tyrone proved too good for Mayo in Castlebar, our Football Podcast crew tried to gather their thoughts ahead of next Sunday’s relegation battle in Donegal
Our latest episode was recorded after Mayo beat Kildare in Newbridge on Mother’s Day, with Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan meeting a host of characters.
On a freezing night in Castlebar there were precious few home comforts for Mayo on Saturday night when they took on Dublin at MacHale Park, with Stephen Rochford’s team falling to their third defeat in a row in this year’s league campaign
All this year, the Mayo News football podcast is being sponsored by VaughanShoes.ie, a company headed by Mayo footballer Donal Vaughan which has strong roots within the county while also being at the cutting edge of European footwear fashion
AUDIO Our podcast crew braved the Baltic conditions to travel to Salthill last Sunday to see Mayo come off second best against Galway