Mayo's early season form continued its positive trend on Saturday night where victory over Cavan made it three League wins from three outings.
Mayo supporters become accustomed in recent years to enduring tough National League campaigns, where wins invariably prove to be hard-fought ones
The wind blew with considerable venom across MacHale Park yesterday evening, where sheets of driving rain and a biting cold added to difficult playing conditions
After months of waiting for the return of competitive action at inter-county level, the 2019 National Football League is set to get underway this coming weekend.
It turns out that penalty shootouts in Gaelic football are like buses - you wait forever for one to come along and then two arrive together.
The New Year started in dramatic fashion at Carrick-on-Shannon yesterday for Mayo's footballers
Chestnuts roasting by an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, Yuletide carols being sung by a choir ... and the Mayo News football podcast playing on your iPhone.
Everyone is counting down the days to Christmas at this stage and we're also chalking off the days ahead of the annual Club Stars banquet
The Senior and Intermediate club football championships came to a conclusion under the lights at MacHale Park on Saturday night
On Saturday night at MacHale Park this year's Senior and Intermediate club football titles will both be up for grabs
The Greenway Cafe at Lough Lannagh Village in Castlebar, right beside where the planned Mayo GAA Centre of Excellence will be located, was the venue last night for a media event with the recently appointed Mayo manager James Horan
The weekend just gone featured a hectic two days of club championship action within the county at both Senior and Intermediate levels