As the dust settles on Mayo’s fourth All-Ireland Final defeat in six seasons, we reflect on the ups and downs from Croke Park.
We’re back on home ground for our penultimate All-Ireland preview podcast as some of our team gather in Westport to gauge the mood ahead of Mayo’s clash with Dublin.
Among the familiar voices are host Rob Murphy, Seán Rice, Edwin McGreal and Daniel Carey as The Mayo News go for lunch out The Quay.
Here’s the second installment of our ‘Over For The Match’ All-Ireland Final preview special that we recorded in London ahead of Mayo versus Dublin.
We brought the podcast on the road to London ahead of the All-Ireland Final between Mayo and Dublin.
Mike Finnerty, Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan travelled to record a special big match preview ‘live’ at the home of our sponsors, The Oxford Arms in Camden Town.
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford and Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden join us to set the scene for Mayo versus Dublin on Sunday, September 17
Our full team were there to see Mayo book their place in another All-Ireland Final.
Rob Murphy, John Gunnigan and Billy Joe Padden set the scene ahead of Mayo’s ninth championship match of an incredible summer
Another Mayo-Kerry epic! Rob Murphy, John Gunnigan and Ger Flanagan take you through through the action.
With the excitement building ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Kerry, we round up the latest news before leaving for Croke Park!
Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan are back in harness, with TV3 Sports correspondent Sinéad Kissane, former Mayo selector Tom Prendergast, and Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden also among our guests.
Ahead of Mayo’s seventh successive All-Ireland SFC semi-final, we set the scene as Stephen Rochford’s men take on Munster champions Kerry.
So Mayo are back in another All-Ireland semi-final after beating Roscommon at the second attempt! The podcast team were in Croke Park to see them do it.
The team try to make sense of that extra-time epic in Limerick as Mayo beat Cork, and we start to the build-up to Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final