Mayo’s summer is up and running after last Sunday's four-point win over Galway in Pearse Stadium secured a place in next month’s Connacht final.
To set the scene ahead of the Connacht semi-final between Mayo and Galway, host Rob Murphy, Mike Finnerty and Willie McHugh travelled to Shrule to sample the atmosphere along the border.
Our football podcast returns for another year and episode one is a full review of Mayo’s exploits in the 2015 National Football League.
This week we recorded our Mayo News GAA football podcast shortly after last Sunday’s drawn All Ireland SFC semi-final between Mayo and Kerry at Croke Park.
Our GAA football podcast takes a closer look at Sunday’s All Ireland SFC semi-final between Mayo and Kerry at Croke Park.
Host Rob Murphy joins Mike Finnerty, Liam McHale, Senan Connell, Colm Parkinson and Anthony Moyles to set the scene ahead of Mayo’s trip to Croker to play Cork.
Colm Keys of the Irish Independent, Edwin McGreal, Daniel Carey and Declan O’Reilly reflect on last Sunday’s Connacht final with host Rob Murphy.
Host Rob Murphy joins Mike Finnerty, Edwin McGreal and Sean Rice at MacHale Park, Castlebar to set the scene ahead of the Connacht Football Final between Mayo and Galway.
Host Rob Murphy talks to Mayo News columnist Kevin McStay about the merits of the one point victory; our reporter Edwin McGreal discusses the finer details of the match and the mood in the Mayo camp afterwards, and we catch up with Anne-Marie Flynn of the new Mayo GAA Supporters group ‘Club 51’.
Season six of our podcast opens with a look ahead to Mayo’s meeting with Roscommon.
Host Rob Murphy is joined at The Mayo News offices by Sean Rice, Edwin McGreal and Mike Finnerty to reflect on Mayo’s All-Ireland Final defeat to Dublin. The panel also examine some of the issues arising from the result and pay tribute to Mayo’s All-Ireland winning minors.
Host Rob Murphy is joined at McHale Park, Castlebar to set the scene by Sports Editor Mike Finnerty, RTE pundit Martin Carney, Mayo News columnist Sean Rice, and ace reporters Edwin McGreal and Daniel Carey to preview Sunday's All-Ireland SFC Final.