Mayo are back in an All-Ireland Football Final! Hosts Rob Murphy and Mike Finnerty catch up with Billy Joe Padden, former Dublin footballer Mossy Quinn, Sky Sports analyst Paul Earley and Colm Keys of the Irish Independent after Mayo's win over Tipperary at Croke Park.
As an extra treat for our loyal fans, Rob Murphy talks to Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden and John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog as the countdown to Croke Park on Sunday gathers pace.
As Mayo prepare for their sixth successive All-Ireland SFC semi-final, Rob Murphy and Mike Finnerty set the scene.
After Mayo’s thrilling win over Tyrone on Saturday, Rob Murphy talks to former Mayo footballer David Brady, John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog, and Mike Finnerty, Daniel Carey and Edwin McGreal of The Mayo News.
Host Rob Murphy is joined by Sky Sports analyst Paul Earley, John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog, Michael Foley of The Sunday Times and Mike Finnerty, Daniel Carey and Edwin McGreal of The Mayo News to reflect on Mayo’s win over Westmeath and look ahead to the All-Ireland quarter-final against Tyrone.
Mayo’s are into Round 4 of the All-Ireland Football Qualifiers where they will meet Westmeath.
Mayo got their championship campaign back on track last Saturday with a solid five point victory over Fermanagh, and now take on Kildare in Castlebar next Saturday evening.
The biggest game of Mayo’s football year is coming up next weekend against Fermanagh in the All-Ireland Qualifiers
So Galway did ‘bate’ Mayo after all in last Saturday’s Connacht SFC semi-final.
Will Galway bate Mayo? Most people say no, but we’ll find out next Saturday.
Mayo's Connacht senior championship campaign begins in London on Sunday with a quarter-final clash against the Exiles, with a place in the June 18 semi-final against Galway up for grabs.
The Mayo News Gaelic football podcast returns to review Mayo's 2016 National Football League campaign which brought three wins from seven and survival in Division 1 on the final day thanks to scoring difference