Billy Joe Padden talks to Rob Murphy ahead of Mayo’s trip to Ballybofey for the National Football League game against Donegal, and runs the rule over all the Division 1 teams.
The Mayo News Football Podcast returns for another season and to kick off our 2016 series, we begin with the traditional National Football League preview show.
After a tumultuous six weeks in Mayo GAA, The Mayo News podcast returns for a November special. After a motion of 'no confidence' was passed by the majority of the county senior football squad in joint managers Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly, their subsequent resignation led to a search for a new manager.
Host Rob Murphy was in Croke Park alongside Corofin manager Stephen Rochford Edwin McGreal and Daniel Carey to reflect on Mayo’s exit from the 2015 championship.
Our host Rob Murphy and Edwin McGreal are at Croke Park to reflect on Mayo’s draw with Dublin, with Sean Rice, Paul Earley, Mike Finnerty and Daniel Carey also checking in.
Our preview podcast comes to you from Breaffy GAA club where our Sports Editor Mike Finnerty, Mayo ladies footballer Fiona McHale, and Castlebar Mitchels manager Declan O'Reilly join host Rob Murphy.
Host Rob Murphy is joined by Stephen Rochford, Seán Rice, Edwin McGreal and Daniel Carey for our podcast, recorded in Croke Park during and after the All-Ireland quarter-final against Donegal.
By Saturday evening, barring a draw, four teams will be left in the race for Sam Maguire. Can Mayo book themselves a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals for a fifth consecutive season or will the 2012 winners Donegal bring our campaign to a sudden halt?
Host Rob Murphy is joined by Willie McHugh, Stephen Rochford, Billy Joe Padden, Daniel Carey and Edwin McGreal for our podcast, recorded in Hyde Park, Roscommon on Connacht final day.
Host Rob Murphy is joined by Mike Finnerty, Daniel Carey and Edwin McGreal to tackle the big issues ahead of the Connacht final, while our special guest is Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden.
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.