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Thursday 9 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# green and red

Last year
2022
# Stephen Rochford
Hoping Keegan will stay, surprise at Mullin's AFL decision move and tribute to Murphy
Stephen Rochford is back with Mayo as assistant manager, having not been attracted to any role outside the county.
# green and red
'Do I feel up to another year?' - Lee Keegan to decide on Mayo future in next couple of weeks
The defender has won five All-Star awards in Mayo colours.
# Watching On
'There'll definitely be a good bite to it' - Injured Conroy relishing Mayo-Galway showdown
The star Green and Red forward is looking forward to a ‘big derby’ with ‘a lot at stake’.
# green and red
Young Ballina stars handed first starts as Mayo name team to play Armagh
James Horan brings Frank Irwin and Sam Callinan in to his starting team.
# green and red
Oisin Mullin back in Mayo starting side as they face Dublin in Croke Park
The Young Footballer of the Year is back in action for James Horan’s side.
# green and red
Huge boost for Mayo as Oisín Mullin turns down AFL move to stay in Ireland
‘After some careful thinking and a lot of support from family, I have decided to stay in Ireland.’
# green and red
Five Mayo debutants included for tonight's Air Dome clash with Galway
The FBD League meeting throws in at 6pm.
All time
# green and red
'Negativity or untruths must stop': Mayo GAA chairman and James Horan call for unity
‘It is important that we move forward together for the betterment of Mayo football,’ said Horan.
# green and red
Mayo great Colm Boyle retires after 14-year career
The Davitts man made his debut in 2008.
# green and red
Andy Moran: 'My gut is saying Mayo - I do believe it's our time'
The former Mayo star looks ahead to Saturday’s All-Ireland final.
# Disappointment
'We wanted to test ourselves against the best team in Ireland - and we didn't do that'
Michael Moyles’ Mayo side suffered a ‘horridly disappointing’ TG4 All-Ireland semi-final loss to Dublin yesterday.
# green and red
Mayo claim incredible All-Ireland semi-final win as Dublin's reign as champions ends
A thrilling contest unfolded as the game progressed in Croke Park.
# Nicky Rackard Cup
Keith Higgins captains Mayo to Croke Park hurling glory
The Green and Red stalwart scored 0-7 in a man-of-the-match display, before climbing the steps of the Hogan Stand.
# Land down under
Mayo and Galway dual star becomes first Irish player to sign for Geelong's AFLW side
Rachel Kearns is the 14th Irish player confirmed for the upcoming season.
# mayo mission
'It's disappointing for Cillian but it's by no means a disaster' - Horan sees opportunity in O'Connor injury blow
The two-time All-Star is ‘out for the foreseeable future’ – likely the remainder of the 2021 season.
# Grassroots
Here are the draws for this year's Dublin and Mayo senior football championships
The Dublin hurling draw was also made tonight.
# green and red
Garrymore defender Hession handed Mayo debut in league opener against Down
Aidan O’Shea not named in Mayo XV following knee injury scare last month.
# green and red
'Not one to half-arse anything' - 2017 All-Star and Aussie Rules ace opts out of Mayo set-up
New boss Michael Moyles offered an update on his panel this evening.
# The Green and Red of Mayo
'It was just a kind of a contact injury' - O'Connor on 'standard-setter' O'Shea's injury scare
The 2020 captain limped off when the county returned to collective training last week.
# green and red
Former Mayo player and club All-Ireland winner named county's new ladies football boss
Michael Moyles succeeds Peter Leahy in the role.
# clean slate
All-Star midfielder and Carnacon great open to Mayo return under new management
Fiona McHale has been absent from the set-up since 2018.
# End of an era
Seamus O'Shea the latest Mayo footballer to call time on inter-county career
‘I consider myself incredibly fortunate to have played for Mayo alongside an extraordinary group of players. I’ve loved every minute of it.’
# End of the road
Mayo veteran Donal Vaughan calls time on inter-county football career
‘It has been an honour and a privilege to wear the green and red with pride.’
# green and red
Mayo capture first Connacht crown since 2015 after holding off late Galway rally
James Horan’s men march on after lifting the Nestor Cup.
# green and red
Mayo fire 3-23 as they hammer Galway in football league clash in Tuam
Mayo hit 2-17 in a remarkable first-half display in the Division 1 tie.
# The Starters
Two Mayo changes as Horan names side to face Kerry in tomorrow's rescheduled clash
Throw-in for the Division 1 football showdown in Castlebar is 1pm.
# green and red
Kearns the All-Star turn as Mayo get the better of Storm Dennis and Waterford to bag crucial win
Peter Leahy’s side’s second victory of the campaign lifts them to joint second in the table.
# Mac's Back
Mayo legend Ciaran McDonald joins James Horan's backroom team
Mayo GAA have confirmed an interesting addition to the coaching ticket.
# Team news
Mayo and Dublin name sides for this evening's All-Ireland semi-final showdown
All eyes on Croke Park at 5pm.
# green and red
From 2017 All-Ireland final to mass player walkout, Mayo now clawing their way back to the top
Peter Leahy’s side’s revival has been admirable.
# marching on
'A lot of people didn't give us a chance' against Donegal, says Mayo star O'Shea
The Westerners booked their All-Ireland semi-final spot last night.
# we go again
Late onslaught sees Mayo record crucial Super 8s win over Meath and march on
James Horan’s men were nine-point winners at Croke Park.
# Changes
'When we first came in, there was a rota for bringing food. We used to pay to come to training'
Mayo captain Niamh Kelly on how far ladies football has come, and her side’s resurgence in 2019.
# lovely gesture
'Loads of girls on our team had previously suffered from mental health issues - I wanted to help them'
Mayo and Collingwood star Sarah Rowe on her recent AFLW award and subsequent donation to charity, and her plans going forward.
# CONFIRMED
Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy to remain in charge until 2021
After a difficult 2018, Leahy was re-appointed earlier this week.
# clean slate
'We want the best for Mayo' - Players leave the door open for 12 departed team-mates in 2019
Sarah Rowe is happy to draw a line under the row and move on.
# New Rules
'The game is fine the way it is. We just have a team that's really, really good at the moment'
Mayo’s Aidan O’Shea has his say on the proposed rule changes to Gaelic football.
# take two
'I don't think James would come back if he didn't think there was potential for us to win an All-Ireland'
Aidan O’Shea is delighted with James Horan’s return to the Mayo helm.
# Statements
Two Mayo hurling clubs claim they were shunned in allocation of McManus funds
Ballyvary and Caiseal Gaels have both released statements airing their disappointment.
# No Go
Soccer-focused Jim McGuinness says he's not interested in Mayo job
The Westerners’ former boss James Horan has also had his say.