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'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.
'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.
Mayo ladies football manager Peter Leahy to remain in charge until 2021
After a difficult 2018, Leahy was re-appointed earlier this week.
'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.
'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.
'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.
Two Mayo hurling clubs claim they were shunned in allocation of McManus funds
Ballyvary and Caiseal Gaels have both released statements airing their disappointment.
Soccer-focused Jim McGuinness says he's not interested in Mayo job
The Westerners’ former boss James Horan has also had his say.
Departed players and WGPA release statements following Mayo walkout
‘We have stepped away from the panel for player welfare issues that are personal and sensitive to the players involved.’
Another injury blow for Mayo as O'Shea facing ten weeks out of action
Seamus O’Shea is facing into a spell on the sidelines after undergoing surgery on his shoulder.
Game Changer - The first autobiography from a female Gaelic games star is coming
Cora Staunton is set to share her story.
Mayo duo rewarded with individual accolades for April after run to league final
Key forward Sinéad Cafferky and manager Peter Leahy have both been honoured.
Two changes to Mayo team for tomorrow's league clash with Tyrone
The sides meet in Castlebar tomorrow.
Familiar names recalled and U21 heroes picked as Mayo unveil Connacht league squad
With their established stars on holiday, Stephen Rochford has assembled a new panel.
Eight-time Connacht champion Alan Dillon calls time on his Mayo career
‘I stand here at the end of this ride, knowing I gave it my all.’
Stephen Rochford to stay on as Mayo manager as he's given two-year extension
The deal will keep him with the Westerners until 2020.
'We're a weird auld bunch but we stick together' - the confidence that Mayo will go again in 2018
Andy Moran on the challenge for the All-Ireland finalists in going again.
People are getting behind this Mayo fan's plea for an All-Ireland ticket after she went all out for the cause
10 hours to get this very appropriate hairstyle.
People are getting behind this Mayo fan's plea for an All-Ireland ticket after she went all out for the cause
10 hours to get this very appropriate hairstyle.
'It's absolute rubbish. It doesn't matter. They'll keep going and keep getting better.'
Mayo’s former manager backs them to shine next Sunday.
Have Mayo proved they've got what it takes to win an All-Ireland final?
Eight months into Stephen Rochford’s reign, they’re back to within touching distance of Sam Maguire.
6 players to watch in today's Division 1 Ladies Football final
The latest chapter of Cork v Mayo promises to be an exciting affair full of talented players.
Mickey Conroy dropped as Rochford prepares to finalise panel
Stephen Rochford is trimming the Mayo panel ahead of the Connacht championship.
Mayo claim All-Ireland U21 title with clinical 5-goal defeat of Cork
Liam Irwin scored two goals as the westerners won their first title at this age level since 2006.
Four-goal Mayo power past Leitrim to reach EirGrid Connacht U21 decider
Diarmuid O’Connor, Brian Reape and Fionan Duffy were amongst the Mayo goalscorers today.
There are two big names back in the Mayo starting team to face Donegal
Keith Higgins and Lee Keegan get the nod to start.
Mayo's most famous ladies footballer is back involved for a 22nd intercounty season
Cora Staunton is back involved for the 2016 season.
Rochford finalises his Mayo management team
Ex-Ireland rugby international Gavin Duffy part of proposed setup along with the likes of Tony McEntee and Maurice Horan.
One change to Mayo team to face Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final
Chris Barrett gets the nod to start in defence.
Mayo power past Donegal to set up All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin
Aidan O’Shea and Lee Keegan struck goals for the winners tonight.
Analysis: Can Galway's underage rise finally see them match up to Mayo at senior level?
Huge Connacht clash on Sunday, we take a closer look at the teams involved.
Good news, Mayo fans! Cillian O'Connor played (briefly) in Ballintubber's win today
Castlebar and Ballina both won their opening matches on Saturday evening.
O'Shea, Freeman and Sweeney hit goals as Mayo defeat 13-man Monaghan
Stephen Gollogly and Ryan Wylie were both dismissed for Monaghan today.
Redknapp, Aldridge and the Women's RWC - 'Mayo For Sam' signs are back
They’re into the last four and Mayo people are starting to dream again.
Mayo make four changes for the Connacht final - here's how they will line out
James Horan has named 13 of the 15 players who started in last year’s All-Ireland final defeat against Dublin.
In 1999 Dillon and Duffy were minor footballers, now they're back as Mayo senior teammates
Alan Dillon on life back playing alongside the former Connacht rugby player.
5 talking points after 14-man Derry bounce back to turn over Mayo
Mayo can’t seal the deal again while Derry’s rise in the league continues.
Cillian O'Connor returns as Mayo see off Westmeath in Mullingar
James Horan’s side enjoyed a successful trip to Mullingar.
Tyrone v Mayo, All-Ireland MFC final
We went minute-by-minute as the young Mayo side went in search of their first minor crown since 1985.
17 things you could hear Mayo fans say this weekend
There’ll be plenty people from the west around the capital in the coming days.