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Wednesday 22 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Mayo GAA

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# Surgery
Mayo's McLaughlin undergoes operation after suffering double jaw fracture against Dublin
The Westport defender was stretchered off the field after shipping a heavy challenge from John Small.
Dublin v Mayo, All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Relive all the magic as Mayo finally got the better of Dublin after extra-time.
# Team news
Mullin out for Mayo while Dublin name unchanged side for All-Ireland semi-final showdown
The Young Footballer of the Year was reported to have suffered a quad strain this week.
# Input
'Sharing nuggets of information with everyone as always' - O'Connor still contributing to Mayo
Stephen Coen says the star forward is helping the team out during his injury layoff.
# step up
'Cillian sent me a voice note on Saturday morning, wishing me well' - becoming a Mayo leader
Ryan O’Donoghue is excited to accept the challenge of deputising for Cillian O’Connor.
# opener
Two championship debutants as Mayo name 10 starters from All-Ireland final in team to face Sligo
Sligo have made five changes to the side that fell to Wexford in their final league fixture.
# The Green And Red
Late surge helps Mayo see off Westmeath challenge
The Round 2 clash took place in Mullingar.
# small ball
Keith Higgins to captain the Mayo hurlers for 2021
The four-time football All-Star will lead Derek Walsh’s men against Derry this Sunday, with Stephen Coyne appointed vice captain.
# Time to say goodbye
Four-time All-Star Higgins becomes the latest Mayo retirement
Keith Higgins excelled in both attacking and defensive positions throughout an impressive inter-county career.
# home comforts
Mayo legend Andy Moran takes first major step into management
The 2017 Footballer of the Year takes charge of his native Ballaghaderreen.
# Top of the pile
Waterford and Mayo stars bag semi-final edition Player of the Month awards
Cillian O’Connor and Stephen Bennett have both been in exceptional form for their sides.
# statement
Tipperary will revert to blue and gold jerseys for All-Ireland semi-final
The Premier County will take on Mayo in their final-four clash.
# Job Done
Mayo ease to 11-point win over Leitrim and book Connacht semi-final clash with Roscommon
Tommy Conroy marked his championship debut with a superb goal as James Horan’s men marched on in the western province.
# caution
'If we open up the pitches, it's going to be jammers... one death is too many'
Mayo captain Aidan O’Shea believes the GAA needs to be cautious about reopening pitches.
# Moving Forward
'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases
Mortimer Quarries resumed their operations on Monday.
# Oh The Green And Red
'I was thrown off a horse onto a concrete path. I thought I was going to be paralysed'
David Brady is next up in the Laochra Gael hot seat.
# Storm Jorge
Mayo v Kerry clash postponed until tomorrow lunchtime, as is Laois-Kildare
Adverse weather confitions mean the games won’t go ahead this evening as planned.
# step too far
Mayo cut off contact with millionaire benefactor Tim O'Leary following his 'Horan out' tweets
The county executive say they have been mandated by club delegates to cease dialogue with Mr. O’Leary in light of messages for which he apologised.
# The more things change
Joyce off the mark as Galway edge Mayo on penalties following late fightback
Galway trailed by six points with only minutes remaining but forced a shootout with a late, late burst.
'I'm looking forward to picking his brain. He's one of the most iconic players' - Working with a Mayo hero
Eoin O’Donoghue discusses the impact of Ciarán McDonald on James Horan’s coaching ticket.
# clear the air
Mayo GAA's millionaire benefactor apologises for 'bad publicity' in open letter
Tim O’Leary has been involved in a dispute with the county board over sponsorship in recent times.
# Blow
Doherty out for the season after suffering ACL injury against Donegal
James Horan’s side will be without the Borrishoole clubman when they face Dublin this Saturday in the All-Ireland semi-final.
# No 1
Rob Hennelly in goal as Mayo make three changes for showdown with Donegal
James Horan’s side welcome the Ulster outfit to Castlebar later.
# Team news
Kerry name one change for crunch Super 8s opener against Mayo
The sides will meet in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday.
# woman at work
Mayo's Rowe re-signs with Collingwood for 2020 AFL Women's season
The 23-year-old won a number of personal awards during an impressive debut campaign in Australia.
# Meath Rising
'This championship, more than any championship over the last decade, is the most important for Meath'
Senan Connell reckons the Royals must reach the Super 8s, says Donegal can be contenders, and feels Mayo must win Connacht.
# Croker Dreams
Mayo seeking to end an extraordinary losing sequence at Croke Park
James Horan’s men take on Kerry looking for a first league title since 2001.
# The Leader
Mayo name two-time Young Footballer of the Year as captain for 2019
Diarmuid O’Connor will skipper the county this year with Paddy Durcan taking up the vice-captain role.
# And The Team Is...
O'Shea to captain much-changed Mayo side while Cork make two switches
The Connacht side host Cavan in Round 3 of the Allianz football league this weekend.
# The Starters
Horan hands out league debut among three changes in Mayo side to face All-Ireland finalists
The Connacht side will be looking to pick up another victory when they travel to Omagh on Sunday.
# Criticism
Tyrone lacked 'a bit of balls' in league defeat to Kerry - O'Sullivan
The 2009 All-Ireland winning captain suggested that the Ulster side were ‘happier to take the safer option.’
# New Rules
James Horan: Mayo will be ready for 'crazy' new rule changes
Five new laws have been brought into the game on a trial basis.
# Tweet Elite
Mbappé's Time magazine cover and more tweets of the week
Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.
# Mayo GAA
Cillian O'Connor scores 0-7 as Ballintubber book semi-final spot while Breaffy see off Westport
Ballintubber and Breaffy booked their places in the Mayo Senior Football Championship semi-finals.
# the next generation
'I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t conspired to indoctrinate my nieces and nephew with an allegiance to Mayo'
In his weekly column, Eoin Butler explores why adults feel inclined to pass on their love of a sports team to the younger generation.
# rebuild
'Continuity' a positive for All-Star Barrett as Mayo wait for management team to be rubber-stamped
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford is assembling his backroom team for the 2019 season.
# Taking A Break
Relief at Rochford staying on and accepting Whatsapp invites 'you haven’t said yes to in eight or nine years'
Mayo forward Jason Doherty is enjoying the long break after a shock exit from the All-Ireland SFC.
# exodus
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford facing backroom rebuild as key coaches depart
Remaining selector Joe Keane is expected to stay on into the 2019 season.
# Blues Sisters
Noelle Healy leads the way as Dublin preserve perfect record against battling Mayo
It was a repeat of last year’s championship decider.
# Super 8s
'Nothing can compete with a World Cup... Wimbledon, Brexit or my mother calling to tell me she’s fallen down the stairs'
This weekend’s juxtaposition of games, brought the summer of 1990 to mind for Eoin Butler.