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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Mayo GAA

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# Explanation
GAA denies public opinion influenced change in venue for Kildare-Mayo fixture
Director of communications Alan Milton also says that the ‘health and safety of patrons’ was the GAA’s primary concern.
# Trip to Tipp
'I think all of us Mayo supporters saw our footballing lives flash before our eyes in Semple Stadium'
The ‘true believers’ are on the road again with Stephen Rochford’s men, writes Eoin Butler.
Tipperary v Mayo, Carlow v Tyrone - Saturday football match tracker
Here’s how both games unfolded as Carlow took on Tyrone and Mayo clashed with Tipperary.
# we're on air Eamon
'Watching England punch themselves in the nuts at major finals turned out to be a very close second to Irish success'
Eoin Butler is settling in for month of solid football-watching.
# Facile
Ross Egan points the way as dominant Mayo book Connacht U20 final spot
Both Mayo and Leitrim had a man dismissed.
# Qualifiers
Rochford makes four changes as Mayo get championship campaign back underway
Mayo enter the qualifiers with a visit to the Gaelic Grounds to face Limerick on Saturday.
# Decisive Score
Watch: The crucial Johnny Heaney goal that secured victory for Galway over Mayo
Kevin Walsh’s side scored a third consecutive championship win over their old rivals to book a spot in the Connacht SFC semi-finals.
Mayo v Galway, Connacht SFC
A Johnny Heaney goal secures victory for Galway to book their place in the Connacht SFC semi-final.
# Sweeper Keeper
Fly keeper! Mayo claim dramatic win as goalie plays key outfield role in final minutes
Sean Boylan’s son Ciarán hit the winner.
# Dual star
Keith Higgins helps inspire Mayo hurlers to league title and promotion
The well renowned Mayo footballer has been concentrating on the small game of late.
# Appointment
Former All-Ireland intermediate-winning boss appointed new Mayo ladies football manager
Peter Leahy takes over from Frank Browne who led Mayo to its first senior All-Ireland final appearance in a decade.
# Treble
Three on the trot for Castlebar Mitchels thanks to final flourish
Ballintubber came up short.
# Rowe your boat
'I'd be definitely, really considering it. I'm going to head to Australia and suss the place out'
Mayo star Sarah Rowe confirms she’s weighing up a move to Aussie Rules, but has not yet signed a deal Down Under.
# black and blue
'I said: 'What's that for?' And I got blanked... That's why I got so pissed off'
Darran O’Sullivan remains in disbelief at the black card which ended his season.
# point guard
'If you were in the last minute of an All-Ireland, what would you do?' - Kilkenny discusses black card
Ciaran Kilkenny wasn’t giving too much away about his duel with Lee Keegan.
# ThingsLeeDid
'I'd say fair play to Keegan for even thinking about it, to be honest with you'
Former Kildare captain Johnny Doyle gives his honest assessment of the GPS-throwing incident during Sunday’s All-Ireland.
# mayo 4 sam
11 times Mayo fans proved they're the most dedicated fans in Ireland
Dragging a donkey and cart to Croker to show your county pride is NO JOKE.
# Confusion
Dublin City Council explain why Sunday's All-Ireland won't be shown on big screen in Smithfield
Local media outlets had confirmed the screening, but DCC have insisted that it’s not happening.
# still dreaming
'I remember saying to them that I will play for Mayo again. You don't forget words like that'
It’s been a career of long roads for Tom Parsons.
# divided opinion
Alan Brogan: 'Let's bring the overall level up rather than punish Dublin for having their house in order'
Alan Brogan believes there may be merit to splitting Dublin in two, but not for a decade.
# Close Calls
'I'd like to see Lee Keegan in midfield': Paul Kerrigan previews Sunday's big Kerry v Mayo clash
Cork’s football captain was the guest on this week’s episode of The42′s Close Calls.
# Oh The Green And Red
'We have a responsibility after the time, effort and cost they've put in this year and in previous years'
Paddy Durcan says Mayo’s support has dragged them through many a close call in this year.
# rebel heart
'They're under a bit of pressure. Time is probably running out for a lot of their fellas'
Cork captain Paul Kerrigan believes it’s the time is right to draw Mayo in the Championshiip.
# Qualified success
Mayo move through the gears to eventually shrug off battling Banner
Clare couldn’t match the Connacht side in the second half.
# Picture perfect
The most striking pictures from another dramatic day at Croke Park
Here’s how the day looked through a lens.
# Sharp Shooter
Just the 5-15 for Cora Staunton in county final win last night
What a player.
# 8th time lucky
'It's about time we stopped being consistent and just win one' - Moran
Mayo’s former captain is ready for another crack at the Sam Maguire.
Mayo make single change for All-Ireland semi-final clash with Tipperary
Stephen Rochford has largely stuck with the tried and tested.
# experience
136th Mayo appearance for Andy Moran this weekend as two changes made for Kildare test
Donal Vaughan is also selected by Stephen Rochord.
# Familiar Foes
The day Fermanagh gave Mayo an almighty scare - and both counties' fortunes since then
Qualifier clash is the counties’ first competitive meeting since 2004 All-Ireland semis.
# Louth GAA
The Mayo footballer who won an All-Ireland medal while playing for Louth
A documentary about Dan O’Neill airs this weekend.
# Ones to watch
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.
# Action Plan
'There will be no talk of All-Irelands' - Stephen Rochford sets out his stall as Mayo manager
First things first as the new Mayo boss prioritises the league campaign and Connacht championship.
# new appointment
We now know who the new Mayo manager will be after only one nominee was put forward
Stephen Rochford will hold discussions with the county board in the coming weeks.
# Head hunting
When will Mayo appoint their next football manager?
The county board met last night to set a timeline for the process.
# stepping down
Holmes and Connelly thank players for their efforts as they step down as managers
Mayo are on the lookout for a new manager.
# wednesday
We'll Leave It There So: Irish jockey assaulted, Mayo crisis 'a bombshell' and all today's sport
Meanwhile, Jared Payne is an injury doubt for Ireland’s World Cup clash with Italy on Sunday.
# Chaos
No confidence vote from players is 'a bombshell', admits Mayo county board
Co-managers Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly are under pressure.
# Trouble
Mayo football in crisis as players revolt against managers Connelly and Holmes - reports
Mayo county officials yet to issue statement following reported vote of no confidence.
# honoured
Small consolation as stars of Mayo and Tipp win August player of the month awards
It was an epic month of action at HQ.