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Sunday 3 December 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Mayo GAA

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Allianz FL: Wins for Down and Monaghan as Derry draw with Armagh
Here’s how tonight’s three games in Newry, Derry and Enniskillen unfolded.
Dublin v Mayo: O'Connor eyes return with a spring in his step
Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor won’t feature against Dublin tonight but he’s anxious to get back to business quickly and banish the ghosts of last September.
Nelson, O'Mahony start Dubs' grudge match against Mayo
Dublin host Mayo tomorrow in a repeat of the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final.
Horan makes five changes for Mayo’s clash with the Dubs
The Galway and Westmeath teams have also been named for their Division 2 clash next Sunday.
Out of action: Dublin's Connolly faces month-long layoff
The Dubs will also be without Michael Darragh Macauley for their game with Mayo.
Division 1 FL: O'Neill snatches late win for Tyrone over Mayo
Mickey Harte’s side grabbed victory in dramatic circumstances in Castlebar.
Sunday afternoon GAA
The weather caused havoc with some fixtures but there was enough GAA action to keep us entertained this afternoon. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Kevin Keane returns to Mayo team
The Galway side has also been named for their trip to face Louth tomorrow.
In Pics: Weekend Gaelic football and hurling action
Some of our favourite shots taken from around the grounds this weekend.
Conor Deegan: 'There's no point in panicking at this time of the season'’s Gaelic football columnist on early disappointments for Cork and Kerry, Donegal’s lack of match fitness and Kildare’s youngsters catching the eye.
Division 1 FL: Mayo defeat 14-man Kerry
Jason Doherty and Michael Conroy shot a combined total of 0-9 as the Westerners triumphed in Castlebar this afternoon.
Mayo v Kerry, Allianz FL Division 1
Kerry traveled to Castlebar to face Mayo in the last of this weekend’s Division league games. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Cathal Freeman to make Mayo debut
Only nine of the Mayo side that started in last September’s All-Ireland final loss to Donegal are in the starting fifteen for tomorrow’s gam with Kerry.
Take 5: Division 1 league preview
Games to watch, players to note and things to monitor in the top flight of this year’s Allianz Football League.
Horan stands by Brolly blast
That’s Joe Brolly, rather than the kind you’ll need if you’re stepping outside today.
Snapshot: Mayo's All-Star defender Ger Cafferkey braves the weather to help club fundraising drive
Where would you see it?
Vaughan and Clarke back in Mayo line-up
There are familiar faces in the Mayo and Tyrone teams for their pre-season games tonight.
Semi-final spots on the line tonight in Dr McKenna Cup
Last year’s All-Ireland football finalists Mayo are also in action tonight in the FBD league.
Shhmile! Here's Your Happy Gumshields Picture Of The Day
Michael Murphy and Alan Dillon really like their new mouthguards.
O'Connor targeting National League comeback from injury
The young attacker is currently sidelined after dislocating his shoulder in a league game with his club Ballintubber.
Travelling party confirmed for 2012 Football All-Star tour to New York
Twelve players have been added to the group which will depart on Wednesday ahead of next Saturday’s exhibition game in Gaelic Park.
Shefflin and Lacey win individual GAA All-Star awards
Meanwhile, the performances of Cillian O’Connor and Johnny Coen were also acknowledged.
2012 Connacht Club SFC team-by-team guide
Here’s a look at the five teams in contention for this year’s senior club football crown in the western province ahead of the opening clash next Sunday in Kiltoom.
Major coup for Mayo with the recruitment of Donie Buckley
The beaten All-Ireland finalists have snapped up the services of a highly-rated trainer for next season.
Mayo add Buckley to management team
Senior football manager James Horan has brought in the former Kerry trainer for the 2013 season.
Connacht and Ulster club football previews
County football titles will be handed out in Mayo, Derry and Down this weekend while the opening clash takes place in the Ulster club championship.
I shot that! The stories behind your favourite YouTube clips: Murphy’s magic moment
An iconic sporting moment captured on video.
Donegal lead All-Star nominations after All-Ireland-winning year
Jim McGuinness sees 12 of his side nominated for awards after their historic win over Mayo last month.
Column: Why I went to the hurling final (after boycotting for years)
Former GAA president Dr Mick Loftus explains why he ended his self-imposed ban.
Connacht Council express 'annoyance' at Mayo decision to withdraw from FBD final
The provincial body have hit back at the All-Ireland finalists decision not to travel to New York next week.
Kerry victory gave us belief that we could win the All-Ireland - McHugh
The Donegal player also revealed what his father said that moved him to tears in the aftermath of Sunday’s game.
Cian O'Neill steps down in Mayo
The highly-rated football coach has brought his tenure with the Connacht champions to a close due to health reasons.
'I have nothing against Jim McGuinness' says banned journalist
The Belfast Telegraph writer Declan Bogue says he doesn’t know why the Donegal boss felt ‘degraded’ by his book.
Andy Moran: "We'll keep fighting and we'll be back"
The Mayo captain is adamant that the future remains bright for himself and his teammates.
Conor Deegan: "Murphy's goal represented the remarkable class that he possesses"’s Gaelic Football analyst salutes the achievement of this year’s All-Ireland champions and their captain but wonders have Mayo hinted at a way to unlock their system.
In pictures: Thousands turn out as Donegal welcomes Sam to the hills
It’s going to be a long night in Donegal.
Here are our 54 favourite images from this year's All-Ireland Championship
There has been no shortage of drama or excitement over the past few moments, and the following images captured some of the competition’s key moments.
Box office: 1.4 million of us tuned in to the All-Ireland football final yesterday
Donegal’s win over Mayo was the only show in town yesterday, RTÉ have revealed.
We'll be back, insists chief Horan as Mayo look for positives
“We’ll keep going, learn from it, as we’ve done every single experience we’ve had this year,” Horan says.
Murph's Sideline Cut: "No arguments - Donegal are our champions"’s columnist Ciaran Murphy yesterday witnessed another grievous occasion for Mayo football while Donegal became worthy All-Ireland winners.