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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Mayo GAA

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# Opinion
Murph's sideline cut: 'This is the biggest thing to have happened to these counties, politically, socially, or spiritually, in 2012'
Mayo fans were rewarded for their faith with an exceptional performance against Dublin yesterday. Now they will face their biggest challenge yet, writes Ciaran Murphy.
# Interview
VIDEO: Dubs' below-par performances not through lack of effort - Gilroy
The coach also paid tribute to Mayo, saying they are a “form team” at the moment.
# Ready to go
VIDEO: Mayo's O'Shea 'can't wait' for Dublin clash
The midfielder is optimistic about his side’s chances in this weekend’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
# Dublin v Mayo
O'Sullivan keen to learn from mistakes of the past
“If there isn’t an improvement there Mayo are definitely a team that will put us away,” says Dublin’s Cian O’Sullivan.
# Dublin v Mayo
Clarke savouring semi-final challenge
The Ballina Stephenites goalkeeper knows that he will have to be at his best if Mayo are to end Dublin’s All-Ireland reign on Sunday.
# In focus
Conor Deegan's Key Duel: Alan Dillon v the Dublin defence
Ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final, TheScore.ie’s Gaelic Football analyst looks at one of the key match-up’s that could decide the meeting of Dublin and Mayo.
# Brothers in Arms
Cosgrove: 'Telepathic' Brogans will bring out the best in each other
Former Dublin star Ray Cosgrove feels that Alan Brogan’s presence will help his younger brother return to form against Mayo on Sunday.
# Match Guide
Dublin v Mayo — All-Ireland SFC semi-final match guide
The second of this year’s All-Ireland senior football semi-finals takes place on Sunday with Leinster champions Dublin squaring off against Connacht kings Mayo.
# Team news
Varley gets the nod in Mayo attack
The Garrymore man comes into the Mayo side in place of injured captain Andy Moran.
# Dubs
O'Carroll focused on football after French adventure
The Dublin full-back remains the cornerstone of his side’s defensive effort ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo.
# Former Foes
McDonald and Cosgrove recall infamous Hill 16 warm-up
The ex Mayo and Dublin forwards share their memories of what ensued before throw-in in that memorable 2006 All-Ireland semi-final.
# Mayo GAA
Ciaran McDonald: "Did I officially retire from inter county football? No."
One of Mayo’s most famed footballers has finally spoken at length on the game he starred in.
# Dublin v Mayo
Mayo sticking to Horan's simple principles
Mayo manager James Horan on losing Andy Moran, Conor Mortimer (again), and the principles that his side take into Sunday’s semi-final against Dublin.
# Coming Up
Here's what's on TV3's The GAA Show this week
Michael Dara MacAuley and Seamus O’Shea both have their say as the countdown to Sunday’s second football semi-final continues.
# All-Ireland SFC
Moran keen to make up for lost time
The Mayo midfielder has had to battle back from injury but is “raring to go” ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
# Fighting Fit
'The quarter-final came too soon but the body is feeling good again' - Seamus O'Shea
The Mayo midfielder says he is ready to go if called upon for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final with Dublin.
# Dublin v Mayo
MacAuley: Ghosts of Castlebar still haunt Dublin
“We have to set that wrong right this weekend,” says Michael Dara MacAuley on Dublin’s league drubbing by Mayo last March.
# Capital Talk
Work ethic has taken Dublin this far, says Gilroy
Dublin haven’t caught fire but there are still a lot of positives to be taken from the summer so far, says manager Pat Gilroy.
# Dublin v Mayo
Gilroy 'fairly confident' on Brogan fitness
Dublin have been given a big boost ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final with the news that Alan Brogan should be fit to start v Mayo.
# column
Murph’s Sideline Cut: "Tomás Ó Sé said last week that you can’t train yourself for a match against Donegal – you have to experience it."
The composure, athleticism and hunger of the Donegal players proved critical in seeing off Cork yesterday, writes Ciaran Murphy.
# Kingdom
Kerry beat Mayo to win All-Ireland JFC title
The Kingdom were on top throughout the game and won by 0-19 to 1-7, with Conor Cox top-scoring with seven points.
# Dubs
Bernard Brogan: "My mindset now is a lot stronger than it would have been a few years ago."
The Dublin attacker is more focused on succeeding with his team than achieving personal glories.
# Opinion
The August Allstar football awards go to…
Let the debate begin. Here are the frontrunners for the 2012 Allstar football awards ahead of the start of the All-Ireland semi-final action this weekend.
# Underage
Meath announce team for minor showdown with Mayo
The Royals have made one change for next Sunday’s All-Ireland minor football semi-final against Mayo in Croke Park.
# Ladies GAA
Ladies SFC: Staunton sublime as Mayo wallop Tyrone
Arguably the greatest player that the ladies game has ever seen, Cora Staunton scored an incredible 3-11 in St Brendan’s Park yesterday.
# column
Wednesday Watch: The future for Kerry and the absence of Andy Moran
There is enough uncertainty at the moment over the future for the Kerry players and management to suggest anxious times lie ahead.
# Opinion
Gaelic Football: 5 Things That We Now Know
Over a huge weekend on action, lessons were learned in time-keeping, the gaps developing between different counties and the potential destination of this year’s All-Ireland senior football crown.
# Best XV
And the team of the week awards go to...
It was a busy weekend of Gaelic Football action and Ewan MacKenna has selected his leading fifteen from the Croke Park ties.
# column
Murph's Sideline Cut: "Cork steamrollered their way to the list of favourites for the All-Ireland."
Ciaran Murphy re-evaluated his list of Sam Maguire favorites in the wake of Cork’s victory over the Lilywhites.
# Post-Match Debate
Talking Points: Mayo v Down and Dublin v Laois, All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals
There was plenty areas of debate to emerge from yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final double bill in Croke Park. Here’s what Ewan MacKenna thought.
# All-Ireland SFC
Mayo cruise to comfortable quarter-final success against Down
Mayo became the first county to be assured of a place at the semi-final stage of the 2012 All-Ireland SFC after they emerged from their quarter-final clash this afternoon against Down.
AS IT HAPPENED
Mayo v Down, All-Ireland SFC quarter-final
Would it be James Horan or James McCartan who guided the first team into the semi-finals of this year’s All-Ireland senior football championship? We were in Croke Park for all the action.
AS IT HAPPENED
All-Ireland MFC quarter-final, Tipperary v Mayo
The first of this year’s All-Ireland minor football quarter-finals took place today in Croke Park. We were live with all the action as Tipperary and Mayo squared off.
# Previews
All-Ireland minor football quarter-final match guides
The contenders for this year’s All-Ireland minor football title will be whittled down to four this weekend.
# Preview
Mayo v Down - All-Ireland SFC quarter-final match guide
Mayo are the Connacht champions, Down are smarting from an Ulster final defeat and they will both be bidding to become the first side to book a place in this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals when they clash tomorrow afternoon.
# Team Guide
Race For Sam: And then there were eight…
The aspirations of the remaining sides competing in the All-Ireland senior football championship are assessed.
# Team news
Mayo announce unchanged side for Down clash
James Horan has resisted the temptation to bring star midfielder Aidan O’Shea into his line-up for Saturday’s game in Croke Park.
# Pairings
All-Ireland senior football quarter-final draw
The draw has been made for the last eight of this year’s All-Ireland senior football championship
# Opinion
Gaelic football: 5 things we now know
Ewan MacKenna on the lessons learned from this weekend’s action.
# column
Murph’s Sideline Cut: Mayo and nuns on Midwest Radio
Work commitments at the Connacht final brought Ciaran Murphy back home for the weekend.