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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Mayo GAA

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# Save the Date
Mayo v Dublin abandoned match refixed for March 31
No throw-in time has been confirmed for the rescheduled game in McHale Park, Castlebar.
# Review
Here are tonight's Allianz League results in full
The Dublin game wasn’t the only GAA match taking place in tonight.
AS IT HAPPENED
Mayo v Dublin, National Football League
Revisit our minute-by-minute coverage of Dublin versus Mayo here.
# Team news
Round 2: Allianz National Football League previews
After last weekend’s opening set of fixtures, there are several more big ones in the NFL this evening and tomorrow afternoon.
# Preview
Throw in: looking ahead to the National Football League Division 1
After a January of warm-up tournaments, the real football action begins tonight. We look at each of the eight counties’ prospects in Division 1.
# Old Foes
Preview: Allianz National Football League opening weekend
Saturday evening marks the start of the 2012 campaign and we’ve got team news from around the country.
# mo' problems
Managers motivated by All-Ireland titles - not money, says O'Mahony
GAA county officials will now consider the issue of payments to managers at Croke Park on Saturday.
# Absent
Mayo without pair for start of National League
Defensive duo Trevor Mortimer and Tom Cunniffe are both abroad and are likely to miss the first two matches.
# Dedicated followers
It's t-shirt time: 9 athletes who got a message off their chest
Mario Balotelli asked ‘Why Always Me?’ during Sunday’s derby demolition of local rivals United. But he’s not the first to reveal a fashionable message.
# Sport Never Sleeps
Outsiders get a look-in as big guns paired off in 2012 Championship draws
The 2011 season is barely over – and the 2012 championship draws have already been done. So who did your county get?
# SFC2011
Here are our five favourite moments from the 2011 Football Championship
We reflect on some of the best memories from an unforgettable summer of Championship football.
AS IT HAPPENED
Kerry v Mayo
Stay up to date with all the action at Croker, as Kerry and Mayo do battle for a place in the All-Ireland football final.
# Fit and Ready
Mortimer boost for Mayo
James Horan has named an unchanged starting XV for Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry.
# Sick Notes
Stalling for time: Anxious Horan waits on injured stars
Mayo manager looks set to finally name his starting XV this evening.
# Pitchside
Murph's sideline cut: 'There’s no doubt the sport we watched this weekend is a different game'
Croke Park was the stage for some high drama this weekend. Our man Ciaran Murphy was front row centre once again.
# Overview
Drama at Croker as champions go crashing out
The final word on both of Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-finals, as a tired Cork surrendered their title to James Horan’s Mayo.
AS IT HAPPENED
Cork beaten after stunning second half fightback from Mayo
Cork’s reign as All-Ireland champions was ended on Sunday, after Mayo put in a brilliant second-half performance to win the quarter-final by four points.
# Reeling In The Years
Down memory lane: A potted history of Cork v Mayo
Ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final clash, we take a look back at three Championship meetings between the two counties.
# Double trouble
GAA confirm Croke Park double-header details
It’s going to be a busy bank holiday weekend in the capital.
# History Boys
Focus: the last three Connacht football finals revisited
Last minute winners, one-point victories, three different champions in three years; the western province’s final usually doesn’t disappoint.
# Sympathy for d'Rebel
Ciarán Sheehan's injury blow: the Twitter reaction
The GAA world has been digesting the news that Cork’s talented forward will miss the rest of the season.
# The West's awake
Murph's sideline cut: behind enemy lines...
This week our man ventured north to Mayo to watch his home county lose out to their provincial rivals in Castlebar. And other short stories.
# Loose talk
Logging off... Twitter no place for players' complaints, says GAA star
Social networking sites are not the place for GAA players’ complaints, according to Mayo skipper Alan Dillon.
# Backroom
How to throw away a 14-point lead and still win in four easy steps
Emmet Ryan dissects the extraordinary meeting of Dublin and Mayo at GAA HQ yesterday.
# Different Class
Five things we learned this weekend...
I forgot my homework again… but here’s some lessons to take from the last few days of sport.
# Limerick GAA
Horan appointed as Limerick manager
Former Mayo and Limerick player takes charge in the Treaty City after managing under 21s last season.
# Mayo GAA
Four left in contention for Mayo job
Tommy Lyons, John Maughan, James Horan and Anthony McGarry all still in the running.