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January 04, 2021
Mayo GAA are currently recruiting for an U17 and U20 football manager. Clubs have until Friday Jan 8th at 6pm to submit their nominations for the U20 position and until Friday Jan 15th at 6pm to submit their nominations for the U17 position.All nominations should be sent the County secretary via email at secretary.mayo@gaa.ie

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January 04, 2021
David Clarke has today confirmed his retirement from Inter-county football after 20 years of service to Mayo GAA. He made a total of 133 appearances for the Mayo Senior team. He made his league debut in 2002 against Kildare and made the first of his 56 championship appearances three years later against Roscommon. During his 20 years in the senior squad he won eight Connacht titles, two national football leagues and two GAA/GPA All-Stars. At underage level for Mayo he won Minor Connacht titl..

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January 04, 2021
Tomás Morley has informed Mayo GAA that he is stepping down from his role as manager of the Mayo minor football team. He has held this role since October 2017. During his time in charge Mayo won a Connacht minor title in 2019 after a thrilling extra-time win over Galway. Mayo went all the way to an All-Ireland semi-final that year losing out to eventual champions Cork. Statement from Tomás Morley: It has been a privilege to hold the role of Mayo U17 football manager for the pa..

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January 03, 2021
Donal Vaughan has today confirmed that he is retiring from inter-county football. Donal made his debut for the Green above the Red versus Derry in the National football league in 2009 and amassed 117 appearances over a highly accomplished career. His 58 championship appearances began in New York in 2009 and culminated in the 2019 All-Ireland semi-final versus Dublin. Representing Mayo in the defence, midfield and the attack Donal amassed a score of 3-41 over his career, one which brought se..

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December 18, 2020
Mayo will face Dubin in tomorrow's All-Ireland final in Croke Park at 5pm.Mayo manager James Horan has named an unchanged team from the semi-final win over Tipperary last time out. This weekend will see Cillian O'Connor make his 95th Mayo appearance at senior level (35 league 59 championship). He made his championship debut against London 2011. The Mayo team named has a combined 506 championship appearances between them. The game is live on both RTE Two & Sky Sports.1. David Clarke -..

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December 18, 2020
The Mayo minor team finally get the Connacht campaign underway when they face Sligo on Sunday in the Connacht centre of Excellence at 2pm. The game will be streamed live by Connact GAA here. 1. Brian O'Flaherty - Islandeady2. Cian McHale - Parke/Keelogues/Crimlin3. Fenton Kelly - Davitts4. Malcolm MacEvilly - Westport5. Shaun Dempsey - Balla6. Ronan Hughes - The Neale7. Ciarán Boland - Ballina Stephenites8. Sam Callinan - Ballina Stephenites9. Bob Tuohy - Castlebar Mitchels10. D&..

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December 13, 2020
The Mayo GAA convention took place today Sunday December 13th online. Below is the our secretary's report, audited accounts and convention booklet for 2020. Well done to John Walker from Cill Chomain GAA club who has been elected as the new Mayo GAA PRO. Paul Cunnane (Davitts) and Johnny Hopkins (The Neale) have been elected as Mayo GAA's representatives to Connacht Council. All other officers have been re-elected unopposed/appointed for 2021.See below notes in relations to the 2020 acco..

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December 07, 2020
Draws 3, 4, 5 & 6 for the Club Development Draw 2020 were broadcast live on Mid West Radio on Saturday Dec 5th. Many thanks to Mid West for hosting the draw. This years prize fund saw €97,000 worth of prizes won across the six draws.Congratulations to all our winners in particular Paddy Duffy who won the top prize of €10,000 in Draw 6. He bought his ticket from Hollymount/Carramore GAA club.The top prize winners of €5,000 were Dermot & Breege O'Malley in Draw 3. They b..

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December 05, 2020
Mayo will contest a 9th All-Ireland semi-final in 10 years when they face Tipperary in Croke Park at 3.30pm tomorrow.Mayo claimed a first Connacht title since 2015 against Galway three weeks ago and the team named for tomorrow is unchanged from that win. Sunday will see two time All-star goalkeeper David Clarke play his 55th championship game for Mayo and 132nd appearance overall (55 championship, 77 league). He made his championship debut back in 2005 against Roscommon. The game is live on both..

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November 27, 2020
Our County teams have always represented us with pride & passion and we are now looking at honouring these with an exciting new project ‘Laochra Mhaigh Eo’. We are launching a celebration ‘Wall’ at MacHale Park which will commemorate all these past successful teams / people and achievements.Commencing with the 1936 team and working on to the 1950 & 1951 teams. We will also be looking to honour other teams who have been very successful throughout the years. These w..

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