Mayo SFC: Castlebar and Ballintubber into last four
Holders Castlebar Mitchels and Ballintubber booked their places in the Mayo SFC semi-finals yesterday evening.
"It shows there is a big wide gulf between grassroots and Croke Park"
A Mayo GAA club has claimed they were 'spoken to like dummies from the west of Ireland' by officials in Croke Park over a charity fundraiser insurance row.
Junior B meets Intermediate in the Div 4 Final.
The second of the All County A League finals takes place this Saturday with Junior B side St Marys taking on Longwood from the intermediate championship in Bective.
All-Ireland Kick Fada in Bray
Bray Emmets will host the All-Ireland Kick Fada competition on Saturday, September 13th.
Moran confident right decision will be made
Mayo captain Andy Moran is confident that the county board will choose the right person to replace James Horan.
Mayo manager Brian Finn was thrilled to see his charges lift the All-Ireland Minor 'C' title against Monaghan last weekend.
McStay's odds for Mayo job drift slightly as Connelly comes into contention
Kevin McStay is still the odds on favourite to suceed James Horan as the next Mayo football manager but former county captain Noel Connelly is attracting some support.
Mayo U16 Hurling Development Panel
The Mayo GAA U16 Hurling Development Panel travelled to Newry recently where they took part in the All-Ireland U16B Hurling Championship staged by Down GAA in St Colmans College and Pairc Esler.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final tickets
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
Moran to give it another year
Andy Moran is to make his services available to the next Mayo manager.
All-Ireland MHC 'C' final: Mayo retain crown
History repeated itself in Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim today when Mayo defeated Monaghan in the All-Ireland MHC 'C' final for the second year in succession.
"McStay can get Mayo over the line"
Shane Curran believes Kevin McStay is the man to end Mayo's All-Ireland famine.
O'Shea salutes Horan
Seamus O'Shea has taken to Twitter to publicly thank James Horan for his input as Mayo senior football manager.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in Ratoath
It is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Mayo to lose another Hanley to Aussie Rules
Mayo minor captain Cian Hanley is poised to join his brother Pearce at Aussie Rules club Brisbane Lions.
McStay "very anxious" to participate in Mayo management process
Kevin McStay has reiterated his interest in the vacant Mayo senior football manager's position.
Football rankings: a brave new world
For eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Meath take exception to criticism of referee Reilly
At Monday night's County Committee meeting Meath PRO Martin O'Halloran hit out against critical comments about Meath referee Cormac Reilly by Kevin McStay on the Sunday Game RTE programme.
HS football team of the week
There was plenty of heated debate in the office this morning over our football team of the week selection and the omission of Donegal captain Michael Murphy was one of many talking points.
Football top scorers: the race looks run
Barring a replayed All-Ireland final or Kerry's James O'Donoghue helping himself to 16-points against Donegal, Mayo's Cillian O'Connor looks nailed on to end up as the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Willie Joe: Mayo need time to regroup
Mayo legend Willie Joe Padden believes it could be a few years before the Westerners are competing for All-Ireland titles again following Saturday's shattering replay loss to Kerry.
Pitch invasion was a once-off, says Mayo fan
The Mayo fan who invaded the pitch during Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay has vowed never to do it again.
Next Mayo and Galway managers
The west is awake in the search for new managers for all Intercounty three teams in Galway and Mayo.
Championship tweets: life is good for Karl Lacey
Here's a round-up of the best GAA tweets from an action-packed weekend ...
McStay waiting on a phone call
Kevin McStay is expecting, at the very least, to get a courtesy phone call to discuss the Mayo senior football manager vacancy.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
Where do you start when it comes to looking back on that remarkable weekend of gaelic football? Here's what the main protagonists from the two All-Ireland SFC semi-finals had to say ...
Joe and Marty get a soaking
Croke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitter
Many current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
Who'll replace James Horan?
Speculation has already begun over who will succeed James Horan as Mayo manager.
Reaction: awe and wonder at stunning semi-final replay
It was enthralling, nail-biting, titanic and most of all a wonderful example of the fantastic sport that is gaelic football. The reaction to the Kerry v Mayo thriller on twitter was one of pure joy.
SF semi-final replay: Kingdom find that bit extra to see off brave Mayo
Kerry booked their place in this year's All-Ireland SFC final when edging an epic extra-time encounter against Mayo in the Gaelic Grounds this evening.
Horan quits Mayo
Mayo's disappointment at losing today's nail-biting All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay has been compounded by the news that James Horan has stepped down as senior football manager.
Twitter reaction to Mayo pitch invader
Trouble flared at the end of the this evening's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay in the Gaelic Grounds and one Mayo supporter had to be escorted off the field of play. Here's some of the best reaction on Twitter ...
Desire the key for Fitzmaurice
Eamonn Fitzmaurice said desire was a key ingredient in Kerry's winning formula today.
O'Donoghue: "there's only one thing in Kerry and that's the All-Ireland"
Today's semi-final replay win over Mayo will mean nothing if Kerry don't finish off the job in the All-Ireland SFC final according to attacking ace James O'Donoghue.