GAA Edwin McGreal outlines why everyone involved in the GAA must lead by example, and put the ‘win at all costs’ mentality to one side, to combat Covid-19
FOOTBALL The new Mayo GAA club season started last weekend with mixed news for Mayo manager James Horan
GAA A senior HSE official, who is also a member of the Mayo GAA Executive, believes that club and county games could yet go behind closed doors
GAA Peter O’Malley from The Neale is working on the frontline at Mayo’s drive-through Covid test site at MacHale Park, Castlebar
GAA Martin McIntyre explains how the events of recent months has impacted on Kilmeena GAA club
SOCCER Ger Flanagan reports on the news that Sunday’s FAI Junior Cup clash in Westport will be played in front of a small group of the players’ family and friends
SOCCER The Westport Utd star is gearing up for Sunday’s FAI Junior Cup showdown
GAA Mayo GAA chief describes Government’s decision to restrict crowds for outdoor events to 200 people ‘as a huge blow’.
GAA Dr Seán Moffatt, a member of the GAA’s Covid-19 advisory group, warns that everyone involved in the Association needs to be mindful of their behaviour, on and off the field.
CAMOGIE The chairperson of the Mayo Camogie Association has labelled the decision not to play the All-Ireland Minor championships this year as ‘a thundering disgrace’
GAA Like all small rural GAA clubs, the Gaels are trying to make the most of what they have, in terms of playing numbers and financial resources.