Throw-in for Westmeath v Mayo in the second round of the Allianz National Football league is at the slightly later time of 2.30pm on Sunday in Cusack Park, Mullingar, and Club ’51 will be on location in the Greville Arms, Pearse St., from 11.30am.
If anyone has a bit of room and is willing to offer a lift on Sunday, drop a comment with your location and travel plans below – I’ll be leaving Dublin early myself if anyone needs a seat. No Garth Brooks this time sadly – the radio’s on strike.
Similarly, if you’re stuck for a seat or just don’t fancy the drive, and are willing to contribute a few quid towards petrol, then it’s car pooling to the rescue – get posting below. Safe travels!
Season Ticket share-swap
Mayo Club 51 will be meeting in the Sportlann from 12 o’clock on Sunday. Make sure to bring plenty of colour and flags as we will be taking loads of Mayo Club 51 fan photos before the match.
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Throw-in for Tyrone v Mayo in the second round of the Allianz National Football league is 2pm on Sunday, meaning that a relatively early start is in store for those of you hitting the road that morning.
If anyone has a bit of room and is willing to offer a lift on Sunday, drop a comment with your location and travel plans below.
Similarly, if you’re stuck for a seat or just don’t fancy the drive, and are willing to contribute a few quid towards petrol, then get posting. Safe travels!
Kildare v Mayo NFL Rd 1
Throw-in for Kildare vs. Mayo is at 2pm on Sunday in St. Conleth’s Park Newbridge, with a Club 51 gathering in the Liffey Arms from 12.30pm.
I’ll have two, possibly three free seats, leaving from Rathfarnham around 11.30.
Holler in the comments below if you need a lift. If you bring sweets, I might even lay off the Garth Brooks CDs. Maybe.
From Hoganstand 7th November 2013
St Patrick AKA John Durkan in Gaelic Park New York 10th May 2009. Photo ©Michael Maye
Mayo’s Ronan McGarrity rises with two Mayo-born New York players, Dermot Keane from Knockmore (left) and Robert Moran from Foxford.
Photo © Mayo News
Ian Galvin has been selected for the position of manager of the New York County team by their selection committee.
A Kerry native, Galvin managed Kerry to the New York senior football championship this year.
Alan Hearty (Armagh), Robert Moran (Mayo) who was captain for New York in 2009; and Michael Stones (Westmeath) have been chosen as team selectors.
Hearty and Moran have played for New York in the recent past while Stones managed the Westmeath team that contested the junior championship final this season.
Patrick Curtis from Meath has been chosen as trainer.
New York will host Mayo in the 2014 Connacht SFC next May.
Mayo News report from the match in 2009.
Mayo GAA Blogs match report from 2009