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We all hope Mayo dig out a much deserved victory tomorrow and take Sam to Castlebar for the first time in 70 years

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This here hardy buck Padraig O'Hora is an absolute animal ....didn't play for Mayo until he was 27 ....he's one of the best defenders I ever saw

If he does his thing tomorrow Mayo can't be beat

there are also reports that legendary forward Cillian O'Connor has rejoined the squad this week after a serious long term injury :love:
 

olli rehn

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The curse is alive and well.
The last man from the 1951 team is not dead yet!
Mayo will lose- and lose- and lose...
 
Poor old bugger is 94 years of age. Must be horrible having most of your home county demanding updates on your health and keeping an eye on the gah results.

He'll be the most unpopular Mayo man alive if Mayo miss this one. He'll be a much loved character by tomorrow evening if they win.
 

olli rehn

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Poor old bugger is 94 years of age. Must be horrible having most of your home county demanding updates on your health and keeping an eye on the gah results.

He'll be the most unpopular Mayo man alive if Mayo miss this one. He'll be a much loved character by tomorrow evening if they win.
I think you missed the news- Mayo lost some hours ago! There is no tomorrow for them!
 
Old Billybob is fucked then. Don't follow GAA as you can tell and this is by far the most interesting GAA story since I last checked thirty years ago, tbh.
 
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mayo absolutely blew it again yesterday.......kicked mental wides....missed a penalty......conceded a weak goal to a high ball

they were desperately in need of Cillian O'Connor

The whole thing was a fiasco and Tyrone won this fairly easily :oops:
 

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How many hours a week do some of those lads put in between training and holding down regular jobs? It certainly sounds like a tough existence, moreso as they are volunteers who do it without zero pay for their efforts.
 
How many hours a week do some of those lads put in between training and holding down regular jobs? It certainly sounds like a tough existence, moreso as they are volunteers who do it without zero pay for their efforts.

Training usually starts in early January for country panels ......club training probably begins around Easter now

Training is every second night and can last two and a half hours
 
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