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The Roscommon revolution is in full swing with Kevin McStay leading the way - The Irish Sun;

The Roscommon revolution is in full swing with Kevin McStay leading the way - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunThe Roscommon revolution is in full swing with Kevin McStay leading the wayThe Irish SunKevin McStay is leading the charge and has stood firm as leader despite some turbulent times. Kevin McStay is leading the Roscommon revolution. 3. Kevin McStay is leading the Roscommon revolution. They promised so much in the league last year as they ...and more »

It's far too early to talk of Roscommon as one of Gaelic Football's top teams - The Irish Sun;

It's far too early to talk of Roscommon as one of Gaelic Football's top teams - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunIt's far too early to talk of Roscommon as one of Gaelic Football's top teamsThe Irish SunThey have some very fine footballers right now and despite the shenanigans of the winter they also have a steady hand at the wheel in the form of Kevin McStay. It's far too early for talk of a Roscommon revolution. 3. It's far too early for talk of a ...and more »

Croke Park braced for bumper attendance over holiday weekend - Irish Times;

Croke Park braced for bumper attendance over holiday weekend - Irish Times

Irish TimesCroke Park braced for bumper attendance over holiday weekendIrish TimesReduced ticket prices for next Monday's All-Ireland football quarter-final replay between Mayo and Roscommon could help push the combined Bank Holiday weekend attendance at GAA headquarters towards the bumper 200,000 mark. Confirmation that the ...and more »

Paul Curran: Mayo won't win anything until they sort out attack - Independent.ie;

Paul Curran: Mayo won't win anything until they sort out attack - Independent.ie

Independent.iePaul Curran: Mayo won't win anything until they sort out attackIndependent.ieKerry must wait to see who they will face in this year's All-Ireland semi-final after Roscommon and Mayo couldn't be separated after a very interesting game which was high on effort and commitment but distinctly low on quality. It was a game that both ...and more »

"My friends support Mayo" - Syrian refugees visit Croke Park - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Newstalk 106-108 fm"My friends support Mayo" - Syrian refugees visit Croke ParkNewstalk 106-108 fmKerry, Galway, Mayo and Roscommon did battle in Croke Park on Sunday in the first two of this year's All Ireland football quarter finals. Fans from all four counties made the trip to Croke Park, but there was a very special set of fans in the crowd: a ...and more »

Smith leveller is money in the bank - The Irish World Newspaper;

Smith leveller is money in the bank - The Irish World Newspaper

The Irish World NewspaperSmith leveller is money in the bankThe Irish World Newspaperroscommon mayo quarter final draw replay 30 July 2017; Fintan Cregg of Roscommon and Andy Moran of Mayo following the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Mayo and Roscommon at Croke Park in Dublin.and more »

Roscommon and Mayo replay live on RTÉ - RTE.ie;

Roscommon and Mayo replay live on RTÉ - RTE.ie

RTE.ieRoscommon and Mayo replay live on RTÉRTE.ieThe All-Ireland quarter-final final replay between Roscommon and Mayo has been confirmed for 2pm on Monday 7 August in Croke Park, and will be live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Radio 1. Michael Lyster will be joined by Colm O'Rourke, Pat Spillane and Joe Brolly ...and more »

Colm Keys: Mayo can't fight their fatigue off indefinitely - Independent.ie;

Colm Keys: Mayo can't fight their fatigue off indefinitely - Independent.ie

Independent.ieColm Keys: Mayo can't fight their fatigue off indefinitelyIndependent.ieWhen Tyrone were crowned champions for the second time in three years in 2005 they played 10 games to reach the summit. They met their great Ulster rivals Armagh three times that summer and Dublin twice before eventually outgunning Kerry. Was there ...and more »

Eamonn Sweeney: How far would Mayo go with Kevin McStay's belief driving them? - Independent.ie;

Eamonn Sweeney: How far would Mayo go with Kevin McStay's belief driving them? - Independent.ie

Independent.ieEamonn Sweeney: How far would Mayo go with Kevin McStay's belief driving them?Independent.ieRoscommon manager Kevin McStay during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final 1 Roscommon manager Kevin McStay during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Mayo and ...and more »

Mayo's narrow attack, Lee Keegan v Enda Smith duel and a case for the numbers in scoring - The42;

Mayo's narrow attack, Lee Keegan v Enda Smith duel and a case for the numbers in scoring - The42

The42Mayo's narrow attack, Lee Keegan v Enda Smith duel and a case for the numbers in scoringThe42IN THEIR SIX matches so far this season, Mayo have managed to win only two in normal time. They show all the signs of a team that have given everything and are just about hanging on by their fingertips. All the heart and endeavour this team has shown ...and more »

Kevin McStay is bang on about Croke Park pitch - SportsJOE.ie;

Kevin McStay is bang on about Croke Park pitch - SportsJOE.ie

SportsJOE.ieKevin McStay is bang on about Croke Park pitchSportsJOE.ieThere were seasons at stake. Careers could've played out their swansongs under the terraces of headquarters there and then. And they all could've been decided by a slip. Or a fumble. Or a skid. Or a slip. The rain didn't help matters on Saturday and ...and more »

RTE pundit slams section of Roscommon fans who abused Andy Moran at Croke Park - Independent.ie;

RTE pundit slams section of Roscommon fans who abused Andy Moran at Croke Park - Independent.ie

Independent.ieRTE pundit slams section of Roscommon fans who abused Andy Moran at Croke ParkIndependent.ieRTE commentator Martin Carney has criticised a section of the Roscommon supporters that targeted Andy Moran during yesterday's drawn All-Ireland final against Mayo. There were audible boos and jeers every time the corner-forward was in possession.and more »

Martin Carney Slams The Booing Of Andy Moran By Roscommon Fans - Balls.ie;

Martin Carney Slams The Booing Of Andy Moran By Roscommon Fans - Balls.ie

Balls.ieMartin Carney Slams The Booing Of Andy Moran By Roscommon FansBalls.ieMayo and Roscommon served up arguably the best Croke Park atmosphere of the Championship so far in their exhaustive, helter-skelter draw in yesterday's All-Ireland quarter-final. The crowd noise tumbled between ferocious, frenetic and frayed as the two ...and more »

GAA weekend that was: Mayo's gruelling summer marathon - Irish Times;

GAA weekend that was: Mayo's gruelling summer marathon - Irish Times

Irish TimesGAA weekend that was: Mayo's gruelling summer marathonIrish TimesAnyone who knows anything about marathon running will tell you it's not the distance that kills, it's the pace. As championship runs go, Mayo are fast entering marathon territory and the only question now is whether or not they can handle the pace.and more »

Roscommon and Mayo to play their All-Ireland quarter-final replay on Bank Holiday Monday - Irish Mirror;

Roscommon and Mayo to play their All-Ireland quarter-final replay on Bank Holiday Monday - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorRoscommon and Mayo to play their All-Ireland quarter-final replay on Bank Holiday MondayIrish MirrorRoscommon and Mayo will lock horns again at Croke Park on Monday 7 August for their All-Ireland quarter-final final replay. The details for the match set for Bank Holiday Monday were announced today by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee ...and more »

Roscommon/Mayo Replay Fixed for 2pm Monday & Reports - Neymar On Verge of Transfer to PSG - Kfm Radio;

Roscommon/Mayo Replay Fixed for 2pm Monday & Reports - Neymar On Verge of Transfer to PSG - Kfm Radio

Kfm RadioRoscommon/Mayo Replay Fixed for 2pm Monday & Reports - Neymar On Verge of Transfer to PSGKfm RadioRoscommon selector Liam McHale says they'll stick to their aggressive game-plan for next Monday's All-Ireland Football Quarter-Final Replay against Mayo at Croke Park. The game has been fixed for 2pm. Kerry await the winners in the semi-finals on ...and more »

Throw-in time confirmed for Mayo V Roscommon quarter-final replay - The Irish Sun;

Throw-in time confirmed for Mayo V Roscommon quarter-final replay - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunThrow-in time confirmed for Mayo V Roscommon quarter-final replayThe Irish SunThe replay of last Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final will take place on bank holiday Monday in Croke Park. Roscomman's Fintan Cregg gets into a tangle with Colm Boyle. Sportsfile. 1. Roscomman's Fintan Cregg gets into a tangle with Colm Boyle. A 2 ...and more »

Time confirmed for Mayo and Roscommon's Bank Holiday Monday replay - Independent.ie;

Time confirmed for Mayo and Roscommon's Bank Holiday Monday replay - Independent.ie

Independent.ieTime confirmed for Mayo and Roscommon's Bank Holiday Monday replayIndependent.ie30 July 2017; Fintan Cregg of Roscommon and Andy Moran of Mayo following the GAA 1 30 July 2017; Fintan Cregg of Roscommon and Andy Moran of Mayo following the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Mayo ...and more »

Throw-in time for Mayo and Roscommon replay confirmed by Croke Park - The42;

Throw-in time for Mayo and Roscommon replay confirmed by Croke Park - The42

The42Throw-in time for Mayo and Roscommon replay confirmed by Croke ParkThe42MAYO AND ROSCOMMON will face off again at 2pm on Monday, the GAA have confirmed. The sides drew their All-Ireland quarter-final clash at GAA HQ yesterday on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-12. It was confirmed shortly after the final whistle that Croke Park ...and more »

McConville: Mayo will be 'embarrassed' by performance - RTE.ie;

McConville: Mayo will be 'embarrassed' by performance - RTE.ie

RTE.ieMcConville: Mayo will be 'embarrassed' by performanceRTE.ie"I think that Mayo will win the replay for the simple reason that I think they will be slightly embarrassed by their performance, McConville told RTÉ Sport GAA Podcast. "There was so little quality compared to what we are used to. We have only seen ...and more »