1. Thousands of Mayo GAA fans belt out The Green and Red of Mayo in Times Square ahead of Connacht clash

    By Fionnuala Boyle Thousands of Mayo GAA fans belted out The Green and Red of Mayo in Times Square on Saturday night ahead of the Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship quarter-final against New York. More than 3,000 passionate football fans "answered the call" to turn the iconi
  2. New York put in 'savage effort' to be crowned champions of Connacht Hurling League for first time

    By Laura Colgan New York hurlers made a "savage effort" to win the Connacht Hurling League for the first time , co-captain Darragh Hynes said. The New York side beat Mayo 2-25 to 2-12 at the GAA Air Dome in Co Galway on Saturday. New York scored the first point of the game and domin
  3. David Coughlan: Curse or no curse, Mayo GAA fans will still dream of All-Ireland success

    By David Coughlan “America got Bin Laden, Mayo will get Sam Maguire.” John O’Malley, Chairman of Mayo County Council in 2013. Dave McKenna begins by explaining what Gaelic football is. “Think basketball, meets soccer, meets Aussie Rules football,” says McKenna. “Yep, it’s wild.” The