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Is this Mayo’s best opportunity to win the All-Ireland?

Is 2023 finally the year Mayo win the All-Ireland? Enda and Steven discuss their chances in Kevin McStay’s first season

Is 2023 finally the year Mayo win the All-Ireland? Enda and Steven discuss their chances in Kevin McStay’s first season.

Mayo won their Round 1 game, beating Kerry; Louth lost to Cork.

They meet in the championship for the first time since the 1950 All-Ireland final when Mayo won by 2-5 to 1-6.

It’s the only championship game between the counties to date.

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  • Roscommon 2-8 Mayo 0-10 (Connacht quarter-final)
  • Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17 (All-Ireland Group 1)

Top scorers

  1. Ryan O’Donoghue…..0-7 (0-4 frees)
  2. Aidan O’Shea……………0-4
  3. Matthew Ruane…………0-3
  4. James Carr………………..0-3


  • Louth 2-10 Westmeath 1-11 (Leinster quarter-final)
  • Louth 0-27 Offaly 2-15 aet (Leinster semi-final)
  • Dublin 5-21 Louth 0-15 (Leinster final)
  • Cork 1-19 Louth 1-17 (All-Ireland Group 1)

Top Scorers

  1. Sam Mulroy…..1-28 (0-17 frees, 1-0 pen, 0-1 ‘45’)
  2. Ciaran Downey…0-10
  3. Liam Jackson……2-2

Mayo’s 1-19 score against Kerry in Round 1 was their joint-highest yield from their ten Allianz League and Championship games this year.

They scored 4-10 against Tyrone in the League.

Louth manager, Mickey Harte came up against Mayo four times during his time as
Tyrone boss, winning one and losing three.

The win was in the 2008 All-Ireland qualifiers, the defeats in the 2004 All-Ireland quarter-final, the 2013 semi-final and 2016 quarter-final.

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Group 1

  • May 20: Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17, Fitzgerald Stadium; May 27: Cork 1-19 Louth 1-17,
    Pairc Tailteann.
  • June 3 /4: Cork v Kerry; Mayo v Louth
  • June 17/18: Kerry v Louth; Cork v Mayo

Group 2

  • May 20: Galway 0-16 Tyrone 0-13, Pearse Stadium; May 27: Armagh 1-13
    Westmeath 1-12, Box-IT Athletic Grounds
  • June 3 /4: Tyrone v Armagh; Westmeath v Galway.
  • June 17/18: Armagh v Galway; Tyrone v Westmeath.

Group 3

  • May 21: Sligo 0-14 Kildare 0-14, Markievicz Park; May 28: Dublin 1-11 Roscommon
    0-14, Croke Park.
  • June 3 /4: Kildare v Dublin; Roscommon v Sligo.
  • June 17/18: Dublin v Sligo; Kildare v Roscommon.

Group 4

  • May 20: Donegal 0-14 Clare 0-9, Ennis; May 27: Derry 0-14 Monaghan 0-14, Celtic
  • June 3 /4: Monaghan v Clare; Donegal v Derry.
  • June 17/18: Donegal v Monaghan; Clare v Derry


  • June 24/25: Preliminary quarter-finals
  • July 1/ 2: Quarter-finals
  • July 15/16: Semi-finals
  • July 30: Final

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