Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Football

Mayo player ratings — All-Ireland final

Shane Stapleton rates the Mayo players out of ten after their All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin at Croke Park

Shane Stapleton rates the Mayo players out of ten after their All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin.

Shane Stapleton rates the Mayo players out of ten after their All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin at Croke Park.

Mayo
David Clarke — 7
Mayo retained 18 of their 22 kickouts, though a few went awry in the second half. Clarke could do nothing about either goal.

Chris Barrett — 8
Marhsalled Dean Rock well.

Oisin Mullin — 7
Mullin will take plenty of positives from this game. Won three kickouts in the first half and knocked over a point.

Lee Keegan — 8
When Mayo were lacking penetration in the first half, Keegan took it upon himself to get involved and ran through Dublin a few times. The huge hit from Michael FItzsimons may have taken a toll, but Keegan played well overall.

Paddy Durcan — 6
Was stationed close to his own goal in the first half and had to be withdrawn at half time. A fully-fit Durcan in flying form would have been a huge addition to Mayo.

Stephen Coen — 5
Didn’t make a huge impact on the game and struggled when full-back on Ciaran Kilkenny in the second half.

Eoghan McLaughlin — 5
Didn’t make a big impact.

Conor Loftus — 6
Fisted over a nice point and did some decent things, but rather subdued.

Matthew Ruane — 7
Showed good drive and appetite for work.

Kevin McLoughlin — 7
Hit some lovely kick passes in the first half that allowed Cillian O’Connor to claim marks. Quieter after the break.

Ryan O’Donoghue — 6
Scored two good points but was turned over a couple of times.

Diarmuid O’Connor — 7
A workhorse performance.

Tommy Conroy — 5
Taken off in the second half after failing to spark.

Aidan O’Shea — 5
Very quiet day at the office overall, but did win some converted frees.

Cillian O’Connor — 7
Hit two from play, converted a couple of marks, and worked hard.

Subs
Michael Plunkett for Durcan (ht) — 6
Came in and played his part.

James Carr for Conroy (50) — 5
Didn’t happen for the Ardagh man.

Darren Coen for O’Donoghue (58) — 5
Had a couple of poor attempts but did raise one white flag.

J Flynn for Loftus (62) — 5

J Durcan for McLaughlin (71) — NR

🎁 For the perfect gift, why not check out Cul Sticks: https://etsy.me/2WqGHne

📮 Sign up to the OurGame newsletter — a daily email reminder of our latest videos, articles, quizzes and more.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the OurGame YouTube page for live streams and more.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Football

Tipperary star forward Michael Quinlivan talks about Mayo — who he played against in last year’s All-Ireland semi-final — and the Kerry brigade that...

Football

Shane Stapleton is joined by Tipperary football star Michael Quinlivan and Longford dynamo Mickey Quinn to talk about the Connacht SFC and Munster SFC...

Football

Former Leitrim star Emlyn Mulligan looks ahead to the Connacht SFC semi-final with Mayo, and all the other big football stories

Football

The Belmullet star spoke with Shane Stapleton about how he developed as an all-rounder, and why he is still targeting All-Ireland glory with Mayo...