Keith Mulchrone

Quickfire Questions With Keith Mulchrone

Keith Mulchrone sat down with the Mayo News to dish the dirt on some of his team-mates before this year’s county final.
 Name: Keith Mulchrone
Age: 23
Nickname: Ceiteachboiii/Buff
Occupation: Aurivo Connacht Gold
Pre-match meal?
Anything at all. Depending on time of the game it could range from a full on dinner to a rasher sandwich en-route in the car with a cup of tea half drank and half spilt. Read more

Hennelly: We need to change this ‘shoe up the hole’ attitude

Rob Hennelly has hit out at Colm O’Rourke, labelling his recent comments on player welfare ‘old-fashioned’.
Ex-Meath star O’Rourke called much of the GPA’s work ‘bulls***’, saying there was a lot of ‘bluff and bluster’ from the player body.
His opinions were met with support in some quarters and criticism in others — especially when talking about players facing issues such as gambling or mental health problems. Read more

Seamus O’Shea: It Would Be Hard to Walk Away

Seamus O’Shea took himself away on the weekend of the All-Ireland final last year and watched impassively as Kerry lifted Sam Maguire.
Back then, the wounds from the defeat to the Kingdom in Limerick were still fresh and James Horan’s resignation had compounded things.
Cillian O’Connor described the defeat as more galling than even the All-Ireland finals of the previous two years. Rob Hennelly said the end of Horan’s reign felt like his “parents breaking up.” Read more

Aidan O’Shea: Mayo must make it count when ahead

Mayo’s failure to land the All-Ireland in recent years is down to their inability to make their dominance really count on the scoreboard, according to star player Aidan O’Shea.
A new year brings in a clean slate for those harbouring ambitions on lifting the Sam Maguire cup come September. Mayo, despite near misses in recent seasons, will again believe that they can bring home the big prize. Read more