CM – All-Ireland Graduation Diary: The Year of the Underdog and Supporting Mayo of Summer Bay



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Home and away star Ray Meagher, who plays Alf Stewart in the Australian soap, shows his true colors

Michael Verney

This year will forever be remembered as the year of the underdog, regardless , where Sam Maguire lives on Saturday night.

Mayo tries to end a 70 year famine for the success of the All-Ireland SFC, while Tyrone never reached the top of football until 2003.

Mayo has been since her last triumph (in 1989, 1996, ’97, 2004, ’06, 2012, ’13, ’16, ’17 and 2020) fell ten times at the final hurdle, while this was only the seventh time for Tyrone in space -Ireland Senior Decision Makers.

With the Offaly U-20 footballers who hit all of Ireland last month after coming out of relative darkness and Meath’s women’s footballers who finished Dublin’s Drive for Five last Sunday – after the Zwis chenkrone – 2021 really is the year the underdog bites back.

There’s seldom a lack of support for Mayo from all over the world when an All-Ireland SFC final is near, and this one Year is no different, as some of the home and away cast are the latest to jump aboard the Green-and-Jump-Red Train.

Well-known members of the longtime Australian TV soap have their colors nailed to the mast, including Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher) and Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger) among those who were recently happy to put the mayo colors on their Summer Bay set.

Thanks to Sarah McHugh for the latest in a long line of Photos (posted on The Green and Red of Mayo Facebook page) showing fanatical support for the Connacht Kings before the decision.

GAA expert analysis from the likes of Joe Brolly, John Mullane, Pat Spillane, Vincent Hogan and Tomás O Sé. Issued during the GAA championships.

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“We wish our own Tommy Conroy and the entire Mayo team the best of luck when they take on Tyrone in the All Ireland Final next Saturday at Croke Park. May the Holy Spirit always be there to steer the ball in our favor. Lord, hear us. ”

A prayer of the faithful heard at a mass in Mayo last weekend (source: Ah Ref @RefComeOn on Twitter)

3: How many times Mayo and Tyrone climb the highest mountain of the Have stepped into football. Mayo’s hat-trick of success came in an earlier generation (1936, 1950-’51) while Tyrone had to wait until 2003 to prevail, followed by victories in 2005 and ’08.




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