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Connacht U20 Football Result – Mayo win 7-6 on penalties against Galway

All-Ireland champions Galway once again played Mayo in the U20 Connacht championship, it went to penalties again, but this time Mayo came up out on top 7-6.

  • 1′

    (G) Nathan Granger – Scores – Galway 1-0 Mayo (M) Jack Mahon – Scores – Galway 1-1 Mayo (G) Tony Gill – Scores – Galway 2-1 Mayo (M) Dempsey – Scores – Galway 2-2 Mayo (G) Tomo Culhane – Scores – Galway 3-2 Mayo (M) Conall Dempsey – Scores – Galway 3-3 Mayo (G) Warren Seoige – Saved – Galway 3-3 Mayo (M) Paddy Heenan – Saved – Galway 3-3 Mayo (G) McLoughlan – Scores – Galway 4-3 Mayo (M) McHale – Scores – Galway 4-4 Mayo (G) Granger – Scores – Galway 5-4 Mayo (M) Jack Mahon – Scores – Galway 5-5 Mayo (G) Tomo Culhane – Scores – Galway 6-5 Mayo (M) Conall Dempsey – Scores – Galway 6-6 Mayo (G) Tony Gill – Saved – Galway 6-6 Mayo (M) Conor Flynn – Scores – Galway 6-7 Mayo

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    Nathan Granger – Scores – Galway 1-0 Mayo

  • 24′

    Penalties to come

  • 20′

    Two minutes injury time for a start of penalties if there is no score

  • 19′

    Mayo black card – Conor Reid

  • 14′

    Dempsey hits a horrible 45\’, drops shot and Mayo get a free. It\’s all level

  • 12′

    Wides up to a massive 28

  • 10′

    Galway lead 1-08 to 0-10 at half time of extra time

  • 10′

    Dempsey has a horror free kick that goes miles wide

  • 7′

    Galway down to 14 after a black card

  • 9′

    Dempsey gets Mayo within a point

  • 3′

    Dempsey with a nice free for Mayo

  • 2′

    Granger makes no mistakes as he slots a very soft penalty

  • 1′

    Penalty for Galway, Tomo Culhane is pulled back.

  • 1′

    Extra time gets underway at 8:36 pm

  • 67′

    Into 20min of extra time, should be starting around 8:35pm

  • 65′

    Poor wide by Conor Reid, three great chances missed by Mayo to win the match

  • 64′

    How did Frank Irwin not score, he could have had a mark but played on and failed to score

  • 63′

    Jack Mahon gets a mark but kicks it miles wide

  • 62′

    Deep into injury time, looks like we will be going to extra time

  • 59′

    Its level as Galway sub kicks a nice point

  • 57′

    Connell Dempsey kicks Mayo ahead

  • 56′

    Paddy Henaghan responds and its level once again, exciting few minutes left

  • 55′

    Tomo Culhane edges Galway ahead with five minutes to play

  • 53′

    All level at the second water break, its Galway 0-06 Mayo 0-06

  • 51′

    All level with ten minutes to play

  • 44′

    Culhane levels it up, its 6pts each

  • 41′

    Dempsey point

  • 35′

    Ryan Monaghan with a lovely score

  • 33′

    Frank Irwin free levels it up, Galway 0-03 Mayo 0-03

  • 30′

    Ten wides in the first half with only five scores. Awful shooting – Galway 0-03 Mayo 0-02 #gaa

  • 30′

    Matt Cooley with a score before the break – It’s a very poor first half with only five points scored, Galway 0-03 Mayo 0-02

  • 29′

    Tomo Culhane kicks a wide

  • 23′

    Frank Irwin free levels it up, its a pretty dire game

  • 17′

    Galway 0-02 Mayo 0-01 at the waterbreak

  • 11′

    Tomo Culhane with a nice free, Galway lead 0-02 to 0-01

  • 7′

    Ultan O Reilly levels it up after 7min

  • 3′

    Conall Gallagher opens the scoring


Preview –

Below is all the information that you need to know for the U20 Connacht semi-final clash between Galway and Mayo this evening


The game will throw-in at 19:00 tonight in the Tuam Stadium in Galway. Referee John Gilmartin will take charge of the match.

This will be the first competitive match for both sides this year. They last faced each other in the first round of the 2020 u20 Connacht championship.

On that day, the game was decided by Galway winning the penalty shootout 3-2. The Tribesmen continued to dominate the championship, thrashing Leitrim and Roscommon in Connacht before beating Dublin in the All-Ireland final.

These two sides have controlled Connacht Gaelic football at underage and senior level for the last decade. This has led to a big rivalry forming between the neighboring counties.

Predicted Starting 15




Galway, as All-Ireland champions, are the favourites with odds of 2/5 to win.

The last time they faced; they went to penalties, so bookies have odds of a draw at 8/1.

Mayo are underdogs with odds of 5/2 to win.


Score Prediction

This Mayo side will be keen on revenge after last years loss. With the pedigree in their team and management, it looks like they will overcome the reigning champions this time.

This will be a close, entertaining affair with Mayo claiming victory by only a point or two, it will go down to the wire.

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