David Gough

  • David Gough has been confirmed as the referee for Roscommon & Mayo in Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Semi-Final.

    The Meath official had decided to opt out of Inter-county refereeing earlier this year due to the pandemic but returned in September.

    Sunday’s clash between Roscommon & Mayo takes place in Dr. Hyde Park and throws-in at 1.30pm.

    The game will be broadcast live on Midwest Radio with Michael D. McAndrew & Martin Carney on duty.

  • Meath's David Gough is set to referee the All-Ireland senior football final between Dublin and Kerry at Croke Park on Sunday September 1st.

    The announcement has yet to be confirmed by the GAA, but it would be Gough's first time to take charge of the decider.

    The potential for Slane clubman Gough to be given the final attracted criticism from the former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice and the ex-Kerry player Aidan O'Mahony, as the referee lives and works in Dublin.

    Without questioning his integrity or abilities, they felt it would be better to appoint a referee with no links to the capital.

  • David Gough from Meath has been confirmed as the referee for Saturday evening’s Connacht Semi-Final between Mayo and Roscommon. 

    The game in Elverys MacHale Park throws in at 7pm.

    The winners will advance to face Galway in the Final after the Tribesmen had a comfortable win over Sligo yesterday.

    The curtain raiser on Saturday evening is the Connacht Junior Football semi-final between Mayo and Leitrim at 4.30pm.

  • David Gough has been confirmed as the referee for the Mayo Donegal Super 8’s tie at the weekend.

    The Meath man has refereed high profile matches in the past including the 2015 All-Ireland final meeting of Kerry and Dublin.

    Throw-in at MacHale Park is confirmed for 6pm for Saturday evenings sell out Super 8 tie.

    Mayo must win to stay in the championship, while Donegal need a draw or more.

    We’ll have live commentary and coverage of the game on Midwest Radio’s Sunday Sport, kicking off at half past five.