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Seamie O’Shea fit to play for Mayo in quarter-final

FOOTBALL Fears that Seamie O’Shea could miss Mayo’s All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park on August 8 have abated.

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‘Gunner’ Solan faces dash from Croker to Emirates

FOOTBALL Mayo Strength and Conditioning coach Barry Solan has a hectic schedule on All-Ireland SFC quarter-final weekend.

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A lot done, more to do for Mayo juniors

FOOTBALL Mayo junior manager Seán McLoughlin might have the perfect platform to prepare for an All-Ireland final.

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Ballyhaunis Town rain on Achill Rovers’ parade

SOCCER Achill Rovers’ dreams of capping off a big week for the club with another trophy were dashed by Ballyhaunis Town.

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Success should breed success for Mayo

FOOTBALL Billy Joe Padden says Mayo should wrap Aidan O’Shea in cotton wool for the next while and just feed him steak.

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Mayo in a different class

FOOTBALL Mayo won five successive Connacht SFC titles for the first time since 1910 on Sunday, and put on an exhibition.

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Mayo’s old dogs learning new tricks

FOOTBALL David Clarke and Andy Moran reflect on a day to remember as Mayo did the five-in-a-row.

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New memories made on a special day for Mayo

FOOTBALL It’s probably the most one-sided match we’ve ever attended, but it will live forever in the memory now.

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When Colm McManamon hit Kilkenny for six

FOOTBALL Mayo-Kilkenny matches are rare, but Daniel Carey examines two meetings from the 1990s.

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Two Mayo men on Conor McGregor

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS Two Mayo men, Ray Moylette and Eamon Shaughnessy, were among the huge UFC 189 crowd in Las Vegas.

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Padden looking for Mayo ‘improvement’

FOOTBALL Speaking on our Mayo News Connacht Final podcast, columnist Billy Joe Padden says Mayo need to improve in key areas against Sligo on Sunday.

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Mayo’s only focus is Sligo

FOOTBALL Mayo joint manager Noel Connelly says his team are ‘under no illusions’ about the threat posed by Sligo.

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Midfield dominance could be key for Mayo

FOOTBALL Mayo will not remember next Sunday’s Connacht final unless they lose, says our columnist Billy Joe Padden

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Remember the Mayo team of 1967

FOOTBALL The year was 1967. Twelve seasons had gone by for Mayo without a conquest. Hope was wearing thin.

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