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No Mayo injuries ahead of Kerry rematch

FOOTBALL The Mayo senior football squad returned home from Dublin on Monday to begin the countdown to Saturday’s replay.

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14-man Mayo come back from the brink

FOOTBALL Sunday’s Mayo-Kerry game was a blur of perpetual emotion. And, when it was all over, Mayo were still standing.

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James Horan’s ‘exhilarating’ high-wire act goes on

FOOTBALL James Horan said he ‘couldn’t be any prouder’ of the display Mayo served up in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

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Mayo minors go down fighting

FOOTBALL If ever there was defeat with honour, the way Mayo minors relinquished their All-Ireland crown was a case in point.

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Man City still the team to beat in England

SOCCER The English Premier League still fascinates. But is it the best in the world? Paul Flynn tells a few home truths.

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‘Off The Ball’ crew head for Westport

SPORT The ‘Off The Ball’ crew at Newstalk came to Westport for a live outside broadcast, and Rob Murphy went along.

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Mayo lads all fit and raring to go

FOOTBALL Mayo manager James Horan has a full hand to pick from for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Kerry.

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A game of two halves for Mayo’s Keegan

FOOTBALL Mayo’s Lee Keegan enjoys life in defence and attack. He talks getting forward and man-marking with Daniel Carey.

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The Kingdom come yet again for Mayo

FOOTBALL Kerry are a lasting nuisance for Mayo, but Willie McHugh says we’ve even nurtured a fondness for Pat Spillane.

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Four Mayo minors to watch

FOOTBALL Like good wine, the Mayo minor team has been improving with age. Austin Garvin profiles four of them.

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Bracken to make his mark in Castlebar

RUGBY The Ireland women’s rugby team forwards coach is the new Castlebar head coach, Tullamore native Peter Bracken.

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Westport’s joy of six

SOCCER David Hoban scored four goals as Westport United saw off local rivals Fahy Rovers 6-1 on Saturday evening.

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Mayo manager Horan denies quit rumours

FOOTBALL Mayo boss James Horan has denied he threatened to resign if Intermediate Championship games weren’t postponed.

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