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James Horan left with much to ponder

FOOTBALL “We need to have a look at everything,” the Mayo manager admitted after Sunday’s NFL semi-final defeat to Derry.

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Mayo’s flat effort comes up short

FOOTBALL There was no escaping the sense of disappointment among Mayo players as they trooped down the tunnel on Sunday.

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Sarah Rowe set for trip to Norway

SOCCER We hear from the young Ballina woman whose goal sent the Republic of Ireland U-19s into the European finals.

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Westport United strike back

SOCCER Two goals from David Hoban saw Westport United get off to a winning start in this season’s Super League last Sunday.

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Westport RFC into another final

RUGBY Westport and Connemara booked their places in the Cawley Cup final with battling away performances.

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Mayo League turns 60

SOCCER As the Mayo League celebrates its 60th anniversary, our eight-page supplement marks the start of the new season.

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VIDEO Castlebar Celtic slay the old enemy

VIDEO Reporter Neill O’Neill and cameraman Michael McLaughlin tell the story of how Castlebar Celtic beat Westport United.

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Room to improve for Mayo

FOOTBALL “It was a win anyway but I wouldn’t be too happy with the performance,” said Mayo’s Donie Vaughan.

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Mayo get the right result

FOOTBALL Two teams with very different objectives crossed paths at MacHale Park, Castlebar on Sunday.

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Mayo fans show their support

FOOTBALL Anne-Marie Flynn of Club ‘51 was among the crowd in Castlebar on Sunday. Willie McHugh met her.

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Still no sign of lost teeth

FOOTBALL Our story about ‘lost teeth’ went viral last week. Now we reveal the identity of the man who’s missing them.

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Gentle giant to help Mayo win Sam

FOOTBALL The odds on Mayo winning Sam are set to be slashed dramatically after the discovery of a ‘marquee forward’.

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Win over Derry will give Mayo semi-final spot

FOOTBALL All roads will lead to MacHale Park, Castlebar next Sunday (3pm) as Mayo face Derry in a ‘must-win’ game.

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FOOTBALL We are not so much on the periphery of an All-Ireland as on the brink of a chasm ... and struggling to hold on.

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