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Midfield generals can lead Mayo to victory

COLUMN  Billy Joe Padden believes Mayo must be ready for another dogfight when they take on Monaghan on Sunday.

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Croke Park deal to save Mayo GAA €200k a year

FOOTBALL The Mayo GAA Board will save almost €200,000 per year after Croke Park’s ‘took over’ the MacHale Park debt.

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Eight players released from senior squad

FOOTBALL Mayo’s new joint managers have made the first hard calls of their tenure, releasing eight players.

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Were you one of the few Mayo fans in Scotstown in 1995?

FOOTBALL Former manager John Maughan recalls the day the Mayo versus Monaghan National League game was abandoned.

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Cheltenham Preview night is ready for off in Westport

RACING The Ballinrobe Racecourse Cheltenham Preview Night will be staged next Tuesday, March 3, in Hotel Westport.

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GAA must start knocking heads together on issue of concussion

FOOTBALL Our new columnist Aoife Herbert says we really need to take the issue of concussion seriously.

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Community Games spirit lives on

COMMUNITY GAMES Niall Quinn’s proudest moment was winning the All-Ireland Community Games U-12 long puck final.

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Rochford to return to Croker

FOOTBALL Corofin manager Stephen Rochford will be bidding to go where no man has gone before on St Patrick’s Day.

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Mayo footballer Vaughan rises to ‘challenge’ of defensive styles

FOOTBALL Mayo player Donal Vaughan has given an insight into what’s it like to play against ultra-defensive formations.

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Cameroon star joins Achill Rovers

SOCCER Achill Rovers may have pulled off one of the signings of the year – former Cameroon international Joseph N’Do.

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High performance on the agenda in Castlebar

SPORT A sports performance and injury seminar, the brainchild of Martin McIntyre, will be held in Castlebar on Thursday.

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Mayo learn a valuable lesson after Tyrone game

FOOTBALL Donal Vaughan says the lessons that Mayo can learn from Sunday’s defeat to Tyrone could be valuable.

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Just one of those days for Mayo

FOOTBALL Anne-Marie Flynn says we’re a proud, emotional bunch in Mayo. We take our defeats hard - we dissect and argue.

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