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So, who wants another crack at Kerry?

FOOTBALL Laurence Hickey gives a Cork fan’s view ahead of the meeting with Mayo at Croke Park next Sunday.

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Two games in Croker ‘a bonus for Mayo’, Prenty insists

FOOTBALL John Prenty has dismissed criticism of the long gap between Mayo’s minor and senior quarter-finals next Sunday.

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Holleran is Swinford’s hero

SOCCER Shane Holleran emerged as the hero of the hour in the Westaro Cup final, saving two penalties and scoring one.

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Sarah and Co make their mark

SOCCER Sarah Rowe has described her time at the European U-19 finals as ‘the best two weeks of my sporting life’.

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Mayo double bill at Croker

FOOTBALL Both Mayo’s minors at seniors will be in action on the same afternoon at Croke Park next Sunday week, August 3.

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Mayo club championship gets down to serious business

FOOTBALL The draw for the Mayo Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championship quarter-finals may take place on Wednesday.

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Mayoman Walkin is still runnin’

ATHLETICS John Walkin is that rare thing – a Mayo sprinter. The athlete is targeting an individual All-Ireland medal.

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Unlucky 13 for Westport United

SOCCER Pursuit of a perfect season was ended in dramatic fashion for Westport United as S&F bagged a late equaliser.

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Connacht stars to strut their stuff around Ballinrobe

RUGBY The people of Ballinrobe are preparing to welcome the Connacht squad to the town on Tuesday for rugby and racing.

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AUDIO Football Podcast 2014 #4 Connacht Final review

Colm Keys of the Irish Independent, Edwin McGreal, Daniel Carey and Declan O’Reilly reflect on last Sunday’s Connacht final with host Rob Murphy.

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Mayo to face Cork, Sligo or Tipp’ next

FOOTBALL Mayo senior footballers will have their All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals on the August Bank Holiday weekend at Croke Park.

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Mayo make local history

FOOTBALL Regardless of the future, this group of Mayo footballers will have their names etched in Connacht GAA history.

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Demands on top Mayo players now ‘unsustainable’

FOOTBALL A Mayo GAA coach says it won’t be long until clubs only have access to county players for championship matches.

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Mayo chomping at the bit again

FOOTBALL Now the mental security of the qualifiers has been removed, Mayo are on their own. There is no second chance.

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