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McStay and Connelly top list of Mayo contenders

FOOTBALL The Mayo News understands that Kevin McStay and Noel Connelly have both been spoken to by Mayo GAA officers.

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Quickfire questions with Ballyhaunis GAA star

FOOTBALL Ballyhaunis player Kevin Byrne, AKA ‘The Ginger Balotelli’, would love to invite his idol to a dinner party.

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The best Mayo team of all time?

FOOTBALL Ciarán O’Hara believes James Horan has fashioned the greatest Mayo team of all time. Here he explains why.

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Ballina sisters make their mark

RUGBY Mairéad and Kayleigh Hopkins from Ballina played for Ireland at the FIRA Under-18s Sevens Championships.

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Connelly in the running for Mayo job?

FOOTBALL The odds on Noel Connelly becoming the next Mayo senior football manager tumbled over the weekend.

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All welcome to apply for Mayo job

FOOTBALL Mayo GAA chiefs have issued an invitation to all those interested in the manager’s job to make themselves known.

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Five reasons to remember Mayo’s trip to Limerick

FOOTBALL From a one-man pitch invasion to a kitchen interview, Mayo’s replay with Kerry was certainly different.

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Legends tog out one more time in Knockmore

FOOTBALL St Joseph’s Park, Knockmore will host a charity game on Saturday, September 13 with all proceeds to Hope House.

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Westport United book their final ticket

SOCCER Westport Utd can look forward to the Connacht Gold Cup Final against Ballyheane after beating Castlebar Celtic.

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The search begins for next Mayo manager

FOOTBALL County Board chairman Paddy McNicholas would like a new Mayo manager in place in ‘a month to six weeks’.

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Mayo run out of road in Limerick

FOOTBALL It was an unfamiliar journey, but  the destination for Mayo turned out to be one we know only too well.

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Time to reflect on a special journey for Mayo

FOOTBALL As James Horan exited through one door, his players left through another and onto the team bus.

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Wanted: new ‘head chef’ for Mayo GAA

FOOTBALL We didn’t expect that James Horan’s last interview as Mayo manager would take place in a kitchen in Limerick.

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FOOTBALL John O’Mahony was the first manager in Ireland to avail of a sports psychologist back in 1989.

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