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Hat-trick history for Keith Higgins

FOOTBALL Keith Higgins says he was ‘surprised but delighted’ to win his third All Star, but said 2014 ‘wasn’t my best year’.

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Conor Mortimer back in the headlines

FOOTBALL Conor Mortimer is telling his story in a new book. He explains why in an interview with Mike Finnerty.

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Ten talking points from the rugby season so far

RUGBY The start of the season at home and abroad has taught us plenty. Rob Murphy explores behind the headlines.

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Five footballing pet hates

SOCCER Our columnist Paul Flynn takes aim at Fifa, money, Sky Sports, jersey-pulling … and the word ‘soccer’.

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Mayo GAA Chairman to step down

FOOTBALL  Paddy McNicholas is to step down as Mayo GAA Board Chairman at next month’s annual County Convention.

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Mayo managerial process was a ‘farce’, says Mortimer

FOOTBALL A two-time All Star has branded the Mayo managerial appointment process a ‘farce’ and ‘deeply embarrassing’.

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Ballintubber and Gibbons set their sights on Connacht

FOOTBALL “County finals aren’t enough anymore.” So said Ballintubber captain Jason Gibbons after the Mayo SFC final.

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Castlebar Mitchels ‘will be back’, says Conway

FOOTBALL Castlebar Mitchels joint-manager Shane Conway has vowed his side ‘will be back’ after the Mayo SFC final.

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Ballintubber back at number one in Mayo

FOOTBALL They may be relatively new to the business of winning Mayo SFC titles, but Ballintubber are learning fast.

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A postcard from Gelsenkirchen

SOCCER Being among the 3,000-strong Irish travelling support in Germany will live long in the memory, says Anton McNulty.

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Mayo’s marathon man

ATHLETICS Christy O’Malley from Carramore hits two milestones next week – his 50th marathon and his 1,000th race.

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Cillian O’Connor passed fit for Mayo final

FOOTBALL Star Ballintubber forward Cillian O’Connor ‘will be fine’ and fit to play in next Sunday’s Mayo SFC Final.

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Former Mayo footballer leads drive for change

FOOTBALL A Belmullet man behind a survey examines the work of Mayo GAA Board has called on people to complete it.

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Mayo GAA interview was sub-standard production

FOOTBALL The Mayo GAA interview with managers Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly posted online was a ham-fisted effort.

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