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Prenty fully behind New York fixture

FOOTBALL  Connacht GAA Council Secretary John Prenty believes the cost of sending Mayo to play New York next month is money well spent.

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Ballinrobe Racecourse right on track

RACING VIDEO  Ballinrobe Races Chairman John Staunton reflects on 25 years at the helm of Mayo's only racecourse ahead of the start of a new season.

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Tommy Eibrand: a life less ordinary

TRIBUTE  Former Mayo News photographer, Tommy Eibrand, passed away last week. Mike Finnerty pays tribute.

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ATHLETICS Caoimhe King’s career takes off

ATHLETICS  Aughagower AC triple jumper Caoimhe King has been winning rave reviews recently.

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Countdown on to Westportif challenge

CYCLING  There are now three months to go until the Westportif cycling challenge gets underway around the picturesque West Mayo countryside.

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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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Ballinrobe Racecourse right on track

RACING VIDEO  Ballinrobe Races Chairman John Staunton reflects on 25 years at the helm of Mayo's only racecourse ahead of the start of a new season.

 

Gibbons stands tall for Mayo

COLUMN James Horan must pick Jason Gibbons at midfield this summer.

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