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Lack of U-21 success a real worry for Mayo

FOOTBALL Billy Joe Padden says the fact that Mayo haven’t had won a Connacht under-21 title since 2009 is a concern.

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Mayo U-21s fail to stop the slide

FOOTBALL Sometimes no amount of hard work, honesty and genuine effort can compensate for the lack of a ‘game-changer’.

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Armagh legend to launch new Mayo GAA initiative

FOOTBALL Ex-Armagh footballer Oisín McConville will launch a new Mayo GAA Health and Wellbeing initiative in Breaffy.

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Mayo rugby students making big headlines

RUGBY Tom McHale (Westport), Daniel Keane (Ballinrobe) and Joe Murphy (Ballina) made their mark in schools cup finals.

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It’s time for Mayo to tighten things up

FOOTBALL In his exclusive column, Billy Joe Padden asks what went wrong for Mayo on Saturday? Short answer: everything.

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Mayo have no answers as Dublin cut loose

FOOTBALL Mike Finnerty says Mayo were reminded that any drop in standards against Dublin will be punished ruthlessly.

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Match practice a big bonus for Mayo U-21s

Football Mayo U-21s are bracing themselves for ‘a huge challenge’ against Galway, according to manager Niall Heffernan.

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Wanted: Westport United manager

SOCCER Kieran Mulchrone and James Fahy stepped down as joint managers of Westport United in Sligo on Sunday.

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It’s safety first for Mayo as Dubs come to town

FOOTBALL Victory over Dublin would guarantee Mayo’s safety in Division 1 of the NFL, says joint manager Noel Connelly.

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Mayo find a way past Derry

FOOTBALL Goals from Mark Ronaldson and sub Mikie Sweeney turned out to be crucial as Mayo held out for victory in Derry.

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A weekend to savour for Mayo fans in Derry city

FOOTBALL Anne-Marie Flynn saw Joe Brolly and Martin McGuinness in Derry. Who says there’s no glamour in the League?

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Super Thursday for Mayo in Cheltenham?

RACING Achill native Michael Masterson is hoping for Cheltenham success with Balder Succes in the Ryanair Chase.

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Two rugby matches, two ferries

RUGBY Pat Lam’s post-match Connacht press conference was just one memorable part of a busy weekend for Rob Murphy.

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‘Gaelic football is in crisis’, says ex-Mayo manager

FOOTBALL Former Dublin player and Mayo manager Brian McDonald says he fears for the future of Gaelic football.

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