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Galway Ladies are on the hunt for another scalp in this year's All Ireland championship when they face Westmeath in Duggan Park on Saturday (2pm).
This Sunday the Mayo Youth League u18 side are going for national glory when they take on the Cork Youth League in the final of the FAI u18 Inter League Cup in Solar 21 Milebush Park at 2.30pm.
A new year in the life of Mayo Association Dublin was marked by the 2017 annual general meeting held recently in the Sandymount Hotel, Dublin 4. The new chairperson is Julie Doyle, the fifth female chair since the association's foundation in 1905. Another woman to take a position at the top table is Grace Heneghan, who will take over as secretary. They join Bernardine Walsh-Cummins (public relations officer), Michael Kealy (treasurer), Mona McGarry (president), Eddie Melvin (vice president), and Frank Fleming (honorary life president) who were reappointed to their offices for a second year.
It is past midnight on Wednesday night, going into the small hours of Thursday morning. My wife and the four kids are all tucked up and gone to dreamland for the past few hours. Only Caesar our faithful dog is keeping me company, as I start to type this column on why Dublin should win the All-Ireland final in a few days time. However, I am having strong flashbacks to the second of September in 2012 and the All-Ireland semi-final.
On Sunday afternoon in Elverys MacHale Park the Mayo ladies senior football team will be looking to get back on winning ways when the take on Kerry in the penultimate round of the National Football League.