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After a four-and-half month hiatus the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship will spring back into life this weekend with eight round two games down for decision.
Knock Shrine is gearing up for the arrival of upwards of 45,000 pilgrims along with media from more than 30 countries for the visit of Pope Francis to the national shrine on Sunday morning.
Passengers using Ireland West Airport on the day that Pope Francis flies into Mayo have been advised to disregard sat-nav and follow diversion signs as there will be significant road closures to allow for the pontiff’s visit.
The National Transport Authority (NTA), An Gardaí Síochána and public transport operators have outlined the comprehensive transportation plan and road closure system to be put in place for the Visit of Pope Francis.
All roads lead to the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick tomorrow afternoon as Mayo look to get their championship campaign back on track.
Facing into his long road of rehabilitation Tom Parsons spoke this week about how appreciative he has been for the messages of support that have flooded in following his horrific injury against Galway last month.
Gardaí are investigating all circumstances surrounding the discovery of a body of a man (50s) in a flat on Main Street, Charlestown on Sunday. The man’s body was discovered by Gardaí shortly after 1.40pm on Sunday. The alarm was raised by locals who were concerned as the man had not been seen in recent days.
After two rounds of action in the Mayo GAA Junior Football Championship six teams have progressed to the quarter-final stages of the competition across three of the four groups, with just one group where the coveted quarter-final spots are left up for grabs.
There was no third time lucky for Mayo against Galway, as the Tribesmen came to town and went home with the win in front of a packed house of 29,449 paying spectators.
The race to follow in the footsteps of last year's Mayo GAA junior champions Lahardane begins in earnest this weekend.