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The battle to make into the last eight of the Mayo GAA Intermediate Championship continues this weekend with the final round of group games taking place over Saturday and Sunday.
'Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you' — It is not every week that I reach into Game of Thrones to find what I want to say, but the above line does just that.
Another crucial weekend in the Westmeath SFC awaits with six interesting matches scheduled. Group 1 table toppers St Lomans and Tyrrellspass collide in an eagerly anticipated encounter on Saturday evening, while the first part of that double header promises to be interesting too.
Willow Park maintained their winning home league record with a comprehensive victory over St. Francis in their Leinster Senior League Senior 1B division clash in DPD park on Saturday night.
There was massive disappointment for the Galway senior ladies football squad when they were well beaten by a powerful and hard-running Dublin outfit by 4-08 to 1-10 in Hyde Park on Saturday.
The Galway minor footballers are strong outsiders in Sunday's All Ireland final in Croke Park (1pm) as they take on a Kerry minor team seeking an historic five-in-a-row of minor titles for the county.
After Eamon Fitzmaurice's decision to step away from the Kerry hot seat a few weeks ago, having guided Kerry to six Munster titles, a national league and an All-Ireland title in 2014, the abuse that had/has been directed towards him has been well document.
The ladies' game in the county was thrown back into the national spotlight again this week when club delegates took the decision to remove the defending All Ireland senior club champions Carnacon from senior competitions in Mayo at a county board meeting that was held on Tuesday.
Mayo County Council in a collaborative development with Mayo GAA have announced that it has acquired land at Lough Lannagh and intends to develop it for the purposes of sport, tourism and recreation.
A new League of Ireland book will come to Galway United this weekend for sale.