It all comes down to Sunday in Super League race

Soccer: Mayo League

The race for the Super League title comes down to this Sunday, with both Westport United and Manulla still in with a shout of claiming the title. The defending champions Westport United know that they need just a point from their game away to Claremorris to retain the title, while Manulla will be hoping they can see off local rivals Castlebar Celtic on the road and that Claremorris do them a favour to force a play-off for the title. If fortune favours United it will be a fantastic fourth league title in a row for the Covies. These two games kick-off at 2.30pm.

At the bottom of the table there is still plenty to sort out with Ballyheane looking to pull themselves level with Glenhest Rovers and force a play-off for the final relegation spot alongside the already relegated Achill Rovers. Ballyheane travel to the aforementioned Achill Rovers knowing they need a win, while a point for Glenhest Rovers at home against Ballina Town will keep them safe in the top flight for another season. These two games will kick off at 12 noon. The other game in the top flight is the meeting of Ballyglass and Straide and Foxford United also kicking off at 12 noon, but there is nothing of consequence riding on this game unlike the other four on the final day of the season.

Monthly award winners

The Mayo League monthly awards for July were announced this week, with Castlebar Celtic B named as the team of the month. Iorras Aointaithe's Brendan Nallen who guided the Erris outfit back to the Super League was named as manager of the month, the player of the month awards went to Joe Lawless from Westport United for the Super League, Kiltimagh-Knock United's Steven Wallace for the Premier League, Ciaran Hennelly from Partry Athletic for League One, and Bryan Mannion from Castlebar Celtic B getting the League Two prize. The young footballer of the month award went to Luke Honan from Ballina Town.



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