Winning smiles: The St Bredan's College Belmullet team celebrate winning the u19c National League title in Tallaght on Wednesday. Photo: SportsPress.

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St Brendan's claim national honours

Fri, Mar 22, 2019

St Brendan’s College, Belmullett, drove home to All Ireland U19 C Boys Schools League final glory on Wednesday afternoon with a 38-30 point win over O’Carolan College of Nobber.

Leading from the front: Alan Dillon was in good form for Ballintubber last weekend. Photo: Sportsfile.

GAA

The weather played havoc across the county as clubs got down to business

Fri, Apr 19, 2019

The club championship got under way and took centre stage last weekend. All senior games went ahead on Saturday evening when playing conditions were nothing short of atrocious, especially in the coastal venues in the county. The bizarre fact that neither Charlestown nor Belmullet registered a single score between them while playing against the hurricane in Belmullet was testament to how strong the breeze was.

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Key man: Castlebar Celtic's Jordan Loftus has been in good form for the Hoops' recently. Photo: Castlebar Celtic

Soccer

Connacht Cup final spot up for grabs in local derby

Fri, Apr 19, 2019

Just over 11km separates Celtic Park in Castlebar and Manulla FC's home ground in Carramore and this Sunday the Hoops' will make the short hop eastwards, with a spot in the TP Brennan Connacht Cup final up for grabs for the winners.

Winning smiles: Members of the Mayo AC team celebrate their success last weekend.

Athletics

Brilliant medal winning success for Mayo AC at National 10k Championships

Fri, Apr 19, 2019

It was an early start for Mayo AC members when their team of 16 competed in the 2019 National 10k Championships incorporated in the Great Ireland Run in the Phoenix Park on Sunday morning last.

Matt Healy of Connacht goes over to score his side's fourth try against Cardiff Blues last weekend. Photo: Sportsfile

Rugby

Connacht back in Champions Cup

Fri, Apr 19, 2019

Champions Cup secured, it would be easy for Connacht Rugby to drift towards the end of the season, knowing their primary aim is secured.

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