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Renault Ireland partners the GAA /GPA

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Renault Ireland is the new official car partner of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and Gaelic Players’ Association (GPA) for the next three years and the title sponsor of the 2019 GAA World Games.

GAA star Dessie Dolan is latest Renault ambassador

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Former Westmeath footballer Dessie Dolan is the latest Renault Ireland ambassador.

GAA star Dessie Dolan is latest Renault ambassador

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Former Westmeath footballer Dessie Dolan is the latest Renault Ireland ambassador.

Rochford made his first big statement

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Stephen Rochford made his first big statement as Mayo manager wielding the axe and cutting nine players from his panel. Michael Conroy being the most high profile of these. Mickey C as he is effectively known gave a great service to the Mayo jersey but has been blighted by injury of late. His last major contribution for Mayo was scoring four points against Kerry in last year's National league game in Killarney after coming on for the injured Evan Regan, Conroy also picked up an injury up the same day.

Ballina worker awarded as Employee of the Year

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Anna Wroblewska from Ballina was among 100 workers honoured for their dedication in the 2016 GEM Awards, (Going the Extra Mile), presented late last week by ISS, a major provider of outsourced business services which employs more than 3,500 people. GEM Awards recognise the valuable contribution of employees involved in business supports such as cleaning, catering, security, M&E, pest control and property services.

Rochford ready to roll with Mayo

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This weekend Stephen Rochford will take his first training session with the Mayo senior team, just three weeks out from their first game of the 2016. Last Thursday night Rochford met the press for the first time since his appointment and spoke at length about his hopes and the challenges ahead for the next year and much more. 

It's easy to lay blame from the outside

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Now that the dust has settled and Mayo’s 2015 attempt to win back the Sam Maguire cup for the first time since 1951 came to a very disappointing end, I was somewhat amazed at the way the media and general public analysed the situation. You have to be thick skinned to be a manager of a senior inter-county team; I know I will never be. The knives are most certainly out. Everybody bar the team’s kit man has had some level of blame directed towards them.

Gone in 25 minutes

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Another chapter for Mayo’s House of Pain secured itself after the football team's 2015 adventure came to an abrupt end at the hands of Dublin in the semi final last weekend. In a few years' time people will look back at the result and the score line will suggest that Dublin were comfortable winners but the margins were very tight in this game. A stroke of luck for Dublin and, in my opinion, a poor refereeing decision put paid to any chance Mayo had of reaching the All-Ireland final and for another crack at Kerry.

Where the game will be won and lost

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As in every game between two evenly matched sides a number of factors will be decisive in sorting out where the winning and the losing of this game will be. We will look at a few of those factors here.

Moran's magic saves Mayo

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Ten minutes from time Jack McCaffery swung the ball over the bar and the Hill was in full voice as Dublin went seven points clear and Mayo were hanging on looking for a punchers chance of resurrecting their interest in this years All Ireland senior championship. But they dug in and fought it out to the not so bitter end. Eight minutes from time Andy Moran fired over a nice score from play, a minute later Keith Higgins side stepped his way to a point and the gap was closing in.

 

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