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Dermot Flanagan and friends are getting on their bikes for charity
Former Mayo footballer Dermot Flanagan, along with a number of former Mayo teammates from the side that reached All Ireland Senior Football finals in 1996 and 1997, will be cycling to every GAA club in Mayo to raise funds for Mayo University Hospital's Oncology Unit.
New administrator formally appointed to St Mary’s parish in Athlone
A new parish administrator has been appointed to St Mary’s parish in Athlone it has been confirmed in diocesan appointments announced by the Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise, Francis Duffy this past weekend.
Ballina Municipal District Briefs
The June meeting of the Ballina Municipal District took place this week - read what the councillors were discussing
Eyes now firmly focused for clubs following championship draws
The eyes of club footballers across the county are firmly focused on their opponents in the Mayo GAA championships following the draws for the group stages of the senior, intermediate and junior championships this week.
Royal visitors come to MacHale Park
When Mayo slipped through the relegation trapdoor for the first time in a generation last year, falling into division two alongside them was the visitors to MacHale Park on Sunday, Meath.
Knights of St Columbanus assisting student education in Ecuador
Through the generosity of the people of Athlone area, The Knights of St Columbanus were able to afford approximately €4,500 to local charities including the Father PJ Hughes Mission Fund, before Christmas of last year.
Sixty minutes from a spot in the final
The last four left standing in the chase for the McDonnell Cup will be brought down to just two come Sunday afternoon when the semi-finals of the Mayo GAA Junior Football Championship come to a conclusion.
Final eight go to the post in Junior championship
The group stages of the junior championship panned out as expected - this is the first year for many, many years the competition was exclusively contested by junior clubs with no B teams involved in the competition.
Jostling for last few junior quarter final spots
There are a handful of quarter-final spots left up for grabs in the exclusive Mayo GAA Junior Football Championship ahead of round three this weekend.