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Plenty still to be sorted out in intermediate groups
Once again the unpredictable nature of the Mayo intermediate championship raised its head again last weekend after a barnstorming weekend of action in the competition.
Galway dominates Minor All Stars
Six Galway players have been named on the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year.
Final fours decided in league race
Last weekend saw the quarter-finals in the top divisions of the Mayo Senior League take place as the sides limbered up for the championship race coming into view in a few weeks.
Senior league quarter finals sees club season ramp up
With just four weeks to go to the start of the club championships in Mayo, the club season will move up a gear this weekend with a number of league quarter-finals taking place across the divisions.
Minors make their way past Sligo
Mayo strode past Sligo in impressive style on Friday evening in Ballina to make it three wins from three in the Connacht Minor Football Championship.
Intermediate grade proves as hard to call as ever
The Mayo intermediate championship threw up plenty of surprises last weekend in its first round of action.
Nothing is easy at the middle grade
The hardest thing to predict before the start of any championship season is who is going to win the intermediate title.
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.
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.
Carnacon look to keep on making history
In a year of change, one thing has remained the same and that is Carnacon are looking to claim the Mayo Ladies Football Senior Championship once again.