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The Mayo Minor Hurlers start the defence of their All Ireland Minor C title against Sligo at the Connacht Centre of Excellence in Bekan tomorrow Saturday, July 11, at 3.30pm. Mayo are in contention for three in a row at this grade having defeated Ulster champions Monaghan in 2013 and 2014 to win the title.
The Mayo u21 hurling team made the short journey to Athleague on Wednesday evening to play Roscommon in the Connacht u21B Hurling final. Mayo, under the guidance of manager Brian Finn, were hopeful of breaking the Rossie’s stronghold on the competition and were bolstered by an impressive win over Sligo in the semi-final last week.
Mayo U21 Hurling Manager Brian Finn has announced a strong team ahead of the Connacht U21B Hurling Final against Roscommon tomorrow (Wednesday) evening.
The success of the Mayo minor hurlers in winning the All Ireland Minor C Championship was the major bright spot in the year for all involved with hurling in the county. The team led by manager Brian Finn and Johnny Regan defeated Monaghan in Ballinamore, Leitrim at the beginning of September. En route to the final, they saw off the challenge of Sligo and Cavan. It was a double minor celebration for Tooreen’s David Kenny who also picked up an All Ireland minor football winners medal a few weeks later.
The Mayo minor hurlers will line out in the final of the All Ireland Minor C Hurling Championship hoping to repeat their football counterparts’ recent victory over The Farney County. Mayo will face off against the Ulster men in Ballinamore, Co Leitrim, at 2pm, tomorrow, September 7.