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It might be almost Easter - but the gales that blew through vast tracts of Mayo on Saturday gave the first round of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship a more end of the year feel, than the start of the summer.
All 16 runners and riders in this year's Mayo Senior Football Championship have been waiting for this weekend to arrive for a while now. Saturday will see a full slate of action taking place all over the county, with Ballintubber the defending champions the side to beat again this year.
The issue of dangerous junctions at entrances and exits along the N17 from Claremorris to Charlestown, was raised again at the April meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District.
Before Saturday's league clash with Kerry, James Horan told RTE sport that he was looking for improvements on his team's performances against Galway and Dublin; that he wasn't looking for a “response” to the poor displays, just improvements on the positives from the previous two outings.
All eyes will be on the Galmont Hotel today as DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard holds its eagerly awaited March auction. A great mix of properties will go under the hammer, with exceptional value across the board. Registration will be open from 2pm and the auction will commence at 3pm sharp.
All eyes will be on The Galmont Hotel next Thursday for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s eagerly awaited March 7 auction. The auction team are very excited about next week’s event and are, as usual, expecting a big turnout.
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The auction sales team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have reported large turnouts at the open viewings over the past two weeks for their upcoming March 7 auction. The highly anticipated auction, which takes place in the Galmont Hotel, is expected to be very well attended with a varied mix of properties going under the hammer.
Mayo and District Motorsport Club members were out in force on Sunday when they travelled to Galway for the International Rally.
Things really couldn't have gone any better, could they?