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Mayo will make the journey to the midlands this weekend looking to get back to winning ways against Westmeath, following their narrow defeat to Donegal last weekend in Ballybofey.
The hugely successful Mayo Day celebrates its seventh year this Saturday, May 1, with an outstanding programme of events to be viewed from around the globe. The virtual approach to the event has expanded the reach of this extraordinary celebration of all things Mayo.
James Horan's Mayo senior side who got back to training earlier this week, have been handed a Connacht Senior Football Championship opener against Sligo, at the quarter-final stage, following this week's provincial championship draw.
This year’s Connacht Football Championship will see Galway and Mayo avoiding each other until a potential final.
Mayo forward Diarmuid O’Connor believes the defending Connacht champions have the depth of talent in the squad to thrive, despite the retirement of some of their most experienced players in the off-season.
Galway GAA has announced details of its ‘March for Maroon’ fundraiser which will take place this month.
This week has seen an outpouring of gratitude for a number of Mayo players who have announced their retirement from the inter-county game.
In the year 1900, Patrick Holland had a travelling shop near Athenry. He later opened a shop there and is credited with having the first car in the town. In 1914 he met Dorinda Egan and it was love at first sight. They married and had five children Brendan, Michael, Maureen, Angela and John. They eventually moved to Galway in 1930, and tried to set up a business in Dominick St. but the bank would not give them the money. They eventually managed to buy the premises of Mary Leahy’s Newsagency in Williamsgate Street.
THIS YEAR has, as Stephen Fry noted at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, been "a very dark time for the performing arts". A sector so reliant on human interaction; the gathering together of people; and which lives on the shared experience, remains one of the most profoundly affected, and curtailed, areas of life and activity.
James Horan has guided Mayo to the All Ireland semi-final stage again - it will be the counties ninth appearance in the final four since 2012.