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One Direction play part in growing Mayo rail numbers

An improved economy, online value fares and the One Direction concerts in Dublin have all contributed to the return to growth in passenger numbers on the Mayo to Dublin train route, revealed Iarnród Éireann this week.

Westport Train Station is voted best in Ireland

Westport Train Station was this week awarded the accolade of best in Ireland as voted by its passengers and tourists.

Eight Mayo groups have won free trips

Iarnród Éireann has announced the winners of 100 free group trips as part of its community initiative, The Journey’s On Us. The Mayo groups that were victorious; Rock n Roses Choir, Swinford; Kilcommon Community Council; Castlebar Mitchels Camogie Club; No Name Club, Castlebar; GMIT Castlebar Green Campus Committee; St Joseph’s Primary School, Ballinrobe; Westport Family and Community Resource Centre; and Westport Ladies Gaelic Football Club.

St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling Quarter Finals

St Martin’s v The Fenians

St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling Championship

First round

GAA Briefs

Rice a doubt for Carrickshock 

County final day beckons all to Nowlan Park

This coming Sunday at around 5.30pm we should know who the Kilkenny Senior Hurling champions are for 2010. O'Loughlin Gaels from Kilkenny City will play star-studded Carrickshock from south Kilkenny.

Epic battle lies in store as two new contenders go for glory

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O'Loughlin Gaels and Carrickshock will be the envy of every Kilkenny senior club hurler next Sunday when they step out at Nowlan Park to do battle for the Tom Walsh Cup. All 12 teams set out at the start of the championship campaign hoping to reach this very special day in the Kilkenny hurling calendar. Round by round teams have fallen by the wayside.

Carrickshock claim first final spot in 51 years

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New Laois manager Brendan Fennelly will be keeping his new county troops waiting a little bit longer, after guiding Carrickshock to their first Kilkenny SHC final since 1951, following a two-point win on Sunday.

Maroon backlash needed in O’Moore Park

The Galway senior hurlers head to Portlaoise on Saturday (7pm) for the Leinster semi-final replay against Offaly, hoping to redeem themselves and give their supporters something to cheer about after a poor team performance last Sunday in Croke Park.

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