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Masters meet for a good cause

A unique occasion will take place in Milebush Park on Saturday at 2.30pm when the Mayo Soccer Masters take on the Mayo GAA Masters for the Tony McHugh Memorial Cup. The Tony McHugh Memorial Cup is being presented by the Mayo Emigrants Liaison Committee, in appreciation for all the work that he did during his short life for numerous organisations, along with Kevin Bourke from Rehab and Joe O’Dea, manager of the Welcome Inn Hotel. Tony ran monthly dances for Irish people in London, so they had a contact place to meet other Irish emigrants, and in many cases acquired work. It is reckoned that Tony got hundreds of people jobs during the last recession.

Winning teams unite for football sponsorship

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The Galway & District Football League has renewed its sponsorship deal with Western Hygiene Supplies Ltd, pictured at the launch were WHSLmanaging director Kevin Collins and Newcastle United player Stevie Folan.

Galway United seek to arrest alarming run of form

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League of Ireland football resumes following a fortnight's break and Galway United's Terryland Park collision with Derry City carries huge significance for Sean Connor's charges. Terminating the club's unwanted record for the number of consecutive defeats, currently standing at 19 is the mission, but it will be awkward against a capable Derry side. The Candystripes, always eager to pass and probe, are one of the Division's most attractive outfits so Galway will need to be willing and able from the first whistle.

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Saturday March 19

Mayo look to pick the Orchard clean on Sunday

There is one thing that is sure to get everyone talking ahead of Sunday's meeting with Armagh in McHale Park. That is the return of Billy Joe Padden to the home of Mayo GAA in the bright orange of the Ulster men for the first time since his move north of the border. But despite this sub plot there is only one item of business that Mayo manager James Horan will be looking to be taken care of, and that is getting two more points on the board. Sunday will see Mayo play their fourth game in this year’s Allianz Football League and move past the half way stage of the competition. If they manage to see off the challenge of the Armagh men it will move them up to five points in the table and be a major step in ensuring that come the early spring next year, Mayo will be dining at the top table of league football in 2012.

Mayo ease to FBD win

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Ladies football national league kicks off this weekend

The 2011 Bord Gais Energy Ladies Football National League kicks off on Sunday with Kilkenny hosting Westmeath in Urlingford. The sides last met in 2008 when the Cats had a one point win in the Leinster semi final but the girls from the Lake County reversed this result with a three point win a month later in the All-Ireland series. Westmeath struggled in the League last year to cope with the powerhouses of Cavan, Fermanagh and Waterford resulting in relegation to Division 4 where they will hope to be better matched with Kilkenny, Carlow, Offaly, Louth, Roscommon, Antrim and Derry.

Leitrim no match for Mayo

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New Blade Conneely aims to cut a dash

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Every young footballer craves a shot at the glory game in England. Over the past two and a half years Seamus Conneely absorbed all the lessons that life in the League of Ireland brings, but now is an appropriate time to start inking a new chapter in his sporting tale.

Crossmolina stay top of league

John Maughan's Crossmolina Deel Rovers stayed top of Division 1A of the Mayo Senior Football league this weekend thanks to a one point win over Charlestown on Saturday night. Crossmolina picked up their fifth win from five games on a score of 2-8 to 0-13. Shrule Glencorrib stayed on their heals in second place after a two point win away to Ballina Stephenites on a score of 0-12 to 0-10. Ballintubber suffered their first loss in the league on Saturday night when Knockmore came to Clogher and went away with a 2-9 to 0-7 win over James Horan's side. Ballintubber stay in third place in the league, last year they went through the year only loosing once in both league and championship to the same opposition at the semi-final stage. Ballaghdadereen's have had a so-so start to the season and they picked up their second win of the league in their alternate home venue of Charlestown on Saturday evening with a 0-17 to 1-9 win over Claremorris. Westport sit in fourth place in the table after picking up their second win from four games at the weekend, they saw of a struggling Bohola Moy Davits side by six points winning on a score of 0-17 to 0-11, the east Mayo men now lie at the bottom of the table without a win from five games.

 

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