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Horan’s Mayo aim to avoid capital punishment

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Another Sunday and another chance for James Horan to see how far his project as Mayo manager has progressed. This time a trip to the capital awaits Mayo and their supporters against the form team of this year’s National Football League in GAA headquarters is on the menu. The Dubs’ have won four out of four in this years league term and look to be in flying form.

Lá Fhéile Bríde - history beckons for St Brigid’s

Last one out turn off the lights. There won’t be a sinner to be found in the environs of Kiltoom and Cam come Thursday afternoon as all roads lead to Croke Park where the men of St Brigid’s face the mighty CrossmaglenRangers in the All-Ireland club final.

All-Ireland final within camogie kittens’ grasp

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What a day of Camogie to look forward to this Saturday! The four best teams in the land will be going to battle in Nowlan Park as the prestigious prize of the O’Duffy Cup awaits.

Roscommon hoping to upset the odds yet again

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For anybody with primrose and blue blood running through their veins, all roads lead to Croke Park this Sunday as Fergal O’Donnell’s men bid to upset the odds when they face Cork in the All-Ireland quarter-final.

DJ Carey’s handball jerseys on display at unique exhibition

The GAA Museum at Croke Park unveiled a new temporary exhibition during the week at GAA headquarters. Simply entitled, My GAA Hero, this unique GAA exhibition has been designed by kids for kids, and possibly adults too!

Opportunity missed but still plenty to play for

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Leinster SFC semi-final

O'Mahony steps down after Longford defeat

The second time around is never as good as the first, while John O'Mahony's first tenure in charge of Mayo ended in 1992 contentious conclusions, his second term ended at the lowest possible ebb for a side who were considered by most to within the top ten sides in the country. Longford came into the game on the back of a defeat at the hands of Louth in the championship, and two wins in the national league against the minnows of London and Kilkenny. Cannon fodder they should have been for a team which reached the division one league final, while the defeat is hard to take, there is only one way from here for Mayo and that is up.

O'Mahony steps down after Longford defeat

The second time around is never as good as the first, while John O'Mahony's first tenure in charge of Mayo ended in 1992 contentious conclusions, his second term ended at the lowest possible ebb for a side who were considered by most to within the top ten sides in the country. Longford came into the game on the back of a defeat at the hands of Louth in the championship, and two wins in the national league against the minnows of London and Kilkenny. Cannon fodder they should have been for a team which reached the division one league final, while the defeat is hard to take, there is only one way from here for Mayo and that is up.

Triple delight at Camogie championship launch

Camogie fans are set for a triple delight following the announcement at the launch of the Gala All-Ireland Camogie Championships that the Intermediate camogie final will be played with the Senior and Premier Junior finals for the first time in GAA headquarters this year.

Full round of league fixtures to whet appetite for league final

John O’Mahony will be hoping that all his players manage to come through this weekend’s full round of club senior league fixtures fit and ready for action in next week’s National League final against Cork in Croke Park. Mayo booked their place in the final, last Sunday in the sunshine on Leeside in Páirc Ui Chaoimh, thanks to a 0-16 to 0-11 win over the Rebels, but the league final will be a completely different animal of a game.

 

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