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Eight Mayo sides made their way into the last 32 of the Connacht Junior Cup last weekend, with at least one more to join them and potentially another to make it ten, when two games which didn't go ahead last weekend take place over the next few days.
The semi-finals of the last major domestic competition of the season are down for decision this weekend when the Calor Gas Super Cup reaches the semi-final stage.
Castlebar Celtic took another step towards claiming the Super League title last weekend with an 8-0 win over Straide and Foxford United on Saturday evening and tomorrow night they could find themselves six points clear of their nearest rivals and still having a game in hand, if they see off Ballyhaunis Town, as expected, when the meet in Celtic Park.
The action continued last night in the Elverys Sports Super League after this paper went to print, where league leaders Castlebar Celtic were putting their 100 per cent record on the line when they travelled to second placed Westport United in United Park; also facing off last night were Ballina Town, who travelled to Claremorris needing to pick up a win, after surprisingly being held by Ballyhaunis Town to a goalless draw last Saturday night.
Manulla will make the trip to Eammon Deacy Park on Sunday afternoon looking to make a bit of history as they attempt to win their maiden Connacht Junior Cup when they take on Corrib Rangers at 3pm.
Westport United came from one down away to Claremorris last weekend to pick up their sixth win on the bounce in the Super League and maintain their place at the top of the table.
A strong second half showing by Balla sent them back into the Mayo GAA Junior Football Championship final in a few weeks time.
Ballina United hit nine goals against a hapless Iorras Aontaithe to take a giant leap towards claiming the 2018 Elverys Super League title last weekend.
Manulla and Ballina Town will meet in this year’s Westaro Cup final after wins over Straide & Foxford United and Ballyglass last weekend.
On Sunday in MacHale Park the junior semifinals of the Mayo GAA championship will be played as a double header with the action getting under way at 2pm, with the meeting of Kilmaine and Ballycastle. The north Mayo men booked their place in the final four last Saturday night when they saw off Kilmeena in a quarterfinal replay by five points in terrible weather conditions, their opponents booked their spot in the final four with a big 3-16 to 1-9 quarterfinal win over Killala a few weeks ago.