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Mayo take a bite out of the Big Apple

Mayo did the heavy lifting in first half in their 2014 championship opener, when they ground down the New York challenge with the minimal of difficulty. James Horan will have learned nothing new about his side, but will have been pleased to have been able to give some game time to likes of Alan Dillon who returned to Mayo colours for the first time since the All Ireland final as a second half sub, while debutant Diarmuid O'Connor marked his first senior bow with a well taken goal right at the start of the second half. The game also saw a little bit of history with the three O'Shea brothers on the field at the same time, for the first time when Conor O'Shea made his championship debut as a second half sub.

Medtronic advance to All Ireland final

Medtronic footballers have qualified for the All Ireland senior interfirms football championship final for the first time when they had three points to spare over Mountjoy PO in the semi-final at the Na Fianna GAA Grounds in Dublin.

O’Sullivan makes Euro grade

At the Irish long course swimming championships, which doubled up as the Irish Olympic trials last weekend, Galway SC swimmer David O’Sullivan qualified to represent Ireland for the European Junior Championships in July in Antwerp, Belgium.

Rugby fever @ Kenny’s

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THE RUGBY World Cup starts this weekend and fingers are crossed that Ireland’s display will be vastly improved from the 2007 tournament.

Castlebar student is volunteer of the year

Shane Walsh (17), a fifth year student at Davitt College, Castlebar, was named All-Ireland Youth Volunteer of the Year during the fourth annual Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

Michael’s accept defeat gracefully

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Nobody from St Michael's argued with the result in the All-Ireland Intermediate final last Saturday night. They could not.

Galway-African thriller to be screened at fleadh

RAPT IN Éire, a new film from producer/director Akibor Emihian, to be shown at the Galway Film Fleadh, is possibly the first movie produced and directed by a non-EU immigrant in Ireland.

 

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