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Two of the three Mayo teams left in contention for a spot in the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup will be battling it out for those spots on Sunday afternoon.
The two Mayo League sides in action of the last 64 of the FAI Junior Cup, booked their place in the last 32 of the competition with impressive wins over Munster opposition at home last Sunday.
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.
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.
There's just one place to be tomorrow evening and that's in Belleek, when defending champions Ballina Town host Castlebar Celtic in the Super League at 7pm.
The big game last weekend was the meeting of Manulla and Castlebar Celtic in the semi-final of the Connacht Cup in Carramore.
Just over 11km separates Celtic Park in Castlebar and Manulla FC's home ground in Carramore and this Sunday the Hoops' will make the short hop eastwards, with a spot in the TP Brennan Connacht Cup final up for grabs for the winners.
Castlebar Celtic laid out their intentions to be serious title challengers this season by backing up their Connacht Cup win over Ballina Town the previous week, with a second victory over the defending champions last Saturday night.
Just a week after the start of the domestic season, three of the top sides in the Mayo League Super League will see their attentions switch to other matters this weekend, as they battle it out for semi-final spots in the Connacht Cup.
Second placed Finn Harps maintained their push for promotion to the Premier Division when they came from behind to beat Athlone away from home last Friday night. The Town took an early shock lead but Ollie Horgan’s men were back on level terms through Nathan Boyle by half time. A second score from Boyle early in the second half put Harps in front as Keith Cowan sealed victory with a late third goal.