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When Mayo slipped through the relegation trapdoor for the first time in a generation last year, falling into division two alongside them was the visitors to MacHale Park on Sunday, Meath.
The appointment of Killeen Sports Grounds to carry out improvement works on MacHale Park was approved at a meeting of the County Board on Wednesday night.
Hopefully we will get a bumper crowd in Elverys MacHale Park on Saturday evening that the occasion deserves - with interesting encounters awaiting.
Mayo knew that things had to go in their favour elsewhere if they were to make next Sunday’s league final – but they still had to take care of business themselves to make sure they were still in with a shout of a place in the final.
Mayo fell to a third league defeat in four games in MacHale Park on Saturday night with Galway running out 1-11 to 0-8 winners.
Reigning champions Castlebar Mitchels qualified for a mouthwatering semifinal clash against neighbours Ballintubber, having had to pull out all the stops against a stubborn and well drilled Ballaghadeereen side in the quarter final of the Mayo Senior Football Championship last weekend. It was a thoroughly enjoyable game with some excellent scores from both teams despite the unfavourable heavy underfoot conditions.
Over the next two days, MacHale Park in Castlebar will host four big games as the quarter-finals of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship are down for decision. Our Sports Editor, Colm Gannon previews the action.
Achill v Kilmeena
An unusual feature of the apparition at Knock on August 21 1879, was that it was silent. On all other occasions when the Virgin Mary has appeared, a verbal message was imparted to the visionaries. It was usually an exhortation to pray. But the Knock vision, consisting of Mary, St Joseph, St John the Evangelist, and other religious images, was motionless. There was no verbal message.