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Brilliant Boland leads Mayo to Ring final

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Shane Boland played the captains role in leading Mayo to the Christy Ring Cup final after a hard fought 2-23 to 2-18 win over Derry in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park on Saturday.

Mayo one step from Ring Cup final

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The Mayo senior hurlers are just 70 minutes away from another Croke Park date in the Christy Ring Cup Final.

Mayo send Sligo packing with second half surge

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Mayo have shown plenty of resolve in the Christy Ring Cup this season - getting well beat by Kildare in round one, after a poor league showing the season looked like it could have been slipping through their fingers and a route straight back to the Nickey Rackard Cup could have been a very real possibility.

Hurlers stay in Ballina for Sligo clash

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The Mayo senior hurlers will be staying in Ballina for their round four clash against Sligo in the Christy Ring Cup tomorrow afternoon.

Mayo see off exiles to open up Ring road

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The Mayo hurlers got themselves right back in contention in the Christy Ring Cup with a six point win over London in Ruislip last weekend.

Mayo make the trip to London this weekend

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Mayo will be hopping on a plane this weekend and heading for London Town for their second round clash against the exiles in the National Hurling League and hoping to come home with two points in the bag.

Hurling for hope fundraiser for two charities

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A group of friends, players, mentors and teammates from Ballyhaunis GAA Club, have come together and organised a unique fundraising event to support two charities, the Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation and the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.

It's not easy being the man in the middle

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Knockmore will face Roscommon champions Padraic Pearses in the Connacht senior club final on January 9 after the Roscommon outfit overcame Galway champions Mountbellew Moylough in a very fiery contest that ended in the most controversial circumstances.

Mayo Gaels weather the storm to claim intermediate title and Kilmeena are junior champs

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Kevin Lynch stood on a platform six inches off the ground to raise the Sweeney Cup high in the air in Fr O’Hara Park on Saturday afternoon - but Mayo Gaels are standing many feet taller right now than they were this morning, following their 1-11 to 1-9 win over Ballyhaunis.

Gaels look to blow over Ballyhaunis believers

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Somewhere along the N17 on Saturday morning the Mayo Gaels faithful will be joined on the road by the believers from Ballyhaunis as they both make their way to Charlestown for what promises to be a thrilling Mayo Intermediate Football Championship final.

 

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