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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 wrapped up the Super League title in style last weekend, seeing off Claremorris 5-2 in Celtic Park.
Castlebar Celtic moved to within a point of claiming the Super League title with a massive 9-2 win over Ballyglass last weekend, on Sunday the Hoops will be looking to ensure they claim the title when they take on Claremorris in Celtic Park where a point will be enough to seal the championship.
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.
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.
The long road of the new Mayo League season took its first steps last weekend with the opening rounds of action in both the Super League and the Premier Division taking place. There will only be two games in the Super League this weekend with three sides, Ballina Town, Castlebar Celtic and Manulla, in Connacht Cup action
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.
The Mayo League have announced the September/October winners of their awards. League and cup winners Ballina Town won the team of the month award, while Ballyhaunis Town manager Tommy Page, who guided his side to promotion to the top flight for next year - along with winning the Premier Cup - was rewarded with the manager of the month award.
Ballina Town retained the Connacht Gold Super Cup title with a convincing 4-0 win over Castlebar Celtic at Solar 21 Park last weekend.