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Round two of the Mayo senior championship certainly threw up a few surprises, some shock results and some brilliant team and individual displays across all four groups.
It's Christmas week for football fans this weekend with the start of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship.
The process of appointing the new Mayo senior manager will move towards the finishing line this weekend when the four candidates for the position are interviewed by the county board's selection committee.
Last weekend saw the quarter-finals in the top divisions of the Mayo Senior League take place as the sides limbered up for the championship race coming into view in a few weeks.
The race to become the next Mayo senior football manager will move into its next stage with the interview committee being put in place this week by Mayo GAA to interview the four candidates for the position.
This weekend will realise the conclusion of the round robin phase of the All County Football Leagues in Westmeath, the top two clubs in each division advancing to a final fixture prior to the start of championship season in July.
As the All County Football League approaches the midway point of the campaign, local senior football clubs have experienced mixed results as thoughts turn towards achieving early season goals prior to the start of championship season.
Following a disappointing start to the club’s All County Football League campaign, Athlone GAA have parted company with senior team manager, Liam McHale.
Two Mayo schools had contrasting fortunes in the National Basketball Arena this week in the Schools League Finals in the venue.