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GAA Fixtures

Thursday 04 Sep


Football Fixtures

GAA Fixtures

Friday 18 July

Football Fixtures

Senior Football Championship: Sat 28 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Milltown v St James 19:45 Ref: Muiris Mac Gearailt; At Pearse Stadium, Annaghdown vAn Cheathrú Rua 19:45 Ref: Frank Kinneen; Sun 29 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Corofin vTuam Stars 12:00, Ref: Shane Hehir; At Pearse Stadium, Mícheál Breathnach v Cárna-Caiseal 12:30 Ref: Gerry Daly; At Tuam Stadium, Caherlistrane v Caltra 13:45 Ref: Ger Cahill; At Pearse Stadium, Barna vNaomh Anna, Leitir Móir 14:15 Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Kenny Park, Killererin v St Michael's 16:30 Ref: Tommy Faherty; At Kenny Park, Salthill-Knocknacarra v Kilconly 18:00 Ref: Máirtín Ó Gríofa; At Tuam Stadium, Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Cortoon Shamrocks 17:15 Ref: Gearoid O Conamha; At Tuam Stadium, Mountbellew/Moylough vMenlough 19:00, Ref: Brenadan Kinneavy.

GAA Fixtures

Division 1: Saturday19 Apr, At Cregg, Annaghdown v Caherlistrane 4pm Ref: Shane Hehir; At Tuam Stars, Tuam Stars v St James 4pm Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Menlough, Menlough v Corofin 6pm Ref: PJ Rabbitte; At Milltown, Milltown v Killererin 6pm Ref: Gerry Guinan; At Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna v Mountbellew/Moylough 6pm Ref: James Molloy;

Mountain walking festival returns

Details for the sixth annual Leenane Mountain Walking Festival have been announced.

Farmers outraged at AEOS reduction

Farmers are outraged at the reduction in numbers who are eligible for the Agri-Environment Options Scheme and also the reduction in the maximum payment to farmers which has been capped at €4,000 per year, a reduction of €1,000.

Mayo farmers could opt for pre-nups to protect family land

With more than 12,500 farms in County Mayo, pre-nuptual agreements could become commonplace.

WTO breakdown could affect top Mayo industries

The Irish Farmers’ Association in Mayo are expressing their relief this week at the breakdown of the World Trade Organisation talks, but the lack of a deal could have serious implications for Mayo’s largest employers who export €3bn worth of products every year and employ 3,000 people.

Massive farming protest and rally organised for Monday

Mayo farmers will be out in force next Monday when they conduct a tractorcade through Castlebar to highlight Government cuts and the devastating impact that collapsing farm incomes have on the rural economy in Mayo.

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