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Mayo schools progress further towards Our School’s Got Talent

The second of the Mayo semi-finals for the Special Olympics Our School's Got Talent, in association with Supermac’s, took place this week in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, where 20 acts took to the stage, all hoping to clinch a place in this year's Mayo county final.

Mayo GAA fixtures

Saturday October 8

Westport look to break Ballyhaunis dominance

They will go in as the underdogs on Saturday, having never claimed the senior championship title, but Martin Brennan’s charges from the west coast served fair warning last weekend when toppling one of the two east Mayo giants of the small ball game in the county. The narrowest of margins was all that separated Westport when they saw off Tooreen in McHale Park at the semi-final stage on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-12. But were it not for a late long range goal from Kenny Feeney for the vanquished side, the gap would have been more comfortable for the former Mayo manager’s side. Stephen Broderick was the main man for Westport, scoring eight points for his side in the semi-final and they will need big performances from him along with the likes of Eoin Madigan, Rory Brennan, and Adrian Connolly if they are to knock Ballyhaunis off their perch.

Final four pairings set up some tough battles

Last Monday night’s draw for the final stages of the Mayo club championships across all three grades has set up some exciting games over the coming weeks. The main interest on the night was on the senior championship pairings, with two west Mayo and two north Mayo teams going into the hat. The luck of the draw kept the divisional rivals apart, with last year’s beaten finalists Castlebar Mitchels being pitted against a fancied Knockmore side, and the defending champions Ballintubber squaring off against Ballina Stephenites.

Golfers around the county mourn the loss of Charlie McGoldrick


Mayo athletes gearing up for World Summer games

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There will be plenty of Mayo eyes and ears looking and listening out for results from Athens from Saturday week when the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games kick off. Four Mayo athletes will be representing Ireland in the Greek city and all are going for gold. Mary McDermott from Swinford will be taking part in the bocce competition, while Deirdre Gannon from Westport and her namesake Deirdre Garvin from Claremorris will be competing in the bowling competition. Castlebar’s Paul Kavanagh will be hoping to have his serve and volley in top shape when he takes on the best in the world in the table tennis event.

Weekend for Hospice

The ninth Annual Motorcycle Run in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice takes place on Saturday June 4.

Special Olympics collection

Special Olympics Ireland’s annual collection day, sponsored by eircom, will take place throughout Ireland on Friday April 15.

Mayo championship draw has focused clubs’ attention

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The draw for the Mayo Club Championship last Monday night has the 16 clubs in the senior and intermediate championships along with those in both the Junior A and B championships plotting and planning for the summer ahead. At Monday night’s draw it was also announced that Midfield based catering company Trenalaur Catering would be the official sponsor of the Mayo senior championship for the coming year, with Westport based courier company Jim Hogan Couriers sponsoring the Mayo senior hurling championship.

Mayo hurlers keep up winning start

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