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The summer starts now for club stars

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The hard yards put in on the muddy fields from Belmullet to Shrule over the wild winter and soaking spring will be put to the test this weekend when the first ball is thrown-in in this year’s Mayo club championships. From Saturday evening to Sunday afternoon, across 16 games in the senior and intermediate championships the shape the summer will take for 32 clubs will start to form.

The summer starts now for club stars

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The hard yards put in on the muddy fields from Belmullet to Shrule over the wild winter and soaking spring will be put to the test this weekend when the first ball is thrown-in in this year’s Mayo club championships. From Saturday evening to Sunday afternoon, across 16 games in the senior and intermediate championships the shape the summer will take for 32 clubs will start to form.

Easter weekend was packed full of good golf around Mayo

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Carnacon looking for lucky number four

Having picked up three ladies’ All Ireland senior club titles inside the past decade Carnacon are back in the final on Sunday and looking to turn that triple of championships into a quadruple. The girls in green and red have made their way back to the final this year and after narrowly losing out to Inch Rovers from Cork in last year’s showpiece, they will have extra motivation to make this All Ireland number four for the central Mayo club. Standing in their way in Ballymahon in two days’ time will be Dublin and Leinster champions, Na Fianna. The Dublin ladies saw off the challenge of Munster and Cork champions Donoughmore by four points at the start of the month.

Islandeady finally reach the promised land

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New business for Mayo clubs launched

A new business venture and website which will become a community hub for Mayo clubs has been officially launched. OnlineClubMembers.com is a website dedicated exclusively to the promotion of sports and recreational clubs with more than 10,000 clubs in its listings.

Golf Walsh wins the captain’s prize in Balla

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Carnacon look to keep up good run

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It all seems so familiar, Carnacon on the cusp of an All Ireland final and while the central Mayo club have been the undisputed Queens of Mayo football for what seems like nigh on forever, they still have the hunger to drive for success year after year. That hunger has once again brought them to the final four in the country and a place in the All Ireland final up for grabs, standing in their way are Laois and Leinster champions Timahoe.

Tourmakeady and Parke fly Mayo flag this weekend

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With the Mayo club championships now put to bed following Ballintubber’s victory over Castlebar Mitchels last weekend, all eyes will now be drawn to the Connacht club championship. The action gets underway on Sunday for the winners of both the Mayo Junior and Intermediate championships, when both Tourmakeady and Parke face Galway opposition. The men from the Gaeltacht will have Mayo advantage when they host St James from Galway city on Sunday, in McHale Park. The Galway champions overcame An Spidéal in the Galway final by a single point a fortnight ago, winning out on a score of 0-9 to 0-8. Midfielder Paul Conroy was the top scorer for the St James men in the final kicking four points of their nine point total.

Sunday showdown for final four

The bookmakers have it that it will be a clash of north against south for the Moclair cup come next month, and while that may be where the money is going, it would be a foolish man who is counting out the chances of the men from the west ahead of Sunday.

 

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