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Cooper shoots down Mayo in Tralee

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For the pride of the parish

There are a few places in Mayo that no club like going to because they know it’s going to be very hard to come out of there with anything — McGovern Park in Newport is one of them.

Mayo to meet old friends in decisive league encounter

Five games down and two to go for Mayo as they try to maintain their division one status in the National Football League. With a win and two draws under their belts they currently sit in the peculiar position of fourth place in the table, but due to the tight pack of three behind them, are not safe from the drop. Mayo are involved in a shoot out with Dublin, Donegal, and Tyrone to avoid being the side who join point-less Westmeath through the trapdoor to division two.

For the pride of the parish

There are a few places in Mayo that no club like going to because they know it’s going to be very hard to come out of there with anything — McGovern Park in Newport is one of them.

For the pride of the parish

There are a few places in Mayo that no club like going to because they know it’s going to be very hard to come out of there with anything — McGovern Park in Newport is one of them.

For the pride of the parish

There are a few places in Mayo that no club like going to because they know it’s going to be very hard to come out of there with anything — McGovern Park in Newport is one of them.

Clarke to miss Roscommon championship game

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Mayo more than likely will be missing the services of experienced Ballina goalkeeper David Clarke for next weekend’s Connacht senior football championship semi-final against Roscommon. The shot-stopper pulled up injured during the first half of last Friday night’s challenge game with Louth in Garrymore and had to be replaced by Kenneth O'Malley. Clarke's groin injury will see the Ballinrobe 21-year-old in line for a recall to the senior side after picking up a potentially career ending kidney injury 18 months ago in a Higher Education League game.

Tricky Terryland test for Kenny’s Mayo

There might be some pre Christmas pleasantries before kick off in Terryland Park tonight, but once the whistle is blown it’s do or die for the Mayo League’s Oscar Traynor Cup team. Following on from their win over the Inishowen league in the opening round of the competition, progression to the knock out stages of the competition is all down to this game for both sides. A draw will do Mayo thanks to their superior goal difference, but that’s something Mayo manager Brendan O’Connor is not thinking about. “Yah, a draw will do us on Friday night, but we are not going to approach the game like that at all, we’re going out to win on Friday night. If you go looking for a draw at the start of a game you are just setting yourself up for a fall, if we get it all and good, but we are going out to win the game.”

 

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