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Corofin reached their 16th provincial final after an entertaining win over Ballina Stephenites in Pearse Stadium last Saturday.
Dylan McKee handed Ballina the advantage just before the half-hour mark, but their near neighbours quickly equalised through a spectacular solo effort by Kyle Neary four minutes later. The winning goal came early in the second half from Niall Casey, allowing Ballina to maintain a glimmer of hope for the title with two games remaining - but with Celtic requiring just one point from their three games left, even Ballina know that it would take a miracle for them to catch the Hoops' at this stage of the season.
Last year, over 742,000 people attended more than 1,700 Culture Night activities. This year, the 18th Culture Night programme will take place on September 22nd, and the events ‘coming of age’ promises an even bigger explosion of colour, music, dance and art on the streets of our towns and cities.
Mayo GAA have announced that Mayo Credit Unions is the new official broadcast partner for all Mayo GAA club championship games streamed on Mayo GAA TV this year.
With less than four weeks to go to what will be the 103rd Claremorris Agriculture Show and Trade Fair on August Bank Holiday Sunday 6th, major plans are being put in place by the Show committee and volunteers to ensure that this year's event will be one of the most successful in its long and proud history, embracing the modern with the traditional in what is an annual family and community gathering at the Claremorris Athletic grounds - still known locally as the Racecourse or indeed the Showgrounds.
After what feels like an eternity, Mayo are finally back in competitive fare as they take on Kerry in Killarney this Saturday in Group One, Round 1, of the All-Ireland series. As expected, Louth were confirmed as the remaining team making up Group One after they were mauled by Dublin in the Leinster final by 21 points.
A fourth successive final defeat in Croke Park since 2021, and a second to Mayo this season, what then portents for Galway this season?
Mayo know exactly what they have to do this Sunday when they make the trek to Letterkenny for their final league game of the season. The permutations are simple for Mayo win or draw and they are safe in the top flight for another season, but a loss to the Ulster side and they will be plying their trade in Division Two next year.