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The Mayo club championship finally gets under way at the weekend and I have no doubt the two most nervous spectators will be Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly especially as the games are on a week later than planned as it will give their county players a week less to get over any niggles or strains picked up to be fit in time to face Galway.
Saturday June 22
Saturday October 8
The draw for the group stages of the Mayo senior, intermediate, junior A and junior B championship took place in McHale Park on Monday night. In the senior championship defending champions, Ballintubber were the first team to be drawn out and will face, Crossmolina, Westport and Garrymore in section A. They will open their account away to Westport in a west Mayo derby, while Crossmolina will travel to Garrymore in round one. In section B, Knockmore, Breaffy, Ballinrobe and Kiltaine will square off with Kiltaine hosting Knockmore on the opening day with Breaffy traveling to Ballinrobe. In the third group Castlebar, Charlestown, Aghamore and Ballaghaderreen will go head to head over the championship. Charlestown and Ballaghaderreen will be the big game on day one in Charlestown. Aghamore will host Castlebar. The last group in the senior championship is made up of Shrule Glencorrib, Ballina Stephenites, Tourmakeady and Claremorris. In the first round Claremorris host last years intermediate champions Tourmakeady and Shurle will travel to Ballina. The full details of the fixtures will be released on Tuesday morning.
Friday July 30
Saturday July 17
Saturday July 10
Michael Walsh Senior League Group 1
Mayo Senior Football Championship
The draw for the 2010 Mayo club championship's was made in the TF Royal on Wednesday night. The full list of groups in the senior, intermediate and junior championships is below. In each group the first two teams named will play in the first round with the first team having home advantage and the third and fourth named teams will play in the first round with the third placed teams having advantage. In any five team group the fifth team will have a bye in round one. For more on the draw see the Mayo Advertiser this Friday or online at www.advertiser.ie/mayo