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Returning stars will have to fight for their places

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“I would love a situation where the four girls couldn’t make the team, I’d be a very happy man” said Mayo Ladies Senior Manager Peter Leahy on Sunday afternoon after watching his side see off Donegal in their league opener in Swinford.

Reilly and Rowe's goals send Mayo Ladies into All Ireland semi-final

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Goals in each half from Maria Reilly and Sarah Rowe, combined with a driving performance from the back by Danielle Caldwell helped Mayo book their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final with victory over Armagh.

Leahy ready for challenge as Mayo Ladies gear up for new season

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Exciting and challenging are the words used by Mayo Ladies senior manager, Peter Leahy, when describing the upcoming National League campaign. The green and red have been busily preparing over the past three months and are now looking forward to getting onto the pitch.

Another week of drama on the ladies football front

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It has been another tumultuous week in the Mayo Ladies football scene.

Mayo Ladies look to see off Cavan after dramatic week off the field

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The Mayo Ladies have found themselves back in the headlines this week for reasons off, rather than on the field.

EY Entrepreneur of the Year Harry Hughes keynote speaker at Claremorris Career Day

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Senior cycle and pre-senior cycle students, and their families, are invited to attend the second annual Claremorris Career Day 2018, which takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, on Saturday, January 20 (11am to 2pm).

Ladies look to book final spot

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Tomorrow afternoon in Birr, Frank Browne's Mayo Ladies' side will be putting their 100 per cent league record on the line when they take on Kerry in the National League semi-final with a spot in the final up for grabs. It has been a seriously impressive league season so far for this side who have swept all before them in the group stages, picking up seven wins from seven games to top the division, finishing nine points in front of the four sides below them in the table who all finished on 12 points. That led to its own confusion and controversy with Armagh initially being told that they had made it into the last four only for it to emerge that it was Mayo's opponents Kerry who had qualified for the play-off spot.

 

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