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There was a double header in Killimor on Sunday in the final round of games of the Windows and Rooflights Senior A Championship when Davitts took on Craughwell and Athenry took on Mullagh.
The Mayo GAA Egan Jewellers Intermediate Football Championship is proving to be tight as always as we head into the final round of group games, with plenty still to play for for the majority of clubs.
The ad men for the sponsors of the All Ireland Minor Championships came up in recent years with the tag line 'This is Major' for their advertising campaign - to emphasise how important the minor championship is for its young stars. Well, for each of the teams battling to become Mayo GAA Intermediate champions, there is no tougher competition to call in Mayo football than the intermediate championship, with at least a dozen, if not all 16 sides, having their eyes set on taking the big prize.
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.
The Chairperson of Moy Valley Resources IRD, David Dwane, has urged local businesses and Mayo County Council to rally behind a collaborative destination marketing project - Mayo North Tourism - in light of an unanticipated reduction of almost 30% to its annual core funding for 2023.
Dunmore MacHales are through to the Connacht intermediate final following their 1-11 to 1-08 victory over Ballyhaunis in McHale Park Castlebar on Saturday afternoon.
The members of national-award-winning Claremorris Musical Society are back doing what they do best!
The Cost of Living Coalition group in Mayo are calling on people to join the local protest at 1pm, Saturday, September 17 at Market Square, Castlebar. The coalition is demanding real action from the Government on the inflationary crisis.
The second round of action in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship saw plenty of thrills and spills last weekend across the county.
ALDI Ireland has announced a dedicated West of Ireland expansion programme which will see the company invest over €63 million and create 140 new full-time jobs and 350 construction jobs across Connacht over the next two years.