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The organising committee of Fleadh Cheoil Mhaigh Eo 2020 and the Mayo County Board wish to advise that due to the current COVID-19 situation, the decision has been taken to defer the Fleadh Cheoil to a later date, should circumstances allow.
The family of the late Dr Pádraig Carney, the legendary Mayo footballer, is to provide all his medals, some photographs, and other memorabilia, for permanent display in Mayo.
When it comes to the lore of Mayo football, the men of 1950 and 1951 are the benchmark against which all others are still judged, and while all who achieved greatness for Mayo in that period of time are highly regarded, Padraig Carney was one of those held in the highest of esteem.
The Mayo senior football teams of 1950 and 1951 have gone down in both history and folklore among GAA folk the length and breadth of both the county and the country.
The Achill People of the Year Awards were held recently in Óstan Oileann Acla where people from all walks of life were given recognition for their efforts in various fields over the past year.
Team training funds: The Mayo Association Galway, in conjunction with Cairde Mhaigh Eo, is holding a fundraising event in the Galway Greyhound track on Friday September 9. The event has been authorised by the executive of the Mayo County Board and the funds raised will go towards the Mayo team training funds.
Mayo are on the look out for a new senior manager after the resignation of Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly this evening (Friday, October 2). The decision of the pair to step down brings to an end a week of intense speculation around the county after it emerged that the senior panel had at a meeting voted no confidence in the management after just one year in charge of the senior side.