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Derry date for Mayo on Sunday

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Mayo will make the long trek to Celtic Park on Sunday to take on Derry in the fourth round of the National Football League. This will be the third Ulster opposition that Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly’s side have faced on the bounce after their loss to Tyrone in round two, and their win over Monaghan last Sunday.

Galway Ladies suffer one-point loss to champs

Galway suffered their first loss in division one of the Tesco National Football League when champions Cork edged this round four contest at Mourneabbey on Sunday.

Holmes happy with improvement shown

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Mayo joint manager Pat Holmes was happy with his sides performance on Sunday in their win over Monaghan, but there's still plenty room of improvement he said: “We created loads of chances, we have a bit of work to do yet and things to improve on, but we were looking for an improvement on our performance the last day, we would have been disappointed with that but we knew that we were better than we showed the last day and in fairness to the boys they came out and played very, very well.”

O'Shea stars as Mayo run out easy winners

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Mayo picked up their second win in this years National Football League on Sunday in Elverys MacHale Park, when they saw off Monaghan in an ill disciplined affair that saw two Monaghan players sent off, along two black cards being issued by referee Rory Hickey in a contest that was punctured by numerous scuffles off the ball. In truth Hickey seemed to lose control of the game early in the second half as fracas broke out all over the field.

Farney army come calling to Castlebar

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The last time Mayo faced Monaghan in the National Football League was four years ago, they lost out to the Ulster men by two points in the village of Inniskeen. Mayo’s visit back then to the home of Patrick Kavanagh gave them plenty of food for thought and set them off on an adventure that would see them reach two All Ireland finals and two All Ireland semi-finals over the next four summers.

In-form Galway Ladies now face a wounded Cork

Galway Ladies have gone top of the National Football League’s division one after a super 4-15 to 1-6 victory over Tyrone in Tuam on Sunday.

Ladies look to bounce back against Laois

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The Mayo Ladies senior football team will be looking to bounce back from their opening day defeat to Cork in Swinford on Sunday when they head to the midlands to take on Laois.

Mayo look to keep up winning ways against Harte’s men

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There is one thing for sure about Sunday’s National League game against Tyrone and that is Mayo will not be underestimating the challenge facing them when Tyrone come to town.

Footballers seek to build winning momentum against Westmeath

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The Galway footballers will head to Cusack Park in Mullingar on Sunday in good spirits to take on Westmeath (2pm) in the second round of the National Football League.

Solid Mayo see off the champions

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In what was a battle of black and blue in Killarney, Mayo started their national league campaign by showing their respect for Kerry by forming a guard of honor for the All Ireland champions when they entered the field.


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