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While they are far better known for their small ball game, the black and amber Cats from Kilkenny are standing in Mayo's way of reaching the All Ireland Junior Football Championship final tomorrow afternoon in Tullamore. Kilkenny who only field a football team at junior level have progressed to this stage of the competition after winning the British junior crown, travelling over and back to Great Britain for all their games this summer so far. In the final of that championship they saw off the challenge of Scotland to book their final four spot.
Inter-county seasons at senior level have a habit of flying by. Especially when you do not have too many wins.
The Galway ladies footballers will face Cork this Saturday in Parnell Park (3.45pm) in the Tesco Ladies National Football League division one final.
The Galway ladies footballers will face Cork in the Tesco National Football League division one final on May 9 after a comprehensive win over Dublin.
Ballina Stephenites attacker Evan Regan suffered a reoccurrence of the injury that ruled him out of the majority of the Allianz National Football League on Tuesday night in training. The young Ballina attacker broke his collar-bone in training with Mayo which is expected to rule him out of action for another 12 weeks until mid July. This will rule Regan out of action for Mayo’s championship opener against Galway/Leitrim or New York on June 16, with Connacht final taking place on Sunday, July 19.
The Connacht Championship will throw-in, in three weeks time when Galway cross the Atlantic to take on New York, but Mayo are now in a holding pattern for the next nine weekends, until they in all probability take on Galway in Pearse Stadium in the Connacht semi-final. By that stage the Tribesmen should have two wins under their belts as they are down to face Leitrim a fortnight after their Big Apple adventure.
It was a game that had it all and then some more, bar the desired result for Mayo as a late, late Brian Hurley goal saw Cork steal the two points from this national football league encounter in Pairc Ui Rinn. Mayo looked to be heading back up the road with a valuable win under their belts as the game ticked towards injury time. But the hosts had other ideas, Conor Dorman ghosted in behind the Mayo rear guard and flicked the ball across the face of the goal, where the Castlehaven man was arriving just at the right time to flick the ball to the back of the net and condemn Mayo to their third defeat of this years league.
On Sunday afternoon in Elverys MacHale Park the Mayo ladies senior football team will be looking to get back on winning ways when the take on Kerry in the penultimate round of the National Football League.
Mayo will look to make it four wins from five on Saturday evening when Dublin bring the glitz and glamour to Elverys MacHale Park in round five of the National Football League.
Live coverage from Celtic Park where Mayo take on Derry in the National Football League