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Westport make another statement and Mitchels head into last eight
The second round of action in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship saw plenty of thrills and spills last weekend across the county.
Still all to play for after round two of senior championship
Round two of the Mayo senior championship certainly threw up a few surprises, some shock results and some brilliant team and individual displays across all four groups.
The fun and games begin as senior championship starts
It's Christmas week for football fans this weekend with the start of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship.
Senior league quarter finals sees club season ramp up
With just four weeks to go to the start of the club championships in Mayo, the club season will move up a gear this weekend with a number of league quarter-finals taking place across the divisions.
The Linen Hall at Castlebar
The Mayo Flax Growers List 1796 is an important genealogical source for those searching for their Mayo ancestry. It is, however, much more than that. Published by the Irish Linen Board, the long list of names demonstrates the degree to which people from Killala to Cong and Kilmovee to Kilmeena became involved in the growing of flax for linen production.
Gaels look to blow over Ballyhaunis believers
Somewhere along the N17 on Saturday morning the Mayo Gaels faithful will be joined on the road by the believers from Ballyhaunis as they both make their way to Charlestown for what promises to be a thrilling Mayo Intermediate Football Championship final.
Contenders stand up and show their credentials
Anyone that was of the opinion that Knockmore were on the slide and that the reigning champions weren't capable of holding onto their crown after losing out to Belmullet in round two, had their concerns emphatically answered after Ray Dempsey's team did a demolition job on Charlestown Sarsfields in round three in Breaffy winning, by 3-15 to 2-10.
GAA: Mayo GAA SFC Round Two
After two rounds of action in the Mayo senior championship, it’s still all to play for, for most clubs heading into round three next weekend.
A weekend of ups and downs
I envisaged a surprise result or two in the senior championship last weekend. I didn't expect it to occur in Tallagh where county champions Knockmore came unstuck against Belmullet who made a mockery of the odds in a very low scoring contest winning by 2-04 to 1-04.
Moving day approaches in the senior championship
The pedal remains firmly stuck to the floor in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship this weekend with round two coming hot on the heels of round one last weekend.