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Mayo rattled home 5-20 to see off Tipperary with ease and book their place in another All Ireland final - but they left Croke Park with plenty to work on as the Munster champions hit the back of the Mayo net three times and if they had taken the two early goal chances that presented themselves it could have been a very different game.
Due to the ongoing visiting restrictions at Mayo University Hospital it is not possible for family members to visit patients in the hospital, other than in exceptional circumstances, such as end of life or critical care.
In a year like no other, Mayo put in a performance far above anything they had been able to muster in their previous five outings in the league before the action was called to a halt in early Spring.
Knockmore are back in the Mayo Senior Football Championship final after seeing off their nearest and dearest rivals Ballina Stephenites by four points in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon.
This one will sting in Knockmore - they only managed two points in the second half and had a two man advantage for a good six minutes of the last half hour and failed to make it count as a final quarter surge from Ballina Stephenites saw them take the win and top place in the group.
These are unprecedented times. I recall being on a panel on Radio One in January where I expressed my concern about the congesting of the GAA season and - in particular - playing games and fixing the majority of league games from late January through March, when the weather is so unpredictable.
In the 1920s a family named Healy from College Road built three houses on Forster Street. The owner of the first house (next door to Harry Clare’s stonemason’s yard) was a Jewish man named Isaac. He did piano repairs and his daughter was an opera singer. He worked from a shed at the back of the house. In the 1930s he sold the house to John McDonagh from Glann near Oughterard, who was married to Mary Anne Spellman from Fermoyle. They opened a grocery shop and a lending library.
Westport businessman Cathal Hughes has been named the Virginia Gallagher Mayo Person of the Year for 2019 by Mayo Association Dublin.
Galway Food Tours will go touring through Salthill on Wednesday August 22 with everything the food enthusiast could want. Poitin, craft beers, a little jazz and wine, Kombucha, and coffee are just some of the refreshment highlights all paired with signature small plates from the Black Cat, share platters from Oslo Bar, seasonal veggie boards in The Nest, and a sweet treat or two from Murray's local bakery.
The Galway senior hurlers face Limerick this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm) in their rescheduled round five league game, preceded by the Galway footballers against Monaghan with a 12.30pm throw-in.