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Mayo aim to put down the Rebels

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Cora Staunton has been the difference between Mayo winning and losing games on countless occasions down through the years, and last weekend the Carancon ace was once again the one who delivered when they needed it most.

Mayo look to get back on winning ways

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The Mayo ladies senior footballers enter the All Ireland series tomorrow when they head to Pearse Park in Longford to take on Westmeath in round two of the championship.

Mayo look to stop Tribeswomen three in a row bid

On Sunday afternoon in Elvery’s MacHale Park, the Mayo ladies senior football team will face off against their old enemies from south of the border in the Connacht Ladies Senior Football Championship final.

Who is running in Elections 2014

Nominations for the Local Elections on May 23 closed on Saturday.

Clarke throws his hat in for Ballina area

Sitting Ballina Town Councillor, Peter Clarke has thrown his hat in the ring for this month’s local elections declaring in the Ballina Municipal District. Setting out his reasons for going forward for election he said, “I am a native of O’Rahilly Street, Ballina and have been involved in politics for the last 24 years. For the last 10 years I have been elected to Ballina Town Council working for the betterment of Ballina and north Mayo. If elected to Mayo County Council my aims are to reduce the commercial rates of businesses and to make sure the ratepayers’ money stays in Mayo.”

Locals saddened as herons killed in Belleek Woods

There have been strong calls to designate scenic Belleek Woods on the banks of the River Moy in Ballina a wildlife sanctuary after a number of young herons were killed this week during tree felling by Coillte.

Locals saddened as herons killed in Belleek Woods

There have been strong calls to designate scenic Belleek Woods on the banks of the River Moy in Ballina a wildlife sanctuary after a number of young herons were killed this week during tree felling by Coillte.

Moyles signs on with ladies’ team

IT Sligo manager and former Mayo junior team manager, Michael Moyles has joined up as part of the Mayo ladies management team for this year. The Crossmolina native will be coming on board with Peter Clarke’s current management team who are going into their second year in charge of Mayo.

Ballina councillors want revenue raised in the town to stay in the area

The members of Ballina Town Council passed a motion on Wednesday night calling for the revenues raised in the town from rates and parking charges and other levies usually imposed by the town council to be spent in the town following the abolition of the council next year.

Ladies ready for Kingdom challenge

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St Brendan’s Park, in Birr, will host the next stage of the Mayo ladies’ senior team’s road towards a fifth All Ireland senior title and a first in a decade. On Saturday at 12.30pm they will face off against Kerry in the All Ireland quarter-final having seen off Westmeath with ease in the last round of qualifiers after they were beaten by Galway in the Connacht final in Tuam.

 

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