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Eight Mayo sides made their way into the last 32 of the Connacht Junior Cup last weekend, with at least one more to join them and potentially another to make it ten, when two games which didn't go ahead last weekend take place over the next few days.
Two of the three Mayo teams left in contention for a spot in the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup will be battling it out for those spots on Sunday afternoon.
Castlebar Celtic wrapped up the Super League title in style last weekend, seeing off Claremorris 5-2 in Celtic Park.
Ballina Town and Westport United kept up their pursuit of Super League table toppers Castlebar Cetlic last weekend, with wins over tricky opponents.
After putting league champions Ballina Town to the pin of their collars last weekend, Super League new boys, Ballyhaunis Town, face another tough examination this weekend when they head to league leaders, Westport United.
On Sunday Westport United will make the long trip to Thurles looking to book a home quarter-final in the FAI Junior Cup when they take on Tipperary Peake Villa in the last 16 of the competition.
The top of the Elverys Sports Super League has a familiar look to it after two rounds of action with defending champions Westport United sitting on top of the pile.
Tomorrow evening sees the Connacht Gold Super Cup quarterfinals down for decision as the league action takes a backseat for a weekend. The line-up sees Ballyglass host league leaders Westport United, Straide and Foxford United will tangle with Castlebar Celtic in Celtic Park, Achill Rovers will host Glenhest Rovers, and Ballyheane will travel north to take on Ballina Town.
The two sides who will be joining the big boys of Mayo junior soccer next season are now known, as Achill Rovers clinched second place in the Premier Division with a dramatic 3-2 win away to Partry Athletic last Sunday. The islanders booked their place as Brandon McGing put them in front for the first time in the game with seven minutes left to ensure they pipped Bangor Hibs to the promotion spot. Partry who were battling to stay in the division themselves took the lead early on through Jason Duddy, before John Kiernan pulled them level five minutes later. Athletic went back in front before the breakthrough, Michael Seoighe heading home. However Achill dug deep and Sean McNamara levelled it up with 24 minutes left on the clock before McGing's late strike sealed the deal for them.
Glenhest Rovers v Conn Rangers