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Westport put seven past Charlestown, while Celtic end S&F winning start

Even with eight regulars missing from their starting line-up, Westport United showed no mercy to Charlestown Athletic in the Sportspark on Sunday. No less than seven different Westport United players got on the score sheet in their 7-2 route of the east Mayo side. Westport struck four goals on the bounce from injury time in the first half until the 56th minute of the contest, to turn at 1-0 lead into a 5-0 lead and sap the fight out of a Charlestown Athletic team who up until that point had been doing their best to hang in with home-team.

Portumna hot favourites, but Loughrea can deliver

The Galway senior county hurling final takes place this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.45pm) with perennial favourites Portumna taking on one of the most consistent sides in the county over the past decade, Loughrea.

Hollywood star to narrate Famine Remembrance Symphony Concert in Claremorris

Irish American actor Eric Mabius, who has appeared in almost 30 films and over a dozen major television projects, is to narrate the European Premiere of Patrick Cassidy’s, Famine Remembrance Symphony Concert to be held at St. Colman’s Church, Claremorris, County Mayo on Friday next April 13 next. Mabius who has starred in a lead role in the hit ABC Series Ugly Betty and the critically acclaimed BBC mini-series Outcasts, will be accompanied by the RTE Concert Orchestra and the Tribal Chamber Choir (Galway).

Three Mayo clubs make Volvo top 100 Irish course

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There will be cause for celebration on three golf courses in Mayo this week as they have been included in the Golf Digest Volvo Top 100 ranked Irish golf courses for 2012. Carne Golf Links in Belmullet has climbed four places from last year’s list to number 21 in the rankings, with the two other Mayo clubs making the list being Westport at number 56, down 11 spots from 2011, and Ballinrobe moving up one to number 90.

Strategic Action Plan launched, but plenty of work still to do

Within the concrete bowels of the new stand in McHale Park last Saturday night the possible future direction of GAA in Mayo was launched. There were no bells and whistles to the launch, just a top table, a semi-circle of chairs and a selection of people who have the best interests of GAA in Mayo at heart. Liam Horan was the man tasked with pulling all the possible strands of the plan together, the Ballinrobe club-man had overseen the whole process since his appointment as chairperson of the project last October. A steering committee of 19 people was selected and 10 different areas selected to be examined. In total 86 people contributed to 67 meetings that were held over the past five months to get to last Saturday night and the launch of the document. The areas that were examined were finance and funding, coaching and games development, bridging the gap, bringing through high-potential players, urbanisation and rural depopulation, club-board relations and structures, public relations, harnessing support of Mayo people worldwide, Mayo GAA as a stimulator of economic activity, and hurling and secondary schools.

Tullamore conference to discuss rural jobs

Rural entrepreneurs and rural development activists from all counties will be in attendance at the National Rural Development Conference in the Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore on Wednesday February 2. The conference was due to take place on December 2 but had to be called off due to the weather.

Winter leagues and AGMs top the bill in clubs around the county


Winter leagues finishing off as Spring leagues kick off


Serial thief gets 22 months

An alcoholic burglar, who liked to steal from unlocked cars,was jailed for 22 months at the District Court in Athlone this week (January 27).

Late Late Show falls flat for GAA celebration

Like many other sports fans I am a big admirer of much of the material produced in the RTE sports department on both TV and radio.

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