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Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly got their senior management tenure off to a winning start in Elverys MacHale Park on Sunday. The fare on show wasn't anything that will be remembered for long, but it got a few miles in the legs of a a couple of new and some returning faces in green and red.
Staff of the Kavanagh Group recently celebrated the huge feat of raising over €100,000 as a part of their Help Us Help Others campaign for the purchase of the site for new hospice facility in Castlebar. The funds were presented to the Mayo Roscommon Hospice at a special event in The Wyatt Hotel. The money was collected through the tireless efforts of the management, staff and communities of Kavanagh’s SuperValu Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris and Kiltimagh. The significant donation will fund the purchase of the site for the new hospice care facility in Castlebar.
Friday 18 July
Senior Hurling League: Tue 01 Jul, At Woodford, Tommy Larkins v St Thomas 19:30 Ref: Michael Conway; At Tynagh, Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry v Gort 19:30 Ref: Seamus Moran; At Loughrea, Loughrea v Sarsfields 19:30 Ref: Gerry Donoghue; At Craughwell, Craughwell v Clarinbridge 19:30 Ref: Phelim Shaughnessy; At Killimordaly, Killimordaly v Pádraig Pearses 19:30 Ref: Leonard Fay; At Carnmore, Carnmore v Liam Mellows 19:30 Ref: John Keane; At Beagh, Beagh v Kiltormer 19:30 Ref: Gerry O Connor; At Mullagh, Mullagh v Ardrahan 19:30 Ref: Peter Murphy. Wed 02 Jul, At Castlegar, Castlegar v Portumna 19:30 Ref: Alan Kelly.
Division 1: Saturday19 Apr, At Cregg, Annaghdown v Caherlistrane 4pm Ref: Shane Hehir; At Tuam Stars, Tuam Stars v St James 4pm Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Menlough, Menlough v Corofin 6pm Ref: PJ Rabbitte; At Milltown, Milltown v Killererin 6pm Ref: Gerry Guinan; At Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna v Mountbellew/Moylough 6pm Ref: James Molloy;
The only thing that will be remembered for a long time after Friday nights game in MacHale Park, will be a trivia question for years to come. Who was the first Mayo player to get a black card? That unfortunate footnote in history has gone to Moy Davitts' Sean Kelly whose Mayo debut came to a premature end ten minutes after it started, when he was shown to the line as the game crept over into injury time.
The Galway u-21 football panel will head down to Limerick this Saturday afternoon with the prime objective of collecting another All-Ireland at that grade for the county.