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Manulla crash out while Ballina pull off big win

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Manulla exited the Connacht Junior Cup at the fifth round stage on Sunday in Carramore, when they lost 3-1 to visitors Corrib Celtic.

Local golf results from around the clubs

Oughterard Golf Club: Lady Captain’s Day (Valerie Heery) results, Kathleen Lee (36) 75; Noreen Maloney (16) 68; Gross Maire Ní Mhaille (13) 92; Etta Ruane (24) 75; Raymonde Staundun (19) 75; Cait Kelly (29) 76; Ursula Hernon (17) 77; Nancy McAleer (22) 77; Cat 1, Mary Molloy (14) 79; Laura Gore (15) 82.; Patricia Lee (18) 83. Cat 2, Peggie Blehein (23) 78; Debbie Ann Leonard (24) 79; Aine Bhreathnach (24) 79; Cat 3, Emily Walsh (30) 78; Phil O’Reilly (29) 80; Muriel Walsh (36) 80; Front 9: Pauline Deacy (36) 34; Back 9: Maureen Quigley (24) 39.

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Oughterard Golf Club: Lady Captain’s Day (Peggy Blehein), Maebh Malone (28) 70; Raymonde Standun (18) 72; Gross Ursula Hernon (17) 89; Mary Farrell (20) 76; Ann Walsh (35) 76; Cat 1, Isolda Claffey (13) 78; Cat 2, Alice Murphy (27) 78; Cat 3, Mary Mylotte (29) 79; Front 9, Monique Bolger (26) 37; Back 9, Deirdre O'Donovan (22) 35; Past captain, Barbara Richardson (21) 84; Committee, Ann Faherty (24) 83; Veterans, Cait Kelly (27) 81; Ladies’ guest, M Ryan; Men’s guest, C O'Reilly; Men's 12 hole, D Begley (13) 28.

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•The Salthill Devon Golf AM-AM is taking place in Oughterard Golf Club on Friday July 9. Teams of four €200. Tee-times for the day can be booked by calling Paul Fitzpatrick 087 6855029 or emailing [email protected]

Paddy Moran memorial cup

The final of the Paddy Moran memorial cup is down for decision tonight, Friday April 16 in Pat Moran’s pub, Spencer Street Castlebar. The cup final is a key part of the darts season in Castlebar and is held in honour of one of the great men involved in the game in the town over the years. The semi final stages of the competition took place during the week with Rocky’s seeing off the Harp B 5-1. It will be a next door neighbour’s final with Coxes seeing off the Castle Inn 5-1 also on Tuesday night.

Gerald’s go in quest of All Ireland final spot

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Thirteen years after St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, made their only appearance in a Hogan Cup final, this weekend the Castlebar school go in search their second appearance in the showpiece occasion of colleges’ football. Joe McCabe’s side easily saw off the challenge of Sligo’s Summerhill in the Connacht final where they had the game wrapped up by half time and survived the mistake of entering a sixth sub into the fray with time almost up to book this weekend’s clash. Standing in their way is the formidable challenge of St Colman’s, Newry, who beat Omagh CBS in the MacRory Cup final this year by 1-14 to 1-8 bridging a 12 year gap between their last Ulster titles.


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