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Carnacon back looking for more glory

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Just as Halloween is about to roll around again for another year, one of the other seemingly annual events is also coming up this weekend, Carnacon are in a Connacht senior club final and the favourites for victory.

Carnacon look to defend their title

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For five of the past six years, the All Ireland Ladies senior club championship has been taken home by one of this year’s finalists. And on Sunday it will be making it’s way to either Donaghmoyne from Monaghan for a third time or back west with green and red ribbons on its handles to Carnacon for the fourth time.

Carnacon looking for lucky number four

Having picked up three ladies’ All Ireland senior club titles inside the past decade Carnacon are back in the final on Sunday and looking to turn that triple of championships into a quadruple. The girls in green and red have made their way back to the final this year and after narrowly losing out to Inch Rovers from Cork in last year’s showpiece, they will have extra motivation to make this All Ireland number four for the central Mayo club. Standing in their way in Ballymahon in two days’ time will be Dublin and Leinster champions, Na Fianna. The Dublin ladies saw off the challenge of Munster and Cork champions Donoughmore by four points at the start of the month.

Carnacon look to inch over the line again

n Banagher on Sunday, weather permitting, Carnacon and old foes Inch Rovers will come face to face with the All Ireland senior title at stake. Sunday’s meeting in Offaly will be the third meeting of these sides in the final in four years, with Carnacon winning both finals and now looking to make it three out of three against the Cork club. The 2007 meeting in the final saw Carnacon win out by 11 points on a score of 2-14 to 1-6, while in 2008 putting back to back titles together Carnacon won by five points to seal their double.

Carnacon go looking for two in a row

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With the winter biting at their heels when they take to the field in O’Connor Park in Tullamore on Sunday, Carnacon go searching for their third All Ireland senior club championship crown and their second on the trot. Some things in life are inevitable such as death and taxes, but so it seems are Carnacon at the business end of the club championship season. It seems like a lifetime ago when another Mayo club was able to escape their clutches and try and make a steal into Connacht and beyond.

Carnacon back in familiar territory

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Carnacon in an All Ireland semi-final is as familiar a sight as the feeling of heartbreak that comes each summer when Mayo crash out on their chase for Sam Maguire. And this Sunday the central Mayo girls are back on old familiar ground, if the venue is one they would have liked to avoid.

Ladies All Ireland senior semi-final Carnacon back in familiar territory

Carnacon in an All Ireland semi-final is as familiar a sight as the feeling of heartbreak that comes each summer when Mayo crash out on their chase for Sam Maguire. And this Sunday the central Mayo girls are back on old familiar ground, if the venue is one they would have liked to avoid.

 

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