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Mayo AC members compete in National 10k Championships

There were 16 Mayo AC finishers in last weekend’s National 10k Championships which took place in the Phoenix Park over a notoriously tough course, made even harder by a strong blustery wind along with a number of hail showers.

Casey’s Call

It is 11 am, Wednesday morning, May 6, and I am just in the door from my five night New York adventure.

The man behind the main man

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While most of the attention that is paid to the Mayo sideline is concentrated on what James Horan is doing and possibly thinking, one of his main lieutenants, Tom Prendergast, is as much an important cog in the Mayo wheel. Horan’s trusted ally since their days together with Ballintubber is another deep thinker on the game, but likes to keep things simple when talking about how Mayo have got to where they are. “It's like everything in life, you get out of it what you put into it,” he said last week.

Mayo are bona fide All-Ireland contenders

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While Galway were incredibly poor last Sunday and some of their defensive errors could be made into a coaching video on "what not to do in possession", you really had to admire how Mayo went about their business.

Galway’s Medtronic through to Connacht final

Medtronic (Galway) 3-14

Golf

Balla Golf club

New Labour councillor elected

Kilkenny County Council received a new member at this month’s meeting.

Phelan — It’s hard to say good-bye

It was with mixed emotions that Labour Deputy Ann Phelan left the council chambers for the last time this week, as she made her way towards pastures new in Dail Eireann.

James Horan takes up the challenge

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The future of Mayo football was given a new direction on Wednesday night when James Horan was appointed as the new manager of the Mayo senior football team for a term of three years. The Ballintubber manager who this year guided his club to their first senior county final was put forward by the five man interview committee and ratified by the county board delegates at a county board meeting. Horan won two All Stars during his playing career for the county, lining out 57 times for Mayo between his debut in 1995 in the national football league and his last game in 2002 against Cork in the All Ireland quarter final. He scored 4-83 for Mayo over his seven year inter county career. Horan’s back room team will be made up of James Nallen, Martin Connolly and Paul Jordan, Tom Prendergast, Dr Sean Moffatt, Paul O’Grady, Joe Dawson, Liam Moffatt, and Ed Coughlan.

 

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