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Mayo focused on the challenge ahead

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As of Wednesday night, there are no new major injury concerns for Mayo according to James Horan. The Mayo manager met the assembled local and national press corps in Breaffy House and when quizzed on the injury front the Ballintubber man said that, “I don’t think there’s anything new since I talked to you last. Some of the guys who were out injured are making good progress.” The two main injury concerns coming out of the last two games, Michael Conroy and Tom Cunniffe, were coming along well according to Horan on Wednesday night. “Mickey [Conroy] trained last night and played very well so he’s back up and running, so we’re delighted with that.” On Cunniffe, who twinged a hamstring, the Mayo boss said: “He’s making good progress, the medical team are working very hard with him. He’s not back training yet, but he’s very close to it. Some of these are seven to 10 day ones and you’ve to see how they pan out.”

Day of destiny for Mayo in Oscar Traynor Cup

It's a simple task for Mayo on Sunday: win the game and book their place in the last eight of this season's Oscar Traynor Cup; while for Galway all they need is a point to reach their the last eight.

Buccs away to Dungannon

Buccaneers head north to Stevenson Park where they tackle Dungannon in the AIB League division 1B on Saturday afternoon, November 14, kick off 2.30 pm. Buccs will be bidding to maintain the momentum fired by back to back wins after a difficult opening sequence to the season, and victory in Co Tyrone would see the midlanders climb above the Ulster club in the league table.


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