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County champions Liam Mellows came from eight points down to beat near neighbours Castlegar by five in the Galway Senior Hurling Championship second round in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
It is 41 years since the Hogan Cup crossed the Mayo border, when St Colman's, Claremorris, claimed the famed schools' football title back in 1977, it is 21 years since a Mayo team competed in the final of the competition when St Gerald's, Castlebar, lost out in Croke Park, and on Saturday it is the turn of Rice College, Westport, to have a crack at glory.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) will be holding a free Brexit advisory clinic in Claremorris on Wednesday.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) will be holding a free Brexit advisory clinic in Claremorris next month.
The North Mayo Heritage Centre has had one of its products shortlisted for the upcoming National Organic Awards, organised by Bord Bia and the Department of Agriculture, Food, and the Marine.
Time comes up against every man at some stage, for Alan Dillon who turns 34 this September it is catching up on his inter-county career a lot quicker than he would like. The Ballintubber play-maker had been a mainstay of Mayo sides going back to his championship debut as a 19-year-old back in 2003 against Sligo. But last year he found himself kicking his heels on the bench and not getting much game time at all, something that he was not used to, but he always had faith in his ability to do a job for the team. "I suppose last year was disappointing. I was competing in training, I don't want to dwell too long on it, it was one of those years that you more or less write off. But I always had belief in what I was doing. I was performing and putting pressure on the As in training," he told the Mayo Advertiser this week.
Twelve months is a long time in sport. This time last year Clarinbridge native Micheál Donoghue and Michael Ryan were helping Eamon O'Shea in the backroom of the Tipperary senior hurling team which was beaten by Anthony Cunningham's Galway. That 2015 All-Ireland semi-final was an epic game with Galway prevailing 0-26 to 3-16.
The Mayo football championship kicked into life in sweltering Mediterranean like conditions last weekend. Defending champions Castlebar Mitchels showed no ill effects from their All-Ireland final nightmare two months ago when they easily accounted for Crossmolina Deel Rovers despite fielding just over half of the team that started in that All Ireland final.
The sun shone across the county all weekend and while the thoughts of many would have been about 99’s and lounging on the beaches from Keem to Old Head, but for the club footballers around Mayo this wasn’t a weekend for soaking up the sun.