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Mayo set sail on another adventure when Mourne men come calling

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It’s going to be something very different for Mayo on Saturday for a number of reasons.

Portwest — backing local jobs, local sport and people

It was announced earlier this year that, for the first time in twenty-four years, Intersport Elvery’s would share their position on the Mayo GAA jersey with a second sponsor. This sponsor was later revealed to be Portwest, the Westport workwear company that has made its mark as the fastest growing workwear company worldwide.

Portwest: We’re #BackingLocal – local sports, local jobs, and local people

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It was announced earlier this year that, for the first time in twenty-four years, Intersport Elvery's would share their position on the Mayo GAA jersey with a second sponsor. This sponsor was later revealed to be Portwest, the Westport workwear company that has made its mark as the fastest growing workwear company worldwide.

Portwest: We’re #BackingLocal – local sports, local jobs, and local people

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It was announced earlier this year that, for the first time in twenty-four years, Intersport Elvery's would share their position on the Mayo GAA jersey with a second sponsor. This sponsor was later revealed to be Portwest, the Westport workwear company that has made its mark as the fastest growing workwear company worldwide.

Horan sets out his stall for season ahead

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Just over a year ago a screeching halt was called on life as we knew it and with it the action on the sporting field.

O’Connor confident for future despite departures

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Mayo forward Diarmuid O’Connor believes the defending Connacht champions have the depth of talent in the squad to thrive, despite the retirement of some of their most experienced players in the off-season.

Record breaker O'Connor looking to point Mayo to victory

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It might not have been the 6-12 he joked last week about that he scored against Davitts in an underage club game back in the day, but the 4-9 that Cillian O'Connor netted in the All Ireland semi-final win over Tipperary was another record in the ledger for Cillian O'Connor - but there is one piece still missing that Ballintubber man craves from his roll of honour.

McDonald adding new elements to the Mayo mix

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James Horan has guided Mayo to the All Ireland semi-final stage again - it will be the counties ninth appearance in the final four since 2012.

Oranmore pitch will be lost to hockey if pitch goes 3G

Galway hockey clubs are up in arms over the proposed loss of a playing pitch in Oranmore, which is used by players throughout the county.

The Street Leagues

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In the early 1950’s, a group of people calling themselves Coiste na n-Óg came together to try to improve the standard of Gaelic games in the city and they came up with the idea of a streets league. They divided up the city into sections and their teams were named as follows: St Anthony’s represented Newcastle; Western Stars was the name given to the team drawn from Father Griffin Road, Dominick Street, Henry Street, and ‘The West’; “98s” were from Bohermore/Woodquay, they were named after a famous Bohermore 98s team who were established in 1898, the centenary of 1798; Father Lally’s represented Shantalla, so named after a 19th century progressive charismatic parish priest of Rahoon; St Nicholas’ was the name given to the Claddagh teams; The boys from Salthill were simply known as Salthill. The lads from the Industrial School in Lower Salthill were known as St. Joseph’s they played in the under-14 league as did Club Mhuire and Naomh Pádraic

 

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