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Three wins for Mayo clubs

It was a good day on the provincial club scene for the Mayo champions at senior, intermediate and junior level, with Charlestown, Westport and Kiltimagh all recording wins.  Pride of place has to go to the lads from Kiltimagh who claimed the Connacht junior title with a one-point win after extra-time over Galway’s An Spideal.  The teams ended normal time […]

Club Stars shortlist announced

The Mayo News has full details of this year’s thirty nominees for the county’s Club Stars Team of the Year.  Mirroring the way that such baubles are handed out at inter-county level, most of the club nominations have been claimed by players on the teams who made most progress in the championship. As a result, new county champions Charlestown (who […]

Club championship reports

The club championship down on home turf is – as regular readers will know – a bit beyond my remit, what with geographical considerations (I can’t honestly recall when I was at a club championship game in Mayo) and of course my undying, unyielding devotion to Vinnies (though the buggers are already gone from the Dublin championship amid mutterings of […]

End this farce now

Okay, Monday morning, work to be done and all that.  Very little on-field stuff to talk about (certainly nothing of the green and red variety), though when I read the match report this morning about Mark Vaughan’s 1-6 against Corofin on Saturday, I couldn’t help but be reminded about the blonde one’s late, late equalising point in Crokes’ Dublin semi-final […]

Ballagh crash to Sligo champs

Ballaghaderreen’s gallop in the Connacht club championship proved to be a short and unhappy one as they came crashing down yesterday at the first hurdle.  Their three-point defeat to Sligo’s Eastern Harps was a bit of a surprise and, from what I can see in the match reports (here’s the one in the Times and here’s the Indo’s take on […]