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February 06, 2007
FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 8:00pm          Seó Spóirt A live weekly magazine programme that’s a must for sports fans as they prepare for the weekend’s action. The new show is copresented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill, (already well known as the regular presenter of GAA Beo on TG4) and Gemma Ní Chionnaith a presenter with Raidió na Gaeltachta. They will be joined in studio by resident sports pundit Seán Bá..

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February 01, 2007
The East Mayo Foundation Course is on in the GAA Office, Clare Street, Ballyhaunis on next Tuesday evening at 7pm.This course is for all club coaches, National School teachers and anybody interested in getting involved in coaching.Bookings taken on the night or contact Billy McNicholas on 0872497407.

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February 01, 2007
The inaugural Connacht GAA Provincial Coaching Conference takes place in the Mc William Park Hotel, Claremorris GAA grounds and the grounds of St. Colman’s College on Saturday 10th February 2007 at 9.30am.This promises to be an informative and challenging day for all coaches.  The Forum brings together presenters who are leaders in their field at national and international level. Professor Tom Reilly, who will speak on “Physiology Applied to Gaelic Games” is one of th..

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January 29, 2007
GAA BEO ON TG4 – 2007SUNDAY 4 FEBRUARY2:00pm     Coverage starts2:30pm     Live:     Mayo v Kerry - Allianz National Football League, Division 1A, Round 1                 Deferred match:  Westmeath v Laois - Allianz National Football League, Division 1B                ..

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January 29, 2007
Meath                0-22Mayo                 0-10 The Mayo Senior Hurlers were on the wrong end of a twelve point defeat on Sunday last against a more sharper Meath outfit in Navan. Mayo were never allowed get into their stride and were 0-5 to no score down after just 16 minutes of the game, with Meath ace attacker Mick Cole recording four of these points. Mayo drew ..

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January 22, 2007
The National Hurling Director, Paudie Butler will be in Mayo next week as he gives a Workshop on Attacking Play in Hurling. The Workshop will be held on Tuesday 30th January at 7pm in the Breaffy House Hotel Gymnasium, Castlebar. All hurling coaches (both school and club) are invited to attend the workshop. The workshop will be conducted with the Mayo U15 Hurling Development Panel.

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January 22, 2007
Mayo Hurlers Get First Win  Mayo            1-8Carlow IT       0-7 The Mayo Senior Hurlers got their first win of the season with this hard grafted performance against Carlow Institute of Technology at the Carlow college grounds on Sunday last. After the long journey to the South East, Martin Brennans charges put in a spirited second half performance to book a place in the quarter-finals..

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January 18, 2007
A public meeting to explore the possibility of the development of a Juvenile Hurling Club in the Claremorris area will be held on Monday evening the 29th January at 8.30 in the DAlton Inn, Claremorris. Due to the amount of interest in hurling in the local National Schools, the Mayo Hurling Coaching Committee and Claremorris GAA Club wish to invite parents of interested juvenile players or former hurlers who currently live in the Claremorris area to the meeting. It is hoped that a hurling co..

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January 18, 2007
The Mayo Senior Hurlers have a busy weekend ahead, with two ties down for decision. On Saturday, Mayo face Leitrim in the Connacht Hurling Shield Semi Final at Ballyvary. Throw in time for this one is 2.00 with Anthony Flaherty (Roscommon)  appointed to take charge. Manager Martin Brennan will hope to give all his bench a run in this encounter, with many of the central figures being rested for this game. Last weekend, Mayo lost their opening game of the season by seven points to NUIG while ..

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January 15, 2007
NUIG        2-13Mayo        0-12 The Mayo hurlers got their season up and running with this Connacht Hurling Cup first round loss to a sharper NUIG side at Ballyvary on Saturday. Martin Brennans first outing proved a very worthwhile exercise, with Mayo pushing a star studded NUIG side all the way to the end. Two first half NUIG goals from Dara Egan and David Kenny proved crucial as NUIG led at the break by 2-7 to 0-3. May..

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