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September 16, 2016
Mayo face Dublin in Sunday's All Ireland final in what is a repeat of their 2013 clash.Following a semi-final win over Tipperary four weeks ago manager Stephen Rochford makes just one change to his starting team with Tom Parsons replacing Barry Moran. Mayo & Dublin have had numerous tussles in the last number of years with Dublin winning their most recent championship clash, last years All Ireland semi-final after a replay. Mayo's last win over Dublin was in the 2012, at the A..

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September 09, 2016
The Mayo U21 Hurling Manager John Waldron has named the team to face Meath in the All Ireland U21 Hurling Final in Semple Stadium tomorrow (Saturday). The team shows one change to the side that defeated Roscommon in the semi-final last month with John Judge coming into the side in place of Abbi Abbasi who is unavoidable absent. Tooreen’s David Kenny captains the side from centre back and is hoping to make it a hat-trick of All Ireland victories with Nicky Rackard Cup and All Ireland ..

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September 08, 2016
Following a meeting of the Mayo GAA CCC on Tuesday night and after much debate round 3 of the football championship will now take place on the weekend of October 1st & 2nd. Below is a proposed schedule for the next number of weeks. 23/24/25th SeptMinor A & B Semi-Finals (Friday 23rd Sept)Full round of leagues in 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E & 1F.County Senior Hurling Final (Sunday 25th Sept in Tooreen)  30/01/02 OctMayo GAA Junior C Football Final (Friday 30t..

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September 08, 2016
Friday the 16th September is #CultureNight across Mayo, and the beginning of a very exciting weekend for the county!  Why not get #AllIreland weekend off to a cultural start and enjoy a free night of culture for all the family.  Show your support for Mayo by wearing your jersey to your local Culture Night event.  Full details of the programme available at http://www.culturenight.ie/tax_regional_events/mayo/

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September 08, 2016
Irish rail have announced extra services to Dublin to cover the All Ireland final on Sunday 18th September.There will be extra trains departing from Westport at 8.25am & 8.45am and one from Ballina at 9.10am. Booking on www.irishrail.ie is essential to secure your train ticket. 

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September 06, 2016
The official Mayo GAA team banquet will take place in Citywest hotel on Sunday evening September 18th. Tables of 10 cost €800 or tickets can be purchased individually for €80. Afters tickets can be purchased for €20. All tickets can be bought through the office in MacHale Park. Contact Dermot on 094-9250487 or 087-6219843.

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September 06, 2016
There will be a race night fundraiser taking place in the Oxford Arms, on Camden High St in association with Cairde Mhaigheo London on Sunday 11th September at 6.30pm. There will be a raffle for two All Ireland tickets, a signed Mayo jersey and much more. A great night is guaranteed with all Mayo fans in London urged to get along and try to support the team in their quest for All Ireland glory.

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September 06, 2016
A Night at the Dogs in conjunction with Cairde Mhaigheo and the Mayo Association Galway takes place in the Galway greyhound stadium this Friday September 9th. Gates open 6.30pm. The first race starts at 7.52pm. Tickets available now cost €20. There will also be a draw for All Ireland tickets & other prizes on the night.

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September 06, 2016
On Saturday night September 17th Cáirde Mhaigheo in conjunction with the Mayo Associations around the world will be holding a function for all supporters in Citywest hotel, Dublin. It's for all Mayo GAA supporters to come together on the night and enjoy the build up to the All-Ireland final. There will be special guest pundits on the night including Joe Brolly, Bernard Flynn along with Mayo greats David Brady, John Madden and Willie Joe Padden. It will be covered by Mid-West Radio. I..

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