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October 23, 2008
The Mayo GAA Scór AGM scheduled for this Thursday October 23rd has been postponed due to the untimely death of Seosamh MacGabhann from Kilmovee.Seosamh was very active in all cultural activities in Mayo.  He was a prominent Scór member, supporter, adjudicator and competitor over the years.  Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam usual.The Scór AGM has being rescheduled for Monday November 3rd at 8.30pm in the Welcome Inn Hotel.

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October 21, 2008
The Mayo GAA Cultural Committee  / Scór AGM takes place on Thursday night October 23rd in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar starting at 8.pm.  Please inform your club cultural officer / oifigeach na gaeilge of the date and venue.  Every club delegate is invited to attend on the night.2009 marks the 40th anniversary of Scór and Mayo GAA will be commenorating the occassion with a special Scór / Cultural publication looking back all the past Mayo club me..

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October 20, 2008
Three players from Mayo were in action over the weekend in the annual compromise Hurling and Camogie/Shinty Internationals against Scotland.  Westports Eoghan Madigan took a full part in the Irish U21 side as they ran away with a convincing 1-10 to 1-1 win over their celtic counterparts. The match took place in Durrow, Co Laois and started a trio of Internationals on the day.   In the second compromise game - the Camogie/Shinty International - Mayo was represented on the double by..

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October 18, 2008
The Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final Replay between James Stephens (Ballina) and Tooreen goes ahead this Saturday 18th October at 4.00 in the changed venue of Ballyheane. In the drawn game three weeks ago, Tooreen levelled matters with the final puck of the game to leave a scoreline of 1-16 to 4-7, after Ballina goals from John Duffy and Kevin Healy put their side in front with minutes remaining. The replay promises to be an entertaining affair, with the victors going f..

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September 26, 2008
  1. Roibeard O hIonghaile (Robert Hennelly) - Bréach Mhaigh2. Daithi O Dolain (David Dolan) - Garraí Mór3. Caoimhin O Cathain (Kevin Keane) - Cathair na Mart4. Sean Ó Bruadair (John Broderick) - Clár Chlainne Mhuiris5. Shean MacÉil (Shane McHale) - Cnoc Mór6. Eoin O Raghallaigh (Eoin Reilly) - Caisléan an Bharraigh   7. Shean Macan Fhaille (Shane Nally) - Garraí Mór Captain8. Seamus MacEafarcaigh (James Caffert..

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September 22, 2008
Tooreen 0-11, Castlebar 2-3   Tooreen regained the Under 16A Hurling Championship with a spirited two point win over rivals Castlebar Mitchels in Claremorris. The diminutive Shane Boland was Tooreens hero on the day, as recorded nine points of his sides total - seven of which came from placed balls.   The first half took a long time to settle but Tooreen shaded it going in at the break with a 0-5 to 0-1 lead. Castlebar failed to take advantage of their superior physique with their..

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September 17, 2008
1. Roibeard O hIonghaile (Robert Hennelly) - Bréach Mhaigh2. Daithi O Dolain (David Dolan) - Garraí Mór3. Caoimhin O Cathain (Kevin Keane) - Cathair na Mart4. Sean Ó Bruadair (John Broderick) – Clár Chlainne Mhuiris5. Shean MacÉil (Shane McHale) – Cnoc Mór6. Eoin O Raghallaigh (Eoin Reilly) - Caisléan an Bharraigh   7. Shean Macan Fhaille (Shane Nally) - Garraí Mór Captain8. Seamus MacEafarcaigh (James Ca..

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September 02, 2008
The Mayo U14 Hurling Development Panel travelled to Waterford last weekend as they attended the Tony Forrestal Intercounty Hurling festival for the first time. Mayo were based in Walsh Park in Waterford City on Saturday and began their campaign with a 5-6 to 0-5 win over Armagh. Goals from Fergal Boland, David Kenny, Sean Regan and Adam Gallagher saw Mayo record their opening win of the competition.In their second round-robin outing, Mayo faced holders Wicklow and battled hard throughout against..

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August 22, 2008
1. Roibeard O hIonghaile (R. Hennelly) - Bréach Mhaigh2. Daithi O Dolain (D. Dolan) - Garraí Mór 3. Caoimhin O Cathain (K. Keane) - Cathair na Mart4. Sean Ó Bruadau (J. Broderick) – Clár Chlainne Mhuiris5. Cathal Mac an tSaor (C. Freeman) - Achadh Mór6. Eoin O Raghallaigh (E. Reilly) - Caisléan an Bharraigh   7. Shean O Naili (S. Nally) - Garraí Mór Captain8. Seamus MacEafartaigh (J. Cafferty) - Crois Mhaoilíon..

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August 09, 2008
The Mayo Minor hurling team to play Kildare on Saturday evening at 7.00 in McHale Park, Castlebar in the All-Ireland Minor ’B’ quarter-final has been announced. The team is managed by Dom Greally (Tooreen) and is Mayo’s first competitive outing of the year. Midfield pairing Cathal Freeman and Ciaran Charlton (both Tooreen) will be in action earlier in the day with the Mayo Minor footballers against Monaghan, and it is hoped that they both will come through that g..

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