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August 07, 2008
TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Senior Football Quarter Final draws1 Claremorris v Knockmore, Ref: TBC in TBC2 Charlestown v Castlebar Mitchel’s, Ref: TBC in TBC3 Ballaghaderreen v Ballintubber, Ref: TBC in TBC4 Crossmolina Deel Rovers v Breaffy, Ref: TBC in TBC TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Senior Football Relegation draws1 Burrishoole v Cill tSeadhna, Ref: TBC in TBC2 Louisburgh v Garrymore, Ref: TBC in TBC Both losers will play to determine team to be relegated  TF Royal Hotel & Th..

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August 06, 2008
Ballyhaunis, Tooreen & Westport WinRound 4 of the Mayo Senior Hurling Championship took place last Sunday with all six sides in action. The tie of the round saw defending champions Ballina James Stephens hosting Tooreen, with Tooreen coming out on top on a 2-12 to 1-8 scoreline. Two Tooreen second half goals in the space of a minute from Kenneth Robinson and Martin Devaney, gave the East Mayo charges the edge in what was a physical battle throughout. Ballinas John Tighe got his sides ma..

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August 02, 2008
1. David Clarke (D. Ó Cléirigh) - Beal an Átha2. Keith Higgins (C. Ó hUiginn) - Béal Átha hAmhnais3. Tom Cunniffe (T. Mac Connuibh) - Caisléan an Bharraigh4. Trevor Howley (T. Ó hUallaigh) - Cnoc Mór5. Peadar Gardiner (P. Ó Gardineir) - Crois Mhaoilíona Captain6. James Nallen (S. Ó Nailin) - Crois Mhaoilíona7. Aidan Higgins (A. Ó hÚigin) - Baile an Chathail20. David Heaney..

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July 29, 2008
The Mayo GAA Hurling Cul Camps commence on Wednesday 30th July and run for three days until Friday 1st August. There will be three venues around the county namely Tooreen, Ballyvary and Cong (Moytura HC). The camps run from 10am til 2.30pm daily and are priced at E40 per participant. Children between the ages of six and thirteen are invited while newcomers to hurling/camogie are also welcome. Equipment is provided at the camps but players are advised to bring their own hurley and helme..

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July 28, 2008
Tooreen Storm HomeTooreen                4-15Castlebar Mitchels    1-5After finishing deadlocked just six days earlier, Tooreen totally overpowered an out-of-sorts Mitchels side to claim their third U21A hurling championship in succession. Tooreens Cathal Freeman was the main difference between the sides as he notched up 1-10 of his sides total. An opening half goal from Freeman, along with two goalpoacher strikes fr..

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July 24, 2008
The Mayo hurlers play Carlow in McHale Park, Castlebar this Saturday 26th July at 3pm in the semi-final of the Christy Ring Cup. The referee is Alan Kelly (Galway). This will be the first time that Mayo have reached the penultimate round of the Tier 2 hurling championship. The final of the Christy Ring will be played on the following Saturday 2nd August in Croke Park against the winners of the other semi-final involving Derry and Westmeath. The Mayo hurling management are appealing to ..

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July 23, 2008
Staunton Rescues Mitchels Tooreen                 1-10Castlebar Mitchels     1-10 With a goal and a point in injury time in this U21A hurling county final, Castlebar Mitchels came from behind at the death for a share of the spoils against a hotly fancied Tooreen side. Keith Staunton was Castlebars hero in the dying minutes of the game as his speculative shot found the back of the Tooreen net, while his team..

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July 22, 2008
Draw held in Barretts of Doohoma on Friday 18th July 2008  Prize                Winner                                                       ..

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July 22, 2008
Mayo       3-18Wicklow    1-22 AETin Aughrim.The Mayo hurlers underlined their renaissance under Martin Brennan and Pete Finnerty by overcoming Wicklow in Aughrim to book a place in the semi-finals of the Christy Ring Cup.After leading for much of the game, Wicklow found that they had to depend on two injury time points from Ronan Keddy and corner-back Geoffrey Bermingham to level the match at full-time 1-16 to 2-13 and put the gam..

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July 18, 2008
The Mayo hurling side to face Wicklow in the Christy Ring Cup Quarter-Final next Satuday at 5.00 in Aughrim has been named and shows one change from the team which defeated Kerry a fortnight ago. Into the side at corner forward comes Niall Murphy (Ballyhaunis) in place of Kevin Healy (Ballina - James Stephens). Dual player Keith Higgins (Ballyhaunis) takes his place at wing forward, while Mayo will be captained by Paddy Barrett (Belmullet) from wing-back. Scorer-in-chief against Kerry,..

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