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January 20, 2021
Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste Chontae Maigh Eo will be holding a Training Course for voluntary stewards to assist with our games in Páirc Mhíc Éil Castlebar and at club pitches in Mayo for 2021 and beyond. When trained, these voluntary stewards will also be available to assist their clubs with stewarding as the need arises. The purpose of this course is to ensure that there will be a sufficient number of qualified stewards for events at Páirc Mhíc &Eacut..

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January 18, 2021
Connacht Fixtures U-20 Quarter final Apr 3rdRoscommon v Leitrim (A)Semi-Final Apr 10thSligo v AGalway v MayoFinal April 16/17U-17 Q/F Apr 2ndMayo v Roscommon (A)Semi-Final Apr 9thGalway v ASligo v LeitrimFinal Apr 13thAll games played in the COE and finish on the dayAll dates are proposed dates and may change if Government guidelines change

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January 15, 2021
Chris Barrett has today confirmed his retirement from Inter County football. The 33-year-old made the first of his 85 appearances against Derry in the National Football League in 2008. Chris played his 47th and final Championship game in last December’s All Ireland Final against Dublin.After an underage career that included an All-Ireland U-21 title in 2006, 3 Connaught U-21 Titles in 2006, 2007, and as captain in 2008, he went on to win 7 Senior Connaught Titles and a National Football Le..

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January 14, 2021
Congratulations to Maurice Sheridan on being appointed as the Mayo U20 Football Manager. We at Mayo GAA would like to take this opportunity to wish Maurice and his backroom team the very best of luck for the 2021 season.

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January 13, 2021
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January 08, 2021
Statement RE: All Ireland Final COVID BreachMayo GAA has examined the issue of the presence of unaccredited backroom team members at last year’s All-Ireland Football Final after it was recently brought to our attention. Following a review process, all unaccredited members of the backroom team admitted their mistake, apologised sincerely for their actions and have been suspended for 3 months.These individuals attended the game without the knowledge of the County Boards officers and the..

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January 06, 2021
Séamie O’Shea has today confirmed his retirement from Inter-county football. In his 13 seasons in the senior squad he made a total of 96 appearances. He made his senior team debut in the national football league against Derry in 2008. His made the first of his 51 championship appearances during the summer of 2010 against Sligo. Throughout his senior career he claimed seven Connacht titles and one national football league. He also won an All-Ireland U21 title with Mayo in 2006 a..

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January 05, 2021
Tom Parsons has today confirmed his retirement from Inter-county football. He made the first of his 84 senior appearances in the national football league against Derry in 2008. His made his championship debut four months later against Sligo. He played his 36th and final championship game against Tipperary last month in Croke Park.He broke into the senior squad while still an U21 player in 2008 and went on to enjoy a stellar career with Mayo. Over the course of his Senior career he won three Conn..

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January 04, 2021
Mayo GAA are currently recruiting for an U17 and U20 football manager. Clubs have until Friday Jan 8th at 6pm to submit their nominations for the U20 position and until Friday Jan 15th at 6pm to submit their nominations for the U17 position.All nominations should be sent the County secretary via email at secretary.mayo@gaa.ie

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January 04, 2021
David Clarke has today confirmed his retirement from Inter-county football after 20 years of service to Mayo GAA. He made a total of 133 appearances for the Mayo Senior team. He made his league debut in 2002 against Kildare and made the first of his 56 championship appearances three years later against Roscommon. During his 20 years in the senior squad he won eight Connacht titles, two national football leagues and two GAA/GPA All-Stars. At underage level for Mayo he won Minor Connacht titl..

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