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October 26, 2006
GAA BEO will broadcast this Sundays Mayo County Final between Crossmolina Deel Rovers and Ballaghaderreen on TG4.  Watch the action unfold from 3:00 pm.  Throw-in at 3:15pm

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October 18, 2006
Paudi Butler - the National Hurling Director - will be in An Sportlan, Castlebar on Tuesday the 31st October from 6pm til 8.30pm to give a Hurling Coaching Workshop for all club and school coaches in Mayo. The Workshop will be in two sections with a theory section and a practical on-field session. The practical element will be done with the Mayo U14 Hurling Development Panel. The primary aim of the workshop is to upskill our coaches and to see at first hand new and innovative hurling coachi..

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October 16, 2006
Connacht U16 Club Hurling Championship Semi Final Sat 21 Oct at 4:00   Athleague/Tremane v Tooreen, Ref: TBA in Athleague            Mayo U16 Hurling Champions Tooreen put their Connacht U16 Club Title on the line as they face Roscommon champions Athleague/Tremane in Athleague on Saturday next at 4.00. After last years Connacht Final victory over Galway B Champions Beagh, Tooreen will be looking to emulate last years run&nb..

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October 15, 2006
Belmullet and Mayo Hurler Paddy Barrett has been chosen in the elite Christy Ring Champion 15, becoming the second ever Mayo recipient after Keith Higgins picked up the inaugural Mayo prize last year. The Christy Ring Champion 15 is the second tier All-Stars in Hurling, and will be presented at a special function in Croke Park on November 18th . The recipients are chosen by the managers of opposing teams after each Christy Ring game, with the player recieving the most votes f..

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October 08, 2006
The U12 Leagues drew to a close this weekend with the U12B Final in which Ballina were victors. The U12A final was won by Castlebar A last weekend. In total 21 games were played in these leagues with no matches dropped and with both competitions finished on schedule. Many thanks to all our coaches, referees, parents, administrators and players for the smooth running of the competitions.   The highlight of this year’s U12 League was the inclusion of Moytura, who showed that they..

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October 03, 2006
Paudi Butler - the newly appointed National Hurling Director - was in Mayo recently passing on his vast knowledge of the ancient game, as he gave a Hurling Coaching Workshop in the East Mayo Hurling strongholds of Ballyhaunis and Tooreen.   A group of over forty full-time, part-time and club hurling coaches from around Connacht were present as the Tipperary native delivered the theoretic element of his Workshop in the Connacht Council Offices in Ballyhaunis before travelin..

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September 24, 2006
Legendary RTE GAA commentator Micháel O’Muircheartaigh will be in Mayo next week to meet and greet Mayo GAA club officers from all around the county. Ó Muircheartaigh will be special guest at a meeting of the Mayo GAA club Oifigigh na Gaeilge (Irish Club Officers) in the county at the Welcome Inn on Wednesday next October 4th. "We’re delighted that Micháel is available to come to Mayo and talk to the Irish club officers," Mayo GAA Oifigeach na Gaeilg..

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September 18, 2006
Sunday, September 17 BANK OF IRELAND ALL-IRELAND SFC FINAL Kerry 4-15 Mayo 3-5 A dramatic All-Ireland final served up seven goals and contained a number of complex individual battles but essentially it was a simple affair. The best team in the country won the ultimate prize. In many respects it was a complete footballing performance from Jack OConnors Kerry side as they collected the countys 34th senior crown in the 119th final. All six of the Kingdoms forwards contributed to end tally an..

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September 14, 2006
Comhghairdeas le Micheal S. Breathnach buaiteoir an chomórtais ar RTÉ Raidio na Gaeltachta. Feagra na ceiste Maigh Eo 0-15 Laois 0-15. Micheal S. Breathnach Doire an Mhianaigh Tuar Mhic Eadaigh Maigh Eo

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September 14, 2006
Mayo have made one change for Sundays Bank of Ireland football final against Kerry. Kevin ONeill, who made a first class impression when introduced against Dublin in the semi-final, is named at right corner forward in place of Michael Conroy. ONeill was a constant thorn in the Blues side after being introduced as a sub and scored two points during the Croke Park classic. Mayo (v SF Kerry): David Clarke, Dermot Geraghty, David Heaney, Keith Higgins, Aidan Higgins, James Nallen, Peada..

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