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September 11, 2006
Tooreen v Castlebar Mitchells on Sat 16th September at 3.00 in Ballyvary Ref: Gerry Kilbride (Ballyhaunis)   Current champions Tooreen face up and coming Castlebar Mitchells in the County U16 Hurling Championship final in Ballyvary on Saturday next. Tooreen will be hot favourites for this tie after their win earlier in the year in the U16 league.   The Tooreen side will be made up of many players who represented Mayo in the All-Ireland U16B Championship earlier in the year with ..

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August 28, 2006
Sunday, August 27 BANK OF IRELAND ALL-IRELAND SFC SEMI-FINAL Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-16 Mayo will face Kerry in the 2006 All-Ireland football final after overcoming Dublin in one of the most exciting championship games Croke Park has seen in recent years. There was controversy even before the game kicked-off. Mayo were first out of the changing rooms and immediately began warming up in front of the Hill. When the Dublin team emerged some five minutes later, they too began warming ..

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August 24, 2006
Team: D Clarke; D Geraghty, D Heaney (capt), K Higgins; A Higgins, J Nallen, P Gardiner; R McGarrity, P Harte; AN Other, G Brady, A Dillon; M Conroy, C Mortimer, C MacDonald. Mayo have left a vacancy on the half-forward line in their team to face Dublin this weekend in the All-Ireland semi-finals. The position has been left free as questions remain about the fitness of Billy Joe Padden, who is nursing a hamstring injury. Mayo manager Mickey Moran has made three positional switches in hi..

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August 22, 2006
The Mayo Minor Hurlers play their All-Ireland U18 C Hurling Final against Tyrone on Saturday next 26th August at 3.30 in Garrison, Co. Fermanagh. This is Mayos third year in a row getting to this final but have been defeated in both previous outings by Monaghan in 2004 and by Armagh in 2005. Little is known of their Tyrone opposition other than they have qualified for this final with victories over Armagh, Donegal and Down. Mayo, whose campaign began in early July, have had impressive victo..

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August 22, 2006
 Draw No.4  Held in “The Broad Haven Hotel”, Belmullet on  Weds. 16th  Aug.  2006     Ticket             Prize               Winner 1.     1671                €5000         &..

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July 29, 2006
Mayo GAA Club Development Draw 2006   Draw No.3  Held in Breaffy GAA Clubhouse   Weds. 26th  July  2006 Ticket             Prize                           Winner 1.     3324              &n..

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July 23, 2006
Mayo End Campaign with Win   Mayo                 2-15 Roscommon       5-02   The Mayo U16 Hurlers rounded off their campaign for 2006 with a hard fought win over Connacht neighbours Roscommon in this U-16B tie played in Roscommon on Saturday evening last. The victory was sealed from the exploits of Tooreen pair Joey Ganley and Kenny Feeney who between them struck 1-1..

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July 20, 2006
Early Hoban Goals Stun Sligo   Mayo             5-8 Sligo             1-5   Four goals inside the first twelve minutes of this All-Ireland Minor C Championship game, all coming from on-song corner forward Stephen Hoban was the main statistic from this game, as the result of this tie was never in doubt from that moment on. In a blistering opening to the game by ..

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July 17, 2006
  Monday, July 17  The Games Administration Committee of the GAA have announced the dates and venues for the 4th Round of the Bank of Ireland football championship qualifiers. They are: -- July 29th -- Killarney 17.00: Kerry v Longford Pearse Stadium 19.00: Galway v Westmeath -- July 30th -- Enniskillen 14.00: Fermanagh v Donegal Portlaoise 16.00: Laois v Offaly The times and venues for the ESB Minor football championship quarter finals and the ..

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July 17, 2006
BANK OF IRELAND CONNACHT SFC FINAL Mayo 0-12 Galway 1-8 Conor Mortimer won a 41st Connacht SFC title for Mayo with a stoppage time free at Castlebar. A disappointing decider came to a gripping climax, as Michael Donnellan failed to send over a free kick chance that would have sent the tie to a replay in front of a sell-out crowd of almost 35,000. Mayo contrived to kick themselves out of it in the first half, with nine wides and at least two missed goal chances. Despite e..

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