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October 22, 2010
We've just updated a selection of pictures from last Sunday's Intermediate football final where Tourmakeady defeated Burrishoole. All pics courtesy of Michael Donnelly. Phone him on 087 2654747 if you wish to order prints. Pics can be seen in the interactive section (see tab at top of homepage).

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October 21, 2010
There's plenty of content in the local papers ahead of Sunday's County Senior Football Final between Castlebar Mitchels and Ballintubber.It is a unique final, with it being Ballintubber's first ever county final and is set to be a very poignant final with the recent deaths of Ger Feeney and Donal McEllin.Of course Ger's sons Alan and Richie are captain and vice-captain respectively of Castlebar while his nephew John Feeney is captain of Ballintubber.Castlebar and Mayo star Tom Cunniffe is a neph..

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October 18, 2010
TF Hotel Mayo Intermediate Football ChampionshipTourmakeady    0-11Burrishoole        0-9McHale Park,Castlebar Tourmakeady provided something of an upset when they triumphed in Sunday's Intermediate football final in McHale Park. The Gaeltacht men went in as underdogs against Colm McManamon's Burrishoole, who were unbeaten all year.However in the final it was Tourmakeady who produced the performance and excellent displays from David Prendergast ..

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October 13, 2010
TF Royal Hotel and Theatre Mayo Intermediate Football Championship FinalBurrishoole v TourmakeadySunday, October 17, McHale Park, Castlebar, 3.30pm throw-in, referee Vincent Neary (Bonniconlon). Sunday's Intermediate football final decider pits together the team who have been most people's favourites for the title this year - Burrishoole - with last year's losing finalists, Tourmakeady.Burrishoole have been marching ominously in the direction of this game since the start of the season - their f..

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October 12, 2010
The sudden and tragic deaths of Ger Feeney (pictured) and Donal McEllin at the weekend has left Mayo GAA in mourning.Both men were associated with the GAA, particularly Ger who starred for Mayo in the 1970s.Their deaths as a result of drowning off the island of Inishboffin has cast a long shadow over the town of Castlebar, the village of Ballintubber - where Ger is originally from - and the wider Mayo community.Both men were very well known and extremely popular. Donal McEllin (63), known a..

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October 11, 2010
The Sports detbate which was being promoted by Castlebar Mitchels and the Mayo Sports Partneship has been deferred to a later date as a mark of respect to Ger Feeney and Donal McEllin who lost their lives in a tragic boating accident this weekend. Both men were active members of Castlebar Mitchels Gaelic Football club. The event will be rescheduled at a later date.

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October 06, 2010
  TF Royal Hotel and Theatre Mayo Junior Football Championship Final   West Mayo rivals go to post in exciting final duel   Parke v Islandeady, Sunday, October 10, McHale Park, Castlebar Throw-in 3.30pm, Referee: Liam Devenney   It was picked from a long way out as a potential decider and one very much to look forward to. And, despite some tough obstacles en route, so it has turned out that West Mayo rivals Parke and Islandeady will go toe to toe in Sunday's Mayo Ju..

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September 30, 2010
Ballintubber man James Horan new Mayo managerJames Horan has been appointed as manager of the Mayo Senior football team following a full meeting of the Mayo GAA County Board last night (Wednesday).The Ballintubber man, who is currently preparing his club's footballers for the county senior football final against Castlebar Mitchels, was the name put forward by the five team selection committee and was rubber stamped by the full meeting of the county board.Thirty-year old Horan has been appointed ..

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September 29, 2010
The dates have been confirmed for the Mayo Senior, Intermediate and Junior football championship finals.First up will be the Junior final clash between neighbours Parke and Islandeady. That will take place in McHale Park on Sunday, October 10. Referee will be Liam Devenney (Ballina).The Intermediate final will follow with Burrishoole lining out against Tourmakeady the following Sunday, October 17 in McHale Park. Referee will be Vincent Neary (Bonniconlon).And matters will round off with the coun..

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September 22, 2010
Down to four in race for Moclair Cup Only four teams remain in the race for the Paddy Moclair Cup and this year's champions will either be a 'sleeping giant' returning to the top after a considerable gap or a club winning their first every senior championship. Knockmore v Castlebar, Sunday, McHale Park, 2pm throw in First up in Sunday's mouth watering double header is a clash between two of the traditional powerhouses in Mayo football when Castlebar take on Knockmore.However both sides will b..

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