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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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July 13, 2006
Mayo Stroll to Easy Win Mayo             2-17 Longford         0-04   The difference in class was evident from the off in this tie as Mayo ran out easy winners in this All-Ireland Minor C Hurling Championship match held in Ballyhaunis on Wednesday evening last. Mayo went into this game without eight of their first choice players due to their commitments with the county U21 team against Monaghan in Lon..

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June 26, 2006
BANK OF IRELAND CONNACHT SENIOR FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL Mayo 1-10 Leitrim 1-9 Fourteen man Mayo held on in Carrick on Shannon to set up a Connacht final date with Galway next month. This was not vintage Mayo, as they huffed and puffed their way to a one point win. Leitrim pushed them all the way, scoring 1-4 without reply in the last twenty minutes. Pat Harte, who was having a man of the match performance in the midfield, was sent off in the 50th minute and that triggered the Leitr..

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June 15, 2006
Division 1 Tooreen NS     3-6    St Pats (Castlebar)    3-6 (Replay next Wednesday at 4.00 in Castlebar)   Division 2 Knock NS       3-7    St Pats B (Castlebar) 2-1   Division 3 Aghamore / Coogue    3-5    Logboy/Gaelscoil De Burca    3-1

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June 08, 2006
The Cuman na mBunscoil hurling finals take place next Wednesday 14th June commencing at 4.00 in McHale Park, Castlebar. The opening game of the evening sees the Division 3 (Small Schools Amalgamated) Final with Aghamore NS / Coogue NS taking on Logboy NS / Gaelscoil De Burca. This game is followed at 5.00 by the Division 2 Final which pits Knock NS with St Pats B from Castlebar. The Division 1 final will commence at 6.00 and sees Tooreen NS take on St Pats A (Castlebar).

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June 06, 2006
With less than two weeks left to the All-Ireland U14 Feile na nGael Hurling Championships in Cork, the young hurlers of the Castlebar Mitchells Hurling Club and the Tooreen Hurling Club are preparing diligently for the largest weekend underage hurling festival in Ireland. The tournament will commence on Friday 16th June and will run until the finals in Pairc Ui Caoimh on Sunday 18th June. Both sides qualified to represent their county in their respective divisions due to their fine achieveme..

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June 01, 2006
1st Prize - Ford Fiesta Alan O’Dowd, Shrule 2nd – 3rd Prizes - €1,000.00 Thomas McDonnell, Clogher, Westport Thomas Coyle, Tallaghan Duff, Geesala 4th – 10th Prizes - €500.00 Jackie Cadden, Tooreen, Crossmolina Breege Staunton, Kilsallagh, Louisburgh Sean Hoban, Erriff, Liscarney, Westport Bartley Lydon, Woodquay, Galway Michael Grady, Murrisk, Westport Liam Higgins, Ballinahaglish, Ballina David Grimes & Lorraine Fox, Mile Hill, Ballinrobe ..

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May 29, 2006
BANK OF IRELAND CONNACHT SENIOR FOOTBALL QUARTER-FINAL Mayo 1-18 London 0-8 Mayo have booked their place in the Connacht SFC semi-final after taking a 1-18 to 0-8 win away from their trip to London. The Exiles acquitted themselves well but Mayo simply overpowered them thanks mostly to a sterling performance from corner-back Conor Mortimer. The Westerners failed to ignite in the opening period as London benefited from the breeze at their backs but three points apiece from Mortimer..

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May 07, 2006
Mayo captured the 2006 All-Ireland U21 football title with a superb 1-13 to 1-11 victory over favourites Cork at Cusack Park in Ennis. From a shaky start the Mayo men clicked into gear and defeated Cork by two points in a stitting match. Cork were two points up inside the opening eight minutes thanks to John Hayes and Daniel Goulding but Mayo replied with an Aidan Kilcoyne effort. The Rebels restored their two-point cushion before Michael Conroy (Mayo) and Fintan Gould traded points. ..

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