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August 19, 2010
Duffy names an unchanged team for Tyrone clashMayo Minor football manager Tony Duffy has named an unchanged team for Sunday's ESB All-Ireland Minor Football Semi-Final clash with Ulster champions Tyrone.Duffy and his selectors Liam Lavelle, Michael Ruane and Vinny Walsh keep faith with the fifteen who overcame Offaly in the All-Ireland Quarter Final in Roscommon last month.Jack McDonnell, who was called up to the team for the Offaly game ahead of Cian Costello, keeps his place at right-corner fo..

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August 05, 2010
The Mayo Minor Hurling team to play Meath in the All-Ireland Minor 'B' Hurling Championship Quarter final on Saturday next, August 7 at 3.30 in Pairc Tailteann, Navan has been named. Five clubs in the county are represented on the team, managed by Castlebar Mitchels man Tony Stakelum.Mitchels have a total of seven players on the team, three from Westport, two from both Ballyhaunis and Tooreen and one player from Ballina.All support for this team would be greatly received. The Mayo team is as..

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August 05, 2010
Connacht U21B Hurling Semi Final   Mayo 3-16 Leitrim 1-8  Pairc Sean Mac Diarmuda, Carrick-on-Shannon.   The Mayo U21 hurlers got there campaign off to a comfortable start with a 14 point win over Leitrim in Carrick-on-Shannon.   Mayo played with the favour of the breeze in the opening half and raced into a comfortable 3-10 to 0-0 lead at the interval, thanks to a brace of goals from repacement full-forward Alan Stenson, and a third goal from livewire c..

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August 03, 2010
The Mayo Under 21 hurling team who will take on Leitrim in Wednesday's Connacht Under 21B hurling semi-final has been named.The side shows all six senior clubs in Mayo represented with Castlebar's James Lowe captaining the team from centre-half back.The game throws in at 7pm in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon with Sligo's Gus Chapman the man in the middle. Mayo: 1, Andrew Butler, Castlebar; 2, AP Barrett, Belmullet, 3, Danny Mulvihill, Castlebar, 4, Marty Gallagher, Castlebar; 5, ..

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August 01, 2010
Connacht U21B Hurling Semi Final - Wednesday, August 4Letrim v MayoRef: Gus Chapman (Sligo) in Carrick-on-Shannon. The Mayo U21 get their Connacht U21B hurling campaign underway with an away assignment against Leitrim in Carrick-on-Shannon. This year see's the return of Leitrim to the competition after an absence of a few years. Mayo are managed by Limerick native Christy Phillips this season, with Kevin Campbell (Westport) and John Waldron (Castlebar) selecting alongside the Claremorris re..

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August 01, 2010
ESB All-Ireland MFC Quarter-Final Mayo       1-14Offaly      1-12 Hyde Park  For the third year in a row Mayo minors are in the last four in Ireland thanks to a gutsy two point win over Offaly in Roscommon on Saturday.Mayo captain Cillian O'Connor was the star of the show with nine points, including the final four scores which brought Mayo to victory. Key among them was his free on 56 minutes from fully 60 metres which put Mayo ..

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July 29, 2010
Mayo manager Tony Duffy has named an unchanged side for Saturday's ESB All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Quarter-Final clash with Offaly at Hyde Park, Roscommon (throw-in 12.30pm).Duffy keeps faith with the same fifteen that led Mayo to victory over Galway in this month's Connacht Final. There had been injuries concerns over the man of the match from the Connacht Final, Darren Coen. The Hollymount star picked up a dead leg in a recent Under 21 clash but has been passed fit to play.Mayo tak..

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July 24, 2010
ESB Connacht Minor Football Championship Final Mayo     3-9Galway   1-10McHale ParkCastlebarThree goals in a red-hot four minute spell midway through the second half killed off this game for Tony Duffy's Mayo minors and brought Mayo their third Connacht title in a row.It is a significant achievement when you recall that Mayo didn't win a single Connacht title in the six years prior to 2008. Of course the last two Mayo minor winners went onto reach the All-Ireland M..

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July 24, 2010
ESB Connacht Minor Football Championship Final Mayo     3-9Galway   1-10McHale ParkCastlebarThree goals in a red-hot four minute spell midway through the second half killed off this game for Tony Duffy's Mayo minors and brought Mayo their third Connacht title in a row.It is a significant achievement when you recall that Mayo didn't win a single Connacht title in the six years prior to 2008. Of course the last two Mayo minor winners went onto reach the All-Ireland M..

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July 24, 2010
ESB Connacht Minor Football Championship Final Mayo     3-9Galway   1-10McHale ParkCastlebarThree goals in a red-hot four minute spell midway through the second half killed off this game for Tony Duffy's Mayo minors and brought Mayo their third Connacht title in a row.It is a significant achievement when you recall that Mayo didn't win a single Connacht title in the six years prior to 2008. Of course the last two Mayo minor winners went onto reach the All-Ireland M..

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