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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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May 05, 2006
Mayo and Cork have named the same starting teams that saw them through the semi-finals of the All-Ireland under-21 championship as Sunday’s decider looms. Cork needed a replay to see off the challenge of Laois in the semi-final and have had only a week to prepare for the final, while Mayo defeated Tyrone after extra-time a week earlier. Cork under-21: K O’Halloran, R Carey, C Murphy, S O’Donoghue; D Limerick, M Shields, E Cadogan, A O’Connor, P Kelly, F Goold, C Keane, ..

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April 18, 2006
ALLIANZ NFL DIVISION 1 SEMI-FINAL Galway 1-11 Mayo 1-6 Galway advanced to the Allianz National League Division One final thanks to a smooth success over a disappointing Mayo side in Castlebar. The Tribesmen were easily the better team here, and continued their hugely impressive league form, while at the same time suggesting that they have enough class to challenge for the championship this summer. While the Tribesmen impressed, there was little in Mayos performance to suggest tha..

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April 14, 2006
Friday, April 14 Mayo manager Mickey Moran has named an unchanged side from the one that drew with Tyrone last weekend for Sundays Allianz National Football League Division 1 semi-final clash with Galway in Castlebar. Speculation that Ciaran McDonald would make a surprise return has been proved unfounded as the Crossmolina man remains sidelined with a broken bone in his hand. Trevor Mortimer is fit again but has to be content with a place on the substitutes bench. The elder Mortimer br..

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April 10, 2006
Meath 2-19 Mayo 5-10 If the other quarter-final clash in Scotstown had plenty of scoring on offer then the encounter between Meath and Mayo at Carrick-on-Shannon was a veritable feast. A late goal-scoring bonanza from Mayo ensured that both teams left the pitch on level terms. Both now put their promotion aspirations on hold for another week.

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