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April 10, 2006
Mayo 1-8 Tyrone 0-11 Mayo finish top of Division 1A by virtue of their 1-8 to 0-11 draw against Tyrone at Castlebar on Sunday. This was a see-saw battle that could have gone to the Ulstermen or the hosts, but Tyrones failure to win ensured that they finished out of the top two. The visitors opened the scoring after only two minutes through Ryan Mellon, before Mayo rushed into a 1-4 to 0-2 lead. Austin OMalley and Kevin ONeill scored a brace of points each, while Peadar Gardiners goal..

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April 03, 2006
Mayo 1-19 Roscommon 2-8 Roscommon gave as good as they got in the first half as two goal helped them go in level at the break, 2-3 to 0-9. However, seconds after the restart mark Ronaldson was on hand to fire home a Mayo goal and thanks to the brilliant free taking of Kilcoyne, Mayo outscored their opponents by 0-10 to 0-5 for the remainder of the tie. Mayo - K O’Malley; T Howley, G Cafferkey, K Higgins; C Barratt, P Cunniffe, C O’Boyle 0-1; S O’Shea, B Moran 0-1; A Cam..

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March 30, 2006
Mayo stopper John Healy is hoping that the somewhat demoralising defeat against Dublin last weekend will prove the wake-up nudge that the Westerners needed. Boasting a perfect league record prior to their trip to Parnell Park, Mayo showed old defensive frailties, conceding four goals - even if the result did flatter the Dubs somewhat. To be fair to Healy, there was little he could do about any of the green flags, but he believes that the attitude of the players beforehand was fatal. "Pe..

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March 15, 2006
Mayo talisman Ciaran McDonald has returned to training with the Westerners panel. The former All-Star attended a session in Ballyvarry last night and is a further boost to the table-topping Allianz NFL Division 1A side. Along with the Crossmolina man, Mayo will have captain David Heaney available for Sundays clash with Cork in Castlebar. Heaney was sent off against Monaghan recently as the Westerners continued their unbeaten run, however the Central Disciplinary Committee overturned his one-m..

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March 03, 2006
Both Monaghan and Mayo have named their respective teams for Sundays Allianz NFL Division 1A clash at Clontibret. Home boss Seamus McEneaney has called on a strong 15, with Thomas Freeman, Hugh McElroy and Rory Woods sure to pose a strong threat in the full forward line. Mayo, unbeaten in two games so far, will be fancied by many to complete a hat-trick of wins. Manager Mickey Moran has inluded many familiar faces in the Westerners side, with Westports James Gill and Ronan McGarrity includ..

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November 29, -0001
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