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October 03, 2006
Paudi Butler - the newly appointed National Hurling Director - was in Mayo recently passing on his vast knowledge of the ancient game, as he gave a Hurling Coaching Workshop in the East Mayo Hurling strongholds of Ballyhaunis and Tooreen.   A group of over forty full-time, part-time and club hurling coaches from around Connacht were present as the Tipperary native delivered the theoretic element of his Workshop in the Connacht Council Offices in Ballyhaunis before travelin..

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September 24, 2006
Legendary RTE GAA commentator Micháel O’Muircheartaigh will be in Mayo next week to meet and greet Mayo GAA club officers from all around the county. Ó Muircheartaigh will be special guest at a meeting of the Mayo GAA club Oifigigh na Gaeilge (Irish Club Officers) in the county at the Welcome Inn on Wednesday next October 4th. "We’re delighted that Micháel is available to come to Mayo and talk to the Irish club officers," Mayo GAA Oifigeach na Gaeilg..

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September 18, 2006
Sunday, September 17 BANK OF IRELAND ALL-IRELAND SFC FINAL Kerry 4-15 Mayo 3-5 A dramatic All-Ireland final served up seven goals and contained a number of complex individual battles but essentially it was a simple affair. The best team in the country won the ultimate prize. In many respects it was a complete footballing performance from Jack OConnors Kerry side as they collected the countys 34th senior crown in the 119th final. All six of the Kingdoms forwards contributed to end tally an..

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September 14, 2006
Comhghairdeas le Micheal S. Breathnach buaiteoir an chomórtais ar RTÉ Raidio na Gaeltachta. Feagra na ceiste Maigh Eo 0-15 Laois 0-15. Micheal S. Breathnach Doire an Mhianaigh Tuar Mhic Eadaigh Maigh Eo

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September 14, 2006
Mayo have made one change for Sundays Bank of Ireland football final against Kerry. Kevin ONeill, who made a first class impression when introduced against Dublin in the semi-final, is named at right corner forward in place of Michael Conroy. ONeill was a constant thorn in the Blues side after being introduced as a sub and scored two points during the Croke Park classic. Mayo (v SF Kerry): David Clarke, Dermot Geraghty, David Heaney, Keith Higgins, Aidan Higgins, James Nallen, Peada..

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September 13, 2006
Comhghairdeas!! Le Margaret Linnane as Oiléan Eadaigh buaiteoir an chomórtais Toraíocht Ticéid. Maith thú! Cá raibh na ticéidí? Sean Teach Pobail i dTurlach in aice leis an gCloigtheach. The Answer: In the old church beside the Round Tower, Turlough Nód 3. Tóg an N5 Agus tú ar do thuras Gar don Mhuseum Feicfidh tú an doras Cruitire clúiteach is nód Eile é a ainm Níor ..

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September 11, 2006
The Moytura Hurling Club is finally up and running and have played their two opening round games in the Mayo U12 Hurling League. The Moytura Club - which was developed to cater for young hurlers in the South Mayo region - affilliated to the Mayo County Board in May of this year and commenced coaching at U12, U10 and U8 level. The club is named after the nearby townland of Moytura near the village of Cross, which was the venue of the first ever recorded hurling match in folklore between the T&uac..

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September 11, 2006
Tooreen v Castlebar Mitchells on Sat 16th September at 3.00 in Ballyvary Ref: Gerry Kilbride (Ballyhaunis)   Current champions Tooreen face up and coming Castlebar Mitchells in the County U16 Hurling Championship final in Ballyvary on Saturday next. Tooreen will be hot favourites for this tie after their win earlier in the year in the U16 league.   The Tooreen side will be made up of many players who represented Mayo in the All-Ireland U16B Championship earlier in the year with ..

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August 28, 2006
Sunday, August 27 BANK OF IRELAND ALL-IRELAND SFC SEMI-FINAL Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-16 Mayo will face Kerry in the 2006 All-Ireland football final after overcoming Dublin in one of the most exciting championship games Croke Park has seen in recent years. There was controversy even before the game kicked-off. Mayo were first out of the changing rooms and immediately began warming up in front of the Hill. When the Dublin team emerged some five minutes later, they too began warming ..

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August 24, 2006
Team: D Clarke; D Geraghty, D Heaney (capt), K Higgins; A Higgins, J Nallen, P Gardiner; R McGarrity, P Harte; AN Other, G Brady, A Dillon; M Conroy, C Mortimer, C MacDonald. Mayo have left a vacancy on the half-forward line in their team to face Dublin this weekend in the All-Ireland semi-finals. The position has been left free as questions remain about the fitness of Billy Joe Padden, who is nursing a hamstring injury. Mayo manager Mickey Moran has made three positional switches in hi..

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