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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Mayo

All time
# Ladies Football
Closer look: The state of play of the TG4 All-Ireland senior football championship
Four-in-a-row chasing Dublin are the only team to have booked a semi-final spot. Who will join them this weekend?
# Fortunate Son
People in Joe Biden's ancestral home of Ballina celebrate his victory in the US election
“He’s a really nice fella. He’s good to talk to.”
# Unstoppable
Sarah Rowe hits 2-9 for Mayo on a day when Tyrone crash out of the championship
The Green and Red were 4-17 to 0-4 winners.
Mayo and Roscommon name teams for Sunday showdown
Chris Barrett and Diarmuid O’Connor return to Mayo’s starting XV.
# son of ballina
'Ballina will go mad': Joe Biden’s Irish ancestral home confident of his victory
The Democrat’s great-great-great-grandfather Edward Blewit emigrated from Ballina, Co Mayo, almost 200 years ago.
# Team news
Seven debutants get the nod for Mayo's championship opener
Sunday’s Connacht quarter-final against Leitrim is due to take place at Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada.
# Team news
Crowley returns for Kerry, Mayo name two debutants for Galway clash
The Allianz Leagues return this weekend after a seven-month hiatus.
# carnacon class
Phenomenal club exploits but tough test awaits, the Cora factor and 'a real eye-opener' coaching in the men's game
Carnacon captain Fiona McHale leads the Mayo powerhouse into battle against Kilkerrin/Clonberne in today’s Connacht senior club semi-final.
'After 20 minutes, I got the curly finger': How Mayo star Rowe learned to deal with setbacks
In the final episode of our Life Changing Moments podcast series with UPMC – the Official Healthcare Partner of the GAA/GPA — the ladies’ footballer speaks openly about maturing, both as a player and a person.
# appeal
Gardaí investigate alleged rape of teenage girl in Mayo playground
Gardaí have urged anyone who was in the area to contact them.
# Cloonafarna
Teenager dies and another man hospitalised following collision in Co Mayo
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the collision to come forward.
# Castlebar
Witness appeal launched following service station burglary in Mayo
An undisclosed amount of cash and other items were taken during the robbery.
# Mayo Man
'It's crazy that just five years ago, he won an U17s medal in Ballyhaunis!'
Caelan Doris came through Ballina RFC and Blackrock College to establish himself as a major prospect for Irish rugby.
# club call
Knockmore have chance to end 23-year Mayo title wait and recent winners to contest Roscommon final
Scotstown and Ballybay will contest their year’s Monaghan senior football decider.
# Technical Difficulties
Mayo apologise, refund fans and remove paywall after county semi-final stream failed
Breaffy v Westport can now be watched back in full and today’s fixtures have also been opened up for free viewing.
# Final bound
Top scorer Flynn is key as Breaffy bounce back against Westport to book Mayo senior final spot
The winners atoned for their loss earlier in the Mayo championship in the group stages.
# club call
Mayo star Sarah Rowe: 'I'd love to see the club season start before the county season'
The Kilmoremoy forward sees an opportunity for change as she looks at Gaelic games through the Covid-19 pandemic.
# uncertain times
'Yes, I signed a contract but I won't believe it until I'm over on Australian soil that I'm there'
Mayo star Sarah Rowe recently signed a new two-year contract at Collingwood.
# Leaving Cert
Home-schooled student wins challenge against calculated grades system
Mayo student Elijah Burke brought the case against the Minister for Education in July.
# Feast of the Assumption
Knock Shrine takes 'unprecedented' decision to close on busiest day over Covid-19 fears
The Feast of the Assumption on 15 August is typically the busiest day of the year in Knock.
# Wrap
Mayo star O'Connor sees red as reigning champions Ballintubber held to draw in opener
A look at today’s football action in Mayo and Galway, which threw up some shock results.
# Jack Charlton
'Big Jack being 6’6, with the peak cap and waving the flag. He felt he was part of Ballina'
Ex-Mayo player David Brady on his hometown Ballina’s connection with Jack Charlton.
# The Green And Red
Harvard alumni and CEO of Swiss bank part of new Mayo GAA committee - 'It's definitely a positive'
A new audit & risk committee has been established in the county with new sponsorship deals also confirmed.
# GAA Beo
Donegal, Wexford and Mayo club matches to feature in TG4's upcoming GAA coverage
Kilcar against St Eunan’s and the clash of Breaffy facing Castlebar Mitchels are part of the coverage on 7-9 August.
# Reek Sunday
People warned to not climb Croagh Patrick as rescue attempts will take longer due to Covid risk
Reek Sunday has officially been cancelled but some people are still expected to attend.
# Mayo
Motorcyclist in his 40s dies in road collision with car near Ballyhaunis
The fatal collision took place at 3.35pm on the N83 yesterday.
# Fianna Fáil
Mayo councillors hail Dara Calleary appointment as 'positive' step after initial Cabinet snub
Yesterday the Taoiseach announced that Calleary would take over from Barry Cowen as agriculture minister.
# Charlestown
Funeral details for Detective Garda Colm Horkan announced
The Mayo man will be buried in his hometown on Charlestown on Sunday.
# Round Robin
All-Ireland ladies football championship to be played off over 7 weekends and start with group stages
The draws will take place next Tuesday evening.
# belleek
Man (70s) dies following Mayo road crash
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the crash on the N5 on Saturday morning to come forward.
# Mayo
Over €80,000 worth of cocaine-like Kratom seized at Shannon Airport
Significant amounts of drugs have been seized by Revenue officers at airports in recent days.
# Courts
Mayo youth who killed teenager who was in a bedroom with sister is jailed for five years
The now 20-year-old was found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.
# caught cold
'I had an eye on Donegal': Pat Gilroy blames himself for Dublin's 2012 loss to Mayo
‘I saw (Donegal) as the real danger that year.’
# Mayo
Man (30s) dies following collision involving tractor and motorcycle in Co Mayo
The incident happened on the N59 between Mulranny and Newport at 8.30pm.
# Looking Back
5 big picture takeaways from the 2013 All-Ireland Final between Dublin and Mayo
The clash was featured on TG4′s All-Ireland Gold series today.
'Football matters so deeply in Mayo that it kind of defies belief that they haven't won more'
‘House of Pain’ author Keith Duggan is this week’s guest on Behind the Lines.
# frank and honest
'I think it's terribly sad what’s going on in Mayo' - From the Green and Red to Connacht rivals Galway
Galway ladies coach Frank Browne details his journey from Mayo to the Tribe, and calls for mediation to solve the problems in his former county.
# Checkpoint
Man wanted over multiple theft offences across country arrested at Co Mayo checkpoint
He is due to appear before a sitting of Ballina District Court on 26 May.
# 2000: Revisited
'The collarbone, winning the All-Ireland and then breaking my jaw, it was probably a rough enough time'
Mayo great Cora Staunton reflects on the 2000 All-Ireland ladies football final and her county’s golden era, which was built on ‘torturous’ training and pure hard work.
# to hell and back
A Mayo GAA comeback, RTÉ's Ultimate Hell Week and social care work during Covid-19 crisis
Padraig O’Hora is hoping to make his championship debut for Mayo when the season resumes. But there’s a lot more to the 27-year-old than that.