Hugh doesn’t half run his heart out

A Mayo man flying the flag for Ireland at Saturday’s World Half Marathon Championships in Poland did his county and country proud by finishing in a personal best time. Ballina AC’s Hugh Armstrong was one of only three competitors selected...

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Shades of ’97: What goes around comes around for Mayo

    By Anthony Hennigan Bertie Ahern had yet to become Taoiseach, Mary McAleese had yet to become President and Oisin Mullin had yet to be born. That’s how long it is since Mayo played outside Division 1 of the...

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Ryanair delivers a crushing blow to Ireland West Airport

The impact of COVID-19 on regional Ireland continues to have a devastating effect as Ryanair announce they will cut their...

Thursday, 15/10/20 - 11:40am Read More

Moran admits gyms everywhere are in a fight for survival

There’s hardly an industry for whom the Covid-19 pandemic has not made doing business tougher. Plonked in that category is...

Thursday, 15/10/20 - 1:11am Read More

On this day… Where it all began for the All-Star still chasing the dream

1995 was a forgettable summer for Mayo football and few could have foreseen just how dramatically its fortunes would change...

Thursday, 15/10/20 - 12:26am Read More

Gorillas in the mist, Mary Poppins and bloodied knuckles: By God, you’d miss the championship already

It’s down on record that the first-ever game in the history of Balla GAA Club, played in the mid-1880s, was...

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