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Tourlestrane and Eastern Harps women’s gaelic footballers produced a highly entertaining Connacht Gold Division 1 league final in Curry on Sunday. In a match which ebbed and flowed throughout, both sides enjoyed periods of control but there was never much between the two teams. Harps , who are preparing for…

St Mary’s booked their place on Sunday morning in the final of the Sligo LGFA Connacht Gold intermediate football final with a comprehsive 8-17 to 3-10 win oer Eoghan Rua at Kent Park in Ballydoogan. The victory sets up a county final meeting against Eastern Harps next Sunday, Aug 14th,…

Sligo tops latest homeless figures in the Northwest Latest figures from the Department of Housing shows there are currently 50 people homeless in the county. Nationally there has been a 3% raise in homelessness, raising 2% in the last month alone. In addition 29 people registered as homeless in Donegal…

The GAA’s Connacht Council has turned down an official request to use the Connacht Airdome for emergency accommodation for Ukranian refugees. The Business Post reports that Mayo County Council made two approaches to Connacht GAA asking to use the facility. However, the request was turned down on the grounds that…

The draws for the 2022 Leitrim Connacht Gold senior and Smith Monumentals intermediate club football championships were made in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday evening. County champions Ballinamore Seán O’Heslin’s will begin their defence against the 2021 intermediate champions Dromahair. League champions Mohill have been drawn to play St Mary’s, in a…

Mohill collected the Leitrim Masonite senior football league division 1 title on Saturday evening with a narrow 1-11 to 0-13 victory over St Mary’s in Carrick-on-Shannon. Keith Beirne (pictured) scored 1-5 of his side’s tally but the winners, who are managed by Sligo’s Eamonn O’Hara, were pushed all the way…