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Quiz: How much do you know about Mayo and Tyrone ?

Give it a lash.

THEY SQUARED OFF in the All Ireland final yesterday. 

But do you know your Cong from your Cookstown? 

Try it and find out. 

Croagh Patrick is Ireland's holy mountain. But what do the locals call it?
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The Peak
The Cross Top

The Holy Hill
The Reek
Which county does Tyrone NOT have a border with?
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Derry
Down

Donegal
Armagh
Where in Mayo would you be from if someone called you a fish-head?
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Westport
Foxford

Castlebar
Balla
What mountain range runs through Tyrone?
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Slieve Gallion
Benbradagh

Trostan
Sperrins
Finish the Saw Doctors lyric: "Oh, the green and red of Mayo, I can see it still. Its soft and craggy boglands.... its tall
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Expansive hills
Majestic hills

Hotel bills
Grills
What is the county town of Tyrone?
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Dungannon
Cookstown

Strabane
Omagh
Ireland's first female president is from Mayo. Where abouts is Mary Robinson from?
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Ballinrobe
Balla

Westport
Ballina
Which industry was established in Tyrone in 1771 and became synonymous with the county?
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Pottery
Basket weaving

Glass blowing
Linen weaving
US president Joe Biden claims Mayo heritage. Where did his family come from?
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Ballina
Partry

Kilmaine
Ballinrobe
Here's a famous Tyrone. But what's his real name?
Andy Halsall
Tony Jenkins

Ray Purchase
Nick Swivny
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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You scored out of !
Top notch!
Hup ya boy ya!
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
Middlin'
You did grand.
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
Arra schtap the lights, hey.
Let's move on.
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