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Mayo's losing streak at MacHale Park finally came to an end last Saturday night as James Horan's charges accounted for Roscommon in round one of the NFL - by the slimmest of margins - winning out on a scoreline of 1-08 to 1-07.
With 2018 drawing to a close and only the u21 club championship yet to be decided, it's time to put to bed what has being a very testing and difficult year both on and off the field for Mayo GAA.
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Galway's Ladies footballers will have a chance to avenge their one point semi-final defeat to Dublin in the Lidl NFL semi-finals after they secured a safe passage to the last four of the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship with a resounding 11 point victory over Connacht rivals Mayo in Dr Hyde Park.
So after much talk, speculation, and weeks of anticipation the Super Eights are finally here and ready to rock. And the tie of the weekend pits Kevin Walsh's Galway squad against Eamon Fitzmaurice's Kerry outfit this Sunday (4pm) in Croke Park.
Galway Ladies, the reigning provincial champions under the guidance of Stephen Glennon, take on their oldest rivals Mayo in an eagerly anticipated clash at McHale Park on Sunday (4pm).
The Galway senior ladies will be totally gutted this week after losing by a single point to Dublin in the NFL division one semi-final on Sunday.
Galway Ladies will face All Ireland champions Dublin in the Lidl NFL division one final after defeating Westmeath 0-13 to 0-7 in Mullingar on Sunday.
Galway Ladies open Sunday's football double-header at Pearse Stadium when they host their Mayo counterparts at 12 noon.
Next Sunday the Galway footballers head up the road to Letterkenny to take on Declan Bonner’s Donegal in round two of the NFL on Sunday (2.30pm).