After the warm up of the cup competitions over the past few weeks, the real action of league football gets up and running this weekend with all the different divisions in the Mayo League getting up and running.
The build-up to the return to league action continues in the Mayo League this weekend as the action moves back to the Super and Premier Cups, after a weekend of games in the divisional cup competitions last weekend.
Cup fever continues on the Mayo League front this weekend; after the season kicking off last weekend with the opening round of the Super Cups, this weekend it is the turn of the divisional cup competitions to get up and running.
Last Sunday saw the kick-off of the new Mayo League season with the start of the u21 league - and in division one in the big derby game of the weekend - Manulla proved too much for their visitors, Castlebar Celtic.
Despite having to cancel the conclusion of last year's soccer season, the Mayo League is getting ready to bounce back into action in the coming weeks and the appetite for soccer has not been dented by last year's cancellation of the league mid-season.