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The second round of action in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship saw plenty of thrills and spills last weekend across the county.
It's Christmas week for football fans this weekend with the start of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship.
The real stuff starts now. Losing to Galway wasn't ideal - but it has taken Mayo as many games through the back door to get to the same stage as the newly minted Connacht champions.
It was far from a vintage performance against Monaghan but the ultimate objective was achieved. Mayo won and were in the bowl for the round two qualifier draw which took place last Monday morning, which of course paired us against Kildare for this Saturday evening in Croke Park.
It was never going to be perfect, because it never is - and after six weeks without a competitive game it was going to be a matter of getting the job done and blowing out the engine ahead of bigger challenges.
They could have forced it to extra time at the death, when Aiden Orme took aim from the stand side of the field and kicked for a point but his effort tailed just wide of the target and from Connor Gleeson’s kick-out David Coldrick blew the final whistle.
Mayo go to Croke Park on Sunday, looking to claim a 13th National Football League title when they take on Kerry in the competition decider.
James Horan has made three changes to his starting teams for Mayo's clash with Kildare on Sunday afternoon in the National Football League.
The big question every Mayo supporter is asking this week and the biggest topic of debate amongst the Mayo faithful - all circulates around one thing. Do Mayo actually want to play in a league final?
Mayo manager James Horan has made six changes to his side from the one that started against Armagh in Hyde Park a fortnight ago, for their trip to Tralee on Saturday night where they will take on Kerry.