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On paper and in the hours before the build-up, this game seemed to have it all. Two sides with a storied rivalry going back before the foundation of the state; both with much to prove after their last outings up in the big city, now meeting on a sun-splashed day that looked like July even if it still had the nip of Spring in the air when a cloud circled overhead and 25,000 partisan fanatics packed in to watch battle on the freshly laid turf in the old colosseum on MacHale Road.
The real stuff starts now. The league is a thing of the past, put away neatly in a box until early next year. it's championship time and while the Easter Eggs may still be lingering around the house ready to be finished off, Sunday is the start of a new main course and there are few tastier ones than Mayo and Galway in the championship.
Mayo are through to play Kerry in this Sunday's division one league final after an entertaining and encouraging victory against Kildare in sun-drenched Carrick on Shannon last Sunday.
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.
Mayo bounced back from two defeats on the bounce to seal a place in this years National Football League final against Kerry after an impressive eight point win over Kildare, that consigned their opponents to division two football after results went agains them elsewhere.
James Horan has made three changes to his starting teams for Mayo's clash with Kildare on Sunday afternoon in the National Football League.
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.
After last weekends downing of Dublin in Croke Park, there is little respite for Mayo as they take on one of the form teams so far in this years National Football League on Sunday.
Mayo picked up their first win of 2022 after a hard fought win over Monaghan in Clones on Sunday.
Mayo's hopes for the new season were dealt a serious blow this week after star forward Tommy Conroy picked up a serious knee injury while playing for NUI Galway in the Sigerson Cup Quarter Final on Tuesday evening. The Neale GAA club player left the field of play shortly before half time and did not return to the action.