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The fallout from Mayo's disappointing All-Ireland final loss to Tyrone has gained much unnecessary momentum with news/rumours breaking daily of rifts, upheaval and resignations from James Horan's back room team.
The hardest thing to predict before the start of any championship season is who is going to win the intermediate title.
The eyes of club footballers across the county are firmly focused on their opponents in the Mayo GAA championships following the draws for the group stages of the senior, intermediate and junior championships this week.
Paddy Durcan is working his way back to full fitness after having to come off injured at half time in the All Ireland final last December against Dublin.
This week has seen an outpouring of gratitude for a number of Mayo players who have announced their retirement from the inter-county game.
It was a hectic weekend of action in the county ground last weekend - where four finals played out in front of an ever-revolving cast of fans.
After a year's break, it is back to the traditional tomorrow afternoon in Tooreen when the Blue Devils go toe-to-toe with with near neighbours Ballyhaunis in the Mayo Senior Hurling Championship final.
It will be a quarter final weekend like no other in MacHale Park this weekend - as the best eight sides in the county will go toe-to-toe in front of only a handful of people.
It went right down to the wire in Group One of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship, with The Neale edging out Belmullet on scoring difference of a single point to claim a place in the last eight of the competition.
We know now seven of the eight sides who will contest the quarter-finals of the Mayo GAA senior football champions with Ballina Stephenites, Ballintubber and Westport through as group winners, with either The Neale or Ballaghaderreen (who are already through - just not confirmed as group winners) joining them on the top half of today’s draw.