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Mayo displaced the challenge of Sligo with ease last Saturday on the road - and with Leitrim now coming up in the Connacht Senior Football Championship semi-final next weekend, the focus of Mayo manger James Horan has been firmly fixed on that game.
Mayo got their 2021 championship off to a flying start after a facile 3-23 to 0-12 victory over a very disappointing, out of sorts and dispirited Sligo outfit in the Connacht quarter final.
Tomorrow afternoon will see Mayo's championship season throw in when they travel to Markievicz Park to take on Sligo, and it will be a different looking Mayo side going into championship action than the one we are used to seeing over the past decade.
The league is only over and in the blink of an eye, the championship is upon us.
All roads lead north for Mayo on Saturday for their Connacht Senior Football Championship opener against Sligo in Markievicz Park which throws in at 4.30pm.
Mission complete, just about. Mayo were involved in another roller-coaster of a contest last weekend when they played Clare in a winner-takes-all ticket to division one of the national football league for 2022.
Mayo secured their return to Division One of the National Football League last Sunday with a four-point win over Clare in Ennis.
For the first time in 19 years Mayo will make the journey to Ennis for a National Football League game against Clare next weekend, with promotion to division one on the line.
With both sides through to the semi-finals the threat was gone from this game, but the chance to top the group was to play for and Mayo did their part with a comprehensive win over Meath in McHale Park.
The league is not the benchmark that Mayo judge themselves on, but this being their first public outing since last December and not long until championship comes around - there is not much time for them to find their feet for the season ahead.