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Represented with distinction on football finals weekend in Cusack Park, Mullingar, Tubberclair savoured silverware success at minor level, while the club’s intermediate team must return to the same venue on Sunday for a replayed fixture with Shandonagh.
Once again the unpredictable nature of the Mayo intermediate championship raised its head again last weekend after a barnstorming weekend of action in the competition.
Calling the eventual winners of the Mayo GAA Intermediate Football Championship is a fool's errand most years and this year is no different.
Football is only a game, and after recent events in Sligo, the game gave that county a massive lift last Wednesday night when they claimed their first ever u20 (or u21 as the age grade used to be) provincial title, in dramatic circumstances.
With 46 minutes gone on the clock in the spring early evening sunshine on the banks of the Shannon, Frank Irwin stroked over his sixth point of the day to put Mayo eleven points clear on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-4.
The hardest thing to predict before the start of any championship season is who is going to win the intermediate title.
Mayo can have no complaints about this one. Roscommon stood up when the game was there to be won, stuck to their game plan and hurt Mayo on the scoreboard when the chances arose.
The grand old ground in Tuam has seen plenty of tough battles down through the years between Mayo and Galway.
Four goals from Castlebar Mitchels attacker Paul Walsh saw Mayo blow past Sligo in the Connacht Minor Football Championship semi-final in MacHale Park on Wednesday evening.