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It's Christmas week for football fans this weekend with the start of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship.
We have been put through the wringer on several occasions in the last number of years in nail-biting games, you would think we would be used to it by now.
It’s never ordinary with Mayo. They won and are in the second round of the qualifiers, but it could very easily have been different if referee Barry Cassidy had decided to give Monaghan a penalty in injury time when Conor Lenonard looked to have been fouled after he intercepted a poor ball back to Lee Keegan, by Aidan O’Shea.
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 leave Croke Park with plenty of questions to be answered after Kerry saw them off at their ease in the National League Football Final.
When they look back on it Knockmore will feel they had the chances to win this game in Ballina, they hit 14 wides over the course of game to the two that their opponents did.
Padraic Joyce begin his third season at the helm of the Galway footballers this coming Friday in the NUI Galway Connacht Air Dome.
Knockmore claimed their tenth Mayo senior football championship and second in a row after a hard fought win over a brave and battling Belmullet side in Ballina on Sunday afternoon.
The location really could not be better for Sunday's Mayo Senior Football Championship final. With James Stephens Park in Ballina hosting two north Mayo sides battling it out to be the best in land, something special is brewing up for Sunday.
When the draw was made for the Mayo senior football championship, all eyes were on group three, the group of death as it got effectively called, that included- Ballaghadeereen, Westport, Castlebar Mitchels and the unfortunate Balla.