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The 3-19 to 0-13 scoreline from this year's National Football League final between Mayo and Kerry is a painful reminder of what Mayo face into on Sunday and what Kerry are capable of doing to a team if things are not near perfect when set up against them.
Our biggest fears were realised, but not in our wildest imaginations did we envisage a 15-point mauling at the hands of Kerry in last Sunday's league final.
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.
The European Super Soccer League was announced on Sunday April 19. It would be the Bees Knees, the Cat’s Pyjamas, the last word, and whatever you’re having yourself. But it was dead and buried by Wednesday April 21 thanks to the vocal fury of the English fans and even Boris helped save the day! And then the American owners started issuing apologies, pathetic. Relegation, yea, there’s an idea.
Knockmore will face Roscommon champions Padraic Pearses in the Connacht senior club final on January 9 after the Roscommon outfit overcame Galway champions Mountbellew Moylough in a very fiery contest that ended in the most controversial circumstances.
It all started for Seamus O'Shea in the green and red in a senior jersey on a wintry Sunday afternoon in Ballinrobe in January 2008 - the eldest of the O'Shea brothers got his first game time for Mayo as a senior as sub against NUIG in the FBD League that day.
Less than three weeks ago you could barely get even money on a Dublin and Kerry All-Ireland final. Both were unbackable favourites to win their respective semi finals against Mayo and Tyrone.
After a dismal performance against reigning league champions Kerry, Galway now face a crucial game against local rivals Roscommon when Pearse Stadium hosts the round two clash for the division one south teams at 2pm this Sunday.
Galway endured a nightmare start to their Allianz League campaign when they ran into a runaway Kerry train in Tralee this afternoon (Saturday) losing by nineteen points to a home team obviously still stung by their late capitulation to Cork last autumn.
The old cliché of – “it was a game of two halves” could not be more appropriate when describing events between Mayo and Kerry last Sunday in round five of the Allianz league.