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Bedroom windows, leaning over the hedge and some sort of homemade plinth to see over the fence were all used by those who couldn’t get into their chosen game this evening as the Mayo Senior Football Championship threw in for the 2020 season.
Club football has been back up and running for the past few weeks, but this is the big one that we all have been waiting for.
Two enthralling contests, two county champions, two unfortunate losers. Last Saturday's double header county finals evening was a momentous occasion for all the clubs involved, a victorious evening for the footballers of The Neale and Ballintubber, not so memorable and heart breaking for Ballyhaunis and Ballaghadeereen players.
Hopefully we will get a bumper crowd in Elverys MacHale Park on Saturday evening that the occasion deserves - with interesting encounters awaiting.
Ballaghaderreen picked up right from where they left off in the quarter-finals with a powerful and well executed performance to dump Castlebar Mitchels out of the championship on Sunday afternoon in MacHale Park.
The fixtures' makers have decided to run a senior and an intermediate semi final side by side next Saturday and Sunday - which is a novel idea - but strange at the same time.
The last four sides left standing in the Mayo Senior Football championship will go toe-to-toe over the weekend in what promises to be a thrilling couple of days of football in the county grounds.
You'd have needed to be split in 10 to take in all the Mayo GAA club action across all the grades last weekend. It really was a football feast within the county.
The battle for the Moclair Cup has reached the quarter-final stage and this weekend the last eight sides left standing will do battle for a place in the final four of the competition.
They came in their thousands and thousands across the Atlantic. Flights from New York, Shannon and wherever else possible carried the faithful in their droves.