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There’s a new kid in town.
We take a look back on some of the talking points from the club championship last weekend.
After a hectic weekend of action in round one of the senior championship, this coming weekend will make or break the senior championship for a number of teams.
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.
Last Sunday - had all been right in the world - Mayo could have played the Connacht senior football championship semi-final and would then have, hopefully, been looking forward to a provincial final date in a fortnight's time. Such a scenario is unfortunately not to be at the moment - however, when the bell IS rung to start the championship, it won't take Mayo long to get up and ready for it - according to Aidan O'Shea.
"It was just fun to be with them and they were great lads and you couldn't ask any more" - is how 25 years on Martin Carney remembers the Mayo u21 team of 1995, that were beaten by Kerry in an All Ireland final replay that summer.
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.
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.
Bring your appetites for this year's Mayo Street Food Festival.
It all came tumbling down in the 12 minutes after the second half started - after top class first half display that saw them lead by two points at the break, Mayo found themselves trailing by ten points and down and out of the championship for the year.