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The second round of action in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship saw plenty of thrills and spills last weekend across the county.
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 pedal remains firmly stuck to the floor in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship this weekend with round two coming hot on the heels of round one last weekend.
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.
The future is bright for Castlebar Mitchels and it could be very bright going on the performance of their minors in MacHale Park on Sunday lunchtime.
The rising star can quite often upstage the main attraction on a concert billing and while all the attention will be on the big show at 5pm in Croke Park, the support act could quite possibly be the game of the day for thrills, spills and and excitement.
Mayo’s Connacht final win over Galway was one of those games that you really had to see to believe actually happened - their All Ireland quarter-final win over Dublin was of an equally epic variety.
The Mayo seniors are feeling the pinch of having played seven championship games to date - but their minor counterparts will also reach that total of championship games played tomorrow afternoon when they take on Dublin in the All Ireland Minor Football Championship quarter-final in Longford.