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The Mayo tent was rolled up for another year, and another long winter of wondering and waiting will lie in store as a 71-years ticks into 72.
It wasn't easy for the supporters and it wasn't any easier for the man on the sideline either last Saturday evening in Croke Park.
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 was far from a vintage performance against Monaghan but the ultimate objective was achieved. Mayo won and were in the bowl for the round two qualifier draw which took place last Monday morning, which of course paired us against Kildare for this Saturday evening in Croke Park.
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.
James Horan has made three changes to his starting teams for Mayo's clash with Kildare on Sunday afternoon in the National Football League.
The torrential rain that poured down in the late afternoon in Tralee didn’t dampen the spirits of the large crowd who snaked along the outside of the ground in the effort to get a seat in the stand in Austin Stack Park.
Mayo manager James Horan has made six changes to his side from the one that started against Armagh in Hyde Park a fortnight ago, for their trip to Tralee on Saturday night where they will take on Kerry.