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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.
There were no major shocks as the first round of the Mayo GAA senior championship got under way last weekend but there certainly were some stand-out results and other nail-biting games that went to the wire.
Mayo had already booked their place in the semi-finals of the league before their win over Meath last weekend, but keeping up winning ways and giving game time to some players who haven't featured yet this year was a pleasing outcome for James Horan.
With both sides through to the semi-finals the threat was gone from this game, but the chance to top the group was to play for and Mayo did their part with a comprehensive win over Meath in McHale Park.
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.
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.
Mayo manager James Horan has made five changes to the team that started their division one win over Meath two weeks ago for this Sunday's clash with Monaghan in Clones.
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.
Dublin completed the historic five in a row after a pulsating All-Ireland final replay win over arch rivals Kerry.
You would imagine there is very little more than can be written about Mayo and Dublin's rivalry over the past seven years.