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Former Tyrone player Colm Cavanagh thinks that this year his county are finally playing with the handbrake off and with a lack of fear of making mistakes - and that could be key to them seeing off Mayo on Saturday.
James Horan has selected his starting 15 to be named in the programme for Saturday’s Connacht Senior Football Championship clash with Sligo.
After six months of inactivity on the playing field, the Galway senior footballers, under the stewardship of Padraic Joyce, will begin their 2021 season in Killarney against Kerry on Saturday (3pm).
Mayo football is looking for new managers for both the minor and u20 teams for the upcoming season, following the decision by Tomás Morley to step down as minor manager last weekend.
This week has seen an outpouring of gratitude for a number of Mayo players who have announced their retirement from the inter-county game.
It is all pretty simple for Mayo - win on Sunday against Tyrone and they will be playing division one football next season; lose and it is division two; draw and then they'll be waiting on results from elsewhere to come in, to see if they can cling on to their division one status.
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 continued to rise in Mayo this week - which now has 30 more confirmed cases than Galway and 100 more than the other three Connacht counties of Sligo, Leitrim and Roscommon combined.
The Galway U20 footballers, under the guidance of An Spideál native Dónál Ó Fatharta, retained their Connacht U20 championship title last Saturday in Tuam Stadium with a resounding defeat of an extremely disappointing Roscommon side.
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 are staring down the barrel of relegation to division two of the National Football League following their third defeat from five games last Sunday against Kerry in Castlebar.