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A solid, if not spectacular second half performance saw Mayo book their place in the third round of the All Ireland senior football championship qualifiers in Newry on Saturday night.
There is no room for error from here on in for Mayo.
For the second successive year a scent of controversy has followed Mayo into a qualifier game.
Just before I was about to hit send on last week's column I deleted one of the opening lines 'Beware- this game is fraught with danger'.
The fun, the craic and the stories from Mayo’s recent New York trip need to be parked as of right away.
It's back to the home front for Mayo tomorrow night when they welcome Roscommon to MacHale Park in the semi-final of the Connacht Senior Football Championship.
"The three games we won put us in a strong position, we were trying to change the fundamentals of how we played and we were going to stick with that regardless and we did," James Horan said last week when asked about the the middle eight portion of Mayo's league campaign that saw them have successive losses against Dublin and Galway.
Mayo's trip to the big apple to take on New York in the first round of the championship can only be described as a monumental occasion and event for all concerned with Mayo GAA.
Winning the national league title at the end of March is not the end goal for the Mayo team - as the next step on its journey gets under way next Sunday - in as far flung a championship location as you can get - in Gaelic Park, in the Bronx, in New York. Rather, continuing to build and develop the fundamentals they worked on during the league over the summer - is what James Horan is looking to see over the next few months.