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It was a disappointed Padraic Joyce who faced the media after Galway were unable to generate any second half scores from play in their Connacht Final capitulation at Croke Park this afternoon.
The classical western contest upped sticks and headed to the big city for one day only and while it may have been played out on fancier turf than the old sod from home, it still had that old familiar feeling from days gone by in the old shed in Tuam Stadium and the memories from MacHale Park.
All roads lead east for Mayo and Galway on Sunday as the unusual surrounds of Croke Park host the latest instalment of this age-old classic between the two counties.
The Connacht Council decision to bring our provincial football showpiece to the hallowed turf of Croke Park has been met with very different views and opinions.
Galway face Mayo this Sunday afternoon in a Connacht final with extra significance. Not only is it a continuation of the old-school straight knock out championship, but, to accommodate the expected large crowds, the game has been moved to Croke Park.
In what was a whirlwind 72 hours over last weekend Mayo went from the hectic, having to deal with an Covid-19 flare-up in the camp to what in the end turned out to be the most mundane part of it all - an actual championship game against Leitrim, who they dispatched with ease.
Mayo waltzed into the Connacht Senior Football Championship final without having to break a sweat against Leitrim in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon.
Everything points to Mayo winning and winning well against Leitrim in the Connacht Senior Football Championship semi-final.
Mayo take on Leitrim on Sunday for the right to play in the 2021 Connacht senior football final.
Mayo displaced the challenge of Sligo with ease last Saturday on the road - and with Leitrim now coming up in the Connacht Senior Football Championship semi-final next weekend, the focus of Mayo manger James Horan has been firmly fixed on that game.