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On Sunday June 16 at 4pm Galway will for the fourth year in-a-row face Roscommon in the Connacht final.
If Mayo are to make their way through the back roads and byways of the qualifiers and through the Super Eights and on to an All Ireland semi-final and then final - they will have to navigate eight games in 71 days.
After a difficult first-half for the away side, Galway began to open up in the second half with two quick-fire goals that their dominance deserved. These goals, followed by a last-minute strike by debutant Martin Farragher, gave Galway a 13-point win over Sligo in Sunday's Connacht Senior Football Championship semi-final in Markievicz Park.
In a repeat of last year’s Connacht semi-final Galway senior footballers face Sligo in the newly revamped Markievicz Park on Sunday (3.30pm).
Galway’s trip to Ruislip for Sunday's opening championship game might have ended differently if London's Killian Butler's late effort had been on target to level the game with just two minutes of regulation time left. Luckily for Galway, however, it went narrowly wide, and Kevin Walsh's men closed out the game and won by four points, 0-16 to 1-09.
Still missing some of their more senior players, Galway head to London for this season's championship opener in Ruislip on Sunday (3pm).
Sunday was a disappointing end to an otherwise positive league campaign for Galway, losing to Tyrone 0-13 to 2-17 at Healy Park, Omagh.
One point was all that was needed to confirm division one status for Galway footballers for 2020 but the home side set their sights on a bigger prize at Pearse Stadium on Saturday.
Roscommon travel to Pearse S tadium on Saturday afternoon fighting for their safety in division one, with the throw-in at 3.30pm.
It was misery all round for Mayo GAA as our senior men and ladies suffered a double defeat for the second week in a row.