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The weather may have been foul at times, but the football was nothing less than ferocious last weekend.
Anyone who has ever spent any time with Andy Moran knows the man can talk and will talk. He's always engaging and entertaining and this week his new book Andy - Lessons learned in the pursuit of glory was launched.
After three rounds of action in the group stages and 24 games, the 16 teams that were at the starting line of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship has been whittled down to eight, and by Sunday evening there will be just four teams left standing in the race for the Paddy Moclair Cup.
After two rounds of action in the Mayo senior championship, it’s still all to play for, for most clubs heading into round three next weekend.
I envisaged a surprise result or two in the senior championship last weekend. I didn't expect it to occur in Tallagh where county champions Knockmore came unstuck against Belmullet who made a mockery of the odds in a very low scoring contest winning by 2-04 to 1-04.
It was always going to be a game where everything had to go right for Mayo, or at least 90 per cent right. On Saturday they fell well short of that.
It was the first time since 1951 that we entered an All-Ireland final as favourites. Every Mayo person, myself included, genuinely felt this was our time.
An é seo an bhliain? Aistear fada, lán le misneach, fiú amháin ar na laethanta pianmhar. Is minic go raibh Maigh Eo beagnach ar bharr an gcnoic.
Just sit back and take in everything that happens in the first 90 seconds once the ball is thrown in on Saturday night; that's the advice of former Mayo captain Andy Moran.
At the end of the Mayo-Dublin All-Ireland semi-final five weeks ago, as the ‘Green and Red of Mayo’ boomed out over the loudspeakers, the chorus reverberated around the ground like a war-cry signalling the end of the most hurtful oppression imaginable at the hands of Dublin for over a decade.