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The Mayo minors take centre stage this weekend as they take on Galway in the All-Ireland final on Friday evening in Hyde Park Roscommon, throw in at 7.15pm.
It was a disappointing night for the Mayo u20s on Wednesday when Sligo came from behind to pip them at the end to claim the Connacht u20 title on their home patch.
Football is only a game, and after recent events in Sligo, the game gave that county a massive lift last Wednesday night when they claimed their first ever u20 (or u21 as the age grade used to be) provincial title, in dramatic circumstances.
With 46 minutes gone on the clock in the spring early evening sunshine on the banks of the Shannon, Frank Irwin stroked over his sixth point of the day to put Mayo eleven points clear on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-4.
Mayo claimed a crucial away win in a hard fought 2-10 to 1-11 contest against Monaghan in Clones to set them up nicely in the division one table after two rounds.
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.
Mayo can have no complaints about this one. Roscommon stood up when the game was there to be won, stuck to their game plan and hurt Mayo on the scoreboard when the chances arose.
It was a massacre at MacHale Park as Mayo crushed Leitrim by 5-20 to 0-11 to qualify for the Connacht final against Galway on July 25, which is now going to take place in Croke Park.
It was some introduction to inter-county management for new Mayo u20 manager Maurice Sheridan on Tuesday night.
The grand old ground in Tuam has seen plenty of tough battles down through the years between Mayo and Galway.