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Mayo ran riot in the NUIG Connacht GAA Center of Excellence AirDome in Bekan last Saturday night in their opening round clash of the National Football League against Westmeath.
The country is getting back to the way things used to be, opening up and stretching its arms wide for the first time properly in almost two years - but the flicker of faces on computer screens is still the communication method of choice for a late Monday appointment for James Horan with the Mayo press corp.
Both Mayo and Armagh have already booked their places in the last eight of the competitions, following both sides' wins in round two last weekend.
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 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.
Tomorrow afternoon will see Mayo's championship season throw in when they travel to Markievicz Park to take on Sligo, and it will be a different looking Mayo side going into championship action than the one we are used to seeing over the past decade.
All roads lead north for Mayo on Saturday for their Connacht Senior Football Championship opener against Sligo in Markievicz Park which throws in at 4.30pm.
Mayo had already booked their place in the semi-finals of the league before their win over Meath last weekend, but keeping up winning ways and giving game time to some players who haven't featured yet this year was a pleasing outcome for James Horan.
The Mayo senior camogie team are looking to put together back-to-back wins tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Louth to Tooreen in their final round robin game in Division 4 of the National Camogie League.
With one win under their belts already the Mayo senior hurlers will be looking to make it two from two, when they take on Roscommon in Hyde Park tomorrow afternoon.