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Last Sunday - had all been right in the world - Mayo could have played the Connacht senior football championship semi-final and would then have, hopefully, been looking forward to a provincial final date in a fortnight's time. Such a scenario is unfortunately not to be at the moment - however, when the bell IS rung to start the championship, it won't take Mayo long to get up and ready for it - according to Aidan O'Shea.
This Saturday May 2, Mayo Day will take place solely online, with a live show on www.mayo.ie and Mayo.ie’s Facebook Page.
Galway returned to winning ways on Sunday, coming from behind to win in Letterkenny against Donegal.
The last time that Mayo travelled to Navan to take on Meath in the National Football League - the Royals came away with a 1-16 to 0-12 win back in late March 2003.
There might not be a Las Vegas in the Hills of Donegal in reality, but Mayo at least left Ballybofey breaking even thanks to a late deflected James Durcan goal. The Castlebar Mitchels man knew he had to gamble it all on one play at the death and it paid off handsomely for Mayo when all was said and done.
Ballintubber limped over the line against Leitrim champions Glencar Manorhamilton in the Connacht quarter final on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-9 to set up a mouth-watering clash with All-Ireland club champions Corofin next Sunday at 2pm in Tuam.
Everyone is invited to a celebration of Mayo, when Castlebar native, Michael Murphy, launches his Collected Poems in the Mayo County Library on Thursday, November 7 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Off-the-field shenanigans have yet again catapulted Mayo GAA into the headlines and yet again for all the wrong reasons.
You would imagine there is very little more than can be written about Mayo and Dublin's rivalry over the past seven years.
It was an occasion like we have never experienced, it was a performance that we have become somewhat accustomed to, it was a result we could only have dreamed of. It was a proper Mayo day.