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It was a disappointed Padraic Joyce who faced the media after Galway were unable to generate any second half scores from play in their Connacht Final capitulation at Croke Park this afternoon.
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.
Over the past 12 seasons, just four clubs have ended the year with the Moclair Cup in their possession and for nine of those years, it was passed between Castlebar Mitchels and Ballintubber, with Ballaghaderreen winning twice and Charlestown once.
They have won more Moclair Cups than any other club in the county with 36 to their name, but it has been 13 years since Ballina Stephenites last brought the old trophy to the banks of the Moy.
Club football has been back up and running for the past few weeks, but this is the big one that we all have been waiting for.
Without doubt, we are living through one of the biggest stories the world has ever seen. We are living through a time that will command chapters when the history books are rewritten.
Mayo are staring down the barrel of relegation to division two of the National Football League following their third defeat from five games last Sunday against Kerry in Castlebar.
Mayo have responded in the face of adversity before. When a situation looked doomed, this team somehow got inspiration from somewhere to rectify the wrongs, to produce performances when we didn't expect them and when we needed them badly.
Mayo manager James Horan has made five changes to the team that started their division one win over Meath two weeks ago for this Sunday's clash with Monaghan in Clones.
Mayo's league success last term was unexpected but encouraging and most definitely came as an added bonus.