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Armagh qualified for their first TG4 All-Ireland Senior Semi-Final since 2015 with two Aimee Mackin goals and one each from Kelly Mallon and Catherine Marley denying Mayo a return to the knock-out stages.
The Mayo Ladies senior footballers will be getting a taste of heading to the capital tomorrow for a big championship game, a few weeks before they hope to do the same again when it is all up for grabs in the All Ireland final.
Mayo saw off Tyrone with ease in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday afternoon to set up a winner takes all clash with Armagh next weekend for a place in the Ladies Gaelic football Association All Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-finals.
The Mayo Ladies footballers have had their fair share of the headlines for reasons off-the-pitch over the years - but one of their stars is determined to keep creating good ones on-the-pitch for as long as she can.
The Mayo Ladies will welcome Westmeath on Sunday in round five of the National Football League.
Mayo made it two wins from three in their rearranged Ladies National Football League clash with Waterford last Sunday in Swinford, running out 0-6 to 0-2 winners during a weather-hit clash.
This Sunday will see the Mayo ladies senior footballers take on Waterford in a rearranged clash after their meeting last Sunday was called off due to a weather warning.
The Mayo senior ladies will welcome Waterford to Swinford in round three of the National Football League on Sunday afternoon.
“I would love a situation where the four girls couldn’t make the team, I’d be a very happy man” said Mayo Ladies Senior Manager Peter Leahy on Sunday afternoon after watching his side see off Donegal in their league opener in Swinford.
They may have four of their top forwards on the other side of the world but Mayo turned in a really impressive display in Swinford to win their first points of the Lidl National Football League against Maxi Curran’s Donegal.