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Galway and Mayo must go again after a pulsating battle ended in a draw last Sunday evening in Castlebar.
A brave and battling performance by Mayo saw them earn a hard fought draw against Galway in the Connacht Final in Castlebar on Sunday evening.
The annual meeting of Mayo and Galway in the final of the Connacht Ladies Senior Football Championship will see its next instalment take place on Sunday afternoon in MacHale Park.
Despite having Sarah Rowe back available for selection – Mayo manager Peter Leahy opted to leave the returning Aussie Rules player on the bench for this must win game if they wanted to make the league semi-finals against Cork in Castlebar.
Mayo picked up their second win of the Ladies National Football League on Sunday with a 3-12 to 2-12 win over Westmeath in Mullingar. That win came on the back of three losses on the bounce for Peter Leahy's side to Donegal, Dublin and Galway.
After running Dublin so close in a thriller last Saturday evening, most people would have expected Mayo manager Peter Leahy to put his trust in the same 15 that took to the field in that brilliant encounter.
Defending champions Dublin moved to the summit of the Lidl National Football League Division One table with an impressive comeback victory over Mayo at Croke Park.
Captain Karen Guthrie led the way again as Donegal battled through a deluge in Convoy to seal their second win on the trot when pulling away from a gallant Mayo outfit in the final quarter.
The Mayo senior ladies will make the long trip north to Convoy to take on Donegal in round two of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association National League on Sunday afternoon.
This was certainly a match which fitted all the criteria of the old adage – ‘A game of two halves.’