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At least the GAA have done something right for us Mayo fans when combining the Junior All-Ireland final with our Senior quarter-final on August 8. It will be a long sitting in Croke Park however, for Mayo fans with the junior game throwing in at 2pm and the senior game expected to throw in at 6pm. It is a great opportunity for the juniors and I am glad they are getting a run out on the hallowed turf. It may be a first and last experience for some of them as players so I am sure they will cherish it.
Ray Silke, our man from south of the border, caught up with a few former players who've been through this particular battle before, to get their thoughts on who will win on Sunday.
Our man south of the border, Ray Silke caught up with two of the men who could shape the outcome of Sunday's game in Salthill this week, Cillian O'Connor and Gary O'Donnell
While the Connacht final is taking up everyone’s attention in this side of the country this weekend, the 2014 All Ireland football championship has been in full swing for a few months now.
Mayo's John Maughan and John Casey, and Galway's Kevin Walsh and Ray Silke, met up earlier in the week at Breaffy House Hotel to preview this Sunday's Connacht final and cast an eye on the All-Ireland championship itself.
What happens when you put two Mayo men and two Galway men who've all been there and done it all before in a Connacht final together in a room and let them thrash out the big issues ahead of this Sunday's meeting between Mayo and Galway? Well to find out just click play below on the www.advertiser.ie's first ever vodcast ahead of this Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Final between Mayo and Galway in MacHale Park on Sunday.
Advertiser.ie took another step into the future of journalism this week, by producing its first ever vodcast ahead of this Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Final between Mayo and Galway in MacHale Park on Sunday.
By Ray Silke