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Knockmore will face Roscommon champions Padraic Pearses in the Connacht senior club final on January 9 after the Roscommon outfit overcame Galway champions Mountbellew Moylough in a very fiery contest that ended in the most controversial circumstances.
It wasn't the greatest spectacle in the world. The purists and traditionalists will be out with the long knives criticising the quality of what unfolded in our showpiece club competition, but Knockmore couldn't care less, they have impressively won back-to-back county senior titles for the first time since 1997.
The location really could not be better for Sunday's Mayo Senior Football Championship final. With James Stephens Park in Ballina hosting two north Mayo sides battling it out to be the best in land, something special is brewing up for Sunday.
When the draw was made for the Mayo senior football championship, all eyes were on group three, the group of death as it got effectively called, that included- Ballaghadeereen, Westport, Castlebar Mitchels and the unfortunate Balla.
Come Sunday afternoon at around 4pm and we will know who is going to be battling it out for the Moclair Cup in a fortnight's time.
The weather may have been foul at times, but the football was nothing less than ferocious last weekend.
After three rounds of action in the group stages and 24 games, the 16 teams that were at the starting line of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship has been whittled down to eight, and by Sunday evening there will be just four teams left standing in the race for the Paddy Moclair Cup.
The pedal remains firmly stuck to the floor in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship this weekend with round two coming hot on the heels of round one last weekend.
There were no major shocks as the first round of the Mayo GAA senior championship got under way last weekend but there certainly were some stand-out results and other nail-biting games that went to the wire.
It was the first time since 1951 that we entered an All-Ireland final as favourites. Every Mayo person, myself included, genuinely felt this was our time.