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Dublin remain on course to win a fifth TG4 All-Ireland SFC in a row after qualifying for their eighth final in a row with this five-points win at Croke Park.
The Mayo Ladies senior footballers are back in the final four of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship and it is where they belong - even with the team and current management team only coming together earlier this year, says manager Michael Moyles.
The last time that these sides met was in the final four of the league back in June and the Dubs ran out a comprehensive 4-15 to 0-10 winners in the LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.
Aimee Mackin led the way with a haul of 3-6 as Armagh set up a TG4 All-Ireland SFC quarter-final date with Meath after this impressive Group 1 victory at Ballinamore.
Both Mayo and Armagh have already booked their places in the last eight of the competitions, following both sides' wins in round two last weekend.
Mayo were able to hold off a brave Cavan showing to pick up the points in this opening round of the LGFA senior football championship.
The Mayo Ladies seniors get their National Football League campaign up and running on Saturday evening, when they take on Galway in MacHale Park at 7.30pm.
The Mayo Ladies senior footballers will get their National League campaign underway on Saturday evening, when they take on local rivals Galway in MacHale Park.
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.