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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.
“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.
The Mayo Ladies senior footballers will get their 2020 competitive season up and running on Sunday afternoon when they welcome Donegal to Swinford Amenity Park at 2.30pm.
On Sunday afternoon Moy Davitts will look to do what no side has done in the past two decades and deny Carnacon another Mayo senior football title.
This Sunday will see the Mayo Ladies Senior Football Championship reach the semi-final stage after the conclusion of the group stages last weekend.
The 14-year drought for Galway is finally over. For the first time since 2005, Galway ladies will contest the All-Ireland championship senior final after edging neighbours Mayo in Sunday's semi-final.
Mayo manager Peter Leahy says his players continue to grow as a unit as they booked their place in a TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final.
Goals in each half from Maria Reilly and Sarah Rowe, combined with a driving performance from the back by Danielle Caldwell helped Mayo book their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final with victory over Armagh.
Following on from their impressive win over Ulster champions Donegal in their final round robin game of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship, the Mayo Ladies will go into tomorrow's All Ireland quarter-final as favourites to book a place in the All Ireland semi-final.
The magnificent full-forward line of Grace Kelly, Rachel Kearns and Sarah Rowe came up trumps for Mayo at O’Connor Park in Tullamore as they claimed top spot in Group 4 of the TG4 All-Ireland SFC with a deserved triumph over Donegal.