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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' senior footballers will face off against All Ireland champions Dublin tomorrow evening in the LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick at 5.15pm for a place in the LGFA National Football League Division One final.
On a blisteringly hot afternoon in Lakepoint Park, Mullingar, Mayo booked their place in the Lidl NFL Division 1 semi final against Dublin with an emphatic and thoroughly deserved win against an out of sorts Westmeath.
Mayo will make the journey to the midlands this weekend looking to get back to winning ways against Westmeath, following their narrow defeat to Donegal last weekend in Ballybofey.
Following on from their win over Galway last Saturday evening, the Mayo Ladies senior footballers are heading to Ballybofey on Saturday evening to take on Donegal at 6pm.
Galway Ladies will be keen to take the points on Sunday against Westmeath (Pearse Stadium 2pm) after falling to neighbours Mayo by a single point in McHale Park.
Mayo manager Peter Leahy cannot be accused of not trawling far and wide to give players an opportunity to stake their claim for a spot in his side for the championship this summer.
Mayo will look to wrap up a semi-final spot in division one of the Ladies Football National Football League on Sunday when they welcome Monaghan to the Amenity Park in Swinford.
A storming first-half display saw Galway claim their fifth Connacht Ladies Senior Football Championship title in six years in MacHale Park, Castlebar, on Sunday.