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A final score line of 2-3 to 0-4 makes for dour reading in an All-Ireland final, but on an enormous day for ladies' football, Dublin bagged their three-in-a-row, and Galway come out with their heads held high.
Galway senior ladies footballers take a break from national league action this weekend to prepare for their final round against Donegal on April 7.
Defending champions Dublin moved to the summit of the Lidl National Football League Division One table with an impressive comeback victory over Mayo at Croke Park.
Mayo may have lost this Ladies Football All Ireland Senior Football Championship group encounter with Dublin - but there are still plenty of positives for them to take from it as the knock-out stages of the competition approach in the near future.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan is hopeful the midlanders can deliver against Wexford in Saturday evening's All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship preliminary quarter final clash at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar (7pm throw-in).
On a scorching hot Bank Holiday Sunday Dublin put in a scorching first half performance to lead Mayo by double scores at the break and set up their victory in the Ladies Football National Football League division one final in Parnell Park.
Mayo will have left MacHale Park on Saturday night, with a feeling that they aren’t that far away from the All Ireland champions Dublin.
Another Sunday in Croke Park and another heart-breaking defeat for Mayo against Dublin in an All Ireland final. This time it was the Mayo Ladies who came up short against the Dubs’ who ran out 4-11 to 0-11 winners against a battling and brave Mayo team.
Croke Park on the first Saturday in October will be the defining memory for a lot of Mayo GAA supporters that they take with them into 2017, but while there's still great disappointment that the Mayo senior footballers fell short at the final fence following a fantastic effort, there is still much to celebrate coming out of 2017.
“At half time we said we’d nothing to lose and to just go out there and have a go” Mayo manger Frank Browne said in the immediate aftermath of his sides heart breaking All Ireland semi-final loss in Cavan on Saturday night.