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Mayo picked up where they left off last weekend against Monaghan in Healy Park on Saturday afternoon where they put hosts Tyrone to the sword.
Things couldn't really have gone much better for the Mayo senior hurlers last Saturday - a 25 point victory, 12 different players getting on the scoreboard and the first competitive win of the year under their belts.
There is no time to rest for Mayo - following last weekend's loss to Tyrone and relegation to division two next year, they have to get back on the horse in double-quick time as the Connacht Championship throws in on Sunday lunch time.
Division two awaits Mayo next season after they were seen off by Tyrone by a single point in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon.
It is all pretty simple for Mayo - win on Sunday against Tyrone and they will be playing division one football next season; lose and it is division two; draw and then they'll be waiting on results from elsewhere to come in, to see if they can cling on to their division one status.
Mayo have responded in the face of adversity before. When a situation looked doomed, this team somehow got inspiration from somewhere to rectify the wrongs, to produce performances when we didn't expect them and when we needed them badly.
A huge crowd is expected in Tuam Stadium on Sunday when Galway footballers will host Tyrone in round four of the Allianz League (2pm).
We will never know what the outcome would have been had Mayo kept their full complement on the field for the duration of the contest, but for the first 15 minutes or so, Mayo certainly had the better of proceedings against the Dubs.
Mayo's league success last term was unexpected but encouraging and most definitely came as an added bonus.
Well, what a packed week we have had, and more to come.