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The curtain comes down on another Connacht Rugby season that has produced a mixed bag of results in this Covid year.
In a hugely competitive SSE Aitricity League first division crucial games are arriving thick and fast for Galway United, who travel to Turners Cross tomorrow for a clash against Cork City (7.45pm).
Connacht desperately want a repeat performance over Leinster when they meet in Saturday's Rainbow Cup second-round fixture at the Sportsground (7.35pm).
Mayo got back on the training field earlier this week for the first time since before last year's All Ireland final, but their preparations for the upcoming National Football League and championship season has been dealt a blow, with reports emerging that captain, Aidan O'Shea, has picked up a knee injury during their first session back on the field.
Good news, and bad for Connacht representation on this year's Six Nations rugby squad.
Connacht, after a week's break, are back in action on Sunday for a rescheduled PRO14 fixture against Ospreys in the Sportsground (3pm).
If lessons were learned from Connacht's defeat to Ulster, now all the positives from victory over Leinster must be repeated in the last of the interprovincial fixtures this weekend.
Connacht return to the Galway Sportsground needing to utilise home advantage, and for the first time this season put two victories back-to-back.
Connacht head to Wales on Saturday looking for a second successive away PRO14 win when they face the Dragons at Rodney Parade (5.15pm).
Galway sports star and Kilkerrin/Clonberne footballer Nicola Ward has endured a challenging six months since suffering a knee injury in last year's All Ireland Senior Club final.