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Moycullen's All-Ireland quest came to an end on Sunday afternoon when losing to Watty Grahams The Glen 1-11 to 0-12 in Croke Park.
Right on cue, the drizzle started to fall as the final few moments of the Galway adventure came to a heartbreaking conclusion in Croke Park.
Where the hell do you start with this? An afternoon that had everything that you want to and don’t want to see on a football field - the great and the good, the old and the new and something completely different to round it off.
The Mayo tent was rolled up for another year, and another long winter of wondering and waiting will lie in store as a 71-years ticks into 72.
The story of this day will be talked about and remembered for generations to come in Kilmeena.
Junior football doesn't get the headlines that the senior or intermediate grades do during the year, but there are always one or two sides at the level that you can see are ready to take that step up.
This one will sting, more so than the other recent defeats in the concrete caldron on Jones Road on the biggest day of all.
Just sit back and take in everything that happens in the first 90 seconds once the ball is thrown in on Saturday night; that's the advice of former Mayo captain Andy Moran.
I had a dream two weeks ago, that Mayo won the 2021 All-Ireland football final. It was a joyous but weird dream.
After so many near misses, bad bounces of the ball and agonising moments - Mayo saw off Dublin in the championship for the first time since 2012.