Mayo beat Kildare on the double last weekend and on Monday morning the county's Senior team were drawn to play Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter-final the weekend after next, while the Minors will also take on Kerry that weekend in the All-Ireland semi-final.
After waiting for six weeks for a game, now Mayo have two matches in the space of a week with the Round 2 Qualifier against Kildare fixed for Croke Park next Saturday.
The waiting is finally over and now the countdown is on in earnest ahead of Mayo's Round 1 qualifier clash with Monaghan on Saturday
The Round 1 qualifier draw has been made, with the pairing that pits Mayo against Monaghan giving supporters of both counties a first-ever Championship meeting between them to look forward to
With the draw for the football qualifiers fast approaching, Mike and Rob are joined in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast by Tommy Rooney of Off The Ball and host of The Football Pod
As the football Championship begins to gather pace, in this episode of the podcast Mike and Rob are joined by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent to chat about the summer campaign and Mayo's possible place in it
The Senior, Intermediate and Junior club Championship draws were made at MacHale Park earlier this evening
Sunday's defeat to Galway represents a bad blow to Mayo's hopes for progress in this year's Championship, sending them once more off down the qualifier road, with all manner of doubts about how the rest of the summer will play out for them
A big week lies ahead for Mayo GAA, with Championship matches involving the county taking place over the coming days at Senior, Under 20 and Minor (U17) levels
With the frantic week-on-week schedule of the National League now behind us and the Championship getting underway very shortly, this leaves only a short gap in between for other chat
We're now just days away from the Connacht Championship meeting between Mayo and Galway and in this episode of the Mayo News Football Podcast we preview the big game on Sunday at MacHale Park
Mayo were badly beaten by Kerry in Sunday's National League final and in this episode of the Mayo News football podcast podcast, specially extended for club members, Mike Finnerty is joined by podcast regular Billy Joe Padden and by special guest Tony Leen of the Irish Examiner to look back on the big game at Croke Park