With the All-Ireland final against Tyrone now fast approaching, Mayo supporters are doubtless finding it hard to concentrate on anything other than the big game, with all the questions that this contest throws up.
Following Tyrone's shock win over Kerry in last Saturday's second All-Ireland semi-final, the countdown to this year's Sam Maguire decider now begins in earnest
With the extremely long lead-in to this year's All-Ireland final, Mayo have the luxury of getting a close-up view of the delayed semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone, the winners of which will meet James Horan's team in the Sam Maguire decider on 11th September
Mayo supporters are still coming down gently off the high from Saturday night, when the county qualified for its second All-Ireland final appearance in successive years and its sixth in ten years, ending Dublin's long unbeaten run in the Championship in the process
Over the past decade Mayo supporters have had several Croke Park days to remember
On Saturday evening, for the tenth time since 2012, Mayo take on Dublin in an all-or-nothing Championship showdown at Croke Park.
Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Dublin draws ever nearer and while many Mayo supporters will have their own memories of previous seismic clashes between the counties from their vantage point of looking in from the outside, we don't often get any insights about what those games were like from the point of view of those taking part
There's less than a week to go now to the All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Mayo at Croke Park
In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we start the countdown to the big match, in the company of Mayo News columnist Billy Joe Padden and former Mayo manager Stephen Rochford
Mayo claimed their second Connacht title in succession when they stormed back in the second half at Croke Park on Sunday, beating Galway by six points
That oft-posed footballing question - will Galway bate Mayo? - is set to get another airing this coming Sunday, this time in the novel surroundings of Croke Park
Mayo galloped to an easy win over Leitrim last Sunday to book their place in this year's Connacht football final. The Nestor Cup decider will, like last year, be a knockout clash against old rivals Galway, with the game down for decision on Sunday week