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Analysis: Nasty edge to Dublin and Mayo clash

Analysis: Nasty edge to Dublin and Mayo clash

A nasty edge to proceedings marred yesterday's drawn All-Ireland semi-final according to Sunday Game analysts Kevin McStay, Ciarán Whelan and Tomás Ó Sé.
Dublin and Mayo clash ends all-square

Dublin and Mayo clash ends all-square

Andy Moran emerged as Mayo's super substitute at Croke Park with a dramatic injury-time equaliser that capped an incredible comeback, securing All-Ireland football semi-final replay.
Holmes: I knew players would never give up

Holmes: I knew players would never give up

Mayo co-manager Pat Holmes insisted he knew his players possessed the resilience to come back against Dublin despite looking in "serious, serious trouble" with ten minutes to go in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
O'Connor regrets Mayo waste after Dublin draw

O'Connor regrets Mayo waste after Dublin draw

Mayo's Cillian O'Connor said his side did not take enough of their chances in their All-Ireland semi-final clash with Dublin.
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