The All-Ireland SFC quarter-final draw has thrown up some interesting ties after a weekend of intriguing qualifiers.
Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Kevin McStay and Niall McCoy to look back on the weekend and look ahead to the last-eight.
Armagh man Niall is not the only one enthused by the Orchard's slaying of their Donegal dragon and Kevin agrees that of all the qualifiers, their quarter-final against Galway is the most winnable.
Mayo's latest effort at escapology had Rory remembering a beloved 1990s ad campaign for a fizzy orange drink, while Mikey could only chuckle at James Horan's fury with the squad list rule.
Kevin bemoans Roscommon's continued lack of sufficient dogged, 'in your face' defenders to prevent that Clare comeback, with Niall wondering what treats Derry will have in store for Keelan Sexton and Co.
Could Cork welcome Dublin to Páirc Uí Chaoimh for their quarter-final? Probably not, but Rory thinks it would be an interesting move and could give the Cork public a chance to view up close the level they aspire to reach.
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