- Mayo manager James Horan says they will have to be at their best to beat London
- Kevin McStay looks ahead to the Connacht and Ulster Football Finals
- Nigel Crawford and Sean McCaigue look ahead to the weekend's football Championship action
- Brian Carthy looks ahead to the Connacht and Ulster football finals and the Round 3 qualifiers
Andy Moran will feature for Mayo in Sunday’s Connacht football final as he prepares for his first competitive start for the county since injuring his cruciate ligament last year.
Moran is included at corner-forward on James Horan’s team against surprise finalists London. Mayo are seeking to win their third Connacht title on the trot
The Ballaghaderreen man is one of four changes on the Mayo team.
Goalkeeper Robert Hennelly - who had withdrawn from the panel earlier this season - will now start due to injuries to both David Clarke and Kenneth O'Malley.
Chris Barrett will start at corner-back and Darren Coen lines out at corner-forward. An injury to Donal Vaughan sees Keith Higgins get the nod at centre back.
Mayo: R Hennelly; T Cunniffe, G Cafferkey, C Barrett; L Keegan, K Higgins, C Boyle; A O'Shea, S O'Shea; K McLoughlin, A Dillon, R Feeney; A Moran, A Freeman, D Coen.