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Final like no other

Wednesday, 11th November, 2020 10:19am

Story by Billy Coss
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Final like no other
Final like no other

THE 2020 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship has already been whittled down to just a dozen teams and on Sunday afternoon at a near-deserted Pearse Stadium, Galway will host old rivals Mayo in the first of this year's provincial finals.

 Herald Sport spoke with Tribesmen manager Padraic Joyce about receiving a walkover from Sligo, Mayo's victory over Roscommon at Hyde Park and the upcoming behind closed doors final at Pearse Stadium.


Form is temporary, class is permanent in fellas. Some players playing on Sunday will have better form than other players. They're all class footballers and we're hoping we have an extra bit of class come the end of it.

Read the full interview as part of our extensive preview of the final in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald, on sale in shops and online

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