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Don't forget there is an All-Ireland football trophy heading for Mayo tonight

The county minor side are crossing the Shannon with silverware.

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Pic: @MayoGAA

IT’S A TOUGH time today to be a Mayo fan after they suffered more heartbreak in yesterday’s All-Ireland senior football final.

But while the wait for Sam Maguire goes on, there is an All-Ireland football trophy crossing the Shannon tonight.

Here’s captain Stephen Coen with the Tom Markham Cup as the Mayo minor squad head on the train home after claiming the county’s first national trophy at that level since 1985.

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