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All-Ireland Final 2012: Here are some of our favourite Mayo and Donegal YouTube clips

Ahead of the big game tomorrow, we recall some of the sides’ finest moments.

AHEAD OF THIS Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC final, we bring you some of the best Mayo and Donegal-related YouTube clips out there…

1. Want to have one more look at this hilarious tribute to Jim McGuinness? Of course you do.

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2. Donegal’s unexpected triumph against Kerry in the quarter-finals was one of their most memorable moments in years – watch the highlights of this impressive performance below:

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3. And their defeat of Cork in the semis was another vintage display.

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4. The analysis in the aftermath of Donegal versus Cork was also interesting, particularly in light of Pat Spillane’s infamous “puke football” comments previously.

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5. As has been stated ad nauseam of late, the last time Donegal won the All-Ireland was in 1992. Here’s what all the fuss is/was about.

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6. And of course, Donegal beat Mayo on their way to winning the All-Ireland that year. A good omen for them this time around perhaps?

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7. The last five minutes of Mayo’s semi-final against Dublin were both tense and thrilling from their supporters’ perspective. Eventually however, they just about emerged victorious.

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8. And as with Donegal, the RTE panellists haven’t exactly been kind on Mayo always either.

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9. Mayo gave evidence of their potential earlier in the year, as they dispatched Dublin with relative ease in National Football League.

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10. And of course, not to be outdone by Donegal, Mayo also have their own anthem ahead of Sunday’s final.

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Read: Donegal v Mayo: where the game will be won and lost this Sunday>

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