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Mayo captain Kelly lights up All-Ireland semi with stunning solo goal

The Moy Davitts forward drew Mayo level in the second half with an incredible run and finish.

Niamh Kelly takes on Louise Ward at Croker.
Niamh Kelly takes on Louise Ward at Croker.
Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

IN A REPEAT of their provincial decider, neighbours Galway and Mayo are squaring off in Croke Park this afternoon with a place in the All-Ireland final at stake.

With Galway leading by three points at the start of the second half, Mayo’s Niamh Kelly produced a captain’s moment of magic as she single-handedly clawed her side back to parity.

The Moy Davitts forward gathered possession not far from halfway before marauding into Galway territory, a clever solo dummy putting her in on Lisa Murphy’s goal and a tidy finish levelling proceedings.

At the time of writing, the teams are level at 2-9 apiece with five minutes remaining.

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