Full-Time: Mayo 5-11 London 0-10
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Match report to follow
London Vs Mayo – McHale Park, Castlebar, 2pm
Afternoon all – scroll to the bottom for latest updates.
The big day is finally here – London Vs Mayo in the Connacht Final with throw-in at 2pm.
Our sports editor Ronan Early and reporter Robert Mulhern are in Castlebar and will be reporting back throughout the game and a number of our other reporters and photographers will be out around London and Castlebar soaking up the atmosphere.
Here are some photos by Holly McGlynn as the Exiles headed west yesterday having travelled from London Southend Airport on a specially chartered Aer Lingus flight.
Great video here of London leaving yesterday for Castlebar – Via Aer Lingus Regional
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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 (capt), A Freeman, D Coen.
London – D Traynor, P Butler, S Curran, D McGreevy, S Hannon (capt), S Mulligan, T Gaughan, C Doyle, P Geraghty, G Crowley, D Dunleavy, C McCallion, E O’Neill, L Mulvey, C Magee
Well underway now with 10minutes gone as Mayo lead 1-3 to 0-1 following an Alan Freeman goal for Mayo
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London’s Eoin O’Neill puts the ball in the net but it’s disallowed for a challenge on Mayo goalkeeper Robert Hennelly.
Nearly a second goal for Mayo but Seamus O’Shea somehow skys the ball wide.
Second goal for Mayo as Darren Coen scores and puts Mayo into a 10-point lead – 2-6 to 0-2
HALF-TIME: Mayo 2-6. London 0-5
Your thoughts at half-time
Two bad misses by London’s Colm Daly are punished as Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor scores his county’s third goal – 3-8 to 0-8
Cillian O’Connor blasts home Mayo’s fourth goal. Looks like its now game over here as Mayo pull 13 points in front here in Castlebar. Mayo 4-9 London 0-8
Irish Post photographer Malcolm McNally is with London fans in Ruislip. Here is the mood pre-game. It can’t be as happy there now:
Full-Time: Mayo 5-11 London 0-10:
It’s all over for London – for now. They enter the qualifiers and will face Cavan next week. Mayo claim their third consecutive Connacht title as they win by 16 points. It’s the All-Ireland quarter-final stage for them next.