O'Donnell: Mayo win could "count for nothing"

May 15, 2018

Kerry's Brian O Seanachain and Gary O'Donnell of Galway tussle.
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Gary O'Donnell says Galway's latest victory over Mayo will count for nothing unless the Tribesmen kick on.

Kevin Walsh's charges also beat their neighbours in the 2016 and 2017 championships but it was Mayo who went on to contest both All-Ireland finals, while Galway failed to carry their provincial form into the business end of the summer season:

"There was a couple of tough years where we couldn't get the better of them," O'Donnell told The Irish Daily Mirror. "That seems to have flipped on its head now at this stage but it counts for nothing really unless we make something of it for the rest of championship.

"We'll have Sligo next in a couple of weeks' time. We're breaking for club championship in the next week so once we've that done we'll be all guns blazing again."

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