Football: O'Mahony Is Not Done with Squad Experiment; GAA NFL: Mayo Boss Eyes League Double

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Football: O'Mahony Is Not Done with Squad Experiment; GAA NFL: Mayo Boss Eyes League Double


Byline: By PAT NOLAN

HAVING seen off the challenge of All-Ireland champions Kerry at the weekend, Mayo boss John O'Mahony has turned his thoughts to this Sunday's trip to Donegal in the second round of the Allianz National Football league.

The Ulster side pulled off an impressive victory over Cork in Pairc Ui Rinn on Saturday, although the home side were down to 13 men for the closing stages.

"We saw what Donegal did down in Cork. With (Brendan) Devenney back and (Kevin) Cassidy back they're really up for it," said O'Mahony.

Wing-forward Alan Dillon, who kicked four points against the Kingdom, hailed Mayo's win while also urging caution ahead of the trip to Ballybofey.

"Kerry will be strong again this year and, playing them in the first game, it's always important to get off to a winning start so we're delighted," he said.

"We've worked hard over the last few weeks and it showed in the last 10 or 15 minutes. Kerry were missing a few (players), we all know that.

"Donegal will be a tough task, they had a great victory over Cork. We'll take nothing for granted and take every game as it comes."

Two of the positions where Mayo were wiped out in the early stages of last year's All-Ireland final were at centre-back and fullback. …

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