Mayo in the driving seat in All Ireland semi

81,364 have packed Croke Park and at the moment with the second half still to play it’s looking like a Mayo v Donegal All Ireland final on September 23rd.

81,364 have packed Croke Park and at the moment with the second half still to play it’s looking like a Mayo v Donegal All Ireland final on September 23rd.

Dublin started well with two frees but went another 16 minutes before they scored from play while Mayo really have shown up in huge style.

Mid way through the half Dublin appeared to get going with Diarmaid Connolly showing leadership and Dublin were unlucky to miss a goal chance.

However, the second half of the ‘first half’ was almost all Mayo and the western side are looking very strong.

Dublin’s star man Bernard Brogan is struggling but he had his brother Alan to come on now for the second half - and of course the Dubs will now be kicking into the second half.

At half time it’s Mayo 12 points, Dublin six points.