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Disgraceful Elbow Sees Mayo Down To 14 Men Against Galway

Disgraceful Elbow Sees Mayo Down To 14 Men Against Galway
By Eoin Lyons

Mayo are down to fourteen men against Galway in their opening match of the Championship after Diarmuid O'Connor was sent off for elbowing Paul Conroy. O'Connor was pulled back by a Mayo player but managed to evade him before clattering Conroy with a vicious elbow.

The Mayo man can have no complaints with the decision there. O'Connor was right under the referee's nose when he lifted his elbow into the challenge with Conroy:

O'Connor caught Conroy flush on the face as the Galway man fell to the floor:

Again, I reiterate, right under the nose of the ref!

O'Connor's reckless behaviour did not go down well with viewers:

Kieran O'Malley reckons O'Connor has an ulterior motive for getting the red card:

Mayo are down by a point at half time but will do well to salvage something from the game with fourteen men.

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