Fantasy GAA: Dublin v Mayo – Three to Watch

Dublin will be looking for back to back All Ireland final appearances when they take on Connacht champions Mayo at GAA HQ and are delighted to offer GAA fans the chance to WIN a cool GAA tee-shirt from in our fantasy GAA game. is a new real time fantasy sports game for GAA, Rugby and Football – it offers players the chance to play an exciting and strategic game in a banter filled competitive environment. It’s free to enter and updates in real time. The concept is simple – all you have to do is log onto, register and pick five players from the squad of players on show.

To make your task even easier, we have picked three players that we think will have a big bearing on events on Sunday.

Fantasy5live Three to Watch:

Alan Brogan: Brogan missed the win over Laois with a groin injury but the current footballer of the year is back in the Dublin XV for the clash with Mayo. His battle with Donal Vaughan will be key to any Dublin success as will his link up play with Brother Bernard. Alan has scored 0-05 so far in the Championship, one less than keeper Stephen Cluxton.

Alan Dillon: The Mayo man is comfortable with the ball in hand and has a calming presence about him. Dillon’s ability to bring other into play will be crucial especially with Andy Moran missing. The Ballintubber man has scored 0-09, all from play, for Mayo so far in the Championship.

Enda Varley: Varley has drafted into Mayo line up to replace the injured Moran. Moran suffered a knee injury in the win over Down and Varley beat off competition from Alan Freeman to replace the captain. He will hope for a big performance to justify his inclusion and to repay the faith James Horan has shown in him.

Previous Championship Meetings
2006: Mayo 1-16 Dublin 2-12 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1985: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-7 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
1985: Dublin 1-13 Mayo 1-13 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
1955: Dublin1-8 Mayo 1-7 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
1955: Dublin 0-7 Mayo 1-4 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
1923: Dublin 1-6 Mayo 1-2 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1921: Dublin 1-9 Mayo 0-2 (All-Ireland final)
1904: Dublin 0-8 Mayo 1-4 (All-Ireland semi-final)

So why not log onto and register for the first Monday night game of the new season.


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