Former Mayo midfielder Seamus O’Shea has backed his brother Aidan to produce a big performance in the All-Ireland Final against Tyrone.
The Mayo captain had a poor game by his high standards against Dublin in the semi-final and was eventually substituted.
Seamus believes that experience will give his brother an extra motivation to have a major say in the All-Ireland Final.
O’Shea has been hugely impressed by his Breaffy club-mate Matty Ruane in midfield and how he has blossomed in the last two years to nail down a starting place in the team.
Brian Kennedy and Conn Kilpatrick have been a rock-solid midfield duo for the Ulster champions this year, but O’Shea hopes they’ll find themselves on the back foot against Mayo.