Mayo have booked their place in the Connacht MFC semi final following victory over Leitrim last night.
Four points seperated the sides in the finish against a very determined Leitrim side.
James Lavelle opened the scoring for Mayo, with Darragh Beirne on form in front of the posts in the first half - he got the pick of the bunch early on.
Paul Honeyman helped the Leitrim side to stick with Mayo, and after 15 minutes the sides were level at 0-5 each.
Leitrim missed a chance to go three ahead when Honeyman's penalty hit the bottom of the post before going wide.
Response came shortly from Sean Deane's men, when Colm Lynch goaled after 20 minutes to extend the Mayo lead.
Beirne and Josh Carey added points to give Mayo a two point advantage at the break.
After the restart, a solid third quarter from Mayo pushed them into a six point lead.
Credit to Leitrim, they never threw in the towel and Honeyman found the back of the net to reduce the gap.
Late Mayo scores just kept Leitrim at arm's length, while Honeyman was awarded as Player of the Match.
Full time scores from last night's Minor action:
Mayo 1-17 Leitrim 1-13
Roscommon 0-17 Sligo 0-8
Roscommon defeated Sligo last night to book their place in the last three also.
With Sligo and Leitrim in the bottom two spots on one point each, and Mayo and Roscommon both on four points in second and third, Mayo and Roscommon will face off in the semi final.
In the last round, Galway will face Leitrim and Mayo are up against Sligo.
Galway are guaranteed a spot in the final despite their result against Leitrim as they will be ahead of Mayo on head to head.