The two Mayo Women's Cup finalists have been decided - Castlebar Town and Manulla.
Town were 4-1 winners in their semi-final over Swinford, with Manulla seeing off a battling Straide & Foxford down by the Moy 3-1 on a dreary Friday evening.
Swinford saw the most of the ball in the very early exchanges, but Castlebar had the better chances, and Louise Dowling opened the scoring after 20 minutes when she reacted quickly to a ball in over the top.
Melissa Devaney got what was to be Swinford's sole score of the evening on the half-hour mark, hitting home in a congested box from a corner.
Town had chances before the break and wasted no time in hitting their hosts a real suckerpunch two minutes into the second half when Dowling struck home a simple goal, and Ava Keane did something similar six minutes later.
A fumbled ball in the box gifted Belinda Patterson Town's fourth goal on 56 minutes.
A good physical joust to the end, the final scoreline probably didn't reflect what was an even enough affair, with Town upping the intensity in the second half and just more clinical in front of goal.
Lauren McLellan had Manulla on the scoresheet early on in their contest with S&F with a goal after four minutes. But there wasn't to be another one until the 69th minute, courtesy of Jess Nolan.
The ever reliable Stephanie Loughney brought Straide & Foxford very much back into contention four minutes later. But Manulla aren't sitting top of the league table for no reason and Tracey Hall secured their place in the final on 92 minutes.
Player of the month awards
THE Mayo Women's Football League have named their player of the month award winners for July.
The McHale Agri Forest and Garden sponsored award for Women's League Player of the Month for July has gone to Manulla stalwart Aoife Freyne, with Swinford FC's Hazel Harrington picking up the award for the Under 19 League.
July was another exceptional month for Freyne where she drove her team to the top of the Mayo Women's League table. One of the best number 6s to play the game, she continues to perform at the highest level in the Mayo Women's League.
Swinford winger Hazel Harrington has been in outstanding form throughout the month where her side collected all 15 points on offer to sit proudly at the top of the Under 19 table.
Under 19 women's league results
Monday, July 31
Swinford 5-2 Ballina Town
Castlebar Town 2-0 Claremorris
Ballinrobe Town 1-5 Manulla
Killala 1-0 Conn Rangers