Mayo suffered a narrow defeat to Galway last night in the Connacht Minor Football Championship, by a single point in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park.
Galway started the better in the opening ten minutes, but found themselves behind just a minute later.
A high ball in from Darragh Beirne was squandered by Galway goalkeeper Cian Walsh, which bundled into the back of the net.
The sides exchanged scores with Charlie Cox in form in front of the posts for the Tribesmen, with Beirne levelling just before the interval to leave the half time scores at 1-4 to 0-7.
Senan Guilfoyle had a goal chance early in the second half, which was a redemption save from Walsh, and Shay McGlinchey got a point as a result to put Galway ahead.
Tommy Lydon found his scoring form, and with another from Beirne Mayo went into a three point lead.
Galway fought back soon after as Jack Heneghan found himself in on goal, and slotted past Mayo keeper X to put the sides level for a fifth time.
After further exchanged points, Galway captain McGlinchey was shown a red card following an altercation on the ground.
Lydon made it a level game after Galway took the lead, and the tie looked destined for a draw.
Deep into added time, Cox delivered a free for Galway (which had been brought forward for dissent) to make it three wins from three for Alan Glynn's side in the championship.
In a replay of last year's All Ireland final, Galway prevailed once again and have Leitrim as their remaining opponents in the round robin.
Galway are guaranteed a place in the last three, and a win over Leitrim will put them into the final.
For Mayo, they have two games left against Leitrim and Sligo.
As things stand, Mayo are still in second spot in the table, ahead of Roscommon on head to head scoring who beat Leitrim last night.
Sligo and Leitrim drew two weeks ago and are in the bottom two places.
Full time score from Hastings Insurance MacHale Park:
Mayo 1-11 (14) Galway 1-12 (15)