Mayo manager Peter Leahy said he was not one bit surprised to see his team sparkle against Cavan in the TG4 ladies All-Ireland football championship and that his side did their talking on the pitch after a fractious week away from it.
"It is going to be something different and really special. Dublin have had so many championship games in Croke Park and they have lit up the place so now we are going to see them up in Tyrone and people are very excited about that."
Oisin McConville reckons Roscommon were the toughest opponents Armagh could have got in the All-Ireland qualifier fourth round draw, but still thinks it's a game the Orchard County are capable of winning.
"It was an unbelievable battle. We stuck to our guns and stuck to our game plan and I'm just delighted that the lads held out in the end. This was always about the players. It was never about anything else and by Jesus they deserve it."
"We are in an All-Ireland semi-final and we need to rectify what went on last year. That's not acceptable what happened last year against Waterford and you know we will be emphasising that to the players."