Pupils from Scoil Ultain Naofa in Baile Ghib show their support for Donegal and Mayo ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland.
Guess which residents of County Meath will have a particular interest in Sunday's All-Ireland football final? Mayo Road and Donegal Road in the Meath Gaeltacht of Baile Ghib, of course.
Excitement is building up in that particular corner of the county and the great hunt for tickets for the match will still be going on up to the last minute. At Scoil Ultain Naofa in Baile Ghib, the principal is Donegal man, Éamonn " Fearraigh (as Gaoth Dobhair) while a member of the teaching staff, Mayo woman Michelle Ní hEanadain (Clár Chlainne, Mhuiris), are friendly rivals.
"While we're from different counties. I would say there is an affinity between people from two counties on the western seaboard. Of course, I'm hoping Donegal wins but we wouldn't begrudge it to Mayo if they came through for the Sam Maguire," said Éamonn.