Gaelic Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has backed Mayo to produce their own "Miracle on Ice" moment in Sunday's All-Ireland final with Dublin.
Possession was always going to be vital but Dublin were now pushing up on Mayo as both sides had chances to take the lead in seven gruelling minutes of added-on time but ultimately it was Rock's pressure kick on 75 minutes that left Mayo searching once again for that Holy Grail.
That means there is still no place in the team for Diarmuid Connolly, who came off the bench late on against Tyrone.
"If this current Dublin side played Mayo ten times, they'd win nine".
Declan Keogh, Road Safety Officer, South Dublin County Council said "This is another opportunity to remind GAA fans about their road safety responsibilities, regardless of how near or far they are to or from the venue". Sport is cruel and the 2018 Championship won't be long coming around. Paul Mannion levelled the game up within 30 seconds after Dublin won the restart and the ball was worked to the Kilacud Crokes man, who slotted it over on the run.
Mayo: Cillian O'Connor 0-7 (4f ), Lee Keegan 1-0, Andy Moran 0-3, Jason Doherty 0-2, Kevin McLoughlin 0-2, Donal Vaughan 0-1, Colm Boyle 0-1.