They were set to play the All-Ireland qualifier against Cavan this Saturday.
Nevertheless, it seems that all is not well with the Mayo ladies football team.
Reports have just emerged that there has been a mass walk out, with 10 players leaving the squad.
Mayo LGFA has confirmed to @rtesport that a number of players have left the senior county panel ahead of the championship clash against Cavan. Sarah Tierney, Fiona McHale and Cora Staunton are thought to be among the players who have left over player welfare concerns #RTEGAA
— Darren Frehill (@Darrenfrehill) July 10, 2018
The Mayo News has said that the dispute was caused by welfare issues.
The players who have walked include captain Sarah Tierney, vice-captain Fiona MacHale and Cora Staunton.
The team selector Michel MacHale – who is the father of Fiona MacHale – has also left the set-up.
The paper reports that the players informed manager Peter Leahy of their decision and then the county board.
It's being reported this morning that 10 of the @MayoGAA ladies footballers, including Cora Staunton have walked out on the panel…discussing that story in depth at 9.10am with @edmcgreal of the @mayonewssport who broke the news this morning; https://t.co/YcbGKpdV35 #OTBAM #GAA
— Off The Ball: AM (@OffTheBallAM) July 10, 2018
Public Relations Officer Susan Rodgers confirmed that players had left the squad in the last week.
''Mayo Ladies County Board can confirm that a number of players have departed the county panel. Preparations are ongoing for Saturday’s All-Ireland Qualifier against Cavan and we will not be making any further comment until that game is over,'' she confirmed.
Mayo would have been considered championship contenders going into this season after losing last year's All-Ireland final to Dublin.
Watch this space but it sure looks like the future of the Mayo ladies football team is on uncertain ground for the time being.