Mayo football team celebrate two in a row with epic mannequin challenge

A Mayo football team has pulled off an epic Mannequin challenge effort to celebrate their second U21A football championship win in a row.

East Mayo club Aghamore breat Claremorris at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan, Co. Mayo to win the MD Roofing Services Mayo U21A football championship for a second year.

The epic challenge was captured on film by www.localstreaming.club.

The boys have covered every angle with their team manager Jimmy Lyons also getting involved in the action.

Watch carefully to see the amount of detail put into the challenge with lads drinking out of the cup, stretching the hamstrings and celebrating with crutches among the still shot of madness.

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