Dublin and Mayo are set to meet in the All-Ireland football final once again.
Dublin are chasing six in a row, with Mayo looking for their first All-Ireland title since 1951.
But with Mayo or Kerry now looking like the only realistic contenders to beat Dublin, what is the solution?
There have been arguments about possibly splitting Dublin into multiple teams, while former Dublin manager Pat Gilroy has suggested that other counties should amalgamate.
Marc Ó Sé, David Brady and Paul Earley joined us to discuss what two one-sided All-Ireland semi-finals say about the state of Gaelic football.