Dublin beat Tyrone in All Ireland semi final

first_imgDublin are through to their 5th All-Ireland football final in 7 years.Jim Gavin’s side dominated Tyrone in yesterday’s semi-final to claim a 12 point victory and book a final meeting with Mayo for the second year in a row.Tyrone were expected to give the Dubs their toughest test of the summer so far, but their challenge never got going in what was a bad end to an encouraging Championship for Mickey Harte’s side. In total Dublin hit just two wides as they amassed a score of 2-17 to Tyrone’s 11 points.The goals came from Con O’Callaghan and Eoghan O’Gara, while Peter Harte also had a late Tyrone penalty saved by Stephen Cluxton.Jim Gavin says there’ll be plenty of competition for places on the team ahead of the All-Ireland in three weeks.last_img

first_imgDublin are through to their 5th All-Ireland football final in 7 years.Jim Gavin’s side dominated Tyrone in yesterday’s semi-final to claim a 12 point victory and book a final meeting with Mayo for the second year in a row.Tyrone were expected to give the Dubs their toughest test of the summer so far, but their challenge never got going in what was a bad end to an encouraging Championship for Mickey Harte’s side. In total Dublin hit just two wides as they amassed a score of 2-17 to Tyrone’s 11 points.The goals came from Con O’Callaghan and Eoghan O’Gara, while Peter Harte also had a late Tyrone penalty saved by Stephen Cluxton.Jim Gavin says there’ll be plenty of competition for places on the team ahead of the All-Ireland in three weeks.last_img

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