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Leinster SFC final
Dublin 2-23 Kildare 1-17, Croke Park, 4pm FT

Ulster SFC final
Down 0-15 Tyrone 2-17, Clones, 2pm FT

Leinster MFC final
Dublin 2-19 Louth 0-12, Croke Park, 2pm FT

Ulster MFC final
Derry 1-22 Cavan 2-12, Clones, 12noon FT


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Dublin now advance into the All-Ireland quarter-finals while Kildare must come through a Round 4 qualifier in order to advance into the last eight. The backdoor draw takes place tomorrow morning.


However, nine points separated the teams in the end and, in truth, Jim Gavin's men always looked comfortable once James McCarthy fired in their second goal early in the first-half.


The All-Ireland champions simply had too much firepower for the Lilywhites but Cian O'Neill men can be proud of their effort. Not too many teams manage 1-17 against the Dubs...


Full-time: Dublin 2-23 Kildare 1-17

Dublin complete a 'magnificent seven' in-a-row of Leinster SFC titles with another dominant display at Croke Park, where Con O'Callaghan landed 0-12.


Paul Mannion has a perfectly goal disallowed as it was pulled back for a free (O'Callaghan converts).


Dublin 2-22 Kildare 1-17

Callaghan finds Brophy on the edge of the square and he finds the back of Cluxton's net from close range. Kildare never gave up here.


O'Callaghan found in space again and the U21 star hits his sixth from play.


Two minutes of injury-time remain at Croke Park.


Sub Brian Howard fists over the Dubs' 21st point with a clear goal chance on. Some of his team mates appear annoyed.


The Dubs have kicked 2-15 from play today. All five of their frees came from the boot of O'Callaghan - a fine talent with a cool head.


Brophy nudges his marker and finds some space to boot over Kildare 17th point. Heading for injury-time now.


0-5 of O'Callaghan's tally has come from open play.


O'Callaghan lands his 10th point of the day - the Dubs' tally now stands at 2-20.


Eamonn Callaghan comes of the black-carded Feely.


Kevin Feely's afternoon is over after picking up a black card. He has been Kildare's best player today.


Kevin McManamon is impeded on his route to goal and it's another simple free for O'Callaghan to convert in Rock's absence.


Dublin 2-18 Kildare 0-16

Brian Fenton fouls David Slattery along the end line and Feely taps over the free. Ten minutes remain in this Leinster final.


Shane Carthy lands the Dubs' 18th point with the help of Mark Donnellan's finger tips.


Jim Gavin has sent on David Byrne for Cian O'Sullivan, who picked up a caution in the first-half.

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