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Derry secure first All-Ireland semi-final in 18 years as they score five goals on way to rout of Clare

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Derry’s Shane McGuigan celebrates scoring their fifth goal against Clare (INPHO/James Crombie)

Derry’s Shane McGuigan celebrates scoring their fifth goal against Clare (INPHO/James Crombie)

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Derry’s Shane McGuigan celebrates scoring their fifth goal against Clare (INPHO/James Crombie)

Ulster champions Derry have become the first side into the semi-finals of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship as they overcame Clare at Croke Park on Saturday afternoon.

The Oak Leafers took on the Munster county buoyed by their shock Anglo-Celt success when they defeated Donegal in the final and are now looking to take their success into their last-four place in the Sam Maguire race.

Follow our LIVE blog of all the action from Saturday's match below!

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