As it happened: Tyrone stunned by Dublin in All-Ireland semi-final
Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 0-11
It’s Dublin and Mayo in the All-Ireland final for the second year in a row, as the champions dumped a seriously off-colour Tyrone side out of the running in Croke Park.
This was set up for the contest of the season but it never transpired as Con O'Callaghan's early goal set the tone and Dublin were five points in front after only twelve minutes.
Tyrone offered little resistance, even after switching to a three-man full forward line, as Dublin targeted their key players throughout.
Eoghan O'Gara added a second goal while Peter Harte missed a penalty for Tyrone in the closing minutes.