Dublin edge Tyrone in dead rubber championship clash

All-Ireland Football Championship Super 8s Phase Three

Dublin 1-16 Tyrone 0-13

From Odhrán Crumley in Healy Park

In reality, training games in both counties will be played with greater vigour and poise.

There was a relative party atmosphere around a sun-baked Omagh with neither set of supporters truly fixated on the victory with thoughts firmly on next weekend’s last four clashes.

Tyrone made fifteen changes to the side that overcame Cork last time out while the Dublin selection wasn’t close to what will line out against Mayo next Sunday.

Neither side really pushed in the changed formations with Eoghan O’Gara’s late goal deciding the fixture.

The Red Hands will now take on Kerry will Dublin will meet Mayo in the All-Ireland semi-final’s.

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