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Tyrone lose out to Dublin in Super 8s

Tyrone and Dublin had both already qualified for the All-Ireland semi-finals when they met on Sunday. Credit: INPHO

Mickey Harte’s Tyrone side lost out in Sunday’s Super 8s encounter with Dublin to set up an All-Ireland semi-final meeting with Kerry.

The round three game at Healy Park saw Conal McCann open the scoring for the Red Hands, but it was Dublin that came out on top in the end.

The game was, however, something of a dead rubber with both sides having already qualified for the semis.

Dublin and Tyrone in action at Healy Park on Sunday. Credit: INPHO

Tyrone trailed by just four points by the end of the second half, with an additional seven minutes to play.

However, Eoghan O'Gara bagged a late goal for the Dubs and they ended up taking the 1-16 to 0-13 win.

They now prepare to face Mayo in their semi-final, after they beat Donegal - ending the Ulster champions' season.

Declan Bonner's men needed a win to progress, but lost out 1-14 to 1-10 in Castlebar on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Tyrone’s next opponents Kerry beat Meath 2-18 to 1-13 in Navan.

Donegal and Mayo in action in Castlebar on Saturday. Credit: INPHO