All-Ireland Football Championship: Dublin beat Galway in semi-final
Dublin are one match away from a fourth All-Ireland title in a row after beating Galway 1-24 to 2-12 in Saturday's semi-final at Croke Park.
Galway, boosted by a Damien Comer goal, led early on but missed a chance to extend their lead as Stephen Cluxton saved an Eamonn Brannigan penalty.
Con O'Callaghan netted the Dubs goal who led 1-9 to 1-7 at half-time.
The Dubs will play either Monaghan or Tyrone who meet in the second semi-final on Sunday.
Although the first half was a close affair, Dublin dominated after the break, building up a substantial scoreboard advantage.
Shane Walsh did score a second goal for the Tribesmen in stoppage-time, but by that stage the Dubs were home and dry.
Dublin are certain to go into the 2 September showpiece decider as favourites, no matter which of the Ulster counties Jim Gavin's men come up against.
In the All-Ireland Minor Championship semi-final, Galway beat Meath 3-13 to 2-09 and will play Kerry or Monaghan in the final.