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Con O'Callaghan scores a goal for Dublin. Ryan Byrne/INPHO
Leinster SFC

Dublin post 3-19 as they cruise past Meath at Croke Park

Dessie Farrell’s side play Offaly next in the semi-final.

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Dublin 3-19

Meath 0-12

DUBLIN OPENED THEIR bid for a 14th Leinster senior football title in-a-row with a 16-point hammering of Meath.

The All-Ireland champions secured their 40th consecutive provincial win with a dominant performance in front of 21,445 fans in Croke Park today. Paul Mannion scored 1-6 in a stunning display, while Seán Bugler and Con O’Callaghan bagged the other goals.

Dessie Farrell’s side turned on the style through a second-half procession in April showers. They play Offaly next in the semi-final.


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