Dublin qualified for the All-Ireland final against Kerry with a hard earned victory over Donegal, 0-8 to 0-6.

Despite playing a man short for the last quarter of the game, Dublin staged a fine comeback after being behind at halftime and scoring only two points in the first half.
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The game was one of the worst ever seen at Croke Park, with Donegal using a blanket defense to frustrate Dublin which led to a very low scoring match.

Dublin will now meet Kerry in the final on September 18 in a clash that will revive many memories of the great clashes between the two teams in the 1970s.