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Poll: What do you think will be the outcome of Dublin and Galway's All-Ireland U21 final clash?

The sides meet today in Tullamore.

O’CONNOR PARK IN Tullamore will witness a historic occasion this evening.

EirGrid U21 All-Ireland Final Captain's Day Dublin captain Cillian O'Shea and Galway captain Michael Daly hope to claim silverware. Source: Stephen McCarthy/SPORTSFILE

The last ever EirGrid All-Ireland U21 football final is due to take place with the grade set to change to an U20 format next year.

Galway and Dublin are bidding for the right to be crowned champions after emerging from their semi-final ties against Kerry and Donegal respectively.

The counties have plenty recent success at this level as they carved up the five All-Ireland titles from 2010 to 2014 between them.

Dublin won in 2010, 2012 and 2014, while Galway claimed glory in 2011 and 2013. It’s the first final meeting between the counties since 2002 when Galway saw off Dublin by 0-15 to 0-7.

Michael Meehan and Paul Griffin 6/10/2002 DIGITAL Dublin's Paul Griffin and Galway's Michael Meehan in action in 2002. Source: INPHO

But what do you think the outcome will be in today’s game that throws in at 5pm?

Let us know.


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