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Dublin: 11 °C Wednesday 20 February, 2019
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Poll: Who do you think will join Dublin and Galway in the All-Ireland football semi-finals?

Kerry, Monaghan, Donegal and Tyrone are all still in the hunt.

Who's bound for the All-Ireland football semi-finals?:
Who's bound for the All-Ireland football semi-finals?:
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DUBLIN AND GALWAY are both safely through, Kildare and Roscommon have bowed out but there’s still four counties chasing a huge prize in the 2018 All-Ireland football championship ahead of the last round of Super 8s action this weekend.

In Group 1, it is Kerry and Monaghan vying to qualify with Galway, while in Group 2, it will be Donegal or Tyrone that will join Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-finals.

On Saturday evening, Kerry must win and hope Monaghan lose against Galway, Malachy O’Rourke’s men know that a draw or a victory will seal their progress.

On Sunday afternoon, Tyrone and Donegal face off with Mickey Harte’s side only needing a draw and a victory for either team will nail down their spot in the last four.

But what two counties do you think will claim the last two semi-final places on offer this weekend? Let us know.


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