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Here are all the details for the All-Ireland senior football final replay

It’s also the first time the climactic game has ended in a draw in 16 years.

Dublin and Mayo could not be separated after an absorbing All-Ireland SFC final today.
Dublin and Mayo could not be separated after an absorbing All-Ireland SFC final today.
Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

MAYO AND DUBLIN could not be separated after an absorbing All-Ireland SFC final today.

Consequently, the teams will have to do it all over again in their bid for glory, with the sides set to meet on Saturday 1 October in Croke Park at 5pm.

It’s also the first time the All-Ireland SFC final has gone to a replay for 16 years.

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