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Poll: Who do you think will win this week's Munster and Ulster U21 football finals?

Monaghan face Tyrone on Wednesday while there’s a battle between Cork and Kerry on Thursday.

KERRY ARE AIMING for their first EirGrid Munster U21 football title since 2008 on Thursday night in Tralee.

Jack O’Connor’s charges are aiming to bring an end to Kerry’s dismal recent run at this level with only one Munster crown in the last 13 seasons.

EirGrid GAA U21 Provincial Finals Media Event Cork captain Stephen Cronin and Kerry captain Jack Savage will be in opposition on Thursday. Source: Stephen McCarthy/SPORTSFILE

Standing in their way is Cork who lost out in last year’s final to Tipperary but have won nine Munster championships in the last 13 years in U21 football.

That’s not the only provincial U21 final on the cards this week. On Wednesday night at the Athletic Grounds the Ulster final takes place.

It’s the meeting of reigning champions Tyrone and standing in their way is a Monaghan side who have ensured that the county features in a decider in this grade for the first time since 2007.

Kevin Loughran and Cathal McShane Monaghan's Kevin Loughran and Tyrone's Conor McShane will be battling for honours Source: Presseye/INPHO

But we want to know what two counties do you think will be celebrating this week, and subsequently will be facing each other in the All-Ireland semi-final on 16 April?

Poll Results:

Kerry and Tyrone (1118)
Cork and Tyrone (658)
Kerry and Monaghan (402)
Cork and Monaghan (214)

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