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#eirgrid u21

# eirgrid-u21 - Wednesday 29 March, 2017

Farrell makes three changes to Dublin U21 side aiming for fourth successive Leinster crown

Meanwhile, Offaly have stuck with the same 15 players who saw off Laois in the semi-final.

# eirgrid-u21 - Saturday 25 March, 2017

Last year's All-Ireland U21 champions Mayo knocked out of Connacht by Galway

Eoin Finnerty scored a goal from the bench and sealed the win.

# eirgrid-u21 - Tuesday 5 July, 2016

6 players to watch as Offaly host Dublin in the Leinster U21 hurling final

We take a closer look at six players who should have a key influence on the proceedings in O’Connor Park.

# eirgrid-u21 - Saturday 30 April, 2016

Mayo claim All-Ireland U21 title with clinical 5-goal defeat of Cork

Liam Irwin scored two goals as the westerners won their first title at this age level since 2006.

# eirgrid-u21 - Wednesday 27 April, 2016

Cork name team for U21 All-Ireland football final against Mayo

The two sides meet at Cusack Park.

# eirgrid-u21 - Monday 18 April, 2016

Semple Stadium to host hurling league final, U21 football set for Ennis

Waterford and Clare are heading back to Thurles in a fortnight’s time.

# eirgrid-u21 - Saturday 16 April, 2016

As it happened: Cork v Monaghan, EirGrid All-Ireland U21 football semi-final

Who would join Mayo in this year’s U21 football final? We had live coverage of this afternoon’s second semi in Tullamore.

As it happened: Dublin v Mayo, EirGrid All-Ireland U21 football semi-final

Relive an absorbing U21 football semi-final in our minute-by-minute report.

# eirgrid-u21 - Friday 11 March, 2016

Dreams of a Connacht U21 three-in-a-row still alive for the Rossies

They were ran close by rivals Galway, who finished with thirteen players in the EirGrid quarter-final clash.