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Ryan the star as Dublin U-21s cruise past Cork

Jim Gavin’s side march on after an impressive victory over the Rebels at O’Moore Park this afternoon.

Dublin's Philip Ryan celebrates scoring his side's opening goal from a penalty.
Dublin's Philip Ryan celebrates scoring his side's opening goal from a penalty.
Image: INPHO/James Crombie

DUBLIN PROVED TOO strong for Cork in the All-Ireland U-21 football semi-final at Portlaoise today.

It’ll be the Dubs’ second national decider in three years, having beaten the Rebels on a scoreline of 3-11 to 0-14.

The impressive Philip Ryan hit 2-03 of that tally as the Dubs recovered from being 0-5 to 0-1 after 10 minutes, before Jack McCaffrey added the third goal after the break. And from there the Dubs saw it out, with Ryan adding the last score of the game.

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