Kerry get ready – Dublin is about to meet you on September 22nd in Croke Park.
Mayo matched Dublin pound for pound and indeed point for point at the end of the first half, but various changes in the second half saw Dublin begin to take control.
Mayo started the second half perfectly with 4 points up, including a goal. Bernard Brogan dragged Dublin from 3 points behind to draw with an epic first goal. Dublin finished with 3 goals in total.
Dublin took full control in the last 15 minutes, scoring 2 goals and 3 points to no score whatsoever from Mayo.
The final score was Dublin 3-15 to Mayo 1 -14.
Meanwhile the Kilkenny Cats take on Galway tomorrow in the All-Ireland Hurling final, the Kilkenny team are hot favourites.