Both Galway and Tyrone booked their place in the final four of the U-20 football championship after winning their respective provincial titles today.
With Dublin winning the Leinster title on Friday night and Kerry claiming the Munster crown midweek, the semi-final line-up is now complete, with both games set to take place on St Patrick's Day.
In the Connacht decider at Tuam Stadium, Galway crashed four goals past Roscommon in a 4-13 to 0-5 win.
— Connacht GAA (@ConnachtGAA) March 7, 2020
With Jonathan McGrath, Cian Monahan, Tomo Culhane and Ryan Monahan all rattling the net, Galway held the upper hand for the majority of the contest. Ryan Monahan added two points to finish with a personal tally of 1-2, while Matthew Tierney kicked four points.
Having played with the breeze in the first half, Roscommon trailed at half-time by 2-3 to 0-4, leaving them with an uphill task playing into the breeze in the second period.
Galway will now play Munster winners Kerry in the semi-final.
— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) March 7, 2020
On the other side of the draw, Tyrone will play Dublin.
The Red Hand county edged a tight Ulster final against Donegal by 1-11 to 0-9.
Tyrone's lead was just a point at the break, 0-4 to 0-3, and Donegal actually edged in front in the early stages of the second half to lead by 0-5 to 0-4.
However, a black card for Oisin Walsh brought Donegal down to 14 players, and Tyrone made their numerical advantage count.
They reeled off 1-6 to a solitary Donegal point to grab control of the contest. The goal - which came when they led by 0-10 to 0-6 - came from the boot of Darragh Canavan to give Tyrone a vice-like grip on proceedings.
Though Donegal closed the gap as the game neared full-time, Tyrone held on to win by five points.
Dublin claimed the Leinster title on Friday evening with a ten points win over Laois, 0-18 to 0-8.
Ciaran Archer top-scored for the winners with 0-7.