All-Ireland SFC final
Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 1-14 FT
All-Ireland MFC final
Kerry 0-21 Galway 1-14 FT
28 games unbeaten in championship football - will we ever witness the likes of this again? That's all from us - thanks for following our Tracker throughout this championship season!
This is a very young side, too, so there is much more to come from them. Tyrone had their chances but a return of 16 wides speaks for itself.
Only Kerry and Wexford have won four-in-a-row before. Cluxton is the first man to win four in a row as captain.
No surprise at Croke Park today then as Jim Gavin lead's Dublin to an All-Ireland for the fifth time. They've won six of the last eight.
All-Ireland SFC final full time: Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 1-14
Sub Michael Darragh MacAuley fists the last point as Dublin collect their fourth successive All-Ireland!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 2-16 Tyrone 1-14
Kilkenny replies with his left foot.
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 2-15 Tyrone 1-14
Donnelly points from distance - looked like he was trying to drop the ball in to Cavanagh but it flew over.
Small sent off in his second successive All-Ireland final.
Exciting stuff here with five minutes of injury time left. Tyrone's wides tally is up to 16!
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 2-15 Tyrone 1-13
All-Ireland SFC final: Dublin 2-14 Tyrone 1-13
Just four between the teams as Brennan knocks over a free.
John Small is off for a second yellow card after fouling Harte!
Seven added minutes! No idea why!
Costello drops a tame effort short into Morgan's arms.
Dublin clear their lines.
Harte awarded a soft free.
Ninety second left and Tyrone's tails are up all of a sudden.
Brennan with Tyrone's 14th wide when they really needed another score.
Harte buries the ball in the bottom right corner and the gap is back to five!
McMahon pulls Cavanagh down under the dropping ball and Tyrone have a penalty in the 67th minute.