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Dublin now advance into the All-Ireland quarter-finals while Kildare must come through a Round 4 qualifier in order to advance into the last eight. The backdoor draw takes place tomorrow morning.
However, nine points separated the teams in the end and, in truth, Jim Gavin's men always looked comfortable once James McCarthy fired in their second goal early in the first-half.
The All-Ireland champions simply had too much firepower for the Lilywhites but Cian O'Neill men can be proud of their effort. Not too many teams manage 1-17 against the Dubs...
Full-time: Dublin 2-23 Kildare 1-17
Dublin complete a 'magnificent seven' in-a-row of Leinster SFC titles with another dominant display at Croke Park, where Con O'Callaghan landed 0-12.
Paul Mannion has a perfectly goal disallowed as it was pulled back for a free (O'Callaghan converts).
Dublin 2-22 Kildare 1-17
Callaghan finds Brophy on the edge of the square and he finds the back of Cluxton's net from close range. Kildare never gave up here.
O'Callaghan found in space again and the U21 star hits his sixth from play.
Two minutes of injury-time remain at Croke Park.
Sub Brian Howard fists over the Dubs' 21st point with a clear goal chance on. Some of his team mates appear annoyed.
The Dubs have kicked 2-15 from play today. All five of their frees came from the boot of O'Callaghan - a fine talent with a cool head.
Brophy nudges his marker and finds some space to boot over Kildare 17th point. Heading for injury-time now.
0-5 of O'Callaghan's tally has come from open play.
O'Callaghan lands his 10th point of the day - the Dubs' tally now stands at 2-20.
Eamonn Callaghan comes of the black-carded Feely.
Kevin Feely's afternoon is over after picking up a black card. He has been Kildare's best player today.
Kevin McManamon is impeded on his route to goal and it's another simple free for O'Callaghan to convert in Rock's absence.
Dublin 2-18 Kildare 0-16
Brian Fenton fouls David Slattery along the end line and Feely taps over the free. Ten minutes remain in this Leinster final.
Shane Carthy lands the Dubs' 18th point with the help of Mark Donnellan's finger tips.
Jim Gavin has sent on David Byrne for Cian O'Sullivan, who picked up a caution in the first-half.
Fionn Dowling lands another for the Lilywhites - 2-17 to 0-15.
Paddy Brophy earns a free he converts himself but the game is up for Kildare here.
Kildare sub: Ben McCormack for Cathal McNally
Dublin 2-17 Kildare 0-13
Feely shoots another free into the Hill as Brian Fenton miscues a close range effort down the far end.
Brogan and Kilkenny add to their personal tallies as Dublin now look home and dry.
Feely (free) and O'Callaghan trade points as the margin remains at nine with 20 minutes to go.
Kildare sub: Fionn Dowling for Tommy Moolick.
Dublin sub: Darren Daly for Philly McMahon
Dublin sub: Shane Carthy for Niall Scully.
Brogan continues a brilliant display from the bench by moving the Dubs nine clear.
An ambitious effort from Moolick draws jeers from Hill 16.
O'Callaghan doddles through for his third point from play and Kildare are struggling again here.
Kildare sub: Paul Cribbin for Fergal Conway
Dublin 2-12 Kildare 0-11
O'Callaghan sends over another for the champions as Flynn shoots wide of the target.
Cluxton did well but Flynn should have found the corner of the net.
Huge goal chance for Kildare as Slattery's brilliant run sets Dan Flynn free but the attacker is denied by Stephen Cluxton from point blank range.
Paddy Andrews and Bernard Brogan quickly send over Dublin's 10th and 11th points.
Niall Kelly hits back immediately at the other end after being slipped through by Slattery.
The Cuala man converts and it's 2-9 to 0-10 in the capital men's favour.
Philly McMahon is brought down in front of the posts and this should be bread and butter for O'Callaghan.
The second-half is now underway...
By the way, the official attendance at Croke Park is 66,734.
Kildare are back out now and there don't look to be any changes on either team.
Dublin have been out on the pitch a couple of minutes now while Cian O'Neill has kept his players in the dressing room.
We're back! Can Kildare pull it off here or will the Dubs hit another gear on them?
Stay tuned for more second-half updates...
Cian O'Neill will have been disappointed with the concession of two goals in the space of a minute but his side have looked brilliant in the last 10 minutes. Will they lift it even more of the second-half?
Half-time: Dublin 2-8 Kildare 0-10
Kevin Feely smashes over a beauty from distance to close the half for Kildare with a four-point deficit. It could have been much worse...
Brogan finds some space of his own at the far end to land his second.
David Slattery finds some room to pop one over and suddenly it's a four-point game heading towards half-time.
Dublin 2-7 Kildare 0-8
Daniel Flynn keeps possession in and darts down the sideline to land one of the best points of this year's championship.
Brogan and Brophy trade points to leave the margin at five with as many minutes remaining in the half.
The Mark of the Beast?
The attendance at Croke Park this afternoon is 66,666!
Kildare respond in brilliant fashion with a gem of a point from Johnny Byrne.
O'Callaghan kicks a free into Hill 16 as the Dubs restore their six-point lead.
McNally grabs another for the men in white. They need to keep this going.
Kevin Feely's free makes it a six-point game with 10 minutes remaining in the half.
Bernard Brogan is on to replace Rock.
Cribbin lashes one over to offer Kildare fans some encouragement and Dean Rock gets black carded.
Cathal McNally grabs Paddy Brophy's pass to land Kildare's first point in 20 minutes.
Cuala man Con O'Callaghan with the Dubs' latest point.
Dublin 2-4 Kildare 0-1
Daniel Flynn looked like having a scoring chance there but he was met brilliantly by James McCarthy and the Dubs add to their tally at the other end instead.
Wides from Brian Fenton and Kilkenny let the Lilywhites off the hook. They trail by eight with 17 minutes played.
Cian O'Sullivan is also cautioned as 15 minutes elapse since Kildare's last score.
Keith Cribbin picks up a yellow card for the trailers.
Kildare were caught ball watching badly for both goals. They already facing a mountainous task with just 12 minutes played.
Double delight for Dubs!
What a hammer blow for Kildare as James McCarthy cuts in for Dublin's second goal in a minute - 2-3 to 0-1.
GOAL FOR DUBLIN!
Dean Rock peels away, sent through by Kilkenny, and the Ballymun Kickhams slots a low finish to Kildare's net.
Cathal McNally opts for height, dropping a second scoring chance short for Kildare ahead of some poor distribution from David Slattery drifting over the end line.
Kilkenny's accurate the second time round and puts the All-Ireland champions into their first lead.
Ciaran Kilkenny registers the first wide of the game five minutes in.
Paul Mannion levels for the Dubs but it's Kildare that have been dominant in these early stages.
Early goal chance for Kildare's Tommy Moolick but James McCarthy does brilliantly to stop it going in at the second attempt.
Kildare 0-1 Dublin 0-0
Nice start for the Lilywhites as Daniel Flynn peels away and fires over the first of the game.
Wicklow referee Anthony Nolan will throw in the ball momentarily at Croke Park.
It was good of one of the greats to take today's Leinster SFC final into account.
Kildare line-out as selected.
It's McMahon's first start of this year's championship, having missed out on the wins over Carlow and Westmeath.
Dublin boss Jim Gavin has made two late changes: Philly McMahon and John Small will start while Darren Daly and Eoghan O'Gara drop to the bench.
Still plenty of updates to come here, with just over to go until throw-in between Dublin and Kildare in the Leinster SFC final.
Eamonn Burns' men now face a qualifier clash with either Monaghan or Armagh which will provide their opponents with plenty of incentive for revenge. Their season is far from over but they'll have to lift themselves from this.
After a decent opening 35 minutes, Down were simply outclassed in the second-half and a black card to midfield stalwart Kevin McKernan didn't help their cause.
The victory marks Mickey Harte's sixth Anglo-Celt Cup success and could well be Sean Cavanagh's last provincial final appearance. The Moy man will make his way to the podium for the second successive year soon.
Full-time: Tyrone 2-17 Down 0-15
Tyrone retain their Ulster crown and deserving so! The Red Hands were ruthless in the second-half and didn't even require Ronan O'Neill's pair of goals in the end.
O'Hanlon blasts over another free as Tyrone's substitutes prepare to invade the pitch for celebrations.
Tyrone's last substitute Lee Brennan - scorer of 3-14 for Trillick back in April - fires over his side's 17th point.
Down sub Joe Murphy fires for goal but will have to settle for his first championship point instead.
Tyrone 2-16 Down 0-12
Mattie Donnelly chips one over as five minutes of injury-time remain at St Tiernach's Park, where much of the Down crowd have already made their way out the turnstiles.
Mooney with another off the outside of his boot is also the Rostrevor man's third.
Daragh O'Hanlon's third brings us into seven minutes of injury-time at 2-15 to 0-11.
A bloodied Poland is escorted off and gets a nice rounds applauds.
Down sub Mark Poland ships a knock to the head on the way down from a tackle and some handbags ensue. Poland has a nasty cut after that one.
GOAL FOR TYRONE!
O'Neill grabs his second and that's that. The Tyrone substitute with a cheeky chip over Cunningham to pile on the misery for Eamonn Burns' men.
No doubt over which was the better team in the Leinster MFC final. Congrats to Dublin on their 33rd win.
Mooney's second for Down makes it an eight-point game with seven minute to go.
Down sub: Sean Dornan for Conor Maginn.
O'Hanlon's free makes it 1-15 to 0-9 with eight minutes left on the clock.
Down sub: Aidan Carr replaces Niall Donnelly
Michael Cunningham's strikes a free at one end before pulling off a brilliant save to tip over Padraig Hampsey's goal bound effort.
GOAL FOR TYRONE!
It looks like it's all over in Clones as sub Ronan O'Neill buries to the Down net to make it 1-14 to 0-7.
Full-time: Dublin 2-19 Louth 0-12
Dublin are Leinster minor football champions! They cruised in this one with their two early goals helping pave the path for a 33rd provincial crown in the grade.
Ryan Johnston doubles the Mourne men's second-half tally.
Tyrone 0-14 Down 0-6
Mark Bradley, Conall McCann and Tiernan McCann with the points for Mickey Harte's men as Caolan Mooney sends over Down's first of the half.
Three more on the bounce from Tyrone and they're opponents have no answer - 0-14 to 0-5.
Sean Cavanagh has also gone off. That is likely to be the Moy man's last Ulster final appearance. Looks like it'll be a winning one.
Donal O'Hare has just came on to replace Jerome Johnston in the Mourne forward line.
Harrison shoots wide as Down still await their first score of the second-half.
Gallagher's free moves Louth into double figures - 2-17 to 0-10.
Peter Harte's free puts the margin at six now in the Ulster SFC final.
Adam Byrne lashes over another and Dublin are well in the winners' enclosure now.
Big blow for Down as they lose Kevin McKernan to a black card for a challenge on Sean Cavanagh. Mourne fans will view it as harsh.
Louth sub: Shane Byrne for Conor Gillispie
Gallagher (free) has his point cancelled out by a brilliant Mark Tracey score - Dublin 2-15 Louth 0-9.
Tyrone 0-10 Down 0-5
Great restart from the Ulster champions as Mark Bradley hits their third without reply.
Sean Cavanagh lands a close range free and Tyrone lead by four.
James Doran bumps Dublin's tally up to 2-14. They're well on their way.
Conor Maginn pulls a chance wide to move Down quickly back within two.
Tyrone 0-8 Down 0-5
David Mulgrew fires over for the Red Hands just 20 seconds into the restart.
We're back underway at St Tiernach's Park.
Louth grab their eight point through a Ciaran Keenan free. There 18 minutes left in the Leinster minor decider.
We're close to the second-half throw-in in Clones, where the official attendance is 31,912!
Another John Gallagher free narrows Louth's deficit to 12.
One could picture Down manager Eamonn Burns being happy with the situation heading into the second-half but they can expect much better from Tyrone over the next 35 minutes.
Dublin 2-13 Louth 0-6
Daniel Brennan keeps the score board ticking over for the Dubs as Louth send on Conor Nicholson for Fergal Malone.
Eoin O'Dea and John Gallagher ('45') exchange points early in the restart at Croke Park.
We're back underway in the Leinster MFC final. Louth have a mountain to climb...
We'll be back with more updates soon...
Half-time: Tyrone 0-7 Down 0-5
Tyrone started well but it hasn't all gone to script for Mickey Harte's men as Down could well be in front. Somehow Daragh O'Hanlon sent his goal chance wide and it's all to play for in Clones in the second-half.
We're close to the short whistle in Clones as Gerard McGovern and Sean Cavanagh both pick up cautions.
Bradley slips Donnelly through and the Trillick man fists to move Tyrone back in front by two.
Kieran McGeary has just been black carded for a needless drag down on Gerard McGovern.
Considering how close he was to goal that really should have been in the net from O'Hanlon. There's just over a minute of injury-time left in Clones.
Daragh O'Hanlon smashes a glorious goal chance wide for Down! How has he missed it?
Half-time: Dublin 2-11 Louth 0-5
The Dubs have been totally dominant and Louth have a real uphill battle in trying to deny the capital lads their county's 33rd Leinster minor football title.
Ryan Johnston really turned on the burners for that Maginn point. Niall Donnelly was brilliant in the build up too.
We're close to the half-time whistle in the Leinster MFC final. Dublin lead by 11 points.
Conor Maginn finishes a fantastic Down move and the Mourne men are now within a point.
Tyrone 0-6 Down 0-4
Daragh O'Hanlon taps over a free for trailers as we enter the last five minutes of the half.
Dublin 2-9 Louth 0-5
Lacey with his third and the Dubs are cruising towards the half-time whistle at Croke Park.
Sean Hawkshaw stretches the Dublin lead to eight.
Brilliant break from Tyrone out of their own half-back line but Mattie Donnelly just can't finish. They should be in front by more.
David Lacey notches his second and it's 2-6 to 0-5 in Dublin's favour in the Leinster MFC final.
Brilliant point from Down's Niall Donnelly, who swerves over from 45 metres out. Niall Morgan had to get his finger tips to that one, 0-6 to 0-3.
Sean Cavanagh fists over to open up a four-point lead for Tyrone. Down aren't getting their scores as easy.
David Lacey sails over a Dublin '45' to put the margin back to six.
Tyrone 0-5 Down 0-2
Niall Sludden finds his range for the Ulster champions as Down continue to run into blockades at the other end.
Ciaran Keenan (2 frees) and Fearghal Malone with the scores for the Wee County.
Louth hit back with three points but still trail Dublin 2-3 to 0-4 in the Leinster MFC final.
Ryan Johnston lands Down's second but these first 15 minutes haven't been easy on the eye so far in Clones.
It's now 10 minutes since Down got their first (and only) score from Shay Millar.
Tyrone's backs have been winning their battles for far as Colm Cavanagh takes a careless pass from Harrison and possession finds Mattie Donnelly, who slots over.
Dublin 2-3 Louth 0-1
McGarry hits his third points as the Dubs lead by eight at headquarters.
Dubs on the double!
Two quickfire goals from James Madden and James Doran look to have Louth in a world of trouble early in the Leinster MFC final.
John Gallagher registers Louth's first of the afternoon in Croker.
Peter Harte and Padraig Hampsey hit back-to-back scores and Tyrone have started well in the sunshine here in Clones.
McGarry gets his second to push Dublin two clear in the minor decider.
Tyrone 0-1 Down 0-1
Shay Millar swings over a fantastic score to bring the Mourne men level four minutes in.
Tyrone take the first lead in Clones after Mark Bradley sets up Padraig Hampsey.
Ross McGarry was the man to register the capital lads' first.
Dublin 0-1 Louth 0-0
Dublin take an early lead in the Leinster MFC final.
We're up and running at Croke Park too...
Referee Joe McQuillian throws the ball in and we're underway in Clones.
Down win the toss at St Tiernach's Park.
Here's a look at the Dublin and Louth minor sides.
Two minutes to both throw ins...
Croker ain't lookin' bad either.
Five minutes to the throw-ins at St Tiernach's Park and Croke Park...
Down are bidding for their first Anglo-Celt Cup success since 1994. A win today would see crowned provincial champions for the 13th time.
The Red Hands have collected four Ulster crowns since, including last year's title when they defeated Donegal late on in Clones.
Tyrone and Down last clashed in the Ulster final back in 2003 when Mickey Harte's men recorded their county's first ever All-Ireland triumph.
Eamonn Burns has made one late change to the Down side and it sees Peter Turley start instead of Joe Murphy at right half-forward.
Conditions are beautiful at St Tiernach's Park and a huge crowd has made it's way to the Clones venue this afternoon.
We'll bring you updates in the minor clash at 2pm with the focus on the senior clash in Clones.
While the seniors are going for a historic seventh Leinster title in-a-row, Dublin's minors are looking for their 33rd this afternoon. A win for Louth would mark their ninth and first since 1953!
Louth boss Wayne Kierans will no doubt be confident his side can spring an upset at Croker.
Odds in minor games are no more but you can be sure that Louth are rank outsides in their Leinster final against Dublin. Throw-in in that one is 20 minutes away...
11/2 odds may be too hard for some Mourne fans to resist considering the performance they put in against Monaghan last month.
Odds: Tyrone 1/6; Down 11/2; Draw 12/1
The big game in Clones is 25 minutes away from throw-in now and Tyrone are rank favourites to retain their Ulster crown.
We've plenty more action to come this afternoon. Be sure to stay with us for more updates...
Ulster minor football champions 2017!
The Blues will rue the first-half loss of midfield star James Smith today but there's no question they were second best to their classy opponents. Derry seemed to be able to get scores from everywhere today.
The Oak Leafers will now play Sligo in the All-Ireland quarter-finals on August 5th, while Cavan face Connacht champions Galway on the same date.
Full-time: Derry 1-22 Cavan 2-12
Derry win the last Ulster minor football championship title and deservedly so! They were excellent this afternoon and will take home the Fr Murray Cup for the 14th time.
McWilliams sends a 13-metre free wide for Derry but they're home and dry at this stage.
It's 1-22 to 2-12 in Derry's favour and we're approaching injury-time at St Tiernach's Park.
Derry sub: Cormac Murphy for Ben McCarron
Fergal Mortimer adds another and Derry are well into the winners' enclosure now.
Calum Browne's brilliant run is finished with Alex Doherty landing Derry's 21st point. Great scoring display by the Oak Leafers this afternoon.
Derry sub: Fergal Mortimer for Patrick Quigg.
Cooke gets another for Cavan as they trail by five with as many regulation minutes remaining.
Cavan respond with a Oisin Pierson point to reduce their arrears to six.
GOAL FOR DERRY!
Bad error at the back from Cavan and Tiernan McHugh takes full advantage. That could be all she wrote.
Oisin McWilliams has just struck Derry's fourth wide of the second-half.
Cavan are stationing McCabe at full-forward and they'll look to hit the big Knockbride man at every opportunity.
Cavan sub: Niall McCabe for Sean Keogan
Derry 0-20 Cavan 2-10
Lorcan McWilliams' free gives the leaders some breathing space again.12 minutes remain on the clock at St Tiernach's Park.
Derry sub: Martin Bradley for Declan Cassidy
Tiaran Reilly has a chance to level it for Cavan but Derry's defence stands firm this time.
Patrick Lynch sets Madden free in space and the Gowna clubman makes it a three-point game again.
Lorcan McWilliams dummies his way past the Cavan defence for his fifth point in the last ever Ulster MFC final.
Quigg hits back for Derry. It's 0-18 to 2-9 with plenty of time left to play here at St Tiernach's Park.
GOAL FOR CAVAN!
Philip Rogers palms home Sean Keogan's pass and it's game on!
Declan Cassidy lands his fourth point of the afternoon for Derry.
Derry sub: Alex Doherty for Oran McGill
Cavan sub: Philip Nulty for Kevin Hendrick
Derry 0-16 Cavan 1-9
Tiernan McHugh has a goal chance of his own but drills it over Gary O'Rourke's crossbar. Close call for the Blues!
Ronan Patterson drops one into Hartin's hands and the margin remains at three.
Goal chance for Patrick Lynch is turned around the post by Derry 'keeper Oran Hartin. We could have been level there.
McCarron curls over a gem with the outside of his left boot to push the gap back to three.
Derry have made two changes for the second-half: Callum Brown for Richie Mullan & Tiarnan McHugh for Mark McGrogan.
Cavan have got the start they wanted too with Oisin Pierson kicking two early points. It's now 0-14 to 1-9.
We're back underway in Clones!
The Breffni men won that one by two to get here but they're up against a much stronger Derry side this afternoon...
It's interesting to note that Cavan trailed Down by the exact same margin at half-time in their semi-final last month.
Be sure to stay with us for more second-half updates...
James Smith's black card is a big blow for Cavan but they've proven in their last two games that they are a second-half team. Can they pull off another come back here?
Derry have been getting their scores in much more comfort than their opponents. Lorcan McWilliams, Ben McCarron and Declan Cassidy have been decent outlets for scores so far.
Half-time: Derry 0-14 Cavan 1-7
Philip Rogers strikes his second point on the eve of half-time but it's Derry that take in a deserved four-point lead at the break.
Sub Tiaran Reilly fires over an immediate Cavan response.
Lorcan McWilliams taps over a simply 13-metre free as we enter two minutes injury-time.
Philip Rogers cuts the difference to five for Cavan as we approach first-half injury-time here.
Ben McCarron's free makes it 0-13 to 1-4.
Cavan sub: Tiarnan Reilly for J Smith (black card).
Smith will be a massive loss to Cavan. The Crosserlough lad was their best player against Down the last day.
Quigg registers his second and Derry's 12th.
Derry 0-11 Cavan 1-4
Cian Madden loops over Cavan's fourth but they've just lost midfield talisman James Smith to a black card.
Early change here for Cavan: John Cooke comes in for captain Patrick Meade who looks to have picked up a knock.
Cavan end a 10-minute scoring drought after full-forward Patrick Lynch finds his range. It's 0-11 to 1-3.
Oisin Pierson looks for goal from a close range free but Derry clear the danger.
Derry captain Padraig McGrogan cuts through from centre-field and raises another white flag.
McCarron sets up Cassidy for his second.
Derry's forwards have hit the ground running at St Tiernach Park, where Ben McCarron makes it a four-point game again.
Derry 0-8 Cavan 1-2
Declan Cassidy pops over his first of the afternoon for Derry.
Padraig McGrogan and Oisin McWilliams have been winning the battle around the centre so far for the Oak Leaf County.
Quigg hits back with a left-footed free for the leaders, 0-7 to 1-2.
Oisin Pierson's free makes it a one-point game with 10 minutes played.
We've had eight scores in the opening nine minutes here in Clones. Great to see.
Great block from Cavan centre-back Cormac Timoney prevents another score from the Oak Leafers.
Derry 0-6 Cavan 1-1
Points from Lorcan McWilliams and Ben McCarron put Derry back in the ascendancy.
Cian Madden draws the game level for the Blues.
GOAL FOR CAVAN!
Just as we say it James Smith hits the net for the Breffni men.
Derry 0-4 Cavan 0-0
Oisin McWilliams sails over a free to open the margin to four. Cavan haven't mounted an attack yet.
Four minutes gone in Clones and Derry are three in front thanks to corner-back Oran McGill.
Derry full-forward Lorcan McWilliams fires over his side's second.
Derry 0-1 Cavan 0-0
Derry are dominant in the very early stages as Patrick Quigg registers their first point in this Ulster final.
We're underway early in Clones and Derry have had an early chance fall wide.
Cavan will need to dominant again at centre-field as Oisin McWilliams has been Derry's best player so far this summer.
Derry are favourites in this minor decider but manager Damien McErlain has described Cavan as "a very good team" in the build-up, pointing to their strength around the middle of the park.
Cavan are out on the pitch...There's a little under 10 minutes to go until throw-in at St Tiernach's Park.
Revenge for Cavan today would see the Breffni County landing its seventh Ulster minor title (and first since 2011), while a win for Derry would mark their 14th.
The Oak Leafers won the 2015 decider by 1-11 to 0-11 with Tiarnan Flanagan's goal on the stroke of half-time proving the difference on that occasion in Clones.
This will be the second Ulster MFC final between Derry and Cavan in three years...
Here's the Derry line-up: Oisin Hartin; Oran McGill, Conor McCluskey, Sean McKeever; Simon McErlain, Dara Rafferty, Conleth McShane; Padraig McGrogan, Oisin McWilliams; Patrick Quigg, Richie Mullan, Declan Cassidy; Ben McCarron, Lorcan McWilliams, Mark McGrogan
20 minutes to throw-in in the Ulster MFC final at St Tiernach's Park, Clones...
Still no word on the Louth minor line up but stay tuned and we'll bring you any news as it comes in...
It sees Ballinagh's Cormac Timoney return to the centre-back position and they line out as follows: Gary O’Rourke; Evan Fortune, Patrick Meade, Killian Brady; Danny Cusack, Cormac Timoney, Kevin Hendrick; Ronan Patterson, James Smith; Oisin Kiernan, Cian Madden, Philip Rogers; Oisin Pierson, Patrick Lynch, Sean Keogan
As for today early throw-in, Cavan boss John Brady has made one change to his side from their semi-final win over Down...
Dublin minors are unchanged for this afternoon's meeting with Louth. Here's the line-up: David O'Hanlon; Darren Maher, Peadar O Cofaigh Byrne, Liam Flatman; Kieran Kennedy, Neil Mathews, Eoin O'Dea; Mark Tracey, Donal Ryan; Daniel Brennan, James Doran, James Madden; Ross McGarry, Sean Hawkshaw, David Lacey.
It's looking like a beautiful day for football in Clones already.
Down (Ulster SFC final v Tyrone): Michael Cunningham; Niall McParland, Gerard McGovern, Darren O'Hagan; Darragh O'Hanlon, Conaill McGovern, Caolan Mooney; Kevin McKernan, Niall Donnelly; Joe Murphy, Conor Maginn, Shay Millar; Jerome Johnston, Connaire Harrison, Ryan Johnston.
That change in the Mourne set-up sees Joe Murphy replacing Peter Turley at right half-forward.
Down boss Eamonn Burns has opted for one change from the side which shocked Monaghan three weeks ago in Armagh...
Darren McCurry, Justin McMahon, Cathal McShane, Conor Meyler and Ronan O'Neill are all among the substitutes for the Red Hands.
Tyrone (Ulster SFC final v Down): Niall Morgan; Aidan McCrory, Ronan McNamee, Cathal McCarron; Tiernan McCann, Padraig Hampsey, Peter Harte; Colm Cavanagh, Conall McCann; David Mulgrew, Niall Sludden, Kieran McGeary; Mark Bradley, Sean Cavanagh, Matthew Donnelly.
Ulster champions Tyrone stayed with the same side which hammered Donegal last month, meaning midfielder Colm Cavanagh will be fit to start at St Tiernach's Park.
Let's bring you a bit of team news for today's games...
At Croker, Dublin and Kildare battle it out in the Leinster SFC final at 4pm, with Louth minors looking to pull off a massive upset against Dublin two hours earlier.
The border town plays host to the meeting of Down and Tyrone in the Ulster SFC final (throw-in 2pm), while Cavan and Derry face off in the minor decider at 12pm.
We've four football finals down for decision today in Clones and Croke Park.
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