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GAA All Ireland Semi-Finals 2013
Dublin GAA, Kerry GAA, Tyrone GAA, Mayo GAA
All Ireland semi-finals 2013
As I write we are awaiting the outcome of the Mayo v Donegal in the final All Ireland quarter-final 2013. Mayo off to a good start with a goal and three points, this match may not go the easy way for All Ireland Champions Donegal.
Semi Final Lineup
Kerry v Dublin
Tyrone v Mayo
Semi Finals Fixtures
Sunday, September 22nd – All Ireland GAA Final 2013
Winner v Winner (Croke Park)
Sunday, September 1st – Semi-final
Kerry v Dublin (Croke Park)
Sunday, August 25th – Semi-final
Tyrone v Mayo/Donegal (Croke Park)
Kerry GAA in All Ireland Semi-Final
Kerry 0-15 Cavan 0-9: Next up is a significantly more daunting challenge but Kerry had enough to get past Cavan in Croke Park in the first of today’s All-Ireland football quarter-finals.
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It wasn’t exactly vintage Kerry and had Cavan shown a little more belief in the first half it might well have been much closer in the end. They certainly finished the stronger, but by then Kerry already had more than one foot in the All-Ireland semi-final and another showdown against old rivals Dublin.
Cavan didn’t go out without a fight, and despite being well outplayed in the first half, raised a decent charge in the second half – helped in no end by Kerry dropping their intensity. Indeed, Cavan outscored Kerry seven points to four in the second half, also hitting several costly wides in succession, while Rory Dunne helped shut down the Kerry attack.
The best scores from Cavan came from substitute Niall McDermott and Feargal Flanagan and in the end there was some real concern for Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice as to why they allowed Cavan back into the game the way they did.
Yet Cavan looked like a team dangerously out of their depth in the first half, paralysed by both the occasion and Kerry’s undeniable class and superiority in every sector of the field. They started okay – Martin Dunne kicking the opening score after three minutes – but their game went rapidly downhill from there, and it took another 25 minutes before Cavan would score again, through midfielder David Givney.
By then Kerry racked up nine points: Johnny Buckley converted three 45s in succession, while Donnchadh Walsh, Declan O’Sullivan and Kieran Donaghy all scored from play – and with Colm “Gooch” Cooper as majestic as always in both play and placed balls (hitting four frees in the first half), Kerry were up 0-11 to 0-2 at halftime, without really trying.
Just as well, as it turned out, as Kerry never once repeated that sort of dominance in the second half. So Cavan, contesting a first ever All-Ireland quarter-final, at least left with plenty of pride intact and lots to build on for 2014.