All the news from Croke Park in Dublin as 2002 champions Armagh lose by three points to Ulster neighbours Tyrone in the All-Ireland football final.
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Result: Armagh 0-9 Tyrone 0-12
70 (+1) mins: O'Neill sends over a fine left-footed point to stretch the Tyrone lead in stoppage-time. Armagh 0-9 Tyrone 0-12
68 mins: Armagh pile on the pressure and win a free which McConville converts. Armagh 0-9 Tyrone 0-11
63 mins: Tyrone's Peter Canavan comes back on for the closing stages with Ger Cavlan making way.
61 mins: Stephen O'Neill scores his first point to boost Tyrone. Armagh 0-8 Tyrone 0-11
60 mins: McConville lands a free to leave the gap at two points with 10 minutes of the contest remaining. Armagh 0-8 Tyrone 0-10
56 mins: Diarmuid Marsden of Armagh is sent-off following an ugly off-the-ball clash.
53 mins: Mulligan lands Tyrone's seventh free of the game. Armagh 0-7 Tyrone 0-10
52 mins: Marsden gets his first point as the gap closes to just two points. Armagh 0-7 Tyrone 0-9
50 mins: Diarmuid Marsden of Armagh comes back on to the field having been off for treatment to an injury.
47 mins: McKeever lands a free after Kevin Hughes of Tyrone is booked for foul challenge. Armagh 0-6 Tyrone 0-9
45 mins: McKeever becomes the latest player to be booked for foul play and Owen Mulligan curls over a fine free for Tyrone. Armagh 0-5 Tyrone 0-9
41 mins: Conor Gormley gets a yellow card for a foul on Armagh blood substitute Paddy McKeever who takes the free himself to reduce the arrears to three points.
Armagh 0-5 Tyrone 0-8
39 mins: Ger Cavlan takes a pass from O'Neill but misses a glaring goal opportunity by shooting wide of the target.
Peter Canavan does not emerge for the second half, his replacement is Brian McGuigan.
Half-time: Armagh 0-4 Tyrone 0-8
35 (+2) mins: Tyrone have a goal chance in first half stoppage-time but Hearty does well to divert Enda McGinley's shot over the bar. Armagh 0-4 Tyrone 0-8
33 mins: substitute Stephen O'Neill replaces McGuigan in the Tyrone team.
32 mins: Brian McGuigan wins a free which Canavan sends over for his fifth point. Armagh 0-4 Tyrone 0-7
30 mins: Tyrone defender Cormac McAnallen is shown a yellow card for fouling McConville.
27 mins: A superbly-taken point from Steven McDonnell reduces the deficit to two. Armagh 0-4 Tyrone 0-6
23 mins: Armagh's Philip Loughran is booked for a foul challenge which gives Canavan the opportunity to land his fourth free of the final. Armagh 0-3 Tyrone 0-6
22 mins: Ciaran Gourley is penalised and Oisin McConville gets off the mark with the free. Armagh 0-3 Tyrone 0-5
19 mins: Sean Cavanagh has a goal chance but slices the ball wide.
17 mins: Steven McDonnell, who has scored in every Championship match this seson, points for Armagh.
Armagh 0-2 Tyrone 0-5
16 mins: A poor kick-out by Armagh keeper Paul hearty leads to Brian McGuigan stetching Tyrone's early lead.
Armagh 0-1 Tyrone 0-5
15 mins: Tyrone are awarded another free and Tyrone skipper Canavan makes it three out of three.
Armagh 0-1 Tyrone 0-4
11 mins: Francis Bellew is shown the yellow card for bringing down Owen Mulligan and Canavan converts an easy free from in front of the posts. Armagh 0-1 Tyrone 0-3
3 mins: Ger Cavlan hoists a point for Tyrone as the final gets off to an exciting start. Armagh 0-1 Tyrone 0-2
2 mins: Armagh reply quickly with a fine point from play scored by John McEntee. Armagh 0-1 Tyrone 0-1
1 min: Peter Canavan opens the scoring with a straightforward free after Andrew McCann is penalised for holding Brian Dooher. Armagh 0-0 Tyrone 0-1
1530 BST: throw-in. Armagh skipper Kieran McGeeney wins the toss and chooses to attack the railway end.
Armagh: P Hearty; A Mallon, E McNulty, F Bellew; A O'Rourke, K McGeeney (cpt), A McCann; P Loughran, P McGrane; R Clarke, J McEntee, O McConville; S McDonnell, D Marsden, T McEntee.
Tyrone: J Devine; C Gourley, C McAnallen, R McMenamin; C Gormley, G Devlin, P Jordan; K Hughes, S Cavanagh; B Dooher, B McGuigan, G Cavlan; E McGinley, P Canavan (cpt), O Mulligan.
Referee: Brian White (Wexford)
In the Minor final, Dublin and Laois drew 1-11 each.