Dublin pull away to ease past Cork into last four

Dublin have beaten Cork by 0-21 to 0-10 in the second of this year's All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-finals.
Dublin pull away to ease past Cork into last four

Digital Desk Staff

Dublin have beaten Cork by 0-21 to 0-10 in the second of this year's All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-finals.

Dean Rock scored nine points as the Dubs booked their place in their thirteenth straight semi-final.

Dublin, who were missing the injured Con O'Callaghan and James McCarthy, led by three points (0-10 to 0-7) at half-time.

However, they pulled away in the 20 minutes after the break.

Rock scored three free-kicks and added another point, with two from Brian Fenton in between.

Ciaran Kilkenny (two), Lee Gannon, Sean Bugler, Tom Lahiff, Cormac Costello, and Paddy Small all added points for Dublin while Cork only registered three more.

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