Leinster Minor Football semi-finals
Dublin 1-24 0-11 Kidlare, Parnell Park, FT
59min Another point from Kilkenny
58min The Ciaran Kilkenny show contines with another free from the Dublin duel star.
56min Ciaran Kilkenny hits his ninth point of the night.
54min Ciaran Kilkenny kicks another free.
53min Three points for Kildare from Kelly and King.
52min Dublin empty the bench.
50min Three more from play for Dublin, fifteen points in it now. Kilkenny is up to seven on the night.
48min Costello gets a goal, the ref may as well blow it up.
47min Eventually Kildare wake up in the second half with two nice points from COnway and Gibbons
43min Another point from the star of the night Kilkenny, Dublin 11 up.
40min Campbell point leaves Dublin ten points up, the Kildare heads have dropped.
38min Mccaffrey from play leaves them eight up.
37min Ivory gets another for Dublin
34min Costello from play for Dublin.
33min No score yet in second half.
31min Second half underway.
Kildare will have a strong breeze in the second half, so its still anyones game.
30+2 Another point from Kilkenny who has had a stunning performance in the first half.
30+1 Costello leaves Dublin five up.
30min Ivory gets his second point for Dublin, the dubs are now four up
27min Two points for Kildare, but Kilkenny gets one back for Dublin.
23min Free for Kildare is easily scored, four points in it.
20min Another two points for Dublin from Ivory & Kilkenny
14min Kilkenny gets his second point from play for Dublin.
12min Campbell gets a point for Dublin
11min Duke and Brophy get two wuick points from play for Kildare.
6min Nice point from play by Kilkenny
4min Two quick points for Dublin from Small and Killkenny, Small from play and a Kilkenny free.
2min Match underway
0min It should be a very tight match in Parnell park this evening, with two of the best minors teams in the country shooting it out.
Dublin: R O’Hanlon; G Hannigan, R McDaid, R Real; J McCaffrey, J Small, E Boyne; E O Conghaile, P O’Higgins; C Meaney, G Ivory, E Lowndes; S Fulham, C Kilkenny, D Campbell.Subs: L Stacey, P Mannion, R Noonan, D Byrne, M Mac Donncha, R Mullins, A O’Brien, E Archbold, C Pike, C Costello, S Carthy, K Kindlon, M O’Dea.
Kildare: Shane McNamara, Barry Egan, Shane O’Hagan, Sean Higgins, David Duke, James Murray
David Hyland,Gavin Farrell, Daniel Flynn, Paddy Brophy, Fergal Conway, Barry Coffey,Tony Gibbons, Niall Kelly, Dean King
Dublin minor footballers will field the same fifteen that defeated Longford for tonights ESB Leinster MFC semi-final against Kildare at Parnell Park.
Dual players Ciaran Kilkenny, Cormac Costelloe and Emmet O Conghaile turn out again after helping the minor hurlers to a Leinster semi-final victory over Westmeath last weekend.
Kildare have a serious team and surprisingly they are the 7/4 outsiders, which could prove to be a huge price. Tony Gibbons starts with Celbridge’s Conor Brady dropping to the bench in what is the only change in personnel from the side that beat offaly by double scores in the quarter final.