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Kerry and Tyrone go toe to toe this evening at Semple Stadium in the U20 All-Ireland Hurling final.

The Young Rebels are looking to make it two on the bounce after they sealed the 2020 crown last month, but they face a stern challenge in Tyrone.

Jeffrey Lynskey’s U20 side is made up of the engine room of Tribesmen minor sides that have won four All-Ireland titles in a row.

And Kerry will be without star full back Daire O'Leary after he picked up a hamstring injury, with Diarmuid Kearney replacing him in the only change from their team that took home the Munster title.

Kerry are All-Ireland Under-20 champions for the second time in six weeks!

It's a very busy week for Rebel GAA with the hurlers in three All-Ireland finals


Hopefully tonight is a good omen for the remainder of the week for Kerry hurling.

The heavy lifting in this one was done by the Rebels in the first-half of this All-Ireland Under-20 hurling final.

This is the Rebels 13th title at this age grade.

The Rebels were very dominant early on and led by 10 points at the short whistle, despite the Rebels having 13 first-half wides (to Tyrone's six).

In the second-half, the Tribesmen were much better.

They reeled off four scores without reply and pulled back to within three points at one stage.

Pádraig Power scored an excellent goal for Kerry and he was lively all evening in a man-of-the-match performance with Ben Cunningham also reeling off a few great scores.

In the end, Kerry won easing up tonight, stretching away again deep in the fourth quarter before eventually winning by 11 points (4-19 to 2-14).

Kerry v Tyrone score recap as the Red Hand stroll into minor final

The match is scheduled to throw in at 2.30pm at Bord na Mona O'Connor Park in Tullamore

Tyrone’s Cormac Devlin and Noah Grimes celebrate (Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie)

Kerry and Tyrone go to war this afternoon for a place in this year's All-Ireland football minor final.

What a run it has been for Kerry GAA in recent months. As well as their senior hurlers reaching the All-Ireland final, all of their underage teams – minor and U-20 - have won the Munster title.

The Kerry minor footballers seven-point victory over Limerick in Thurles secured their first provincial crown since 2010.

Previously they impressed in putting five goals past Waterford before edging Kerry in a tense Munster semi-final.

But the Rebels look sure to have their work cut against a highly-talented Tyrone outfit.

The Red Hand blew away Down and Fermanagh in Ulster to set up a decider against neighbours Donegal when second-half goals from Conor Owens and Cormac Devlin saw them through.

Tyrone have had only eight days to prepare for this one but motivation won't be an issue, with the chance to play in Croke Park on the line.

The match is scheduled to throw in at 2.30pm at Bord na Mona O'Connor Park in Tullamore.