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Tuesday 24 May 2016
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Leinster Final: Fans gallery
Matt, Sandra and eight-year-old Ian Berrigan were more than happy to get behind the boys in blue.
The littlest Dubs fans Patrick and Saoirse Roche in their signed Dubs jerseys.
Left Jamie and Val Livingstone
(Back row from the left)Leah, Bernie and Aoife Caffery and Ella McGrath and Ross Murtagh bought their wet weather gear for Saturday's big game.
The Incredible Hulk from Wexford poses for our cameras among a sea of Dubs fans outside the ground.
(from left) Daren Pullen, Owen O'Farrell, Mark McKenna toast the Dubs.
Graham Hendrick and his small blue army of Dubs fan including Graham Hendrick Jr , Hollie Brennan, Jody Brennan, Nicole Brennan.
The Blue Crosbies:(Back left) Lauren Crosbie,Danielle Crosbie,Thomas Crosbie with (in front) Ciara Crosbie and Jordan Wright.
back left Robert Ash, Leanne Briscoe,Shelly Graham,Linda Gleeson,Laura Keenan front Laura brennan
Dubs fans make their voices heard at Croke Park.
Marty Whelan and son Ian were part of the large crowd cheering on the Dubs at Croke Park.
Fans(from left) Darren and Dean Otoole, Darragh Joyce.
The Mahon clan, Katie, Patrick and Darragh get ready to cheer on the Dubs.
Laura Behan supported both teams with her war paint.
Laura Brennan and Shelly Gannon
The Herald crew: Tara Mc Nally, Dervla O'Neill, Timothy Mc Elroy and Laura Jennings joined fans heading to the match.
Rob Carbury and Ross O'Nuallann
Joe O'Mara and Dave Brooks
Mark and Paul Cowley
The Pike clan joined in all the fun with other fans at the Leinster final.
Left Laura, Peggy and Eoin Foley
Selena Monaghan and Lisa O'Connor make their way to the match.
Eoghan Jennings, Alan Colgan, James Creegan, David Fanning, Brian Og Carton
left Ashling Dignam,Sandra Murphy, Damien Dignam, David Daily
Shauna Buckingham, Laura Whelan, Jenny Wallace and Niamh Galloway, Rathfarnham outside the ground before the match.
Dean, Chloe, Charlie, Nicole and Graham join the crowd on the hill to cheer on the Dubs.
Fan Tommy Tiernan gets snapped by a Herald photographer.
left Martin Quilty, Rory O'Donnell, Paul Downes, Lee Bird,Feargal Wash, Donal McNally
left Megan Doyle, Katie Hynes, Shauna Hynes
left Ciran McGuiness, Aidan Enright, Darragh Gaynor
Jason Sherlock threads a ball past Wexfords's David Murphy and Thomas Howlin.
Captain Alan Brogan lifts the Leinster Cup up for the crowd to see after his team thrashed Wexford to win their 48th title.
The win is Dublin's 48th Leinster title.
This Wexford fan was remarkably jolly after his team's poor showing at the Leinster final.
Jubilant fans leave the ground happy that Dublin are now in the quarter final of the All-Ireland Championship for 2008.
Were you on the hill at the Leinster final? Can you spot yourself in this photo?
Fans on the hill cheer on the boys in blue.
These Dubs fans went home happy.
Yesterday's impressive display by the Dubs left many in no doubt that the team will make this year's All-Ireland final.
The 23 point win left this young fan happy.
The day wasn't so pleasant for Wexford fans, many of whom made the journey to the capital to see their team thrashed.
While Wexford did get off to a strong start, fans would have gone home disappointed by their poor performance.Phone: (01) 8044333 to buy any of the photos we've featured in our galleries.