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Sunday 22 January 2017
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Fans of all ages were out in force at Croke Park.
Is Lola O'Regan the youngest Dubs fan?
Young fan Brian O'Connell in the Dubs war paint.
Ryan and Scott Hanon get into the spririt of things outside the ground.
Harriett Martin shows her support for the boys in blue.
Ben Kilmurry and Suzanna Donnelly soak up the sunshine.
Fans Caroline Hughes and Jessica Atkins show their support for the Dubs.
These Dubs fans were happy to show off their official team gear.
The semi-final bought out many fans who made a day of it by attending with friends and family.
The blue army weren't shy about showing their support.
The victory delighted fans who'll no doubt be keen to see the Dubs take on Wexford in the Leinster Final.
Fans cheer the boys on as they narrowly beat Westmeath.
These two young fans were happy to show their support.
The crowd on the hill.
Paige Gibson, David Radisson and Eimer Redmond soak up the atmosphere
It was a family affair for Eoin, Mark, baby Lara and Sarah Moylan.
Conor Heir shows us his colours.
Shane Hannon and Edel Smith outside the ground.
Fans Ellen and Neil Waters.
John, David and Brian Murphy get joined the blue army.
Who could miss enthusiastic fans Stephen O'Rourke and Gavin Flynn?
Gemma Thorne, Shauna McGuinness and Francesca Towers joined the crowd on the hill.
Fans enjoy the festival style atmosphere.
Padraig McGuinness, Mark Browne and Nichola Thorne show their support for the boys in blue.
Arron Brady , David Smith, Sonja O'Driscoll outside the ground.
Valarie Hughs, Ali Grey, Sinead Emerson were happy to bring their own Dubs flag along to the game.
Fran Scholes and her grandson prove support for the Dubs goes across all age groups.
Fans Sam Carey, Aoife O'Rourke Jack Carey, Briain O'Connell, Odhrin O'Connell.
Paul Drum, Jessica Atkins, Robert White and Damon Murphy joined the blue army.
Bill Doherty got behind the boys in blue.