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Defending Ulster SFC champions Tyrone stormed past helpless Donegal 1-21 to 1-12 at Clones to book their place in the final at Croke Park.
The Red Hands raced to a 0-12 to 0-5 lead at the break, before a goal from Tiernan McCann helped Tyrone kill off any chance of an unlikely comeback from a youthful Donegal side.
To their credit, the O'Donnell County battled on and were rewarded for their bravery when Micheal Carroll found the back of the net.
But the goal proved little consolation for Donegal, who now fall back into the qualifiers.
Tyrone will face the winners of Down and Monaghan, who play on June 24.
While Roscommon overcame Leitrim 2-23 to 1-09 at Hyde Park to advance to the Connacht SFC final.
Roscommon's tally was the largest they have scored against their neighbors as wing-back Conor Devaney registered two goals before the break to effectively end the O'Rourke County's chances.
Darragh Rooney found the net for Leitrim in what was their first meaningful attack after the break, but the score failed to ignite an unlikely comeback, leaving Roscommon to add to their growing tally.
Roscommon will meet in-form Galway in the final on July 9.
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