Evolution of a rivalry
Dublin v Tyrone
Parnell Pk: Dublin 0-9 Tyrone 0-8
Tommy Lyons wanted a "line drawn in the sand" after a turbulent 2003 and Dublin responded with a hard-fought one-point win over the All-Ireland champions.
Healy Park: Tyrone 1-10 Dublin 0-8
Real tension in the air and on the ground between local stewards and Dublin squad members. Tyrone prevail.
2005 All-Ireland quarter-final
Croke Park: Tyrone 1-14 Dublin 1-14
A game that will be remembered for Owen Mulligan's wonder goal as he dummied past three Dublin defenders. Tyrone came from behind as Mickey Harte shuffled the deck at half-time. They never looked back after that.
2005 All-Ireland quarter-final replay
Croke Park: Tyrone 2-18 Dublin 1-14
Lights out for Dublin with Mulligan inspired, helping himself to 1-7 in the replay.
Healy Pk: Dublin 1-9 Tyrone 1-6
The 'Battle of Omagh' as it is better known. Four players red carded, another five retrospectively suspended, three mass brawls and a referee close to tears.
Croke Pk: Tyrone 0-11 Dublin 0-10
More woe for Dublin. Ryan McMenamin clashed on the sideline with manager Paul Caffrey as Tyrone strike late in the first Croke Park game under flood-lights.
2008 All-Ireland quarter-final
Croke Park: Tyrone 3-14 Dublin 1-8
A washout in more ways than one. The rain fell hard beforehand as Dublin collapsed under the weight of two first-half goals. Caffrey resigned immediately afterwards.
Croke Pk: Tyrone 1-18 Dublin 1-16
A classic encounter to kick off the GAA's '125 years' celebrations. Sean Cavanagh strikes late to deny Dublin again.
Healy Park: Dublin 2-14 Tyrone 1-11
Forward Bernard Brogan was inspired in Omagh as Dublin condemned Tyrone to Division 2 league football next season.