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As it happened: Galway prevail against Armagh in dramatic All-Ireland SFC quarter-final

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Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled as they make their way to the dressing rooms after full time ended in a draw at the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finalat Croke Park, Dublin. Photo: Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled as they make their way to the dressing rooms after full time ended in a draw at the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finalat Croke Park, Dublin. Photo: Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

Aidan Nugent of Armagh in action against Jack Glynn of Galway during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Galway at Croke Park, Dublin. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Aidan Nugent of Armagh in action against Jack Glynn of Galway during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Galway at Croke Park, Dublin. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney with team psychologist Hugh Campbell ahead the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-final match against Galway at Croke Park, Dublin. Photo by Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney with team psychologist Hugh Campbell ahead the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-final match against Galway at Croke Park, Dublin. Photo by Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

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Players and officials from Armagh and Galway become embroiled as they make their way to the dressing rooms after full time ended in a draw at the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finalat Croke Park, Dublin. Photo: Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

A late flurry of goals from Armagh brought the first of today's double-header at Croke Park to extra-time.

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