Dublin forward Seán Bugler capped his first start for Dublin with a man of the man display as the All-Ireland champions recorded a comfortable six point defeat of Tyrone in Omagh.

Bugler hit three points from play and also showed good vision to set up Eoghan O'Gara's late goal, as Dublin set up an All-Ireland semi-final date with old rivals Mayo in Croke Park next Saturday thanks toa 1-16 to 0-13 win in Healy Park.

And the young St. Oliver Plunkett's-Eoghan Ruadh man said he was delighted to be handed an opportunity to impress in the final round of Dublin's Super 8's campaign.

"It's a privilege to put on a jersey and represent Dublin," he said.

"It's an honour to represent them, and I'm delighted to do so, and delighted with my own performance today. But more importantly the team performance, it was all about the team and about getting over the line today and we did that, so the focus now is on next week." 

Bugler will now hope to stay in manager Jim Gavin's plans as Dublin continue their hunt for a historic fifth successive All-Ireland title.

Dublin's attacking riches were again on show in Omagh, with Bernard Brogan catching the eye following his introduction in the second half, along with the long-anticipated return of Diarmuid Connolly.

Yet despite the huge competition for places, Bugler said the squad have been hugely supportive since he made the step up into the senior panel.

"With the lads there, they make you gel in, so it's all good," he said.

"It was a great win out there, so we'll start thinking about next week now."