Meath hurlers open with a win

Sunday, 24th February, 2013 6:30pm

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Meath hurlers open with a win

Meath players after the NHL Div 2B victory today at Newry

Meath hurlers open with a win

Meath players after the NHL Div 2B victory today at Newry

Stephen Clynch's late second-half goal helped Meath to a dramatic 2-16 to 1-18 NHL Div 2B victory over hosts Down at Newry this afternoon.

Clynch's stike drew the sides level for the seventh time with three minutes remaining and completed a fine tally of 1-12 for the Kilmessan man.

Dunderry's Paddy Conneely sent over the winning point for Cillian Farrell's men as the clock ticked into injury-time.

Read the next edition of the Meath Chronicle for all the dramatic details from Newry.

Click on link if necessary for interview with Meath manager


Meath play London next Saturday in the second round at Trim 2pm (time provisional)

Meath - S McGann; C Reilly, W Mahady, R Hatton; S Heavey, J Toher, S Brennan; S Morris, J Kelly; P Durnin, S Clynch, P Conneely; A Gannon, E Marsh, B Slevin. Subs - J Meyler for Kelly 43 mins, G Kelly for Durnin 67m.

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