Kilmainhamwood took the spoils following a well-contested Junior D FC final at Bohermeen's Sean Newman Park today when they proved too strong for a brave Seneschalstown side by 3-8 to 0-10.
For Seneschalstown this was a disappointing result as the club's second team was defeated in the Junior B FC semi-final last night and officials were hoping for a change of luck for the third team.
Seneschalstown also lost a B FL final last weekend.
However, today at the Bohermeen venue, which was in pristine condition and a credit to the St Ultan's club, Kilmainhamwood packed too much experience and were ahead by 0-5 to 0-3 at the interval.
An early second-half goal from former Meath forward Ray Magee gave Kilmainhamwood a solid platform for success and another experienced campaigner, Larry McCormack, converted a penalty soon after.
Seneschalstown kept batttling and reduced the deficit to 0-10 to 2-7 with four minutes remaining, but the winners added an insurance point and then put a little bit of gloss on the display with a late David Rissell goal.
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