There's more important things than camogie at the final in Longwood today.
There's more important things than camogie at the final in Longwood today.View More Images
Kilmessan powered their way to a fifth successive Meath senior camogie championship title with a match-winning performance against Trim at Longwood today where they won by 3-7 to 2-4 following an absorbing contest.
Kilmessan captain Ann Marie Dennehy urged the club’s hurlers to go and complete a double tomorrow when they tackle Longwood in the SHC decider.
The Longwood officials who were on duty at the venue maintained blank expressions although they will be hoping for a different result in tomorrow’s eagerly-awaited hurling decider in Navan.
Today in Longwood Kilmessan were ahead by 3-2 to 1-3 a the interval with the goals arriving from Kelly Gorman (two) and Aisling McLoughlin while Shona White found the net for Trim.
Trim added a second goal after the break through Christine Fagan, but Kilmessan were able to grind out the victory with a strong closing quarter.
Kelly Gorman took the ‘player-of-the-match’ award.
Kilmessan - AM Dennehy; C Ni Choileain, A Lynch, N Sheridan; T King, A Lynch, S Curtis; S Horan, A Donnelly (0-4); M Ni Choileain, F Lynch, M O’Leary (0-1); K Gorman (2-0), A McLoughlin (1-1), K Ni Choileann (0-1).
Trim - A Cole; C Ashe, S Hilliard, D Smith; Leanne Winters, R Winters, N Guy; AM Fagan, E Guy; K Hackett, S White (1-0), S Connor; C Fagan (1-4), L Winters, H Kennedy.
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