Trailing by 0-4 to 2-7 after 39 minutes Drumbaragh staged a sensational comeback to defeat Kilmacanogue 2-15 to 2-7 after extra-time in the Leinster Club JFC at Greystones this afternoon.
The Meath side who were playing their third high-profile game in a week made a slow start to this game and trailed 0-3 to 1-5 at the break in normal time with their goalkeeper Willie Arkins executing a number of excellent saves.
When Kilmacanogue Niall Meldon scored a second goal for his side on 39 minutes it looked all over for Drumbaragh who were playing poorly up to then.
However, the Meath side refused to be subdued and a Willie Carry goal after 50 minutes gave them hope.
Three minutes later Thomas Carry calmly slotted the ball to the net this time from a penalty kick after Willie Carry was fouled.
Points from Thomas Carry and Willie Carry brought the sides level 2-7 apiece at the end of normal time.
In extra-time Drumbaragh were by far the better team and they reeled off a series of points to wrap up the victory. Kilmacanogue's misery was completed when they had a player, Shane Vickers sent off.
Drumbaragh, who won the JFC on Wednesday, were left to savour another memorable win.
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