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Meath defeat Westmeath

Monday, 9th December, 2013 9:02am

Story by Conall Collier
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Meath defeat Westmeath
Meath defeat Westmeath

Meath senior footballers got back to some action today with a 1-12 to 0-7 victory over Westmeath in the Fitzsimons Cup SFT semi-final at Grangegodden, Kells.

Andrew Tormey and Conor Sheridan started at midfield with David Bray returning to the full-forward line while Sean Curran was at full-back.

Meath were ahead by four points (0-7 to 0-3) at the interval with the scores from Damien Carroll (three), Seamus Mattimoe (two), Donal Lenihan and Paddy Gilsenan.

Meath remained in the ascendancy after the resumption with Carroll finding the net for the all-important goal.

Meath will play Offaly next Sunday in the decider.

Offaly were due to play Cavan, but Cavan did not field for the game.

However, Westmeath will play Cavan in the curtainraiser next Sunday.


MEATH PANEL


Conor McHugh - Oldcastle
Cian McPartland - Oldcastle
Sean Curran - Donaghmore/Ashbourne
Michael Burke - Longwood
Niall Shortall - Curraha
Eoghan Harrington - Wolfe Tones
Paddy Gilsenan - Oldcastle
Conor Sheridan - Simonstown Gaels
Andrew Tormey - Donaghmore Ashbourne
Shane Gillespie - Navan O’Mahonys
Damien Carroll - Ballinabrackey
Cillian O’Sullivan - Moynalvey
Seamus Mattimoe - Gaeil Colmcille
David Bray - Navan O’Mahonys
Donal Lenihan - Dunboyne
SUBS
Andy Colgan - Donaghmore/Ashbourne
Adam Flanagan - Clonard
Brian Power - Ratoath
James McEntee - Curraha
Shane McEntee - Dunboyne

Conall Collier

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