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Meath lose to Offaly in Fitzsimons final

Sunday, 15th December, 2013 5:54pm
Meath lose to Offaly in Fitzsimons final
Meath lose to Offaly in Fitzsimons final

Offaly retained the Fitzsimons Cup with a resounding 4-12 to 2-12 victory over an experimental Meath side at Grangegodden today.
Meath started well with a Donal Lenihan goal boosting them to a 1-0 to 0-1 lead after three minutes, but by half-time they found themselves 2-3 to 2-10 adrift.
The introduction of Graham Reilly for the ill Shane O’Rourke at half-time roused Meath into an improved second-half and they did manage to get the deficit down to four points with Reilly helping himself to five points.
However, despite a five-point haul from Cillian O’Sullivan Meath were always playing second fiddle and when Offaly bagged their third goal from the penalty it signalled the end of the hosts ambitions.

 

Fergal Lynch

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