Defeat for Dunshaughlin as Kilcock take title

Thursday, 19th December, 2013 5:47pm

Story by Jimmy Geoghegan
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Defeat for Dunshaughlin as Kilcock take title
Defeat for Dunshaughlin as Kilcock take title

Dunshaughlin relinquished their hold on the North Leinster Juvenile B FC title when they were defeated 3-4 to 4-15 by Scoil Dara, Kilcock at Dunganny today.

The Meath side, who were defeated by Scoil Dara in the final last year, led briefly in the opening half. 

However with the help of 2-2 scored by Conor Frayne from Summerhill the Kilcock school pushed on to win with plenty to spare.

At the interval Scoil Dara led 3-5 to 3-3 but they really turned on the style in the second-half with Dunshaughlin only managing to add one more point to their account against the icy wind.

Rian Kealy, Conor Oliver and Paddy Maher found the net for Dunshaughlin but the best team on the day returned home with the trophy.

Jimmy Geoghegan.

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