Meath to face DCU in O'Byrne Cup semi-final next Sunday

Sunday, 12th January, 2014 3:36pm

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Meath to face DCU in O'Byrne Cup semi-final next Sunday

Conditions were difficult for football today in Baltinglass.

Meath to face DCU in O'Byrne Cup semi-final next Sunday

Conditions were difficult for football today in Baltinglass.

Meath made a rewarding trip to rain-lashed Baltinglass today where they made it three wins in-a-row with a 4-11 to 2-5 victory over hosts Wicklow in the third round of the O’Byrne Cup.

Despite the difficult conditions Meath produced some positive football and were ahead by 2-6 to 0-3 at the interval with the goals coming from Navan O’Mahonys duo, David and Stephen Bray.

Meath remained in the ascendancy in the seocnd-half as further goals from Damien Carroll and Dalton McDonagh helped Meath into a 4-8 to 0-5 advantage.

However, Wicklow produced a late rally with goals from James Sheehan and Sean Furlong, but Meath added points, including a rare Seamus Kenny score, for a merited victory.

Meath will now host  DCU in the semi-final of the O’Byrne Cup in Navan next Sunday. DCU defeated Dublin by 3-8 to 0-16 this afternoon.



Longford 1-8, Athlone IT 0-10

Louth 1-14, Westmeath 0-10.

DCU 3-8, Dublin 0-16

Kildare 1-11, Carlow 0-8 

Wexford 0-16, Offaly 0-13

UCD 1-14, Laois 3-6

DIT 3-12, IT Carlow 0-16


Donegal 1-10, Armagh 0-11.
Tyrone 3-19, Queen's 1-8 
Cavan 1-9, Down 0-5
Monaghan 1-16, St Mary's 0-8
Derry 1-11, Fermanagh 2-4
Antrim 1-17, UUJ 2-8


Cork 6-16, UL 0-7
Kerry 2-12, Cork IT 0-13


Leitrim 1-10, Galway 2-6
IT Sligo 1-11, Mayo 2-8
Roscommon 2-13, NUIG 1-5
Sligo 1-8, GMIT 0-8

Conall Collier

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