Video: Goals from Meath's victory over Wicklow

Monday, 13th January, 2014 3:10pm

Story by Fergal Lynch
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Video: Goals from Meath's victory over Wicklow

Graham Reilly

Video: Goals from Meath's victory over Wicklow

Graham Reilly

Meath secured their place in the O'Byrne Cup semi-final against DCU next Sunday in Páirc Táilteann with a resounding victory over Wicklow at Baltinglass. 

Fitst-half goals from Stephen and David Bray were followed by goals from Damien Carroll and Dalton McDonagh in the second period as Meath coasted to victory.

Six Meath players are likely to feature in the other semi-final between Kildare and UCD as Oran Fitzpatrick, Ciaran Lenihan, Conor Downey, Padraic Harnan, Shane McEntee and James Toher are all on the college panel to take on Jason Ryan's Kildare in Newbridge, also next Sunday.

The top scorers in the O'Byrne Cup so far are:

Bernard Allen (DIT) 2-15
Conor McGraynor (DCU) 3-10 (4f)
Eoghan O'Flaherty (Kildare) 2-11 (1f)
Ciarán Lyng (Wexford) 3-6
Kevin O'Grady (Wexford) 2-8 (5f)
Liam Boland (IT Carlow) 0-13 (7f)
Nigel Dunne (Offaly) 0-13 (8f)
Seamus Kinsella (Carlow) 1-10 (5f)
Conor Meredith (Laois) 1-9
John Heslin (UCD) 1-8
Conor McHugh (DCU) 0-11 (8f)
Cathal Shine (Athlone IT) 0-11 (9f)

Dalton McDonagh (Meath) 3-1


See the video below for all the goals from Sunday's clash in Baltinglass.





Fergal Lynch

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