Tipperary no match for Meath

Sunday, 23rd February, 2014 4:29pm

Story by Jimmy Geoghegan
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Tipperary no match for Meath

This was an easy assignment for Meath as they kick-started their National Camogie League Div 2 campaign with a resounding 1-17 to 0-1 victory over Tipperary at Dunganny today.

Apart from the opening minutes there was never any doubt that the home side would chalk up a victory in this contest.

John Davis' team led 0-6 to 0-1 at the interval and with wind advantage in the second-half they continued to tag on the scores.

Jane Dolan showed the way for the Royal County with 0-10, two from play with her skill and commitment major factors in keeping her side moving forward.

The next highest Meath scorers after that were Sinead Hackett and Ellen Burke who fired over two points apiece.

Next up for Meath is an assignment against Waterford and that promises to be a much tougher assignment.

Jimmy Geoghegan.


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