Easy for Meath minors

Saturday, 19th April, 2014 4:18pm

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Easy for Meath minors
Easy for Meath minors

Meath minor footballers produced a sparkling performance at Pairc Tailteann thius afternoon as they recorded a 3-18 to 1-6 Leinster MFC first round victory over Wicklow.

Meath will now progress to the quarter-finals.

Meath were ahead by 1-10 to 0-2 at the interval and completely dominated after the resumption with Daire Rowe the star of the show - he scored 1-7.

The other Meath goals arrived form David McLoughlin and James Cullen.


Meath – Johnny Lynch (Moynalty); Jack O' Connor (Donaghmore/Ashbourne), Iarla Hughes (Summerhill), Dan Ormsby (Dunshaughlin); Jordan McLoughlin (Dunboyne), Brian Harnan (Moynalvey), Ronan McDonagh (Clann na nGael); Charlie Bird (Boardsmill), Ronan Jones (Dunboyne); Dylan Brady (Donaghmore/Ashbourne), Daire Rowe (Syddan), Shane Cumiskey (Dunboyne); Ross Ryan (Summerhill), James Cullen (Trim), David McLoughlin (Moynalvey).

Subs – Declan McGuinness (Navan O'Mahonys) for McDonagh half-time; Paudge McGowan (Slane) for Rowe and Darren Heaney (Duleek/Bellewstown) for Cullen both 52 mins, Evan Hendrick (Na Fianna) for Bird 53m, Sean Power (St Ultan's) for Cumiskey and Jack Giles (Donaghmore/Ashbourne) for O'Connor 55m.

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