Meath u-16 girls make it two wins

Sunday, 13th March, 2016 8:48am

Story by Conall Collier
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Meath u-16 girls make it two wins
Meath u-16 girls make it two wins

A highly entertaining fixture entertained a large crowd in Dunganny yesterday where Meath recorded their second win in the u-16 Girls Leinster Championship by 7-7 to 2-5 against Kildare.

Meath led from the start against a strong Kildare side and take six points into their third round game against neighbours Louth on Saturday 19th March.

Meath - Judy Bobbett, Niamh O’Sullivan, Orlagh Lally, Kate McCarthy, Sarah Wall, Katie Newe, Lauryn Grier (1-1), Deirdre Murray, Laoise McDermott, Leah Reilly (1-1), Mollie Byrne (1-0), Rachel Troy, Sophia Payne, Orla McLoughlin (0-1), Abbie Timmons (2-4).

Subs - Aedin Slattery for McLoughlin 22 mins, Leah Devine (2-0) for Payne half-time, Marina Kelly for Troy 50 mins, Caitlin Hamilton for McCarthy 52 mins, Emma Moriarty for Timmons 54 mins, Eva Hunter for Reilly 55 mins, Anna Myles for O’Sullivan 56 mins, Kathleen Yore for McDermott 57 mins.

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