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Andy McEntee's All-Ireland success

Story by Conall Collier

Thursday, 17th March, 2016 7:16pm

Andy McEntee's All-Ireland success

Andy McEntee had plenty of reasons to celebrate St Patrick's Day 2016 as he guided Dublin Senior Football Champions Ballyboden St Enda's to a 2-14 to 0-7 All-Ireland Club SFC final victory at Croke Park against Castlebar Mitchels.

McEntee's side made a brilliant start in front of 31,518 spectators at Croke Park as tyey opened up a 2-3 to 0-0 lead against the Connacht champions.

Colm Basquel and Andrew Kerin got the goals.

Castlebar have now lost two finals to Dublin opposition in three seasons - St Vincent's beat them two years ago.

Ballyboden's Declan O'Mahony didn't get to play after failing to get a red card in the semi-final win over Clonmel Commercials over-turned.

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