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Kildalkey manager guides Westmeath to camogie glory

Story by Conall Collier

Sunday, 10th September, 2017 1:26pm

Kildalkey manager guides Westmeath to camogie glory

Scoreboard at full-time in Croke Park

Kildalkey manager Johnny Greville abandoned his Meath club hurling bib at the weekend in favour of the Westmeath inter-county version as he brought the women from the Lake County to Croke Park for an All-Ireland final date.

Greville's girls negotiated Dublin in the All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie final with a deserved victory.

It was going well for Westmeath at half-time as they established a 1-8 to 0-2 interval advantge and although they conceded an early second-half goal to the Dubs, they carved out a victory by 1-10 to 1-6.

Captain of the Westmeath team was Raharney woman Fiona Leavy who is a teacher at St Joseph's Mercy in Navan where she is guaranteed a tremendous weclome on her return to classroom duties.

With the sound of a Joe Dolan hit booming out over the public address, the good looking women from Westmeath celebrated with great gusto and will continue the party in Mullingar at 6.30pm this evening.


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