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No joy at the Palace

Story by Meath Chronicle Sports
No joy at the Palace
Navan's visit to the home of Armagh yesterday, the Palace Grounds, proved a test too far as the Meath side lost more ground in the AIL Div 2B title race.

Sunday, 2nd December, 2012 7:30am

Navan's visit to the home of Armagh yesterday, the Palace Grounds, proved a test too far as the Meath side lost more ground in the AIL Div 2B title race.

Navan went into the game on the back of a victory in the previous round, but they were unable to build on that positive result and lost out by seven points.

Hosts Armagh won by 17-10 with three tries and a conversion.

Navan stayed in touch and managed a converted try and a penalty.

Navan host Nenagh next Saturday at Balreask Old in the final round of AIL Div2B action before Christmas.

The Tipperary side will come to Meath on the back of a 16-12 victory over Skerries yesterday and will be confident that a win in Navan will keep them at the business end of the table.

Nenagh are currently second three points behind Rainey Old Boys who had a 31-0 win over Sligo yesterday.

Boyne travelled to Fitzgerald Park yesterday and defeated hosts Thomons 24-22 with Niall Kerbey claiming four penalties and a conversion.

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