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Parkvilla face FAI Cup replay

Sunday, 2nd December, 2012 4:40pm

Story by Meath Chronicle Sports
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Parkvilla face FAI Cup replay
Parkvilla face FAI Cup replay

Navan side Parkvilla continued their great form in cup competitions when they travelled to Dublin today and came away from Blanchardstown with a 1-1 draw against top side Verona.

The Meath men were unlucky not to advance to the next round of the FAI INtermediate Cup as they missed a first-half penalty.

However, they were ahead at the interval from a fine Dave O'Neill goal and Verona also had a man red-carded before the break.

Verona got back on terms early in the second-half and Parkvilla were unable to conjure up a winner.

Verona now face the prospects of a pre-Christmas trip to Claremont Stadium where the home fans are sure to come out in large numbers to get behinf their local team.

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