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Enfield Celtic best in extra-time

Saturday, 3rd May, 2014 7:09pm

Story by Conall Collier
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Enfield Celtic stormed to victory this morning in the North Eastern Counties Schoolboys' League u-12 Challenge Cup final against Kells / Blackwater at the MDL grounds in Navan.

Enfield won the game by 4-2 with all the action packed into thes econd-half and also extra-time following a scoreless first-half.

Kells/Blackwater took the lead midway through the second-half with the help of an own goal but Enfeidl struck twice to lead going into the final minute when Kells/Blackwater equalised from a penalty.

Enfield dominated the extra-time and scored twice to take the trophy back to Enfield following a memorable decider.

See next edition of Meath Chronicle for report and photographs.

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