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Parkvilla best in u-13 decider

Saturday, 3rd May, 2014 7:10pm
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Parkvilla took the spoils in the North Eastern Counties Schoolboys League u-13 Challenge Cup final at the MDL in Navan this afternoon when they got the better of Trim Town by 5-0.

This was a good display by Parkvilla who were always in control and took the lead in the  25th minute when Ryan Galligan found the net.

Midway through the second-half Parkvilla pressure was rewarded when Kevin Joshua finished after Trim Town failed to clear a cross and with 12 minutes remaining Ben Gibney mad eit 3-0 with a good piece of skill.

Reece Fallon added a fourth goal for Parkvilla with five minutes remaining and Nathan Hamilton completed the tally ahead of the final whistle.

See next edition of Meath Chronicle for report and photographs.

 

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