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Dunshaughlin savour cup victory

Friday, 16th May, 2014 10:02pm
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Dunshaughlin savour cup victory
Dunshaughlin savour cup victory

Dunshaughlin Youths put in a big performance to defeat Rossin Rovers in the Gerry Reilly Memorial Cup final at the MDL this evening.

Dunshaughlin Youths, who are only in their second season back in the MDL after a lenghty spell away, were the far more creative force. 

They took the lead when James Rattigan scored from the penalty spot.

It was 1-0 at the interval but early in the second-half Rossin equalised when Hugh Callan netted from close range before Liam Ormsby snatched the winner for Dunshaughlin on 71 minutes when he headed home from close range.

Dunshaughlin played the better football throughout and deservedly ended their season with a piece of silverware.

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