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St Kevins 0-11 Dundalk Young Irelands 0-9
St Kevins maintained their good run of form with a hard fought win in the Upper Marshes tonight, and have now moved into the second place in the Division 2 table after they inflicted an impressive defeat on their hosts Dundalk Young Irelands. In a very tight opening 15 minutes the sides were level at 2 points a piece. Then  Young Irelands hit a purple patch and opened up a four point lead but Kevins responded and Lee Crosbie kicked two fine points to leave 3 in it to the Young Irelands at Half Time 0-7 to 0-4.

Despite the disadvantage of the winds and sun against them for the first half, Thomas McNamee’s men maintained their pace with the opposition. Leaving them in the optimal position for the traditional Kevin’s second half comeback. 

St Kevins opened the second half in flying form at points from Lee Crosbie (2), Evan Maher and TJ Doheny put the Kevins into the lead for the first time in the game. Young Irelands leveled and then Kevins kicked on again with three excellent points from Tj Doheny,  Lee Crosbie and Karl Martin to give the Kevins a three point lead, Young Irelands managed to get one back but Thomas McNamees side held out for another win.
The team will go onto play Clan na Gael at home next Saturday (25th June) at 7:30pm. 

Team List: Danny Crosbie,  Eoin McKenna,  Finbarr Lynch,  Shane Meade, Karl Martin (0-1), Cameron Maher, Darren McMullen,  Evan Maher (0-1), Seanie Crosbie,  Adam Cromwell,  TJ Doheny (0-2), Keelan Maher, Patrick Clarke, Lee Crosbie (0-7), Tom Matthews. Sub. Paul Duff for Adam Cromwell

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