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It's going to be a Mayo against Meath battle in the All-Ireland intermediate club football final

Westport and St Colmcille’s advanced to next month’s final.

Mayo's Lee Keegan and Meath's Graham Reilly can start preparing for an All-Ireland club final.
Mayo's Lee Keegan and Meath's Graham Reilly can start preparing for an All-Ireland club final.
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THE REIGNING FOOTBALLER of the Year and the new Meath senior football captain have an All-Ireland club final date to look forward to next month.

Mayo’s Lee Keegan and Meath’s Graham Reilly were celebrating after their clubs Westport and St Colmcille’s emerged from two gruelling battles in today’s AIB All-Ireland intermediate club football semi-finals.

Westport came back from the brink in normal time and then finished strongly in extra-time against Kerry’s Kenmare Shamrocks to win 1-10 to 0-11 in Ennis.

At the Athletic Grounds in Armagh, St Colmcille’s emerged from a thrilling contest against Tyrone’s Pomeroy Plunketts to win 3-11 to 2-13.

More to follow…

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