, Crosserlough all-Ireland campaign came to an end as Roscommon side Four Roads scored a 2-11 to six point’s victory in Edgeworthstown on Sunday.
Niamh Coyle and Aisling Dempsey struck four Roads the goals in the second half as they secured a an 11 point victory.
Four Roads and Kilmessan will compete in the All-Ireland Junior Camogie final on the 25th of November.
Four Roads beat Crosserlough 2-11 to six points in their semi-final in Edgeworthstown. Niamh Coyle in the 35th minute and Aisling Dempsey in the 47th minute struck the goals in the second half.
Four Roads held a six points to two lead at half-time in Hugh Devine Park in Edgeworthstown but Adrian Tully’s side opened up in the second half to come away with the win.
Crosserloughs Jimmy Greville says his Ulster winning side should still be proud of themselves. He spoke to Kevin Egan after the game.
Kilmessan saw off Kerry’s Clanmaurice in Nenagh in the other semi-final 2-10 to nine points to face four roads in the final. The final will be a repeat of the 2014 final which the Meath side won.