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U20 championship moves into the business end of the season

Apr 21, 2022 13:04 By Sean McCaffrey
U20 championship moves into the business end of the season U20 championship moves into the business end of the season
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Sligo claimed a first ever title while Cavan will face Tyrone in the Ulster decider

Sligo have claimed their maiden EirGrid Connacht under-20 Football title. Jack Davitt scored two goals and Eoghan Smith and Jack Lavin raised late green flags as they edged out Mayo by 4-4 to 1-12 last night in Markievicz Park. Tomorrow evening (Friday), Cavan will contest the Ulster U20 final for the first time since 2014 when they take on Tyrone in Brewster Park at 8pm.

The Breffni side have accounted for Monaghan and Derry so far in the competition while Tyrone overcame Down and Donegal on their way to the decider. Damien Donohe is manager of the Cavan team and he noted how the strenght in depth of the panel has contributed to their victories

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We will have full live coverage of that final with thanks to O Hara Logistics Lough Gowna, Co Cavan

It's semi-final night in the EirGrid Leinster under-20 Football Championship. Kildare make the trip to Tullamore to play reigning All-Ireland champions Offaly at half-six. While theres a half-seven start for the meeting of Dublin and Meath at Parnell Park.

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