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Charlestown captures All-Ireland schools' crown

Wednesday, 16th March, 2016 4:19pm
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Charlestown captures All-Ireland schools' crown

St. Joseph's Community School, Charlestown. . .All-Ireland Post Primary champions

Charlestown captures All-Ireland schools' crown

St. Joseph's Community School, Charlestown. . .All-Ireland Post Primary champions

SAINT Joseph's Community School, Charlestown, has lifted the All-Ireland Post Primary D title with a 1-13 to 2-7 victory over Gaelcholaiste Reachnann, Dublin, at Longford this afternoon. 

The star of the show was Keelan Horkan who scored 1-8 for the east Mayo side as they produced a thrilling second half display to overturn a two-point deficit at half-time.

There were memorable scenes of delight as the cup was presented to the Charlestown players and the victorious squad will be guests of honour at the St. Patrick's Day Parade in the town tomorrow.

Congratulations to everybody concerned. 

St. Joseph's, Charlestown: Declan Forkan, Eoin Beirne, Eoin Kelly, Aiden Hopkins, Conor Dunleavy, Conor O'Donoghue, Conor O'Toole, Thomas Holton, Kieran Sweeney, Keelan Horkan, Cathal Horan, Matthew Lenehan, Padraig Duffy, Cian Craig, Cian McCudden.

Subs: Patrick Goldrick, Sean Dunleavy, Gary Horan and John Drudy.

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