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Athlone CC reach Leinster Colleges quarter final

Wednesday, 23rd January, 2013 3:35pm

Story by Tom Kelly
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Athlone CC reach Leinster Colleges quarter final
Athlone CC reach Leinster Colleges quarter final

Athlone Community College overcome the Salesian College, Celbridge, in Round 2 of the Leinster Colleges senior football championship today (Wednesday).

The local side travelled to Celbridge today in hopeful mood having overcome Athy in the previous round, conceding only one point in the process.

ACC were impressive in defeating the Kildare side today by 1-8 to 0-4.

Two other local sides, Marist College and Moate, face away trips on Friday, the former to Mullingar to take on Colaiste Mhuire and the latter must tackle St Pat's of Navan in the Meath capital town.

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