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Ballinasloe look ahead to Croker showdown

Tuesday, 12th February, 2013 4:00pm

Story by Tom Kelly
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Ballinasloe look ahead to Croker showdown
Ballinasloe look ahead to Croker showdown

Ballinasloe will take-on Kenmare Shamrocks in the All-Ireland JFC final at Croke Park on February 24, after the Kerry outfit finally saw-off the challenge of Castleknock in their semi-final meeting.

Kenmare, who had full-forward Paul O'Connor register 1-8 in last weekend's second replay with Castleknock, will provide stiff opposition to Ballinasloe, who themselves recently beat Port Mor (Armagh) in their last-four encounter.

The game is due to begin at 2pm in Headquarters and acts as a curtain-raiser to the All-Ireland Club IFC final, the protagonists of which are not yet decided, at 3.45pm.

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