Moynalty, Kilmainhamwood and Slane are all safely through to the last four of the Coolrite sponsored Junior B Football Championship but who will be the last team to join them? Cortown and Boardsmill meet this evening in Athboy with the winners progressing to play Moynalty in Thursday evening’s semi-final.
The game is all ticket and are priced as follows.
Coolrite JBFC Quarter Final
- Adult – €15
- Student/OAP – €10
- U-16’s – Free of Charge when accompanied by an adult
Tickets for all games can be purchased via the Meath GAA App which can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store.
Cortown showed good form in the group stage of the competition when winning four of their five games, the sole loss coming at the hands of Kilmainhamwood who went on to top the group with an unblemished record. They rounded off their campaign with a defeat of keen rivals Drumconrath last weekend to copper-fasten second place in the group and despite being short once more this weekend will come into the quarter final confident of securing a place in Thursday’s semi-final.
Boardmsill on the other hand are coming into this encounter off the back of heavy losses to Slane and Moynalty respectively in Rounds 3 and 4 which will surely have left confidence levels deflated. How they bounce back from these disappointing performances will be crucial but in Danny Dixon they have one of the best performers at this level in the county.
On form it will be a Moynalty v Cortown semi-final but there is always the potential for a kick in Boardsmill and if they can rouse themselves then anything is possible.
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