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Fechins are crowned Intermediate Champions

St. Fechins Ladies made it two in a row yesterday
by defeating St Patricks Ladies GFC in the Louth Intermediate
Final yesterday, thus adding to their title of Junior
Champions in 2003. This was a great win for the Drogheda
side captained by Liz McCormack. St. Fechins were
leaders at half time, however St. Pats put up a good
fight in the second half and came within two points
of victory.

Congratulations to Lee McEvoy who received player
of the match and continued success to St. Fechins
in the Intermediate Leinster Championship.

Other News:

Stabannon – Meanwhile Stabannon Ladies will welcome
back Kim and Tara Lynch this week who have been in
Greece for the Summer, no doubt having a good time
in the sun, sand and sea.

Newtown Blues – Congratulations to Vikki McGinn who
was awarded player of the match in the Junior Final
when Newtown Blues overcame a very surprising side
St. Mary’s. Vikki who plays football for the County
and for Newtown Blues was a well deserved winner on
the day. Best wishes to Newtown Blues in the Leinster
Intermediate Championship.

St. Mary’s – St Mary’s proved to be an impressive
side this being their first year in Junior football
in Louth and we have no doubt that this team, particularly
with players such as Lorraine Burns and Joanne Cunningham,
will go far in the next sporting year in Louth.

Noamh Malachi – Best wishes to Naomh Malachi who this
Sunday represent Louth in the first round of the Senior
Leinster Championship. Naomh Malachi won the Louth
Senior County Championship by defeating Cooley Kickhams
for the second year in a row. Congratulations to Sharon
Drumgoole who received player of the match and best
wishes to Naomh Malachi in the Leinster Championship.

St. Vincents – St. Vincents formed a club this year
for the first time and are based in Louth Village.
St. Vincents have begun at underage level and this
year are proving to be a strong side at both U12 and
U14 levels. Congratulations to the U12 team and their
mentors as they won the U12 championship and best
wishes to both the U14 and U16 teams in the forthcoming

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