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Harrington scores 3 7 as Kilbrittain crowned South West U21 C champions

Monday, 5th May, 2014 9:35am
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Harrington scores 3 7 as Kilbrittain crowned South West U21 C champions

John Corcoran, chairman of the South West Board, presents the Tim Cronin Cup to Declan Harrington, captain of the Kilbrittain team, after their victory over St James in the Clona Milk U21 C football championship final at Ballinascarthy on Sunday.

KILBRITTAIN captain Declan Harrington scored a magnificent 3-7 as the black and amber men won the South West U21 C football championship final against St James, 3-12 to 1-7, on Sunday in Ballinascarthy.

Harrington’s first goal late in the opening half gave the winners a 1-6 to 0-2 lead. His second goal in the 41st minute moved the winners 2-9 to 0-3 ahead, before he added his third goal late on.

Kilbrittain manager Noel Griffin said: ‘Today was the day when everybody clicked. While ultimately we are a hurling club the football potential is there. You saw how we ran St Colum’s close last week. So now the aim is to bring these young lads through and merge successfully with the junior side.’

For a full report and reaction don’t miss this Thursday’s Southern Star.