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Bandon and Ibane Gaels advance to West Cork U21B football final

March 28th, 2016 10:04 AM

By Kieran McCarthy

Ibane Gaels' Eoin Lawton is held by Kilmacabea's Martin Collins during the Clona Milk U21 B football championship semi-final at Rosscarbery on Saturday.

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BANDON and Ibane Gaels will meet in the South West U21B football championship final.

Bandon, who regraded from ‘A’ this season, were too strong for Clann na nGael in their semi-final on Saturday, as they won 1-15 to 2-4. Despite the concession of two first-half goals, Bandon impressed as they led 1-7 to 2-2 at the interval and they kicked on in the second half, as the Scorchers failed to score in a 34-minute period.

Adam Murphy scored 1-5 for the winners, Mark O’Regan added 0-4 (3f) and Paul Lang chipped in with 0-3 as they powered past the finishing line to setup a final with Ibane Gaels, who defeated Kilmacabea in their semi-final on Saturday, 0-10 to 0-8. The scores were tied at the break, 0-5 apiece, but Ibane kicked on in the second half and scored two late points, through David Kiely and Jack Cahalane, to win.

DON’T MISS THURSDAY’S SOUTHERN STAR FOR U21B SEMI-FINAL REPORTS, REACTION AND A SW U21B FINAL PREVIEW

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