Offaly Secure Back-To-Back U20 Leinster Titles

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Hear post-match reaction from Leo O'Connor and relive the game with the full commentary.

Offaly are back to back Leinster under 20 hurling champions after a three point win over Dublin in Portlaoise last night. 

Leo O'Connor's side started slowly in the first half, playing into a stiff breeze, but found their feet after Shane Rigney hit his third goal in two games.

Adam Screeney led the scoring with nine points while Liam Hoare made a second penalty save in as many games to ensure Offaly were able to keep Dublin at arm's length.

The final score was 1-18 to 1-15.

Offaly manager O'Connor says the players are inspired by the Faithful fans:

O'Connor and Midlands 103 commentator Joe Troy look back on an historic night:

Offaly will play either Cork or Tipperary in an All Ireland final in Nowlan Park on Saturday week.

You can relive all the action with Midlands 103's full commentary with Joe Troy and Offaly's former All Ireland winning goalkeeper Stephen Byrne here:

First Half:

Second Half:

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