Westmeath SFC: Coralstown Kinnegad Have Too Much For Caulry

Hear from both camps after the county's second semi-final over the weekend.

Coralstown/Kinnegad booked their place in a senior county final for the first time since 1998 yesterday with a resounding victory over Caulry in Mullingar.

Jack Cooney and Paschal Kelleghan's side made a decisive move midway through the first half, to push a two point gap out to a six point lead at the break.

Caulry fought back in the second period but never caught their opponents who won on a final scoreline of 1-8 to 0-6.

After the game Coralstown/Kinnegad joint-manager Manager Jack Cooney told Gerry Russell he's just relieved to be in a county final:

The other half of their coaching ticket, Paschal Kelleghan tells Gerry their opposition were a real test:

On the losing side, Caulry's manager Shane Curran says he can have no qualms with the result, or with his players' efforts:

In the county's other semi-final, St Loman's Mullingar ran out easy winners over a disappointing Tyrrellspass where it finished 2-13 to 0-5.

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