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Meath Turn On The Style With Three Incredible Goals In Roscommon Win

Meath Turn On The Style With Three Incredible Goals In Roscommon Win
By Gary Connaughton

Meath have defeated Roscommon to reachLadies All-Ireland Intermediate final, turning on the style to net three fantastic goals.

The Leinster side got off to a perfect start in the game, with a fantastic team move finished by a cracking first time strike from Fiona O'Neill.

They were in full flow for their second goal a few minutes later, with Orla Byrne the scorer after another fantastic team move.

Their third goal was a penalty from Emma Duggan, before yet another cracker later in the half.

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This time it was Vikki Wall who got it, and it was a hell of a finish after a strong solo run. Take a look at this one:

These goals ultimately put an end to Roscommon's challenge, with the game finishing with a scoreline of 4-20 to 1-12.

Meath will now face Tipperary in the decider, who dispatched of Sligo earlier in the day.

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SEE ALSO: 'It Is The First All-Ireland Final I Don't Want To Watch Or Know The Winner'

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