*Shane Browne kicked 2-4 for the winners. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

WESTERN GAELS had seven points to spare over Parteen/Meelick to book their place in the U21B football final.

Western Gaels 2-8
Parteen/Meelick 1-4
Venue: Shanahan McNamara Memorial Park, Doonbeg

Western Gaels (Naomh Eoin, O’Currys and St. Senans, Kilkee) qualified for the U21 B football championship final when they accounted for Parteen/Meelick at Shanahan McNamara Park in Doonbeg on Sunday afternoon.

While the Peninsula outfit were deserving of victory, the game was much closer than the final scoreline suggests.

A goal from Shane Browne helped the winners to lead at half time on a score of 1-4 to 0-3.

Browne was also his side’s second half goalscorer while Parteen-Meelick had their goal from Eoghan O’Connell.

Western Gaels; Eoin Daly (Naomh Eoin); Cian McInerney (St. Senans), Dara O’Shea (St Senans); Jonathan Clancy (O’Currys); Paddy Clancy (O’Currys), Adam Haugh (Naomh Eoin), Kevin Roche (Naomh Eoin) Jack MacNamara (St. Senans); Dara Keane (O’Currys) 0-1; Adam Foley (Naomh Eoin), Shane Browne (O’Currys) 2-4, Fergal Keane (Naomh Eoin); Fionn Doherty (Naomh Eoin) 0-3, Eoin Kelly (O’Currys), Daniel McNamara (St. Senans)

Subs: Ciaran Bonfil (Naomh Eoin) for K. Roche; Robbie Troy (St. Senans) for A. Foley.

Parteen/Meelick; Mark O’Brien; Cian McLoughlin, Darragh McGleenon, Ruairi Lane; Eoghan O’Connell (1-0), Donal Kenny, Senan Quinn; Tom Collins (0-1), Daniel Cooney; Dara Nolan, Sean Connolly (0-1), David O’Regan (0-1); Conor McGuane, Cian Noonan, James Connolly(0-1)

Subs: Darragh Mc Dermott for Conor McGuane; Kieran O’Brien for James Connolly; Jonathan Moloney for Cian McLoughlin

Referee: Barry Kelly (St Joseph’s Miltown)

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