Longford junior champions Kenagh beat Berlin in the Leinster Club Championship

Quarter-final clash at home to the Kildare champions on Saturday 9 November

Leader Reporter


Leader Reporter



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Berlin player Arthur O'Sullivan in a battle for the ball against Kenagh opponent Shane Doyle. Action from the Leinster Club Junior Football Championship first round. Photo: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

Three goals in the first half sent Kenagh on their way to a comprehensive win over the Europe senior champions Berlin in the Leinster Club Junior Football Championship first round game played at the GAA Centre of Excellence, Abbotstown, Dublin on Saturday. 

Kenagh . . . 3-15      Berlin (Europe) . . . 3-5 

The Longford Junior champions eventually beat Berlin by the wide margin of ten points and Kenagh (managed by Enda McGann) can now look forward to a quarter-final clash against the Kildare junior champions Ballymore Eustace at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park on Saturday 9 November.

Kenagh built up a commanding advantage in the first half to lead by 3-7 to 1-4 at the break and there was no way back for Berlin.