Meath make it 2 wins from 2 outings

Meath 2-15 Louth 0-5
Meath ran out convincing winners over Louth in Rd.2 of the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played in Ballinlough this morning (9 July 2016).  All the heavy rain made conditions difficult at times. Meath had points from Jordan Morris ( 0-2,1f) and Colm Doherty before Ulatan McEneany got Louth’s first score from a free.A Meath point had them leading by 3 points.

Louth  had their best period in the game and reduced the arrears to a single point. Indeed they had a couple of goal opportunities, but failed to take advantage of them. When Nathan Dunne finished a great move from Shane Walsh to the Louth net,  Louth knew they faced an uphill battle. Meath went on to lead at the break by 7 points.
H/T: Meath 1-7 Louth 0-3
Points were exchanged twice before Jordan Morris got Meath’s second goal to leave the score 2-9 to 0-5. It was all Meath from then on adding 6 unanswered points  and also had the same number of wides during this time.
Meath’s Shane Walsh was awarded the ‘Man of the match’ trophy

Scorers for Meath: Jordan Morris (1-3), Shane Walsh (0-5), Nathan Dunne (1-1), Colm Doherty & Craig Munnelly 0-2 each, Fergal Waters and Peter Martyn 0-1 each
Scorers for Louth: Shane Meade 0-2, Shane Mathews, Tristan Knowles and Ultan McEneany 0-1 each

Meath: Keith Hennessy, Dylan Garrigan, Eimhin Power, Sean Ryan, Sean Bannon, Adam Muldoon, Conal Courtney, Colm Doherty, Fergal Waters, Patrick Matthews, Shane Walsh, Paddy Mc Dermott, Nathan Dunne, Jordan Morris, Patrick O’Connor
Subs used: Eoin Martin, Barry O’Connell, Liam Byrne, Ronan O’Leary, Craig Munnelly, Peter Martyn

Louth: Cody O’Neill, Alex Finnigan, Eoin McKenna, Sean Faulkner, Alan Connor, Dan Corcoran, Andrew Bingham, Gerry Curran, Joe Mulholland, Tristan Knowles, Flynn Kieran, Ciaran Keenan, Shane Matthews, Ultan McEneany, Shane Meade
Subs used: Ciaran McMahon, Thomas Clarke, Darren Geoghegan, Emmett King, Craig Englishby, Gavin Gregory

Ref: Ollie Donohoe (Cavan)