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Classy Coolkenno on fire in Wicklow LGFA Division 3 Féile finals

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Some cracking battles in Ballinakill

The Coolkenno team that took part in the LGFA Division 3 Feile finals in Ballinakill.

The Ashford team in Ballinakill.

The Clan na Gael team in Ballinakill on Sunday afternoon.

Clara’s Holly Byrne gets her hair ready for the game against Ashford.

The Clara team that took part in the LGFA Division 3 Féile finals at Ballinakill.

Ashford’s Aibhinn Doyle is watched by Clan na Gael’s Millie Free.

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The talented footballers of Coolkenno came through a busy and entertaining day of football in Ballinakill to be crowned Division 3 champions of a wonderful Wicklow LGFA Féile.

Four clubs descended on Ballinakill to do battle for this title with some cracking, high-scoring clashes unfolding over the next few hours.

Coolkenno got their campaign up and running with a 1-3 to 0-1 win over Clan na Gael.

Clara enjoyed a 5-2 to 3-1 victory over Clan na Gael in their second game while Coolkenno’s threat was there for all to see when they came out on top of the Clara girls by 3-3 to 1-4.

Ashford got off to a winning start by edging past Clan na Gael by 3-1 to 2-2 and they followed that up with a cracking 6-2 to 3-2 win over Clara.

These results sent the Coolkenno girls on a collision course with Ashford and after a pulsating decider it was the Carlow border side who emerged as champions on a score of 2-6 to 2-1.

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