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Video: Bonagee United defeat Cappry Rovers in Under-14 Champions League final

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BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT ST PATRICK’S PARK

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JACK O’Donnell and Finnian O’Donnell scored a goal in each half as Bonagee United roard to Under-14 Champions League glory in Drumkeen on Saturday afternoon.

Jack O’Donnell fired them into a 17th minute lead, but it wasn’t until Finnian O’Donnell’s second goal, five minutes from the end, that the silverware was sealed.

Bonagee didn’t have it all their own way and Cappry saw Odhrán McGlynn’s stunning shot from distance whack the crossbar in the second half.

But it was Bonagee, managed by Brendan Carolan, James O’Brien and Ray Murphy, who sealed the title.

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Bonagee United players celebrate their win over Cappry Rovers

Bonagee United players celebrate their win over Cappry Rovers

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