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Ulster 3-11 Munster 1-15

Updated: Monday, 27 Feb 2012 10:35

Ulster's Mark Poland, Brendan McVeigh and Benny Coulter with the trophy
Ulster's Mark Poland, Brendan McVeigh and Benny Coulter with the trophy

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Ulster won the Interprovincial football final on Sunday as a late Neil McGee goal helped see off Munster in at the Morgan Athletic Grounds.

McGee’s strike two minutes from time swung the game in Ulster’s favour as a David Tubridy inspired Munster tried to hold on for the victory.

Mark Poland and Peter Harte also found the net for the home side, while Tubridy contributed eight points for Munster before McGee had the final say.

Scorers - Ulster: M Poland 1-01, P Harte, N McGee 1-00 each, O Mulligan 0-04 (1f), D Hughes 0-03 (2 ’45), M Penrose 0-02 (1f), D Gordon 0-01.

Munster: R Donnelly 1-00, D Tubridy 0-08 (3f, 1 ’45), P Kerrigan 0-03, P Kelly, G Hurney (1f) 0-02 each.