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Connacht and Ulster to meet in Interpro final

Updated: Sunday, 16 Feb 2014 19:45 | Comments

Peter Harte scored a decisive goal for Ulster
Peter Harte scored a decisive goal for Ulster

Connacht and Ulster will meet in the M Donnelly GAA Football Interprovincial Championship final after wins over Munster and Leinster.

Ulster required extra-time in Navan to overcome the challenge of Luke Dempsey’s Leinster.

The sides were level at half-time and full-time but a late goal from Tyrone’s Peter Harte in extra-time saw Joe Kernan’s side claim the victory, 2-26 to 3-21.

In Tuam, Roscommon’s Cathal Cregg (1-07) was the talisman as Connacht fought back from seven points behind in the first half to run out 3-19 to 2-16 winners over Munster.

John Tobin’s side will now meet Ulster in the final on 23 February. 

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