LISTEN | 'It's been a super year and you can't complain really' - Roche captain Liam Dawe after Leinster loss
AIB Leinster JFC
Caoimhín Reilly, in Faithful Fields, Kilcormac
9 Nov 2019
Roche Emmets bowed out of the Leinster JFC in Offaly this afternoon.
The Louth junior kingpins saw off Shannonbridge 2-13 to 1-8 at Faithful Fields.
Afterwards, The Democrat's Caoimhín Reilly caught up with Roche captain Liam Dawe.
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