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Dunboyne dynamos go with the flow

In the under 10 e-Flow cup final Dunboyne were just a little too strong for a brave Swords Celtic.

Goals from Simon Cunningham (2) and Caelan Johnson had Dunboyne three up early in the second half until Jack Doyle scored a consolation goal for Swords, making the final result 3-1.

In the under 10 Olhausen cup final, one goal was enough for Maynooth to see off Howth Celtic.

Cian Joyce-Thomas was the hero with the goal on the day.

Maynooth also contested the under 10 Wright's cup final.

The double looked on when Adam Dunne put them a goal up.

Finglas Celtic fought back to win it 3-1 though, courtesy of goals from Daniel Smithers, who scored two and Calvin Buckley's solo effort.

On the main pitch Malahide went in two goals down to East Meath United in the Ken McKay under 16 decider.

Max Ibeto and George Poynton were the scorers.

The 'seasiders' fought back in the second period however but Brian Gillan's goal wasn't enough to see off the East Meath outfit.

There was an exciting finish to the final game of the day, the Mary Farrell under 17 decider between Kinnegad Juniors and Swords Manor.

Toye Santos' early strike held up until Brendan Keaveney equalised with minutes remaining.

James White though came up with an injury-time winner for Swords.