It was two games in two days for Slane before the Easter break and the players showed no tiredness from the game the day before. They were quick out of the blocks with scores from Josh Smith, Kevin Hevey and Tadhg Martyn in the early stages and led well at half time. Scoil Naomh Eoin were much improved in the second half, which was a close contest. There were fine scores from Braydon Colfer, Hugh O’Donnell and Ethan Harding in the second half and very good performances from Cormac Dunne, Ryan Weldon, Paschal Ayres, Kevin O’Neill and Lorcan Smyth outfield. Slane have now made it three wins from three to date in the competition.
Lorcan Smyth; Ben Mc Donagh; Daniel O’Neill; Michael Leavey; Kevin Hevey (0-01); Josh Smith (0-01); Tadhg Martyn (0-02); Matthew Kealy (0-04); Senan Duffy; Alex Devin (0-01); Oisín Mooney (2-01); Altay Guneyer (0-01); Adam O’Sullivan (1-02). Subs all played- Ethan Harding (1-00); Braydon Colfer (0-03); Cormac Dunne; Paschal Ayres; Kevin O’Neill; Ryan Weldon and Hugh O’Donnell (0-01).