Dublin beat Meath in shootout to book O’Byrne Cup final place Dublin beat Meath in shootout to book O’Byrne Cup final place
The All-Ireland champions won 3-1 on penalties after the game was level after 70 minutes Dublin beat Meath in shootout to book O’Byrne Cup final place
Danielle O’Leary and Maddie Ganser tilt Cork derby Brunell’s way

Dublin will compete for even more silverware when they take on Westmeath in the O’Byrne Cup final after defeating rivals Meath in a penalty shootout.

The game finished level 1-12 apiece at the end of 70 minutes but the All-Ireland champions, managed for the night by Paul Clake, secured a final berth with the shootout win.

This was the second shootout in as many weeks after Mayo beat Leitrim 4-1 after their FBD League clash ended level last Sunday.

Minus a whole host of regular names, Ryan Basquel top-scored for the winners for the winners with 0-4.

Robert McDaid of Ballyboden St-Enda’s got their goal in regular time, while Graham Reilly raised Meath’s in the first half.

Dublin go into the final against an in-form Westmeath outfit, who impressed in their 12-point win over Longford on Saturday afternoon.

Oisín Lynch of Dublin scores a penalty against Barry Dardis of Meath during the Bord na Mona O’Byrne Cup semi-final match between Dublin and Meath at Parnell Park in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Danielle O’Leary and Maddie Ganser tilt Cork derby Brunell’s way