The northern team was Galmoy. Clogh. 2 Laois teams were invited to take part Cullahill and St Brigets Monavea made up the north
The southern team was made up with Goresbridge. Windgap. Kilfane and Kells. Windgap were winners in the southern group.
The earlier rounds produced some great contests there was great rivalry between the players. This was a great competition giving players the opportunity to test out their skills.
The top team in each group would contest the final. Group winners were Galmoy and Windgap
The final was played in O'Loughlins There was great support for both teams with a big amount of supporters travelling to cheer on their teams.
As the game progressed Gamoy raced in to a 4 point lead before Windgap registered their first point. Windgap continued on their winning ways and led 6 games to 4. Going in to the last game Galmoy needed to pull out all the stops to tie up the game a super display by Galmoy levelled the contest at 6 games each. This meant all scores were added up to separate the teams. Galmoy ended up with 81 points with the winners Windgap ended up with 88 points.
The Galmoy team of Matt Delaney, David Sherman,Daniel Hanrahan,Jay McGuire, Padraig Glendon, Jack Hanrahan, Odhran Maloney. Conor Drennan, and Billly Drennan can be proud of their achievement reaching this final was a great achievement.
The Windgap team of Sean Purcell, Adam O'Shea, Niall O'Brien, Sean Barron, Jack Doyle, Padraig Foley, Eoin O'Brien, Robert Culleton. and Sean Dunne. After a great contest Windgap emerged victorious on the night winning this keenly contested winter league.
Great credit to all the Clubs, Coaches. Parent's and Player's for supporting this League.
Also a big thanks to county juvenile officer Billy Love who was ref on the night. Trophies on the night were presented to the players by County Board Chairman Martin Lawlor.