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Antrim maintain their unbeaten run, Louth secure a final date against the Saffrons while there also wins for Carlow and London in Division 4 of the Allianz Football League.
Antrim leaked an early goal, but quickly got on top as the visitors claimed a 2-13 to 1-12 win over Wicklow in Aughrim Both sides were goal-hungry early on, and after six minutes the score stood at a goal apiece, with Gary Allen netting his second goal in as many games.
But Carlow finished with points from Foley and Daniel St Ledger on the way to a five-point win.
Neeson continued to impress, with Conor Murray and Mc Cann also on target, before Neeson netted Antrim’s second goal with 14 minutes remaining to ensure a 2-12 to 1-08 lead.Ben Brosnan cut through for a Wexford goal chance on the restart, but was denied after a fine block by Louth goalkeeper Craig Lynch.The visitors kept pressing with Donal Shanley and Ciaran Lyng adding points before a Brian Malone goal miss.Emlyn Mulligan (0-03) worked hard, firing two points before the break to ensure a 0-06 to 0-04 interval score-line.However, wind-assisted Carlow kept Leitrim well at bay in the second half, leaking just a goal in the closing 35 minutes.
Jane also did the challenge in memory of her mum, Mabel Salt - who lost her battle with leukaemia five year ago.