Conway should have goaled after being put through by Callaghan but blasted over. Further scores from Darryl Flynn, Hugh McGrillen and Callaghan gave the visitors an advantage they deserved.
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Kildare finished the half strongly though, with points from O'Flaherty clearly enjoying his return to the attck and Callaghan to lead at half time, 0 8 to 0 6.
The big Seneschalstown man had had a couple of touches, with mixed results, but his third was very significant, as Bray's attempt at a point dropped short. Sheridan gathered possession and retained his composure well to place Gilsenan, who rocketed a low shot to the Kildare net in the 48th minute.
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Meath began to wrest some control and given that Cian Ward and Paddy Gilsenan had been troubling Mick Foley and Andri Mac Lochlainn on a lesser supply, it was no surprise that the hosts clawed themselves back level thanks to Shane McAnarney, O'Connor and Stephen Bray.
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The scores were coming thick and fast now though as the game opened up and Meath were definitely in a period of ascendancy.
Over and back they went, before two massive points by O'Neill and Morgan O'Flaherty pushed Kildare two clear again.
in the 72nd minute and had the presence of mind to fist over, even though he might have been tempted by the outstanding goal opportunity.
Meath: D Gallagher; M Burke, K Reilly, B Menton; G O'Brien, S McAnarney, C McGuinness; B Meade, M Ward; S Kenny, G Reilly, C O'Connor; S Bray, C Ward,. S Bray. Subs: D Tobin for O'Brien (25); J Sheridan for C Ward (38); T Walsh for McGuinnes (48); C King for Meade (48); G Geraghty for Reilly (67)
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Kildare started strongly but once again, spurned a couple of good opportunities before Toms O'Connor got them off the mark with a fisted point, after Chris O'Connor got a block on Mikey Conway's goal bound shot.
Eoghan O'Flaherty followed up with a pointed free before Micky Burke, took a momentary break from his man marking duties on Eamonn Callaghan to raid forward and open the scoring for Meath in the ninth minute.
It was more of the same after the resumption, as a Bray brace had the sides level within a couple of minutes, the first a brilliant effort from play.
By this stage, Joe Sheridan had come on, for the presumably injured Ward, and the delivery became more direct.
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But Kildare rolled up their sleeves once more, the excellent O'Flaherty brushing off a missed Nike Lebron 11 Everglades Grade School free to capitalise on good work by Padraig O'Neill and launch a fine score from 42m. O'Neill followed up with a point from a similar distance and when O'Flaherty converted a free, there were three points between the sides.
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Once more Walsh made a big play though, putting fellow sub Donnacha Tobin through for a 64th minute goal. Subs: P Kelly for Foley (34); R Sweeney for Flynn (41); A Smith for Kavanagh (52); C Fitzpatrick for Mac Lochlainn (56); K Ennis for Doyle (67)
Tom Walsh put Meath in front for the first time in the game almost immediately afterwards, and just a matter of seconds after his introduction but an O'Flaherty free restored parity once again.
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Gilsenan restored Meath's lead but the return should have been a goal rather than a point, as the Royals had a two on one situation but the Oldcastle attacker blazed over.
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