Derry well beaten in All-Ireland Minor Final

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By Richard O'Reilly

Derry found themselves humbled by Kerry, as the Kingdom cruised to a fourth All-Ireland Minor title in a row.

Rising Kerry star David Clifford scored four goals as the Munster side ran out 6-17 to 1-08 winners in Sunday's final.

The Oakleafers went into the game as underdogs and were always up against it, with the first Kerry goal coming seconds after the throw in.

Kerry held a dominant lead at the interval, with the Ulster side trailing by 12 points, 3-08 to 0-05.

Derry's only goal came via a second half Paddy Quigg penalty.

Boss Damian McErlain was in charge of the minors for the final time, with the Magherafelt man set to take over the senior side.

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