The second game of the weekend sees the Minor Leinster Championship get under way on Sunday. This game is a repeat of the 2018 Leinster A final between Meath and Dublin. As is always the case with any Meath and Dublin game it is sure to be a cracker. Why not pop along to St. Margarets GAA Club on Sunday. Throw in is 2pm. Best of luck to Fergal and the management on their first outing.
Meath ladies Minors and Seniors are on the road this weekend in both the Leinster Championship and the LIDL National Football league. First up is the Senior team who make the trip to Sligo in the round 1 game that was postponed due to the weather a couple of weeks ago. The girls will be in confident mood having broken the ice against Offaly on Sunday in what was a great run out for both girls and management. No doubt Eamon Murray and his charges will be keen to get a second win under their belt. The game is in […]
A big day on Sunday February 10th when Meath Ladies take on Offaly in Round 2 of the LIDL NFL. A very special occasion as the Ladies game will be the curtain raiser for the Meath v Armagh Allianz Football league game. The game is in Pairc Tailteann and will throw in at the earlier time of 12 noon. Get your tickets early everyone! Supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance from Centra Ireland, SuperValu Ireland, Jack Kiernan’s or tickets.ie for €15 as those purchased on Sunday will cost €20. Please come out and show your support for […]
The Minor County Player of the Year went to Aedin Slattery of Na Fianna. Unfortunately Aedin was not able to attend the presentation. The Senior Young County Player of the Year went to Clann na nGaels Orlagh Lally. Megan Thynne picked up her second award of the evening when she was announced as Senior County Player of the Year. What a year for all three girls. Aedin Orlagh and Megan – Well done ladies!
Three of Meath Ladies Club all won their respective finals earlier in the year when the Feile bandwagon rolled into Meath. The Annual Feile na nOg was held in Meath, Louth and Down. First up is Walterstown U14 Feile team who won the Division 1 Shield Final. Not to be out done Trim also won the Division 3 Shield. St. Marys of Donore were the big winners when they took the Division 7 Cup. A fantastic feat for the clubs. All three clubs were represented at the presentation night. Pictured: Barry Moyles Trim – Sinead Greene – St. Marys Donore […]
One of Moylaghs and Meath Ladies longest serving members was recognised for his many achievements in his club and throughout the county when he was presented with Club Person of the Year. Ollie has been involved in just about every team in Moylagh throughout his career! One of Ladies footballs great characters and gentlemen! Congrats Ollie a well deserved award! He was presented with his award by Colm McManus!
One of the highlights of the night was the introduction of the 1994 All Ireland winning team. They got a rousing cheer from all in the room. It was great to have them as guests on this occasion. They were inducted into the Meath Ladies Football Hall of Fame. The cast of 1994. Back row l to r: Anne Dungan who introduced the girls, Jim Fitzsimons (selector), Derina Shaw (Rispin), Helen Matthews, Libby Dunne, Ann Marie O’Brien, Celine Nulty, Niamh McNelis, Marcella Price, Brendan Dardis (Manager), Sharon Matthews, Angela Matthews representing Richard her late husband. Richard was a selector as […]
This is by far the most competitive and difficult category of them all. There are so many talented young players out there that we could easily have picked 66 players. The eventual nominees were Meadhbh Byrne Royal Gaels, Emma Duggan Dunboyne Orla Finnegan Seneschalstown Aisling McCabe Summerhill, Zoe Matthews Rathkenny and eventual winner Nicole Smith of Oldcastle. All of the girls had outstanding year both at club and county level. They are a credit to themselves, their families, clubs and county. With any luck we will see them back in the future as part of an all Ireland winning team. […]
One of the toughest categories to win! All players once again were given the votes of the opposition managers in every round of the championship! Joanna Byrne Oldcastle, Stacey Grimes Seneschalstown and Jackie Shiels Simonstown. Stacey ran out the winner but it was a very close run group! Stacey with her award