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Leinster Club Action!

This weekend also throws up two very interesting Leinster Club games. Our Senior Champions Simonstown Ladies will take on the might of Foxrock/Cabinteely in the semi-final. The game is in Simonstown and gets underway at 2.30pm. Lots of support needed out there for sure. Best of luck to all. Our second Leinster semi-final game is between St. Michaels and Naomh Ciaran of Offaly. Another tough game for the Michaels. There’s a bit of an incentive here for the girls as the final would be in Ashbourne GAA Club on November 3rd. Best of luck to all.  

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Finals Galore this weekend!

A very busy weekend once again for Meath Ladies Football. Three finals to be decided. First up is the Division 3 Minor Final between Rathkenny/Slane and near neighbours Seneschalstown. Throw in at Dunganny is 7.30pm.   Saturday sees the first of the Masita Shield competitions. This features newly crowned Junior C champions Gaeil Colmcilles and Ballivor. Also on Saturday is the Masita Junior A final. This will see Dunsany take on Moylagh. Dunsany will be looking to get themselves out of the Junior ranks after several near misses over the last few years. Moylagh on the other hand have not […]

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New kids on the block!

  Masita Meath Ladies Senior Final Venue: Donaghmore/Ashbourne GAA club October 13th 2018 Simonstown 6-13 Seneschalstown 0-12 Referee: Paul Mooney Scríobh Mickí  McGabhann as Tír Conaill faoi Rotha Mòr an tSaoil. McGowan wrote a classic about the wheels of life always turning. A year ago Simonstown men were Meath senior champions, Dunboyne Ladies started their All Ireland quest. A year later Dunboyne men’s team are in the county final and Simonstown ladies are Meath champions. Ten years ago this weekend Dunboyne U14s defeated Simonstown girls in a wet Skryne day. This Saturday nine of that defeated Simonstown girls supped at […]

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Classy Act by Tones!

  What a fantastic gesture on all sides! This is an email from St. Pats to Wolfe Tones after their Junior B Final on Sunday! After the final whistle there was just the single point between the teams and as devastated as Wolfe Tones were after the loss they still formed a guard of honour as the St. Pats team left the pitch. ”On behalf of St Pats Ladies Myself Damien, Martin and Darragh would like to thank and complement the Wolfe Tones ladies who formed a guard of Honour and clapped our team off the pitch on Sunday. It […]

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Senior Champ Final

The Masita Meath Ladies Senior Championship Final takes place on Saturday October 13th in Ashbourne GAA Club. Throw in there is 4pm. Seneschalstown v Simonstown Simonstown Ladies have been hovering for the last couple of years and narrowly missed out in 2017 on a semi-final spot. Seneschalstown on the other hand struggled to stay up in the senior ranks but they narrowly missed the drop to Intermediate. On to 2018 and Simonstown have been solid both in attack and defence all year in both league and championship. It is no surprise to anyone that the NSB girls are in their […]

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Senior Semis

Meanwhile another feast of football was taking place in Bective where the Masita Ladies Senior semi finals took place earlier on Saturday. A well drilled and superb Simonstown ran out convincing winners against old rivals Boardsmill. The final score was Simonstown 1-19 Boardsmill 1-4. From 1 to 15 plus subs used this was the Navan girls day. The Cassidy sisters were the Three Degrees as they spun their magic in the sunshine. Strength combined with skill was their calling cards. Niamh Lister led from the centre, spraying out lasses, surging runs and disrupting any fight back by the Boardsmill Ladies. […]

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Intermediate Final 2018

Masita Meath Ladies Intermediate Ladies Final. Venue: Skryne Saturday October 6th 2018. Half time: Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0 – 03 – St. Michaels 1 – 04 Full time: Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0 – 08 – St. Michaels 2 – 07 Referee: Paul Brogan Sunny Skryne, heartbreak for the second year running for the girls for the Donaghmore/Ashbourne side. Finals are for winners, the losers can only silently curse the if’s, the what nots. This game hit the ground running. Ashbourne Captain Aoife O’Rourke led by example, winning her early duels and driving forward. However St. Michaels weren’t there to make up the numbers. O’Rourke’s […]

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A Day at the Races!

  Please find attached a poster for the Meath Ladies Race Day which is on in Navan Racecourse on Sunday Oct 14th. Clubs County Board reps have communicated to all Clubs the planned fundraising event with all the funds raised to be used to continue to support the development of Meath Ladies at all age groups and invest in the future growth.   Key focus areas: The development of our own facilities. The continued development of our Club & County Players The development of all of our club coaches and ongoing support and provision of workshops. Build on the success of the U13, 15 & […]

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Junior B & C Finals

This weekend also see the Masita Junior B & C finals taking place. Both finals are in Dunshaughlin GAA Club on Sunday October 7th. The Junior C final will see Gaeil Colmcille take on St. Colmcilles B in what promises to be a very entertaining game as both teams have done well all through the championship rounds. The game will throw in at 3pm. The Junior B Final should be a cracker of a game as both these teams have been around a while now and are eager to get out of the B Championship! Another game that will go […]

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Senior Champ Semis

  Masita Senior Championship Semi-Finals take place on Saturday October 6th. First up is the clash of Boardsmill and Simonstown. This promises to be a cracker. The final round of the championship was played at the weekend with Boardsmill getting over the line by just a solitary point. Anyone’s guess who will come out on top this time round. Both sides will need to be on top of their game. Boardsmill will want to put the defeat of last years final well and truly to bed whereas Simonstown are keen to reach their first ever Senior Championship Final.     The […]

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