MEATH MINORS GET THEIR 2020 SEASON UP AND RUNNING ON VALENTINES NIGHT. 💚💛💚💛 Friday February 14th see our Minor team step out at home. they will be hoping to retaining the coveted Leinster Minor Championship Title that they won back in 2019. Our first game in the series see the girls take on the ‘Auld Enemy’ Dublin at home. This is the first outing of the year and the teams manager Fergal Lynch and his backroom team will be looking for a good squad performance and a win to get their campaign up and running, but it is a derby game […]
MEATH DOUBLE HEADER Great excitement this weekend when Pairc Tailteann will host a double header. First up is the Lidl Ireland Division 2 NFL round 3 clash between Meath LGFA and Monaghan Ladies Gaelic The game will throw in at the earlier time of 11.45am. This will be followed at 2pm by the Meath GAA v Mayo GAA game in the Allianze NFL Division 1 fixture. The very best of luck to both teams! Many thanks to all who have made this double header possible and let’s make it a day to remember for both Royal teams. Tickets are available from the […]
Yes everyone it’s that time of the year again! Sunday sees the start of the LIDL National Football League. It has been a while since the Royals played in Division 2 of the league and it will be tough going there’s no doubt about that. Teams the calibre of Monaghan, Kerry, Wexford and Armagh to name but a few are going to be hard to overcome! In round 1 the Meath girls take on Tyrone in what is sure to be a keenly contested game. The last time the sides met in the league it was Tyrone who ran out […]
Meath Ladies would like to announce our new sponsorship deal with one of Meaths most iconic company’s with a great tradition in Gaelic Games, KEPAK, and also the launch of our new jersey and kit from designer Masita Ireland. Kepak Group, a leading Irish food company, has today announced a significant sponsorship deal with Meath Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) until the end of the 2022 season. Headquartered in Clonee, Co. Meath, Kepak has been active in the local community since the foundation of the company in 1981. This sponsorship represents a new phase for Kepak’s strong history with Gaelic games […]
And so the last of the individual Club player awards. This is one of the most sought after awards of the night! The nominees are: Shelly Melia – Dunboyne Kelsey Nesbitt – Simonstown Claire Coffey – Na Fianna Find out who the Senior Club Player of the Year is on Saturday night in the Newgrange Hotel. Best of luck one and all!
One of the most exciting awards of the night is always the Rising Star. These girls are the future of Meath Ladies Football in both Club and County. The nominees for this category are: Ciara Blake – Navan O’Mahonys Emma Jane McKeon – Gaeil Colmcille Ciara Smyth – Skryne The very best of luck to all three girls. What a magnificent achievement.
Today we continue with the Junior A Club Player of the Year. Once again the very best of luck to all the Nominees. The following players were nominated in the Junior A competition: Aideen Smith – Moynalvey Amy O’Dowd – Skryne Ailbhe Leahy – Navan O’Mahonys Aideen Smith – Moynalvey Amy O’Dowd – Skryne Ailbhe Leahy – Navan O’Mahonys We would like to wish all the girls the very best of luck.
Moving on to the Intermediate Club Player of the Championship! The Nominees are: Sophia Payne – Summerhill Aoibhin Cleary – Donaghmore/Ashbourne Meadhbh Byrne – Royal Gaels The very best of luck to all the players Sophia Payne – Summerhill Aoibhin Cleary – Donaghmore/Ashbourne Meadhbh Byrne – Royal Gaels