TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship – Round 1 Meath v Fermanagh St. Tiernach’s Park – Clones Sunday July 15th Half time: Meath 6 – 12 – Fermanagh 1 – 02 Full time: Meath 11 – 24 – Fermanagh 2 – 06 Meath Ladies still smarting from their Leinster quarter final defeat to Wicklow arrived in Clones with a point to prove and prove it they did. Many speculated that the Meath scoring machine of the early rounds of the league had been silenced! But in true Meath form the girls upped the ante and went on to amass a huge […]
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY – TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship – Round 1 – July 15th – Clones – 2pm Make sure to keep the 15th free as the Ladies embark on what hopes to be another adventure. They will take on Ulster Championship semi finalists Fermanagh in Clones. #properfan #unityisstrength
The following are the Masita Meath Ladies Championship Fixtures for the coming week. Please note that the Senior, Intermediate and Junior A Championship will be played on Wednesday July 4th. The Junior B and C will be played over the course of the next few day.
The Masita Meath Ladies Championships resume on Wednesday next July 4th. With this in mind can all clubs please send in their confirmed times and venues to both the Fixtures Secretary, Group Coordinator, Referee Coordinator and the County PRO as soon as the fixtures are sorted. Please DO NOT send in details the night before or the day of the game as the details will not be published. All fixtures (for the most part) should be known a few days in advance. Best of luck to everyone as the games resume.
Meath Minors travelled to a cold, wet, windy and totally miserable Knockbridge in Louth on Sunday confident after their victory over Wexford during the week. The forecast for the day was rain, rain and more rain. It didn’t disappoint! Both teams turned out for their warm ups. It was getting increasingly doubtful whether the game would go ahead as the pitch was just short of being flooded.
Let’s start at the end. When the final whistle blew both sets of supporters gave a generous round of applause. It was that type of match, honest, fiercely contested with no quarter given nor asked. Let’s be clear here. The intensity in ladies football sir, is as intense as any man’s game. Decades of playing and more watching, confirmed that to me. Now back to the start.
Mol an óige agus tiochfaidh siad”* goes the Irish sean fhocal and in a sunny Dunganny Saturday afternoon never was the adage more appropriate. Two fine U14 teams came to do battle. Both sides brought the requisites we demand, traits such as honesty, energy and endeavor. Throw in a dollop of skill and the ingredients for a cracker was in place. Longford from the throw in meant business.