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Moylagh ladies edge Ballivor in the Championship

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22/8/14 in Moylagh at 7.30pm

Full time score – Moylagh 3-11 Ballivor 3-10

Both teams put up a very exciting battle, neck and neck at all times! There was some very entertaining football played by the ladies showing off their improved skills and fitness on a fantastic team effort. Moylagh ladies were glad to hear the final whistle as they overcame Ballivor by a point! Best of luck to both teams in the semis.


Goals – T Fox. Backs- Caoimhe Reilly, Arlene Smyth, Ruth O Keefe, Rosie Grall, Aisling Gibney and Sophie Garry. Midfield- Colette Kenny and Marie Masterson. Forwards- Gemma Galligan, Donna Garry, Donna Barkey, Sinead Gilsenan, Aoife Gibeny and Shannon Doyle.


Sorcha Grall, Anita McGivney, Suzanne Mullally, Fiona Reilly ,Naoise Gibney

Scorers- A.Gibeny 2-4 D Garry 0-4 , D Barkey 0-1, S ,S Doyle 1-1 and M Masterson 0-1.


Moylagh Blotto Returns September 8th

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Moylagh Blotto returns after it's summer break on Monday 8 September 2014 in Teddy's.

Get your tickets in for your chance to win the €5,200 jackpot!


Moylagh Stun Donaghmore Ashbourne in I.H.C

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Moylagh blew the Intermiedate Hurling group A wide open with a great team effort against hot favourites Donaghmore/Ashbourne in Dunderry on Sunday afternoon. Playing with the wind in the first half Moylagh led by a point 1-08 to 1-07 with Paddy Gilsenan getting the all important goal.

The second half started well for Moylagh and a couple of points from Willy McGrath saw the north Meath men open up a small gap.

The highlights of the game were a brilliant sideline cut from McGrath that split the posts and the saving of two penalties by Moylagh one of which was the last puck of the game. Best for Moylagh were John White, Jimmy Tuite, Paddy Gilsenan and Willy McGrath and also Ciaran Hannon in goals had a solid game.

In fairness everyone on the team stepped up to the mark and gave their all in a tough game.


Moylagh 1-13.

Donaghmore Ashbourne 1-12.

Moylagh: C Hannon, J Tuite, C Melia, J White, Phil Grall, E Boyle, C O'Shea, Paddy Grall [0-1], O Gilsenan, P Gilsenan [1-0], P Rahill [0-1], T Melia, W McGrath[0-11], S Tierney, Sean Og Doyne.

Subs used: C Grall for O Shea, N McNellis for T Melia.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 09:28

JFC. Moylagh 1-08 Bective 0-10

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Moylagh 1-08 Bective 0-10
Moylagh kept their championship hopes alive with a one point victory over Bective in Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.In a low scoring keenly contested match Moylagh finished the stronger to edge out their opponents who had been reduced to fourteen men early in the second half. Best for Moylagh were Nathan Doyle Tommy Reilly Willie McGrath and Joe Melia who made a welcome return to the team while on holiday from his work abroad.
Moylagh Scorers P. Fox 1-3 J. Melia 0-2 T. Reilly 0-1 .M. Quinn 0-1 D. OGrowney 0-1
Moylagh  C. Hannon A. Hand N. Doyle P. Grall P. Traynor P. Fox K Foley T. Reilly C. Fanning K. Reilly M. Quinn S. Martin N. McAlarney W. McGrath D. OGrowney. Subs J. Melia for K. Foley A. Fanning for N. McAlarney B. Geraghty for D. OGrowney.

IHC: Dunderry 1-16 Moylagh 1-12

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Despite the best efforts of Willy McGrath Moylagh went down to Dunderry in this I.H.C game in Kildalkey on Sunday morning.

In a fiercely contested game Moylagh found themselves in arrears 1-10 to 1-04 at half time.The second half was played at a frantic pace as both sides gave it their all.

Moylagh have been plagued with injury all season and had to field without a number of regulars and even had to call on Sean Og Doyne who was ruled out before the game with a groin injury to come on for Cieran Hannon the Moylagh goalkeeper who picked up a hand injury after about 10 minutes, and Doyne had a fine game clearing his line many times under pressure.

John White again was solid in the full back line as was centre back Eamon Boyle before picking up his second yellow card with about 10 minutes left.

Midfielder Stephen Tierney was unlucky to hit the crossbar in the dying minutes after a brilliant run from midfield.

Paddy Gilsenan again had a great game setting up many attacks and also covering to help his back lines when needed.

But it was Willy who stole the show once again .

The Moylagh full forward scored 1-11 despite being marked by two Dunderry defenders for most of the game.

And for the second game on the trot one of the points came from a massive sideline cut about 30 yards out.

Moylagh are now out of the championship but considering it was our first year intermediate we are happy with the progress with fantastic 2 wins

And as captain Jimmy Tuite stated after the game we are a match for most intermediate teams and next year he wants a championship quarter final at least and the league title


Moylagh: C Hannon, J Tuite, C Melia, J White, Phil Grall, E Boyle, Paddy Grall [0-01], O Gilsenan, S Tierney, P Gilsenan, P Rahill, C Foley, N McNellis, Willy McGrath [ 1-11], S Peyton

Subs S Og Doyne for Hannon, C Clinton for Peyton. O Melia for McNellis

Last Updated on Monday, 25 August 2014 09:47

Moylagh v Kilmessan IHC [played in Trim on 12/07/2014]

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Moylagh  made history by winning their first Intermediate Hurling match  in the clubs history. The Junior champions of last year turned on the style and the return of Shane Nolan from Canada  gave the team a timely boost as two regulars Eana Brody and  Kevin Foley were ruled out with injury before the game.

Kilmessan  started  brightly and were four points up before two brilliant goals from Sean Og Doyne got the Moylagh nerves settled.

Moylagh dominated the first half and despite some poor finishing went in  3-06 to 0-09 in front at half time against a stiff breeze.

The second half started with Moylagh dominating  with points from Willy McGrath ,Paddy Rahill and Owen Gilsenan but as the half went on Kilmessan came more into the game but Moyalgh came back with good points from Shane Nolan , Doyne , Rahill and a brilliant long range point from Philip Grall who had a good game in the   number 5 position. Kilmessan  in the end scored two goals but the boys in green held out for a good win and can look forward to the next round against Donaghmore Ashbourne with some confidence.

Shane Nolan,Willy McGrath and John White stood out in a solid team performance.

Final Score

MOYLAGH   3-15



Moylagh Team

Cieran Grall , James Tuite , Colm Melia , John White, Phil Grall[0-01] , Eamon Boyle ,Colm o Shea , Owen Gilsenan[0-2] ,Paddy Grall , Willy McGrath [0-5],Shane Nolan ,[0-4] Tom Melia, Sean Og Doyne[2-2], Stephen Tierney, Paddy Rahill.[1-1].


Moylagh Ladies: Moylagh 2-13 Oldcastle 1-10

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4/7/14 in Millbrook Pitch at 8pm

Half time – Moylagh 1-7 Oldcastle 1-4

Full time score – Moylagh 2-13 Oldcastle 1-10

Moylagh ladies made it two in a row against their neighbours last night! Moylagh got off to a great start scoring the opening 3 points. Despite being down a player before half time we managed to keep the scores up getting ahead by 3 points. Oldcastle put up a great battle by keeping the scores close. Scoring the second goal brought the game to life again and Moylagh showed great hunger for the ball. Fitness was shown throughout the game by both teams. Well done to all.


Goals – Therese Fox. Backs- Caoimhe Reilly, Arlene Smyth, Ruth O Keefe, Shauna Corbett, Aisling Gibney and Sophie Garry. Midfield- Colette Kenny and Marie Masterson. Forwards- Gemma Galligan, Donna Garry, Donna Barkey, Sinead Gilsenan, Sorcha Grall and Shannon Doyle.


Rosie Grall, Aoife Gibney , Aoife Flood, Anita McGivney, Niamh Grall.

Scorers- S Grall 0-2, D Garry 0-4 , S Garry 0-1 , D Barkey 1-3, S Gilsenan 0-1 ,S Doyle 1-1 and C Kenny 0-1.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 July 2014 09:31

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Moylagh Blotto Results


Numbers Drawn were:

1, 6, 16, 25

No Jackpot Winners

Next Draw (Xmas) Monday 17th Dec 2018 in Teddys,

Jackpot €9,400


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John Egenton has taken over as Chairman of Moylagh GAA Club from Ollie Melia who steps down after 4 years at the helm