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Super Annual Christmas Draw! Win a Trip To New York

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Dont forget Super Christmas draw is this Saturday 30th November in McEvoys. Time is running out to get into the draw for a four day shopping spree to New York for 2 people and $1000 spending money!! Tickets €5 or 3 for€10 available from all club members and all local businesses

Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 18:31

Smith seals title for Scoil Mhuire

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Scoil Mhuire Moylagh claimed the fourth final on the day, the Girls Division 5 (9 a side) title with a one point win over Newtown NS. It took a last minute point from Sarah Smith to seal the issue in the Moylagh girls favour.

Scoil Mhuire Moylagh 3-4
Newtown 3-3

Four points separted the teams at the interval with Scoil Mhuire holding the advantage 2-3 to 1-2. Megan Doyle and Smith got the winners goals. Points from Erika Duggan and Aoife McNulty along with a fine goal from Ellen Meade accounted for the Newtown first half tally. A goal from Alanna McNulty had the teams level on 2-3 each midway through the second half. Doyle got her second goal for Moylagh but Meade tied up the game again with her second three pointer with minutes remaining. Both teams went in search of the winner and just when it seemed a replay was on the cards Sarah Smith sent over the winner on the stroke of full time.

After the game Scoil Mhuire captain Sarah McNamee was presented with the Division 5 Cup

Scoil Mhuire Moylagh: Jenna Fullam, Grainne Flood, Stephenie McClair, Sarah McNamee, Siobhan Kearney 0-1, Megan Doyle 2-0, Cliodhna Mangan, Yvonne McGivney 0-1, Sarah Smith 1-2.


Give blood in Meath

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In June 2012, the Ard Chomhairle of the GAA agreed a partnership between the GAA and the Irish Blood Transfusion Service.

The aim is to inform and educate, encourage and support, and to make convenient for GAA members and supporters to give blood, through interaction and promotion at local GAA club level.

The IBTS is asking local GAA communities to get involved in giving blood.

Information on how clubs can get involved can be accessed at

For those who wish to give blood there are upcoming clinics at:

Gilson NS Oldcastle Tuesday 3 December, 5pm to 8.30pm

Knightsbrook Hotel Trim Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 December, 5pm to 8.30pm


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Inny Gaels Claim U21 Title

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Inny Gaels defeated Nobber to take home the Meath Under 21 B football championship title. The game was played in perfect condition under lights at Moynalty.

Inny Gaels 2-10
Nobber 1-10

The Moylagh St Brigids combination led at the break 1-4 to 0-5. Nobber were first on the scoreboard with a Declan Shields point. Ryan Tighe was fouled in the square and the same player converted the spot kick to put Inny Gaels 1-0 to 0-1 ahead after ten minutes. Dale Larkin replied for Nobber before Inny Gaels extended their lead with points from Oisin Kiernan (3) and Stephen Browne. Nobber finished the half the stronger and fine scores from Karl Casserly, Shields and Larkin closed the gap to two at the break.

Ryan Tighe opened up a goal lead with the first point of the second half. Scores from Casserley (2) and Shields had the gap back down to one before Inny Gaels made the all important break. Between the 15th and 20th minutes the North Meath boys registered 1-3 withouth reply. Shane Gilsenan got the goal while Oisin Kiernan (2) and Rory Gibney sent over the points. Like the first half Nobber finished the stronger. A goal and three points from corner foward Casserly, the green flag raised from the penalty spot, narrowed the gap but time ran out and the U21 B Cup was heading in the Inny Gaels direction.

Inny Gaels: Darragh Geraghty, Shane Grall, Michael Flood, Shane Gilsenan 1-0, Aaron Skelly, Carl Kiernan, Nathan Doyle 0-1, Stephen Browne 0-2, Oisin Kiernan 0-5, Ryan Tighe 1-1, Pauric Plunkett, Willie McGrath, Rory Gibney 0-1.

Nobber: Tony McEntee, Eanna Fagan, Barry Cassidy, Stephen O'Brien, Paul Meade, James Halpin, Niall Carty, Anthony Owens, Dale Larkin 0-2, Fiachra McEntee, Declan Shields 0-2, Karl Casserly 1-5, Sean Meade 0-1.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 November 2013 18:14


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Ciaran Hannon 1,  Ewan Feeney 2, Colm Melia 3, Johnathan O'Reilly 4, Gary Reilly  5, James Baugh 6, Michael Geraghty (2pts) 7, Sean Geraghty 8 (2pts), Luke Nolan (1gl 1pt) 9, Charles Brogan10, Kieran Foley(1pt) 11, Daire Farrelly 12, Willie Mc Grath (2gls 7pts) 13.


Liam Brogan for Daire Farrelly

Daire Farrelly for Charles Brogan



The combination of Kilskyre and Moylagh ran out easy winners against Donaghmore Ashbourne in this U21B hurling quarter final in Kells on Sunday morning.  After five minutes it looked like a game that was going to be one way traffic for the hour with domination from the North Meath outfit in every sector of the field.  Again it was the Geraghty brothers, Michael and Seanie who took control throughout and supplied  ball after ball into the superb Willie Mc Grath who took score after score with ease to go in at half time with a 1-6 to 1-0 lead.  In the second half it was more of the same with Ciaran Hannon in goal, Ewan Feeney and Colm Melia mopping up everything in the full back line, James Baugh, Gary Reilly and Johnathan Reilly in the half back all playing solid.  But it was the Geraghty brothers who ran the show in midfield taking some superb scores themselves and setting up the forward division.  Luke Nolan stepped in with 1-1 in the second half along with a superb point from Kieran Foley. Daire Farrelly and Charles Brogan were also in fine form, but it was the Willie Mc Grath show with his tally of 2-7 was a joy to watch.  The North Meath outfit go into the semi-final in fine form with a final score of 3-13 to 1-1.


Moylagh Hurlers! 2013 Meath Junior Champions

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Some great team shots from Paddy Traynor before the lads set out to Dublin last Sunday

Moylagh 2013 Meath Junior Hurling Champions

Moylagh Hurlers 2013 Junior Champs

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 November 2013 15:53

Leinster Special Junior Semi Final - Fixture & Bus Details

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Moylagh will take on Castleknock in the Leinster Special Junior Semi Final this Sunday at 2.30 pm in Parnell's GAA Grounds in Coolock Village. (NOT Parnell Parnell Park!!!)

There will be a bus leaving the Community Centre in Moylagh at 12 on Sunday. Tickets on the bus are €10 please contact Enda McNamee on 087-2840424 to reserve your place!

Join this Moylagh road trip & Show your support for the lads!!

Directions to the pitch: From M50 ; Exit at Malahide Road,proceed through roundabout (Bewleys Hotel on left ) on N32 to Junction at Tesco Clare Hall turn right onto Malahide Road toward City Centre ,through roundabout ,UCI on left through lights and into right lane filter onto Oscar Traynor Road . Take first left at traffic lights into Coolock Village ,clubhouse in middle of Village on right opposite Ulster Bank/ beside Chanel College.

Full restaurant in Club House with bar facilities

Last Updated on Saturday, 16 November 2013 10:38

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Moylagh Blotto Results


Numbers Drawn were:

02, 18, 22, 23

No Jackpot Winners

Next Draw Monday 1st May 2017 in Teddy's,

Jackpot €2,000


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