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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

Leinster Special Junior Hurling Championship

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Moylagh  2-15 Sallins  1-05

Moylagh scored a convincing win over Sallins of Kildare in the quarter final of the Leinster Junior hurling championship played in Moylagh on Sunday.

After a slow start a point from full forward Paddy Rahill put Moylagh ahead and from then on they dominated the game.

A goal from midfielder Owen Gilsenan and points from Willy McGrath,Paddy Gilsenan,and Kevin Foley had Moylagh 1-09 to 1-1 ahead at half time.

Coach Jimmy Boyle in his half time team talk emphasized the importance of a early score in the second half and Paddy Grall did just that with a brilliant long range point after about two minutes. After that Moylagh were home and dry and played some brilliant hurling with all the forwards and the two midfielders getting on the scoresheet.

It was a good all round team performance by the boys in green with Eamon Boyle dominating from centre back and Eanna Brody and Eoin Gilsenan again brilliant in midfield. Paddy Gilsenan and Kevin Foley stood out in the forwards





M Corrigan. J Tuite. Phil Grall. C Melia. T Rahill. E Boyle. C Grall. E Brody [0-02] O Gilsenan [1-1]. P Gilsenan [0-2]. K Foley [0-1]. Paddy Grall [0-2]. W McGrath [0-3]. P Rahill [0-3]. S Tierney [1-01]

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2013 21:25


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Moylagh pulled of the best result in the clubs history with the demolition of a Navan side who had already beat them in the first round of the championship.

Confidence was so high in the Moylagh camp from the semi final win over Boardsmill that no team would have beaten them Friday night in Navan.

In the end all that both set of supporters could do was admire the Moylagh style of hurling and brilliant scores taken by players such as William McGrath Owen Gilsnan Kevin Foley and Eana Brody.

The first twenty minutes were tight and at 2 points each it looked like it would be a tight game but then the Moylagh boys got to grips with the game and any early nerves disappeared as the north meath boys notched up a 1-7 to 0-3 lead with the goal a brilliant effort from full forward Paddy Rahill.

Moylagh started the second half just as they finished the first and William McGrath raised the first white flag to make it 1-08 to 0-3 and this was soon followed by Moylagh second goal again William doing the damage.

Some brilliant points followed Eana Brody Stephen Tierney and a wonder point from Sean Og Doyne as at the time he was playing with a broken tumb and broken bone in his hand. Sean Og was taken to hospital by ambulance after the game to Drogheda and will have a operation on his hand on sunday.

In the last few minutes Moylagh ran riot and William Mcgrath scored his second and Moylaghs third goal.

In the closing stages Navan were dismissed to 14 men and Moylagh introduced subs who all played a vital role in getting to the final .

It would be hard to pick out player who did not have a good game for Moylagh as every one of them including the subs worked brilliantly for each other.

Colm melia long puck outs was one of the features of the match and the covering done by the centre back and captain Eamon Boyle was brilliant.

Eana Brody again had a outstanding game and the running of the Gilsnan brothers Owen and Paddy was causing Navan problims throughout the game.

William McGrath was outstanding in the forward line and the number 15 scored some of the best scores ever seen in Navan.


Moylagh Team and Scorers


Tom Melia . James Tuite . Phil Grall. Colm Melia. Daren Hawdon. Eamon Boyle .Cieran Grall. Eana Brody[0-5]. Owen Gilsenan[0-1]. Sean Og Doyne [0-2] .Kevin Foley [0-2]. Paddy Gilsenan. Stephen Tierney [0-1] Paddy Rahill[1-0] William McGrath 2-03]


Subs: Morris Quinn for Doyne. Tom Rahill for Tierney . Carl Clinton for Tuite .Paddy Grall for P Rahill. Neill McNeillis for P Gilsenan.



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Final Score: MOYLAGH 1-14 BOARDSMILL 4-04

Moylagh stunned Boardsmill in Junior Hurling Championship semi-final played in windy conditions in Trim on saturday afternoon. Boardsmill got off to a brilliant start with the wind behind them and were 1-02 up before Moylagh got into the game.

Boardsmill kept the Moylagh backs under pressure for most of the first half and Moylagh were dealt two serious blows with Colm Melia and Sean Og Doyne having to to be withdrawn with serious injuries.

HALF TIME Boardsmill 2-3 Moylagh 0-5

Moylagh started the second half brilliantly and a couple of early points was followed by the goal that was needed by top scorer Eana Brody.

But disaster followed for Moylagh as Boardsmill went up the pitch and scored a goal and a point to once again put daylight between the teams.

But points from Paddy Gilsnan. Maurice Quinn and Stephen Tierney pulled Moylagh back into contention and a magic point from the captain Eamon Boyle and another from William McGrath after good work from Paddy Rahill gave the boys in green a one point lead with about 15 seconds left.

Boardsmill pushed for the equaliser in injury time and it took a brilliant intervention by Cieran Grall to prevent the draw.

It was a great team display by Moylagh with the Grall brohers and Eamon Boyle standing out in the backs and the now very reliable midfield pairing of Eana Brody and Owen Gilsnan midfield.

In the forwards William McGrath and Paddy Rahill were always on top.

Also when called on Carl Clinton solid game in the full back line.



Tom Melia. James Tuite. Phil Grall. Colm Melia. Daran Hawdon.[0-01] Eamon Boyle. [0-01] Cieran Grall. Eanna Brody [1-05] Eoin Gilsnan. Paddy Gilsnan.[0-01] Kevin Foley. Sean Og Doyne[0-01]. Tommy Rahill. Paddy Rahill. William McGrath[0-03]

SUBS: Carl Clinton for C Melia. Morris Quinn [0-01] for Foley. Stephen Tierney[0-01] for Sean Og Doyne. Paddy Grall for J Tuite.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 September 2013 09:07

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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