Meath G.A.A. is holding its Annual Golf Classic

in Knightsbrook Golf Club, Trim on Fri. 13th July.

  The monies raised over the last number of years have gone into the development of our young players. As can be seen, by our latest results at Minor and U21 level this is paying rich dividends. All our underage teams can compete with the best.   Our Junior footballers have also qualified for the Leinster Final. Our U 21 hurlers begin their campaign shortly. Meath County Board also have ambitious plans to redevelop Páirc Tailteann to a level suitable for players and fans in the 21st century. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support in the past number of years and seek your support again in 2018 so that this work can continue.   Please contact Francis Flynn (087) 910 0426 or the office in Dunganny (046) 9022780. Cheques can be sent to the office or money transfer arranged through the office. You can support us by:
  1. Entering a 4 person team €400.
  2. Sponsor a tee box €100.

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Friday, October 19th, 2018 at 9:52pm
Congratulations to the 3 @MeathHurling players picked to represent Ireland in the Hurling-Shinty International today in Inverness. Damien Healy of @GaaLongwood , Gavin McGowan of @RatoathGAA , and James Toher of @trimgaa https://t.co/wfEk4qpgaN
Friday, October 19th, 2018 at 7:23pm
30 years on....An evening with the stars of the 1988 All Ireland Final

Knightsbrook Hotel
26th of October
7pm - 9pm

Tickets €10 available at the door or through link below ⬇️
https://t.co/tvDZA0zycg

All proceeds from the night gp towards the Sean Cox fund https://t.co/uAJ5ryKazT
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Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at 10:52pm
Free ticket to the first #royalhousedraw to be won on @MeathGAA Facebook over the weekend: https://t.co/cvt2Jr1Ioq Gotta be in it to win it! https://t.co/uFH77BWUMs MeathGAA photo