Moynalvey

Moynalvey

Magh nAilbhe

County Meath, Ireland

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Club Information

Moynalvey G.A.A. Club was formed in 1934 under the name of “College Park”, changing its name to Moynalvey in 1938. Moynalvey played hurling for a brief period from the early ’50s but disbanded in the late ’60s when the Kiltale and Rathmolyon clubs reformed.

Moynalvey’s first major football success came in 1979 with the defeat of Kilmainham in the final of the Winter League. In 1981 Moynalvey won the Junior County Championship defeating St Michaels in the final after a replay. In their second year at Intermediate level, Moynalvey claimed the championship defeating St. Marys in the Final in 1983.

Moynalvey captured its first-ever trophy at the senior level in 1993 defeating O’Mahonys in the Feis Cup decider, the Junior C Championship was also won in 1993. At the turn of the century, Moynalvey suffered the fate of being relegated from Senior to Junior grade within 4 years. Moynalvey won the Junior C title in 2003 serving as a stepping stone to winning the Junior championship in 2008 when defeating Ratoath and also a Leinster Junior Championship beating Rochortbridge. In 2011 Moynalvey regained their Senior status when defeating Gaeil Colmcille in the IFC final.

Committee Infomation

Secretary: Maura O’Reilly – secretary.moynalvey.meath@gaa.ie – 086 8218195

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