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  • 07/09/2019 (Senior Championship: Moynalvey 0-6 Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0-7) Match Report
  • 25/08/2019 (Junior 'B' Championship: Ratoath 8-16 Moynalvey 0-3)
  • 13/08/2019 (Senior Championship: Moynalvey 2-16 Longwood 1-6) Match Report
  • 12/08/2019 (Junior 'B' Championship: Moynalvey 0-17 Nobber 2-8) Match Report
  • 21/06/2019 (Div. 2 B League: Blackhall Gaels 2-14 Moynalvey 4-11) Match Report
  • 16/06/2019 (Div. 1 A League: Oldcastle W/O Moynalvey SCR)
  • 14/06/2019 (Div. 2 B League: Moynalvey 2-7 St. Peters Dunboyne 0-11) Match Report
Friday October 18, 2019
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INVITE - Martin O'Connell Book Launch - FRiday 18th October 2019

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Martin OConnell Book Launch“Royal Blood” – the autobiography of Meath legend Martin O’Connell - will get its official launch in the Headfort Arms Hotel, Kells on Friday, October 18th at 7.30.

During his playing career, O’Connell won three All-Irelands, six Leinster titles, three National Leagues and four All-Star Awards. He was also the sole Meath representative on the Team of the Millennium which was named in 1999.

Written by LMFM’s David Sheehan, “Royal Blood” details O’Connell’s many ups and downs during a period which brought unprecedented success for Meath football, but also heart-breaking defeats.

Guest of honour on the night will be Seán Boylan, and it promises to be a great occasion for lovers of Meath football and Gaelic games in general.


IMPORTANT Information for All Coaching Officers & Mentors of Underage Teams, RE: SAFEGUARDING Training

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION for All our Club Coaching Officers and Mentors, RE: SAFEGUARDING

Please see important information in relation to Safeguarding training.

Meath GAA Safeguarding courses shall be advertised and notified in the coming days and weeks.

* Notwithstanding the mandatory requirement on participants to attend the Gaelic Games Safeguarding 1 workshop.

1. It is the responsibility of the individual and club to ensure that anyone working with, or who has interaction with, or who is involved in the planning/administration of activities or events with children and young people in our Associations, holds a valid Gaelic Games Safeguarding 1 certificate.

2. If a member of any Gaelic Games Associations presents a certificate of attendance from Sport Ireland such as attendance at an LSP or other Sports NGB’s safeguarding training or a Sport Northern Ireland Safeguarding 1 workshop our member will be obliged to complete the Gaelic Games Online Safeguarding Refresher prior to commencing their role with the relevant Gaelic Games Association. The purpose of this is to ensure that those who work with children and young people receive relevant information on our own Gaelic Games safeguarding polices or practices, or our reporting procedures or our Code structures and on the role of Gaelic Games Children’s Officers and DLPs in our three Associations.

3.The Gaelic Games Safeguarding Training 1, 2 and 3 must be renewed within a three year period and the policy clearly outlines who is required to attend each of the Safeguarding workshops. If participants attended the Child Protection in Sport Awareness (Safeguarding 1) workshop for example in 2015, then they are now required to attend a face to face Safeguarding 1 workshop again. If participants attended the Child Protection in Sport Awareness (Safeguarding 1) workshop for example in 2016, they will be required to complete the Online Safeguarding 1 Refresher programme


Upcoming Award One Coaching Courses:

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Award 1 CoursesA reminder that all teams should have an Award One qualified coach with them.​

The Award One course is for those who have completed their Foundation Award and are actively coaching at the relevant age – Child (U7-u12) Youth/Adult (U13 – Adult).

Anyone with the Foundation Level coaching completed and wishing to take the next step in coaching - please make contact with our juvenile secretary Alan Gannon who will assist with booking!


August/September edition of the GAA's Club Newsletter

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Click on the link to access the AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019 edition of the GAA CLUB NEWSLETTER. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019 - GAA CLUB NEWSLETTER

This month's edition includes important information on

·        The Tier 2 Championship proposals

·        The partnership between GAA and Samaritans

·        The 2019 Health Club conference

·        The 2019/2020 National Student Bursary scheme

·        #GAAYouth Forum 2019


Opportunity to GIVE BLOOD at Kilcock GAA - Wednesday 25th September

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Blood 3A Partnership between the IBTS and the GAA to encourage GAA members and supporters to give blood at local GAA club level.
Please GIVE BLOOD at Kilcock GAA Centre Wednesday 25th September from 4:30-8:00pm


New "Underdogs" Series beginds on TG4 This Week

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Underdogs TG4’s legendary GAA series ‘Underdogs’ is back and is putting a brand-new team of footballers together.  A group of men who have enough skill, athleticism, and dedication to take on one of the  best Gaelic football teams in the country.

This year the management team will have a new line-up, including former Kerry Captain and Manager Mickey Ned O’Sullivan, Gaoth Dobhair legend and former Donegal Footballer Kevin Cassidy and former Cork Ladies Footballer Valerie Mulcahy.


"GAA Healthy Clubs" - Free event in Croke Park on October 5th aims to recruit 150 new clubs to join the Healthy Club Project in January 2020

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Healthy ClubsThe role played by GAA clubs in supporting the health and wellbeing of communities across Ireland will be explored at the 2019 Healthy Club Conference in Croke Park on Saturday, October 5th.

Delegates will participate in workshops covering mental health in sport, diversity and inclusion, positive aging, and the importance of physical activity. The themes will be brought to life through practical case studies revealing initiatives rolled out by Healthy Clubs covering these themes.  


Opportunity to GIVE BLOOD at Knightsbrook Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd September

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Blood 3A Partnership between the IBTS and the GAA to encourage GAA members and supporters to give blood at local GAA club level. Please GIVE BLOOD at Knightsbrook Hotel, Trim on Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd September.


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