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Hurling League Final

Donaghmore Ashbourne 3-13 Trim 3-10 Donaghmore/Ashbourne’s intermediate hurlers finished off their season with silverware, capturing the Brendan Smith Cup for the second time in three years after a thrilling 3 point victory over Trim in Klimessan on Saturday. In what was a tense game throughout, goals from John Broderick, Cian Field and Martin Quinn were

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Intermediate Hurling Championship

Donaghmore Ashbourne hurlers retained their Intermediate status for 2016 after producing another incredible second half performance to beat Moylagh by 9 points in Loman’s Park, Trim. The Moors had trailed by 6 points at half time, but dug deep for the second time this season to blitz the side from Oldcastle. Ashbourne started well, tapping

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Intermediate Hurlers Beat Kilskyre in Round 4 of Championship

Don/Ash hurlers earn first Championship Win HT : Don/Ash 1-03 Kilskyre 2-07 FT – Don/Ash 4-08 Kilskyre 2-13 Donaghmore Ashbourne’s intermediate hurlers produced a stunning second half comeback to grab their first Championship win of the season and reignite their fight for survival Having trailed by 7 points at two stages in the second half,

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Meath Jun B F Championship

After a tough year of games and losing games that we could have won the  Junior B team eventually got a result they deserved when they overcame Trim in Skryne on Saturday night. Our lads played some good football and deserved their 2-13 to 3-08 win which secures their Junior B status for the year.

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Meath IF Championship

Well done to our Intermediate Footballers who recorded a 0-13 to 0-08 win over Cortown in their Round 4 group game in Skryne on Saturday evening. It was a great overall team performance with all players playing their part. The win moves the  lads up the  table and keeps alive the team’s chances of  a

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Meath SF Championship

Well done to our senior team who recorded a good 0-20 to 1-07 win over Skryne in Stamullen on Sunday. Our lads were well deserving of the win and the results pushes Paul Clarke’s side to the top of the table with one group game remaining.