Some upcoming courses in Meath. Clubs are encouraged to put in their requests through their GPO for 2020 courses in the next week if possible. The Foundation Award is aimed at beginner coaches and will enable participants to teach the basic skills of the game through drills & fun activities. Participants must be aged 18+ to complete this course. This is course is usually held over 2-3 sessions and includes both theory and practical sessions. This course costs €10 per person.
This Morning Our Club Got Some Great News. Our club received €82,072 from the #SportsCapitalGrant!! This will go along with the money we raised from our recent Lip Sync fundraiser back in March. To develop our pitch with an all weather pitch, and a kicking wall to develop skills and confidence for our young players. The work that went into getting this grant was tremendous and the Club would like to thank everyone involved in the processing of the application. Roll on our pit
Moynalty 6-23 St. Marys 1-13 Moynalty proved too strong for St Marys in this opening round of the Tailteann Cup played in Donore. The visitors were 1-10 to 0-0 inside 14 minutes with scores from Paul Lynch 0-4, Christy Cahill 1-0, Ronan Lynch 0-2, Carl Lynch 0-2, James Cassidy and Cormac Kearney 0-1. Moynalty added another six points before the break to go in with a healthy 1-16 to 0-4 interval lead. There was no let up in the second half. Goals from Paul Lynch, Carl Lynch (
FL Div 3: Moynalty halt losing sequence Moynalty 2-11 Blackhall Gaels 1-12 After four straight losses Moynalty got back to winning ways in the Division 3 of the All County Football League. The winners went 5 points up after 12 minutes with points from Bryan Mc Cormack (2), Anthony Nevin (1) Paul Lynch (1), James Cassidy (1). Blackhall were on level terms after six minutes latter with a brace of points and a goal from the penalty spot. Moynalty hit back and points from Lynch a
MOYNALTY 0:15, CARNAROSS 1:11. Moynalty played neighbours Carnaross in Round 2 of the JFC in Páirc Tailteann on Sunday. Paul Lynch got Moynalty off the mark kicking over two frees. Frank O' Reilly got one back for Carnaross from a free. It was Paul againt that got Moynalty's next two scores both from frees. Carnaross got three points without reply from Frank O' Reilly and one each from Killian Porter and Paddy Mc Dermott. Paddy Mc Dermott got a goal for Carnaross. Paul got an
MOYNALTY 0:05, DUNDERRY 3:14 Moynalty Junior C Championship started off on a bad note against Dunderry on Saturday in Moynalty. Dunderry were the sharpest playing with a gael force wind they went 1:11 up. Moynalty failed to get on the score board.
The second half was much the same as the first, only Moynalty got a few scores on the board two points from veteran David Murtagh, one from Fiachra Gallagher and two from Stephen Blackburn, to Dunderry's 2:03. Dunderry were deserv
MOYNALTY 1:10, CLONARD 2:07 Moynalty played Clonard in Round 1 of the Junior Championship in Athboy on Sunday. Clonard started the scoring playing with the wind and hit the first score from a free. Paul Lynch and Adam Reilly scored one point each for Moynalty. Clonard used playing with the wind hitting high ball in and scored 2:3 without reply the two goals were from penalties, which our keeper Johnny Lynch made two great saves but Clonard were lucky to get both rebounds. Wit
MOYNALTY 1:10, WALTERSTOWN 0:17. Moynalty played Walterstown in Round 4 of A League Division 3 in Moynalty. It was Walterstown that started off the better with three unanswered points, before Ollie Sheridan got Moynalty on the score board with a point. Walterstown got another point. Moynalty started to get the scores with three points, two from play and one from a free. Bryan Mc Cormack (1), Carl Lynch (1), Paul Lynch (1). Moynalty kicked two points one from Paul Lynch and a