Meath Intermediate Football Championship


Meath Intermediate Football Championship
Meath Intermediate Football Championship
Current season or competition:
Meath Intermediate Football Championship 2011
Founded 1927 -
Trophy Mattie McDonnell Cup
Title holders Moynalvey (2nd title)
Most titles Duleek (5 titles)
Sponsors Eddie Finnegan & Sons Ltd

The Meath Intermediate Football Championship is an annual Gaelic football competition featuring clubs from Meath GAA. The winners of this championship get promoted to the Meath Senior Football Championship. In the 2010 final, Nobber defeated Carnaross. Each year, the final takes place in Meath's main football ground, Pairc Tailteann, Navan. The winner competes in the Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship.

Top winners

Team Titles Winning Years
Duleek 5 1939, 1955, 1966, 1978, 2005
Ballivor 4 1948, 1971, 1981, 2002
Donaghmore/Ashbourne 4 1938, 1950, 1959, 2007
Dunderry 4 1944, 1947, 1970, 1990
Castletown 3 1927, 1946, 1976
Kilmainhamwood 3 1965, 1982, 1994
Slane 3 1929, 1968, 1984
St. Patrick's 3 1951, 1963, 2000
Athboy 2 1960, 1979
Ballinlough 2 1954, 1991
Blackhall Gaels 2 1998, 2001
Carnaross 2 1957, 1993
Drumree 2 1961, 1969
St. Peter's, Dunboyne 2 1952, 1992
Dunshaughlin 2 1977, 1997
Erin's Own 2 1932, 1935
Moynalty 2 1931, 1936
Moynalvey 2 1983, 2011
Navan O'Mahony's 2 1956, 2003
Nobber 2 1980, 2010
Oldcastle 2 1987, 2009
Rathkenny 2 1934, 2006
Seneschalstown 2 1940, 1967
Skryne 2 1933, 1937
St. Michael's/Carlanstown 2 1945, 1989
Syddan 2 1941, 1999
Ardcath 1 1928
Bohermeen 1 1973
Cortown 1 1996
Gael Colmcille 1 1986
Harps 1 1985
Kilbride 1 1962
Longwood 1 1942
Martry 1 1930
Moylough 1 1975
Parnells 1 1943
Simonstown Gaels 1 1995
St. Colmcilles 1 1988
St. John's 1 1974
St Mary's (Bettystown) 1 1958
St. Ultans 1 2008
St. Vincent's 1 1953
Summerhill 1 1972
Trim 1 1949
Walterstown 1 1964
Wolfe Tones 1 2004

Roll of honour

Year Winner Runner-Up
2011 Moynalvey Gael Colmcille
2010 Nobber 3-12 Carnaross 0-07
2009 Oldcastle Kilmainhamwood
2008 St. Ultans Cortown
2007 Donaghmore/Ashbourne Castletown
2006 Rathkenny Drumconrath
2005 Duleek Syddan
2004 Wolfe Tones Duleek
2003 Navan O'Mahony's Carnaross
2002 Ballivor Navan O'Mahony's
2001 Blackhall Gaels St. Patrick's
2000 St. Patrick's Ballivor
1999 Syddan St. Patrick's
1998 Blackhall Gaels St. Patrick's
1997 Dunshaughlin Duleek
1996 Cortown
1995 Simonstown Gaels Castletown
1994 Kilmainhamwood Simonstown Gaels
1993 Carnaross Kilmainhamwood
1992 St. Peter's, Dunboyne St. Patrick's
1991 Ballinlough St. Patrick's
1990 Dunderry
1989 St. Michael's
1988 St. Colmcille's
1987 Oldcastle
1986 Gael Colmcille Meath Hill
1985 Harps St. Mary's
1984 Slane
1983 Moynalvey St. Mary's
1982 Kilmainhamwood
1981 Ballivor Wolfe Tones
1980 Nobber Harps
1979 Martinstown/Athboy Wolfe Tones
1978 Duleek
1977 Dunshaughlin Nobber
1976 Castletown
1975 Moylough
1974 St. John's St. Vincent's
1973 Bohermeen Moylagh
1972 Summerhill Martry
1971 Ballivor
1970 Dunderry
1969 Drumree
1968 Slane
1967 Seneschalstown
1966 Duleek
1965 Kilmainhamwood
1964 Walterstown
1963 St. Patrick's
1962 Kilbride Walterstown
1961 Drumree
1960 Athboy
1959 Donaghmore
1958 St. Mary's, Bettystown
1957 Carnaross Duleek
1956 Navan O'Mahony's Dunshaughlin
1955 Duleek Summerhill
1954 Ballinlough
1953 St. Vincent's
1952 St. Peter's, Dunboyne
1951 St. Patrick's
1950 Donaghmore
1949 Trim
1948 Ballivor
1947 Dunderry
1946 Castletown
1945 Carlanstown
1944 Dunderry
1943 Parnells
1942 Longwood Carlanstown
1941 Syddan
1940 Seneschalstown
1939 Duleek
1938 Donaghmore
1937 Skryne
1936 Moynalty
1935 Erin's Own
1934 Rathkenny
1933 Skryne
1932 Erin's Own
1931 Moynalty
1930 Martry
1929 Slane
1928 Ardcath
1927 Castletown

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