Coca Cola Meath Club Championships Update

Coca-Cola Championship Round Three Fixtures:

After their win against St. Ultans in Round Two, Seneschalstown will make the journey to Oldcastle on Tuesday evening to face the home side in round three. The Damien Sheridan managed side are unbeaten so far in this year’s Championship and will be hoping to continue this win as they face an Oldcastle side who are coming off the back of a tight win against Simonstown. St. Ultans will look to get their Championship back on track when they face Na Fianna in Sean Newman Park.

Oldcastle v Seneschalstown

Last year’s Senior Champions were unlucky on many occasions last time out, and they may well take all three points against a Na Fianna side that have yet to pick up a win. Don’t expect Na Fianna to just roll over though, they will travel to Sean Newman with determination and will certainly not make it easy for the home side. Dee Rangers were delighted to get a win last time out and home advantage may be crucial as Boardsmill make the journey to Drumconrath in the final group game. A bye in the second round could also have favoured Boardsmill as their players are now well rested and ready for action. This is possibly the tie of the round and the winner could have a real say in semi-final pairings down the road.

As expected, the top of the Intermediate Championship table is a tight one with three teams; St. Michaels, Royal Gaels and Donaghmore-Ashbourne all on six points. Two of those three face each other this evening, Royal Gaels hosting St. Michaels at 7.30. Also this evening, both Blackhall Gaels and Navan O’Mahonys will be looking for their first win of the Championship as they do battle at half 7. On Tuesday though, the impressive Donaghmore-Ashbourne travel to Moynalvey at half 7. It has been a dream start to the Championship for Sean Butler’s side, and while Moynalvey are still hunting for a win, they will not make it easy for the Moors. The final game of the round sees Summerhill host Dunboyne. Summerhill will have used their bye last week to take stock and will be prepared for Martin Laffoy’s team on Tuesday evening. Dunboyne were defeated in a thrilling encounter against Royal Gaels last time out and will be eager to make amends this week.

In the Junior A Championship, Dunsany have made a lightning start to this year’s Championship, already accruing a tally of 15-33 from their first two fixtures. They will need their shooting boots on this evening as they face their toughest opponents yet, St. Colmcilles. The Cilles had a bye in round two and will relish the challenge the Dunsany ladies will undoubtedly provide. Clann na nGael have surprised even themselves as they are currently unbeaten in this year’s competition. This week, they face Duleek-Bellewstown who are still searching for a win and with home advantage on their side, they will be ready for the Clann na nGael challenge.

In the Junior B Championship, Skryne are emerging as Championship hopefuls as they currently lie top of the table after wins over Trim and Dunboyne. This week they face a St. Ultans team who are ready for action after their bye in round two. Wolfe Tones came agonisingly close to a win last time out and this week they take on Dunboyne who are still searching for a win. This tie will be a tight battle and if Wolfe Tones can bring the same intensity this week as they did last week, they may well take all three points from the contest. In the final game Boardsmill face Trim. Boardsmill lost out by two points in an enthralling battle against Walterstown in Round Two and will be sure to take lessons into their contest with their neighbours this week.

In the Junior C Championship, Drumbaragh host Oldcastle. A strong second half showing for Drumbaragh last time out will see them look forward to a good game with their near neighbours. Royal Gaels and Simonstown will go head to head in Dunshaughlin while Rathkenny/Slane, who currently top the table will face Na Fianna in the remaining fixture.

Best wishes to all competing teams!

Senior: On Tuesday 12th July

St. Ultans v Na Fianna in Sean Newman Park on Tues 12th at 7.45pm, Ref: Jack Gordon

Dee Rangers v Boardsmill in Drumconrath GFC on Tues 12th at 8pm, Ref: Noel Hand

Oldcastle v Seneschalstown in Oldcastle on Tues 12th at 8pm, Ref: Sarah Stanley

Simonstown v BYE


Intermediate: On or Before Tuesday 12th July

Royal Gaels v St. Michaels in Dunshaughlin on Sun 10th at 7.30pm, Ref: Sean Gaughan

Blackhall Gaels v Navan O’Mahonys in Batterstown on Sun 10th at 7.30pm, Ref: Mick Ryan

Moynalvey v Donaghmore-Ashbourne in Moynalvey on Tues 12th at 7.30pm, Ref: Gerry Keoghan

Summerhill v Dunboyne in Summerhill on Tues 12th at 7.30pm, Ref: Sean Gaughan

Ratoath v BYE


Junior A: On or Before Thursday 14th July

Dunsany v St. Colmcilles in Dunsany on Sunday 10th at 8pm

Clann na nGael v Duleek-Bellewstown in Rathcairn on Mon 11th at 8pm, Ref: Sean Gaughan

St. Pats v Moylagh in St. Pats on Mon 11th at 8pm

Ballivor v BYE


Junior B: On or Before Thursday 14th July

Skryne v St. Ultans in Skryne on Thurs 14th at 8.30pm

Wolfe Tones v Dunboyne in Kilberry on Thurs 14th at 8pm

Boardsmill v Trim – TBC

Walterstown v BYE


Junior C: On or Before Thursday 14th July

Drumbaragh v Oldcastle in Drumbaragh on Wed 13th at 7.30pm

Royal Gaels v Simonstown in Dunshaughlin on Thurs 14th at 7.45pm

Rathkenny/Slane v Na Fianna – TBC

Seneschalstown v BYE



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