Meath Ladies Championship Semi Finals

Senior Championship Semi Final 1:
Na Fianna v Seneschalstown tomorrow, Sat 31st August at 2pm in Boardsmill.

This semi-final is a re-run of the 2012 semi-final where the Seneschalstown side cruised to victory. A year on, and Na Fianna have made rapid progress, booking their place in the semi-finals finishing top of Group B, defeating St. Ultans, Duleek-Bellewstown and Donaghmore-Ashbourne and critically remaining unbeaten.

Seneschalstown lost out to Oldcastle in round one, and comfortably saw off Boardsmill in their final round. With Seneschalstown’s experience and Na Fianna’s determination, this is a semi-final not to be missed.


Senior Championship: Semi-Final 2:
Oldcastle v St. Ultans in Skryne on Tues 3rd Sept at 8pm.

The second senior semi-final is a mouth-watering battle.  Oldcastle had one of the surprises of the championship when they defeated current champions Seneschalstown in round 2 to ensure they finished top of their group. St. Ultans were knocked out of the senior championship last year by Boardsmill in one of the most memorable games in 2012, however they can never be ruled out of contention.
Expect this contest to be a tight battle, with neither squad willing to concede defeat!


Intermediate Championship: Semi-Final 1:
St. Michaels v Summerhill in Carlanstown at 11.30am on Sunday 1st September.

St. Michaels finished top of their group and will be confident of a good performance with the advantage of playing at home. Summerhill finished second in their group behind Navan O’Mahonys, and made massive improvements over the course of their championship and will looking to go one better than this time last year.


Intermediate Championship: Semi-Final 2:
Navan O’Mahonys v Ratoath on Mon 2nd Sep in O’Mahonys at 19:30.

Navan O’Mahonys are a team on a mission in 2013, defeat in the Intermediate Final in 2012 has spurred on the Brews Hill side to make amends this year and the scoring tally from their group games demonstrates this! Solid at the back and clinical upfront, the Hoops are not to be messed with this year. Ratoath on the other hand have been going about their business in quiet fashion this year, preparing their championship fight thoroughly and finishing second behind St. Michaels in their group.
Although O’Mahonys have the favourites tag in this semi-final, Ratoath will relish being underdogs and will play without fear until the final whistle, making this semi-final an intriguing battle!


Junior A Championship: Semi-Final 1:
Dee Rangers v Dunsany on Sun 1st Sep in Syddan at 11:00.

Dee Rangers remain unbeaten in this year’s junior a championship and will be eager to reach their first Junior A final after being defeated by Moynalvey in last year’s semi-final. Having already gotten silverware in the Division 2 League Final, undoubtedly Dee Rangers will be hungry for more. Dunsany have struggled at times but can never be ruled out of a surprise shock, they have a knack of never giving up and will play until the very final whistle as proven by their route to last year’s final, which makes this semi-final an intriguing contest.



Junior A Championship: Semi Final 2:
Simonstown v Walterstown on Sun 1st Sep in Simonstown at 5.30.

Simonstown have been slowly building over the last few years and will be hoping to go a step further than this time last year when they lost in the semi-final by a solitary point to Dunsany. As they say, winning is a habit, something Simonstown have started to become accustomed to, losing just one round game to table toppers, Dee Rangers.
Walterstown, relegated from Intermediate Championship last year, have regrouped and are working hard and it is to their credit that they are back in contention for honours.
Difficult to favour either team in this game and it will probably take something special from one of the sides to secure victory!

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