Meath Junior Football Championship

Meath Junior Football Championship
Meath Junior Football Championship
Founded 1897 -
Trophy Matthew Ginnity Cup
Title holders Ballivor (1st title)
Most titles Martry (6 titles)
Sponsors Teach na Teamhrach

The Meath Junior Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association between Gaelic Football clubs in Co. Meath, Ireland that are in the Junior division. The winner of this championship will be promoted to the Intermediate division. The winner also represents Meath in the Leinster Junior Club Football Championship. The Meath Junior Football Championship 2011 was won by Ballivor who beat Navan O'Mahonys B's in the final 2-14 to 1-8.

Meath Junior A Football Championship Top Winners

Team Titles Winning Years
Martry 6 1907, 1915, 1920, 1930, 1943, 1964.
Ballinabrackey 5 1926, 1972, 1977, 1985, 2010.
Carnaross 4 1921, 1945, 1951, 1991.
Curragha 3 1941, 1976, 2001.
De la Salle (Navan) 3 1932, 1933, 1938
Drumconrath 3 1928, 1963, 1996
Duleek 3 1921, 1935, 1995
Dunshaughlin 3 1928, 1950, 1958
Kells 3 1917, 1922, 1951.
Oldcastle 3 1937, 1944, 1956
Summerhill 3 1931, 1953, 1975
Donaghmore 2 1924, 1971
Drumree 2 1959, 1998
St. Peter's, Dunboyne 2 1962, 1989
Kilcoon 2 1925, 1973
Longwood 2 1939, 2009
Meath Hill 2 1942, 1980
Moynalvey 2 1981, 2008
Navan Gaels 2 1905, 1906
Navan O'Mahony's 2 1949, 1974
Nobber 2 1946, 2002
Rathkenny 2 1916, 1984
Ratoath 2 1970, 2004
Slane 2 1918, 1952
St. Michael's 2 1982, 2005
St. Ultan's 2 2000, 2006
Trim 2 1934, 1940
Walterstown 2 1961, 1978
Ardcath 1 1948
Athboy 1 1957
Balllinlough 1 1988
Ballivor 1 2011
Bective 1 1997
Bellewstown 1 1986
Bettystown 1 1908
Bohermeen 1 1965
Clann na nGael 1 2007
Cortown 1 1993
Dulane 1 1923
Donore 1 1913
Flathouse 1 1968
Fordstown 1 1965
Gaeil Colmcille 1 1966
Gormanstown 1 1945
Kells Stars 1 1911
Kilbride 1 1960
Martinstown 1 1969
Moynalty 1 1987
Navan Harps 1 1909
Newtown Round Towers 1 1897
O'Growney's 1 1910
Seneschelstown 1 1936
Syddan 1 1927
Simonstown Gaels 1 1990
St. Brigid's 1 1994
St. Colmcille's 1 1983
St. Mary's 1 1979
St. Paul's 1 1999
Wolfe Tones 1 2003
Young Irelands 1 1947

Roll of Honour

Year Winner Runner-up
2011 Ballivor 2-14 Navan O'Mahony's B 1-08
2010 Ballinabrackey 3-4 Ballivor 0-10
2009 Longwood Dunsany
2008 Moynalvey Rathoath
2007 Clann na Gael Moynalvey
2006 St. Ultans Kilmainhamwood
2005 St. Michael's Navan O'Mahony's
2004 Ratoath Dunsany
2003 Wolfe Tones Rathoath
2002 Nobber Dunsany
2001 Curragha Rathoath
2000 St. Ultan's St. Peter's, Dunboyne
1999 St. Paul's Moylagh
1998 Drumree St. Mary's
1997 Bective Skryne
1996 Drumconrath Meath Hill
1995 Duleek Drumconrath
1994 St. Brigid's Baconstown
1993 Cortown
1992 Gaeil Colmcille Rathoath
1991 Carnaross Drumree
1990 Simonstown Gaels Cortown
1989 St. Peter's, Dunboyne Carnaross
1988 Ballinlough Carnaross
1987 Moynalty
1986 Bellewstown
1985 Ballinabrackey Moynalty
1984 Rathkenny
1983 St. Colmcilles
1982 St. Michael's
1981 Moynalvey St. Michael's
1980 Meath Hill Moynalty
1979 St. Mary's Meath Hill
1978 Walterstown St. Mary's
1977 Ballinabrackey Skryne
1976 Curragha Nobber
1975 Summerhill Drumbaragh Emmets
1974 Navan O'Mahony's
1973 Kilcoon Gibbstown
1972 Ballinabrackey Dunsany
1971 Donaghmore
1970 Ratoath Navan O'Mahony's
1969 Martinstown
1968 Flathouse
1967 Dunshaughlin Skryne
1966 Gaeil Colmcille Summerhill
1965 Bohermeen
1964 Martry Enfield
1963 Drumconrath Ballinabrackey
1962 St. Peter's, Dunboyne
1961 Walterstown Rathoath
1960 Kilbride Batterstown
1959 Drumree St. Patrick's
1958 Dunshaughlin
1957 Athboy
1956 Oldcastle Nobber
1955 Carnaross Curraha
1954 Fordstown
1953 Summerhill Drumbarragh
1952 Slane
1951 Kells
1950 Dunshaughlin Skryne
1949 Navan O'Mahony's Culmullen
1948 Ardcath Ballinabrackey
1947 Young Irelands
1946 Nobber
1945 Gormanstown
1944 Oldcastle
1943 Martry
1942 Meath Hill Kilcloon
1941 Carnaross Wilkinstown
1940 Trim
1939 Longwood Ballinlough
1938 De la Salle (Navan)
1937 Oldcastle
1936 Seneschelstown
1935 Duleek
1934 Trim
1933 De la Salle (Navan)
1932 De la Salle (Navan)
1931 Summerhill St. Colmcille
1930 Martry
1929 Carnaross Curraha
1928 Drumconrath Rathmoylan
1927 Syddan
1926 Ballinabrackey Boyerstown
1925 Kilcoon
1924 Donaghmore
1923 Dulane Drumree
1922 Kells
1921 Duleek
1920 Martry
1919 Enfield Kilbeg
1918 Slane
1917 Kells
1916 Rathkenny
1915 Martry
1914 Curragha
1913 Donore
1912 Carnaross Skryne
1911 Kells Stars
1910 O'Growney's
1909 Navan Harps
1908 Bettystown
1907 Martry
1906 Navan Gaels
1905 Navan Gaels
1897 Newtown Round Towers

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