- Nobber GAA
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Nobber GFC is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Nobber, County Meath, Ireland. The club competes in Meath GAA competitions. The club has won the Meath Senior Football Championship once when North Meath GAA (which consisted of a few clubs in North Meath including Nobber) won the title in 1950. In 1983,1986 and 1989 Nobber reached the semi-final of the Senior championship.The club currently competes at Senior level.
- Nobber reached the semi-final of the Meath Junior Football Championship after beating Dunsany in the quarter-final, but lost to Curraha 1-10 to 0-11 in a semi-final replay.
- Nobber won the Meath Junior Football Championship with a 1-15 to 2-7 scoreline over Dunsany. Nobber then went on to win the Leinster Junior Football Championship against Kildare side Moorfield, and then went on to win the All-Ireland in 2003.
- Nobber failed to qualify for the Meath Intermediate quarter-finals in 2003.
- In the All-Ireland Junior Football Championship Nobber defeated Monaghan side Corduff in the semi final and then went on to beat Kilmeena from Mayo 2-13 to 1-13.
- Nobber won the Meath All County 'A' Football League Division 4 with a win over Longwood.
- Nobber lost to Wolfe Tones in the semi-final of the Intermediate championship.
- Nobber lost out to neighbours Siddan in the semi-final of the Intermediate championship.
- Nobber bowed out of the Meath Intermediate Football Championship at the quarter-final stage to Castletown 0-13 to 0-10.
- Nobber reached the semi-final of the Intermediate Championship losing to eventual winners Donaghmore Ashbourne 2-10 to 1-8.
- Nobber performed poorly in the Meath All County 'A' Football League Division 3 winning only 4 of their 10 matches.
- 2008 was a disappointing year for Nobber as they failed to reach the knock-out stages of the Intermediate Championship by losing to St Michaels and Cortown.
- Nobber reached the semi-final of the Meath Intermediate Football Championship and narrowly lost to Kilmainhamwood after a replay 0-15 to 1-15.
- Nobber finished 6th in the Meath All County 'A' Football League Division 3.
- Nobber won the Intermediate championship in Pairc Tailteann, Navan, by defeating Carnaross in the final 1-12 to 0-7. In the quarter-final of the Leinster Intermediate Club Football Championship, Nobber travelled to Bunbrosna of Westmeath and narrowly edged a 2-10 to 1-11 victory. In the semi-final, Nobber defeated Carlow side Naomh Eoin by 0-11 to 1-7 in Dr. Cullen Park. On Sunday 16 January, Nobber faced Kildare side Ballymore Eustace in Ballymore Eustace in the Leinster final. Ballymore lead 0-9 to 0-4 at half time, but Nobber roared back, scoring many scores without reply but the Kildare outfit held out to win 0-12 to 0-10.
- Nobber also won the Meath All County 'A' Football League Division 3 after extra time in Kells against Ballinlough.
- Nober were beaten in the second round of the 2010 Feis Cup against Walterstown
- Nobber also competed in the Season 3 of the RTÉ television programme Celebrity Bainisteoir. Nobber's bainisteoir was television presenter Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh. Nobber hosted St Molaise GAA from Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh in their quarter-final on 11 August 2010. Nobber won the match and progressed to the semi-final of the event. On 10 October 2010, Nobber played Ballymun Kickhams in Ballymun, Co. Dublin, but lost with a final score of 2-9 to 2-4.
- Nobber's second team reached the Meath Junior C Football Championship final losing to Donaghmore/Ashbourne's third team. They also won the Meath All County 'B' Football League Division 3 final against Trim in Bohermeen.
- In the Senior Championship Nobber avoided relegation in the relegation play off with a two point win over Trim, which guaranteed a spot in the 2012 Senior Championship.
- In the 2011 Feis Cup Nobber lost in the 2nd Round to St Patricks.
- Nobber won the All-Ireland Intermediate Football Sevens in Ratoath. They beat Ratoath, County Meath in the semi-final and beat Tír na nÓg of Randalstown, County Antrim by 1-12 to 1-6 in the final after extra time.
- Nobber finished ninth out of twelve in their first year in the Meath All County 'A' Football League Division 2, winning only four of their eleven matches.
- Meath Senior Football Championship: 1
- 1950 (North Meath GAA)
- All-Ireland Intermediate Football Sevens: 1
- Meath Intermediate Football Championship: 2
- 1980, 2010
- Meath Junior Football Championship:2
- 1946, 2002
- Feis Cup:1
Meath Intermediate Football Champions
All Ireland Junior Club Football Champions
Meath GAA Affiliated Football Clubs Senior Football Championship
-Blackhall Gaels- Donaghmore/Ashbourne- Duleek/Bellewstown- Dunshaughlin- Moynalvey- Navan O'Mahony's- Nobber- Oldcastle- Rathkenny- Seneschalstown- Simonstown Gaels- Skryne- St Patricks- St Peters Dunboyne- Summerhill- Walterstown- Wolfe Tones-
Intermediate Football Championship
-Ballinabrackey- Ballinlough- Ballivor Carnaross- Castletown- Clann na nGael- Dunderry- Gaeil Colmcille- Longwood- Na Fianna- St Colmcilles- St Michaels- St Ultans- Syddan- Trim-
Junior Football Championship
Bective- Boardsmill- Clonard- Cortown- Curragha- Drumbarragh- Drumconrath- Drumree- Dunsany- Kilbride- Kilmainham- Kilmainhamwood- Meath Hill- Moylough- Moynalty- Ratoath- Slane- St Bridgets- St Mary's Donore- St Pauls- St Vincents-
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