Nicky nips in to ensure Meath capture Christy for third time

Meath…1-23 Derry…1-21 When Nicky Potterton gathered possession, wheeled away and ended up lashing the sliotar to the Derry net, it appeared to be merely the white icing atop the almond equivalent on Meath’s victory cake in this pulsating Christy Ring Cup decider at Croke Park. At that stage, it left Seoirse Bulfin’s side clear by… Read More Nicky nips in to ensure Meath capture Christy for third time

Regan finds his range as Meath Shine in taking title

Meath…0-20 Donegal…0-14 Having just seen the Roscommon football team with which he is a mentor defeat his native Donegal and in so doing relegate them, Mark McHugh stated that, having attained promotion last season under Anthony Cunningham, their main objective was to maintain their top flight status. Having become something of a yoyo team in… Read More Regan finds his range as Meath Shine in taking title

Anyone sitting at the table needs a Jack in the pack!

Meath… 2-22 London… 2-21 Jack Regan pointed twice in injury time to ensure Meath left McGovern Park in Ruislip with their unbeaten record in this year’s Allianz NHL intact, but that only tells a fraction of the story. Now read on… The prolific Kiltale clubman has been gradually introduced to Meath’s campaign in recent weeks,… Read More Anyone sitting at the table needs a Jack in the pack!

O’Hanrahan outpoints Sligo as Meath make it two from two

Meath…0-22 Sligo…1-13 Padraig O’Hanrahan scored more points for Meath than Sligo managed in their entirety as the visitors came away from the foot of Mount Benbulben with two crucial points in what is turning out to be a feverishly competitive Div. 2B of the Allianz NHL. The deadly accurate Ratoath player hit 0-15 in all… Read More O’Hanrahan outpoints Sligo as Meath make it two from two

Disappointing Kehoe conclusion in lunchtime shoot out

Meath… 0-18 Kildare… 2-24 Needing to win big in this lunchtime encounter at Dunganny, the last thing Meath needed was David O’Flaherty rifling to their net inside the first minute. Podge O’Hanrahan responded with two points for Meath, but unfortunately that was as good as it got for them. With James Burke in awesome form… Read More Disappointing Kehoe conclusion in lunchtime shoot out