Tara…2-11 Moyfernagh…0-12 Second half goals from Declan Smyth (Dunsany) and Tommy Kinsella (Dunshaughlin) completed a fine turnaround for Ger Robinson’s ensemble representing the most sacred place in Meath against Moyfernagh. The latter basically encompassing qualifying clubs (Junior and Intermediate) in the greater Trim area. With the men from where once a harp regaled the halls… Read More The harp’s sweet tune gets Tara over the line
An Tuaisceart…4-10 Darnley…0-08 In last night’s other fixture at wet and windy Dunganny, the Brian Farrell-managed An Tuaisceart – comprising players from Nobber, Meath Hill, Drumconrath, Kilmainhamwood, Syddan and Castletown – netted four times after half time to ease past the Darnley combination which represent the Clan Na nGael, Dunderry, Cortown and St Ultan’s clubs.… Read More Second half goal salvo sees Tuaisceart on top
June 9th past marked three years since the Boylan Talks Sport website was re-launched and around that time we passed the slightly surreal landmark of having had 200,000 views. That is the exact amount of thanks I offer to each and every one of you and many, many more, because without the support and encouragement… Read More 200,000 Thank Yous
Meath manager Nick Weir has revealed his lineup for tomorrow’s Allianz National Hurling League opening round encounter against Kildare in St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge. The match has a midday throw in time. Therein, The Royals – who this week announced the extension of their sponsorship deal with Glenveigh Homes – will be hoping to kickstart… Read More Weir shows his hand for League opener
ST PETER’S, DUNBOYNE v. DONAGHMORE/ASHBOURNE
How does somebody in a wheelchair take 985 steps in a day? I don’t know either but my new watch obviously has it sussed because the day before yesterday that is exactly what it informed me I had accomplished at day’s end. Now read on… Anybody who has been ingesting my output for long enough… Read More Expanding horizons or aging with dignity – you decide!
Meath……1-15 Louth……1-11 Hughie Corcoran – remember the name. The Drumbarragh youngster gave a classy display full of potential as only weeks after claiming the Leinster MFC title for 2020, they earned the right to have a crack at holding onto the trophy thanks to a highly impressive second half showing. With only three members of… Read More Corcoran Shows His Class As holders Book Final Ticket
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