News from Dunderry
Following the success last year of the GAA World games in which Meath man Paddy Darcy from Dunderry was involved in a co-ordinationg role, more than 1,700 Gaelic footballers, hurlers and camogie players from 10 regions around the globe are bringing ...
Meath clubs to assist at GAA World Games
Starting at 10.30am from the Office of Public Works (OPW) head office on Jonathan Swift Street, the route takes in Summerhill and Kiltale where there will be a short break beforing continuing on to Kilmessan, Bective, Robinstown and Dunderry where ...
Cycle Against Suicide SpinOff comes to Trim
The former governor of Mountjoy Prison, John Lonergan, will visit Dunderry tomorrow night to deliver a talk on the challenges and rewards involved with parenting. Mr Lonergan's talk will focus on a number of important issues facing parents of children ...
Former mountjoy governors talk on parenting in <b>dunderry</b>
Blackhall knew a win would secure their place, but they were also aware that any slip up would allow either or Dunderry back into the frame, but as it transpired O'Mahonys heavy loss to Killyon left them out of the picture and Dunderry's failure to ...
Blackhall secure draw to advance to shc quarterfinals
Kildalkey recorded a 54 (fifty four) point win over Dunderry as the game ended 11-26 to 0-5 in Boardsmill. The result is pretty eye-catching, but we have seen a few big winning margins in the last few months, however, the unique thing about this game ...
Referee blows up hurling match 10 minutes early because of this enormous score <b>...</b>
Navan O'Mahonys had to work hard for their first win of the SHC this year at Athboy this evening when they edged out Dunderry. An injury-time point from Paddy Skehan secured a 1-17 to 1-16 win for Navan O'Mahonys following an exciting tussle. SHC
Omahonys edge out <b>dunderry</b>
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