1923 Meath Senior Football Championship
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5th Senior Championship Title
The 1923 Meath Senior Football Championship was the 31st edition of the Meath GAA's premier inter-county Gaelic football tournament, for the 3 clubs that were entered. The final was played in Kells with Rathkenny receiving a walkover from Navan Harps in the final, and thus claiming their 5th Senior title. This was a strange Championship, in that Rathkenny won the Championship playing only one game in the process.
The clubs that participated were:
|Club||1923 Championship Position|
Navan Harps v Martry
|Navan Harps||Null & Void||Martry|
- As there were only three teams entered in the Championship, and as Rathkenny had already played Martry it was eventually decided that they would play Navan Harps in the final.
- After much discussion, it was decided by the Meath County Board that the final was to be played in Kells. Navan Harps disagreed to this however, and failed to show for the final at Kells. Eventually it was agreed that Rathkenny be awarded the championship.