1995 Meath Intermediate Football Championship

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Meath I.F.C.
Season 1995
Champions Simonstown Gaels
1st Intermediate Football Championship title
Relegated None
Matches played ??
1994
1996

The 1995 Meath Intermediate Football Championship is the 69th edition of the Meath GAA's premier club Gaelic football tournament for intermediate graded teams in County Meath, Ireland. The tournament consists of 17 teams. The championship starts with a group stage and then progresses to a knock out stage.

This was St. Brigid's Ballinacree's debut in the middle grade as they were promoted from the J.F.C. after claiming the 1994 Meath Junior Football Championship title.

On 24 September 1995, Simonstown Gaels claimed their 1st Intermediate championship title when they defeated Castletown 0-16 to 2-9 in the final at Pairc Tailteann.

Team changes[edit]

[1] [2]

The following teams have changed division since the 1994 championship season.

Group stage[edit]

There are 4 groups called Group A, B, C and D. The top two finishers in all groups will qualify for the quarter finals.

Group A[edit]

Group B[edit]

Group C[edit]

Knock-out Stages[edit]

Finals[edit]

The teams in the quarter-finals are the second placed teams from each group and the Group A winner. The teams in the semi finals are Group B and C winners along with the quarter final winners.


  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                     
  Rathkenny 1-10  
St. Patrick's 0-6  
  Simonstown Gaels 2-9  
    Rathkenny 0-2  
   
       
    Simonstown Gaels 0-16
  Castletown 2-9
       
     
Syddan 1-8
    Castletown 1-9  
Ballinabrackey 0-6
  Syddan 1-9  

Quarter-Final:

  • Syddan 1-9, 0-6 Ballinabrackey, 27/8/1995,
  • Rathkenny 1-10, 0-6 St. Patrick's, 27/8/1995,

Semi-Final:

  • Simonstown Gaels 2-9, 0-2 Rathkenny, 10/9/1995,
  • Castletown 1-9, 1-8 Syddan, 10/9/1995,

Final:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Meath Chronicle Archives". Irishnewsarchive.com. 16 January 2018. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Meath Gaelic Football Champions Roll of Honor". Hoganstand.com. 16 January 2018. Retrieved 16 January 2018.

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