Meath Junior Football Championship

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Meath Junior Football Championship
Founded 1897 –
Trophy Matthew Ginnity Cup
Title holders Bective (2nd title)
Most titles Martry (6 titles)
Sponsors Teach na Teamhrach

The Meath Junior Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association between Gaelic Football clubs in Co. Meath, Ireland that are in the Junior division. The winner of this championship will be promoted to the Intermediate division. The winner also represents Meath in the Leinster Junior Club Football Championship. The Meath Junior Football Championship 2016 was won by Bective who beat Dunsany in the final 0-15 to 0-12.

Up until 1971, the Junior 'A' winners played against the Junior 'B' winners in the Junior Championship final, even though the teams involved in the final had played in different grades of football throughout the season.

Meath Junior 'A' Football Championship[edit]

Meath Junior 'A' Football Championship Top Winners[edit]

Team Titles Winning Years
Martry 6 1907, 1915, 1920, 1930, 1943, 1964.
Ballinabrackey 5 1926, 1972, 1977, 1985, 2010.
Curraha 4 1941, 1976, 2001, 2015.
Carnaross 4 1921, 1945, 1951, 1991.
De la Salle (Navan) 3 1932, 1933, 1938
Drumconrath 3 1928, 1963, 1996
Duleek 3 1921, 1935, 1995
Dunshaughlin 3 1928, 1950, 1958
Kells 3 1917, 1922, 1951.
Oldcastle 3 1937, 1944, 1956
Summerhill 3 1931, 1953, 1975
Ratoath 3 1970, 2004, 2012
Bective 2 1997, 2016
Cortown 2 1993, 2014
Donaghmore 2 1924, 1971
Drumree 2 1959, 1998
St. Peter's Dunboyne 2 1962, 1989
Kilcoon 2 1925, 1973
Longwood 2 1939, 2009
Meath Hill 2 1942, 1980
Moynalvey 2 1981, 2008
Navan Gaels 2 1905, 1906
Navan O'Mahony's 2 1949, 1974
Nobber 2 1946, 2002
Rathkenny 2 1916, 1984
Slane 2 1918, 1952
St. Michael's 2 1982, 2005
St. Ultan's 2 2000, 2006
Trim 2 1934, 1940
Walterstown 2 1961, 1978
Ardcath 1 1948
Athboy 1 1957
Balllinlough 1 1988
Ballivor 1 2011
Bellewstown 1 1986
Bettystown 1 1908
Bohermeen 1 1965
Clann na nGael 1 2007
Dulane 1 1923
Donore 1 1913
Drumbaragh Emmets 1 2013
Flathouse 1 1968
Fordstown 1 1965
Gaeil Colmcille 2 1966, 1992
Gormanstown 1 1945
Kells Stars 1 1911
Kilbride 1 1960
Martinstown 1 1969
Moynalty 1 1987
Navan Harps 1 1909
Newtown Round Towers 1 1897
O'Growney's 1 1910
Seneschelstown 1 1936
Syddan 1 1927
Simonstown Gaels 1 1990
St. Brigid's 1 1994
St. Colmcille's 1 1983
St. Mary's 1 1979
St. Paul's 1 1999
Wolfe Tones 1 2003
Young Irelands 1 1947

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Meath Junior Football Championship Roll of Honour[edit]

From the inaugural Junior B championship in 1958 until 1971, the winners of the Junior A Championship and the winners of the Junior B Championship would play in the Junior Championship final to determine promotion to the I.F.C. On many occasions, both teams were promoted.

Meath Junior 'B' Football Championship[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up
2016 St. Vincent's (0-16) Moynalty (1-8)
2015 Seneschalstown 'B'(0-14) St. Vincent's (1-7)
2014 Wolfe Tones 'B' (1-11) Seneschalstown 'B' (1-10)
2013 Boardsmill (1-13) Moynalty (2-9)
2012 Dunshaughlin 'B' (0-12) St. Mary's Donore (0-9)
2011 Clonard (1-13) Ratoath 'B' (0-7)
2010 Trim 'B' (2-4) Moynalty (0-9)
2009 Duleek/Bellewstown 'B' (0-12) Moynalty (1-7)
2008 Donaghmore/Ashbourne 'B' (1-8) St. Vincent's (0-8)
2007 Wolfe Tones 'B' (1-10) Trim 'B' (1-6)
2006 St. Brigid's Ballinacree (1-7) Clonard (0-6)
2005 Boardsmill (1-10) St. Brigid's Ballinacree (1-9)
2004 Longwood (2-12) Walterstown 'B' (0-6)
2003 St. Vincent's (1-10) Boardsmill (2-6)
2002 Summerhill 'B' (1-9) Walterstown 'B' (1-6)
2001 Kilmainham (3-12) Longwood (0-9)
2000 Dunderry 'B' (1-10) Kilmainham (2-6)
1999 Drumbaragh Emmets (1-7) Walterstown 'B' (0-7)
1998 Trim 'B' (0-9) Clonard (0-6)
1997 Curraha (1-8) Castletown 'B' (0-9)
1996 Seneschalstown 'B' (3-13) Clonard (0-12)
1995 Simonstown Gaels 'B' (0-13) Curraha (0-11)
1994 Dunshaughlin 'B'
1993 Slane 'B' (1-9) Seneschalstown 'B' (0-10)
1992 Batterstown (2-8) Dunshaughlin (0-10)
1991 Trim 'B' (2-10) St. Ultan's (0-5)
1990 St. Peter's Dunboyne 'B' (0-11) Robinstown (0-8)
1989 Skryne 'B'
1988 Nobber 'B' (2-3) Skryne 'B' (1-3)
1987 Simonstown Gaels 'B' (1-7) Duleek 'B' (1-6)
1986 St. Peter's Dunboyne 'B' (1-8) Ratoath 'B' (1-4)
1985 Navan O'Mahonys 'C' (1-11) Castletown 'B' (1-5)
1984 Ballivor 'B'
1983 Slane 'B' (2-4) Walterstown 'C' (1-5)
1982 Syddan 'B' (0-7) Duleek 'B' (2-0)
1981 Martinstown/Athboy 'B' (1-10) Ballivor 'B' (0-5)
1980 Walterstown 'C' (0-10) Martinstown/Athboy 'B' (1-5)
1979 Gaeil Colmcille 'B' (4-6) Martinstown/Athboy 'B' (2-5)
1978 Trim 'B' (1-5) Rathkenny 'B' (0-4)
1977 Walterstown 'B' (2-9) Longwood (1-5)
1976 Skryne 'C' (5-7) Baconstown (0-4)
1975 St. Patricks 'B' (2-7) Curraha (0-11)
1974 Gaeil Colmcille 'B' (0-5, 2-5 R) Nobber (1-2, 1-2 R)
1973 Seneschalstown 'B' (2-4) Summerhill 'B' (0-2)
1972 Batterstown (3-7) Summerhill 'B' (0-3)
1971 Clonard (1-8) St. Peter's Dunboyne 'B' (0-5)
1970 Navan O'Mahonys 'B' (0-7) Simonstown Gaels (0-4)
1969 Kilcloon (0-9) Shallon (0-6)
1968 Gibbstown (0-8) Walterstown 'C' (0-4)
1967 Skryne 'B' (3-7) Bective (0-5)
1966 Gaeil Colmcille 'B' (1-4) Flathouse (0-3)
1965 Bohermeen (4-6) Commons (1-2)
1964 Martry (4-9) Boardsmill (2-1)
1963 Kilberry (2-7) Lougher (2-5)
1962 Donore 'B' (2-10) Athboy 'B' (2-4)
1961 Walterstown (0-10) St. Peter's Dunboyne 'B' (1-4)
1960 Batterstown (1-9) Commons (2-4)
1959 Longwood (5-6) Skryne 'B' (0-5)
1958 Dunshaughlin (1-6) Rathmolyon (1-2)