Meath Minor Football Championship

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Meath Minor Football Championship
Irish Craobh Mionúir
An Mhí
Founded 1924
Trophy Delaney Cup
Title holders St. Peter's Dunboyne (2nd title)
First winner De La Salle
Most titles De La Salle (19 titles)
Sponsors LMFM

The Meath Minor Football Championship is a Gaelic Athletic Association competition organised by the Meath Minor County Board for minor (under-18) Gaelic football clubs in County Meath, Ireland. The current (2016) MFC Division 1 champions of Meath are St. Colmcille's (Lower-level teams play in Divisions 2-6).

The trophy awarded to the winners is the Delaney Cup.

Meath M.F.C. Division 1[edit]

  • The 1944 final was awarded to Clann na Mídhe when it became known that Kells St. Colmcille's played an illegal (over-aged) player.
  • The 1940 final was awarded to Kells after they objected to the final result.

MFC Division 2 Roll of Honour[edit]

This competition was known as the (Minor Football League) M.F.L. Division 2 before 2010.

Year Winner Opponent
2017 [14] [15] Wolfe Tones (2-11, 4-12 R) Summerhill (0-14, 2-16 R)
2016 [16] St. Vincent's/Curraha (2-13) St. Oliver's (2-11)
2015 [17] Oldcastle (3-11) Jenkinstown Gaels (3-10)
2014 [18] Trim (5-8) Seneschalstown (1-6)
2013 [19] Trim (2-14) Killary Emmets (1-5)
2012 [20] St. Vincent's/Curraha (2-15) Na Fianna (1-8)
2011 [21] Trim (1-10) Skryne (1-7)
2010 [22] St. Peter's Dunboyne (3-10) St. Vincent's/Curraha (1-14)
2009 Summerhill (2-6) Duleek/Bellewstown (1-8)
2008 [23] Skryne (2-10) Walterstown (0-6)
2007 [24] Round Towers (1-13) Walterstown (1-4)
2006 [25] Blackhall Gaels (3-8) Skryne (1-10)
2005 Parnells (2-8) Wolfe Tones (2-7)
2004 Parnells (2-12) St. Colmcille's (1-12)
2003 Simonstown Gaels (0-14) St. Cuthbert's (3-4)
2002 St. Martin's (0-11) (3-5 R) Ratoath (2-5) (2-7 R)
2001 St. Cianan's (0-13) Dee Rangers (1-9)
2000 Trim (2-9) St. Cianan's (1-8)
1999 Wolfe Tones (1-10) St. Ciarán's (0-9)
1998 Drumconrath/Meath Hill (1-14) Trim (1-8)
1997 St. Ciaran's (2-7) Blackhall Gaels (1-5)
1996 Walterstown (0-15 R) Parnells (1-9 R)
1995 Trim (2-11) St. Patrick's (1-7)
1994 Wolfe Tones/St. Michael's (3-6) Oldcastle (1-10)
1993
1992 Walterstown (1-7) St. Patrick's (1-4)
1991 Skryne (1-13) Clonard (0-8)
1990 Wolfe Tones/St. Michael's (1-7) Dee Rangers (0-8)

MFC Division 3 Roll of Honour[edit]

Year Winner Opponent
2017 [26] Oldcastle (5-14) Kilbride (3-13)
2016 [27] Clann na nGael (2-14) Ballivor/Boardsmill (2-7)
2015 [28] Seneschalstown (1-14) Duleek/Bellewstown (1-5)
2014 [29][30] Killary Emmets (2-9, 2-13 R) St. Patrick's (2-9, 2-9 R)
2013 [31] Wolfe Tones (2-9) Rathkenny (1-7)
2012 [32] St. Oliver's (3-11) Seneschalstown (1-4)
2011 [33] St. Vincent's/Curraha (4-9) St. Patrick's (1-10)
2010 Duleek/Bellewstown (1-15) Clonard (1-9)
2009
2008 St. Vincent's/Curraha (0-14) Dunsany (1-10)
2007 St. Vincent's/Curraha (3-10) Blackhall Gaels (1-15)
2006 Blackfort Gaels (1-11) Na Fianna (1-10)
2005 Blackfort Gaels (3-11) Skryne (3-10)
2004 Dee Rangers (1-16) St. Vincent's/Curraha (0-9)
2003 Ballinlough (1-14 R) Longwood (1-11 R)
2002 Dunsany (2-6) Ballinlough (0-8)
2001 St. Michael's (5-11) Walterstown (0-7)
2000 St. Patrick's (4-12) Na Fianna (0-4)
1999 Dunsany (1-16) St. Patrick's (2-9)
1998 Wolfe Tones (2-10, 2-21, 3-18) Seneschalstown (3-7, 4-15, 3-17)
1997 St. Patrick's (1-11) Drumconrath/Meath Hill (2-5)
1996 Drumconrath/Meath Hill (1-15) Athboy (3-7)

MFC Division 4 Roll of Honour[edit]

Year Winner Opponent Notes
2017 [34] St. Michael's/Nobber (4-12) St. Vincent's/Curraha (4-10)
2016 [35] St. Michael's/Nobber (3-12) Kilbride (2-9)
2015 [36] Ballivor/Boardsmill (3-11) Gaeil Colmcille (3-10)
2014 [37] Moynalty (3-9) Duleek/Bellewstown (0-5)
2013 Ballivor (4-17) Clann na nGael (1-9)
2012 [38] Dunboyne/Kilbride 'B' (1-13) Killary Emmets (1-8)
2011 [39] Seneschalstown (4-13) Moynalty (0-5)
2010
2009
2008 St. Ciaran's (2-6) Moynalvey (1-8) Known as MFL Div 3B
2007 Inny Gaels Dee Rangers Known as MFL Div 3B
2006 St. Vincent's Curraha (3-10) Bective (1-6)
2005
2004 Ballinabrackey/Clonard (2-8) Drumconrath/Meath Hill (2-6) Known as MFL Div 3 Shield
2003 Bective (3-9) St. Vincent's/Curraha (0-9)
2002 Moylagh St. Vincent's/Curraha
2001 Boardsmill (4-12) Athboy/Bective (1-5)
2000 No Competition
1999 No Competition
1998 No Competition

MFC Division 5 Roll of Honour[edit]

Year Winner Opponent Notes
2017 [40] Dunderry (2-13) St. Oliver's (0-12)
2016 [41] St. Cuthbert's (5-9) Duleek/Bellewstown (1-5)
2015 [42] Moynalty (1-15) Kilbride (1-10)
2014 [43][44] Nobber (3-13) Blackwater Gaels (3-11)
2013 [45] Dunderry (3-14 AET) Nobber (1-19 AET)
2012 [46] Ballinabrackey (2-10) Nobber (1-11)
2011 Na Fianna (2-10) Bective (1-10)
2010
2009
2008 Rathkenny (5-7 AET) Ballinabrackey (2-10 AET) Known as MFL Div 4
2007 Dunderry (0-12) Ballivor (2-5) Known as MFL Div 4
2006 No Competition
2005 No Competition
2004 No Competition
2003 No Competition

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