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Aug
1
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 3. Skryne 2-13, Rathkenny 2-13

Late Looby goal earns Skryne a deserved draw Skryne 2-13, Rathkenny 2-13 Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 3. A late goal from James Looby looked to have sealed a dramatic victory for Skryne by 2-14 to 2-13, but a cross reference of the scores with referee Stephen Murphy dampened Skryne’s celebrations as he confirmed that the game had ended in a draw on a scoreline of 2-13 each. Nevertheless, Skryne deserved to get […]

Jul
31
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 3. Dunshaughlin 0-14 Skryne 1-11

Dunshaughlin snatch a draw Dunshaughlin 0-14 Skryne 1-11 Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 3. Skryne produced an excellent first half performance in this Premier Football Championship Division 1 game to take a well deserved half-time lead. But the old achillies heel of indiscipline was to prove costly in the second half as Skryne relinquished a 2 point lead at the end of normal time only to end the game in a draw when […]

Jul
25
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 2. Skryne 1-10, Seneschalstown 4-14

First half goalfest sees Seneschalstown plunder a win in Skryne Skryne 1-10, Seneschalstown 4-14 Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 2. An electric opening quarter from Seneschalstown saw them open an eleven point gap before the first half water break. This was a lead that never looked like been relinquished as Seneschalstown maintained control throughout and were full value for their victory. The damage was done in a three minute spell in the opening […]

Jul
21
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 7. Skryne 2-10 Ratoath 2-12

Ratoath cling on for a narrow victory  Skryne 2-10 Ratoath 2-12 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 7 The big story before this game was the return of Liam Harnan to the position of Banisteoir for Skryne, a position he last held when he lead Skryne to their most recent Keegan Cup victory in 2010. The Meath legend will have fond memories of his last stint as Manager of Skryne, but may have been having […]

Jul
18
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 2. Skryne 0-13 St. Pauls 1-07

VICTORY FOR SKRYNE’S THIRD TEAM Skryne 0-13 St. Pauls 1-07 Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 2.  Skryne’s third team produced an excellent performance against St. Paul’s first team in this Premier Division 5 Championship game, played in a heatwave in Skryne. This was one occasion when the water breaks were a necessity rather than a hinderance as very few players had experienced these conditions before. Having said that both teams coped very well […]

Jul
15
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 6. Seneschalstown 1-11 Skryne 2-13

SKRYNE OVERCOME SENESCHALSTOWN Seneschalstown 1-11 Skryne 2-13 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 6 Skryne made the short journey to neighbours Seneschalstown for this Feis Cup match and came away with a well deserved five point victory. Although probably already out of contention in this competition Skryne seemed to be much more up for the challenge than their rivals to whom the result was more important. Both teams were short a number of regulars but […]

Jul
3
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 1. Ballinabrackey 1-24 Skryne 2-02

Ballinabrackey rout Skryne Ballinabrackey 1-24 Skryne 2-02 Premier Football Championship. Division 5 – Round 1. Skryne had to travel to the Offaly border for their first round championship game against Ballinabrackey. Skryne like their Division 1 counterparts reached the final of this competition last time around and so would have been optimistic about their chances in this year’s competition. Skryne’s third team were missing almost half a dozen players from the team that lined out […]

Jul
3
2021

Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 1. Trim 4-12 Skryne 2-09

Slick Trim see off Skryne Trim 4-12 Skryne 2-09 Premier Football Championship. Division 1 – Round 1. Skryne travelled to Trim yesterday evening to kick off their Premier Football Championship campaign. Skryne’s last game in this competition was the final in September 2020 where they lost out to Donaghmore/Ashbourne.  Trim looked up for this game from the very off and their speed and mobility was something that would cause Skryne problems all through the game. […]

Jul
1
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 4. St. Colmcilles 1-17 Skryne 0-15

CILLES GIVE SKRYNE THE BLUES St. Colmcilles 1-17 Skryne 0-15 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 4 Skryne travelled to Pilltown for this Feis Cup match against St. Colmcilles but came away empty handed after this defeat, their second in the competition. The scoreline probably doesn’t do justice to the effort the lads put into this game which was in the melting pot right up to the final whistle. In fact after 28 minutes of […]

Jun
23
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 3. Skryne 0-17 Na Fianna 2-08

Skryne too strong for Na Fianna Skryne 0-17 Na Fianna 2-08 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 3 After a sobering defeat to Simonstown last time out, Skryne needed a good performance in Fr McManus Park to get things back on track. Skryne lined out without Ciarán Lenehan and Darragh Campion but welcomed back Tommy Carpenter who lined out at midfield alongside Harry Rooney. Na Fianna opened the scoring with Daniel Queeney opening his account […]

Jun
16
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 2. Simonstown Gaels 2-11 Skryne 0-10

Simonstown too hot to handle for Skryne Simonstown Gaels 2-11 Skryne 0-10 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 2 Simonstown is currently home to a Covid 19 vaccination centre. Skryne players and supporters were advised to use the back entrance to avoid crowds. This was a close as Skryne were to get to a smash and grab in this encounter as they toiled against a dominant Simonstown side. Both teams welcomed back their Meath Senior […]

Jun
9
2021

Feis Cup. Group B – Round 1. Skryne 2-11 Ballinabrackey 1-12

Skryne repel strong Ballinabrackey second half showing to clinch narrow victory Skryne 2-11 Ballinabrackey 1-12 Feis Cup. Group B – Round 1 It’s been 10 months since the Skryne Seniors lined out for their last competitive game. Since that last game, Ireland has been battling the relentless onslaught of Covid 19. The return of football feels like the Irish people flexing their muscles as they look to have secured a hard fought victory over the […]

Dec
3
2020

21st Anniversary of the 1999 Keegan Cup win

The 21st November 2020 marked the 21st anniversary of Skryne’s 1999 Keegan Cup victory over neighbours Dunshaughlin GAA in a year when the Championship final was delayed due to Meath’s All-Ireland Final win over Cork and also due to Trevor and Big Mac making the trip to Australia to represent and in Johnny’s case Captain Ireland in the Compromise Rules series.   Click the link below to view the Hogan Stand report on the 1999 Championship […]

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