Saturday 18th Aug 2018 saw two Meath Juveniles claim National titles in Fermoy Co. Cork in the National Juvenile Strokeplay Championships. Sophie Farnan (Skryne) won the National U-16 Girls title and Evan Carry (Castletown) won the National U-16 Boys title.

This is the first National Juvenile title for the Skryne club while this was Evan's third National U-16 Strokeplay title in a row. Evan has become only the second player in history to do three-in-a-row in the National Boys Strokeplay.

Evan is now the holder of the National U-16 Strokeplay, National U-16 Matchplay, Leinster U-16 Strokeplay & Leinster U-16 Matchplay titles.

For the first time ever, the National Boys Strokeplay, the National Boys Matchplay and the National Girls Strokeplay championship have all been won in the same year by players from the same county - Congratulations to both Sophie and Evan on their historic wins this weekend.

Pictured below: PPUI Youth Officer Helen McMorrow, Sophie Farnan (Skryne), Evan Carry (Castletown) & PPUI President Mervyn Cooney.

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Following a recent meeting of the ladies who entered the inter county trials and tonight's County Board Meeting, it has been decided to only enter one ladies inter county team into the Leinster Inter County in the Inter Grade. The updated team lists are as follows:

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Attached are the next stages of the Meath Leagues 2018 following the group stages.

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