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A Royal Year in Sport-2013 Sports Review

Thursday, 19th December, 2013 5:35pm
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A Royal Year in Sport-2013 Sports Review
A Royal Year in Sport-2013 Sports Review

Our free special 2013 Sporting Review Supplement is available in our next Meath Chronicle issue dated the 28th & available on the shelves on Monday, the 23rd of December.

Another sporting year reviewed and we can all look back at 2013 with our own particular highlights. There were probably some low moments that are just as memorable. The 2013 version of A Royal Year In Sport is an action-packed production that endeavours to cover the majority of those memorable moments. Gaelic games feature prominently and although no silverware came into the Royal County on the senior football front, there was some notable achievements with new manager Mick O’Dowd.

Soccer, camogie, hurling, athletics, motorsport, cycling, golf, rugby, basketball, bowls and an array of other sports are all combined within the supplement reviewing the achievements  of 2013. Thank you, from the Meath Chronicle Sports Journalists, for your co-operation, congratulations on your achievements and we hope you enjoy the memories from 2013 in your souvenir publication – A Royal Year In Sport.

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