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Navan to host Athboy in McGee Cup

Tuesday, 31st December, 2013 1:19pm

Story by Conall Collier
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Navan to host Athboy in McGee Cup

Rugby action will resume at Balreask Old this Friday evening when Navan host Athboy in a McGee Cup encounter at 8pm while the club's first team will play their first game of 2014 on Saturday when they face Skerries in the AIL Div2A/2B Plate competition at 2.30pm 

 

Navan will continue their quest for AIL Div2B points on Saturday, 11th Jaunary when they welcome Greystones to Balreask Old for what will be a crucial game.

 

FIXTURES

FRIDAY 3rd JANUARY

 

McGee Cup - Navan v Athboy 8pm

 

SATURDAY 4th JANUAR

AIL Div 2A / 2B Plate - Navan v Skerries, 2.30pm

OTHER SATURDAY GAMES

 

Navan v Kilkenny, Away   1.30pm            Leinster U14 League

Navan v Birr, Away   12.30pm          Leinster U14 League

Navan v Ardee, Home  12.30pm          North-East U15 League

Navan v Wexford, Home  1.00pm            Leinster U17 League

Navan B v New Ross, Away   12.30pm          Leinster U17 League

Navan v Wicklow, Away   12.00pm          Leinster U15/U18 Girls Leagues

 

SUNDAY 5th JANUARY 

Navan v NUIM Barnhall, Home 2,30 Metro Div 2.

                                              

To Be Confirmed

Navan v Boyne, away, North-East U19 League – Saturday or Sunday 

 

Conall Collier   

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