There were some outstanding team performances over the year. Curraha's memorable win in the Intermediate, Meath Hill finally landing the Junior title, hurling titles for O'Mahonys at Junior and Intermediate level. The Meath ladies brilliant run to that Leinster Intermediate title. An All-Ireland B crown for our minor hurlers, that great run by the Meath Under 17 footballers and what about how Kilmessan finished out the year with a second All Ireland Junior camogie crown.
We have narrowed a very impressive list down to four.
Kiltale created history when they defeated Kildalkey in the Senior Hurling Championship final to claim the Jubilee Cup for a very impressive four in a row.
Simonstown waited years to get their hands on the Keegan Cup and all of a sudden two of them came along. Colm O'Rourke's charges went through this year's campaign unbeaten to retain the Meath senior football championship title.
Dunboyne ladies created history when they defeated Kinsale to take home the All-Ireland ladies Intermediate Club football title. Not bad considering that they won the Meath JFC title only 2 years ago.
Our award goes to the Meath camogie team. John Davis' charges gave their supporters a magical season that ended with an All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie championship title after that memorable replay win over Cork at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.