Unprecedented quiet times on the GAA front and with no return on the horizon because of Covid-19 we have come up with a novel way to keeping your Royal GAA mind occupied.
Since 1988 we have won four All-Ireland finals. You the reader can have a say in picking our Best XV from that glorious era.
Like the Number 2 jersey two players dominated the full back position over the four All-Ireland wins of 1987, '88, '96 and 1999.
A county with a great tradition of producing some outstanding footballers on the edge of the square.
Summerhill's Mick Lyons was the most feared full back in the country for over ten years winning 2 All Irelands (captain in '87), 5 Leinsters, 2 NFL and 2 All Stars.
Darren Fay burst on to the county scene in 1995 and within 4 years had 2 All Ireland medals in his back pocket. The Trim clubman also won 3 All Stars.
It's a topic of great discussion when it comes to picking Meath's best full back and even more so when it comes to separating Lyons and Fay.Tweet