Meath Forum

Clubs You Have A Soft Spot For

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I thought the Programme for the weekends county finals was fantastic. One thing that i found particularly interesting was asking the players that were interviewed if they had a soft spot for any club outside of their own.
Who do posters on HS like to see doing well in either code outside of their own clubs?

Seeing as the club football is now finished and the hurling is finishing next weekend, this might give us something to talk about before the county action comes back.

I have a soft spot for Rathkenny and was delighted for them on Saturday. Also like to see the Bracks do well, always found them good lads when playing against them.

Have great respect for Kildalkey in the small ball.

Meathmaverick (Meath) - Posts: 106 - 09/10/2023 15:48:24    2507597


Curraha! Think they punch way above their weight!

Plenty of clubs I hate standing on the sideline watching because of supporters but would have to say Summerhill supporters yesterday were great!

ASaminthehand (Meath) - Posts: 422 - 09/10/2023 20:13:36    2507647


I have a liking for Trim as I always found the people in that town very friendly and likeable. Most clubs have mainly good people but they all seem to have someone to get them disliked.

Ashrules (Dublin) - Posts: 518 - 09/10/2023 22:29:10    2507656


I'd go with summerhill. Play football the right way, and never seem to get too involved in any nonsense on the pitch either. Was happy they won the championship this year.

Side note, think we can look to Gillespie to be the next Meath manager based on his performance to date.

Up4deMatch (Meath) - Posts: 20 - 13/10/2023 18:22:40    2508252


Definitely not meath hill.

lough4life (Meath) - Posts: 2 - 15/10/2023 10:19:10    2508407


Replying To lough4life:  "Definitely not meath hill."
Lucky enough you don't have to worry about them being stuck in Junior hahahaha

Head4TheBlackSpot (Meath) - Posts: 20 - 19/10/2023 12:04:43    2509218