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Meath competed in their first SFC final in 1896 losing to a Tipperary side by one point. This was the spark for Meath’s involvement in fifteen more SFC All-Ireland finals winning seven. One of Navan’s famous sons Dick Blake served as Secretary of the GAA from 1895 to 1898, oversaw the overhaul of Gaelic football, standardising the size of the ball, introducing linesmen to assist referees and fixing a goal’s value at three points instead of five. Meath also won the epic four game salvo against Dublin in the 1991 Leinster SFC. Over 237,00 people attended the games of which two were drawn after extra time. Like to add something? We’d love to hear from you by email: suggestions@ganzee.ie

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