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    Our club shop section has been added to the O’Neills website where you can purchase Naomh Malachi merchandise (https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/naomh-malachi-gfc.html). A portion of the revenue from these sales will go back into the club.

    Glen Emmets advance to semi-finals at the expense of Mals

    Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final: Glen Emmets 2-17 Naomh Malachi 2-9 The form book held as the favourites, Glen Emmets advanced to the semi-finals of the Junior Football Championship on Saturday evening at the expense of a gallant Naomh Malachi outfit. The sides shared the opening four points, before the impressive Pierce Caherty edged the border outfit in front in the

    Rousing second half performance sees Mals claim vital points over ‘Hill in relegation battle

    A rousing second half resurgence, when they hit 2-5 without reply, saw the Malachis complete an 11 point turnaround on their way to securing a vital win which boosts their chances of avoiding the drop to Division 4. Trailing 2-6 to 1-0 at the break, the hosts looked in disarray following a most lacklustre first half performance which saw them

    Mals overcome Nicks to advance to quarter-finals

    Goals from Donal Begley and Eamonn Agnew saw the Malachis across the finish line at the expense of St Nicholas and into the Junior Football Championship quarter-finals for a second successive year. With both sides struggling in their respective league campaigns there was added pressure to get a result following opening day losses at the hands of Glyde Rangers. Noel

    Glyde secure safe passage into quarter-finals

    Glyde Rangers eased into the knockout stages of the Junior Football Championship thanks to a nine-point victory over a spirited Naomh Malachi outfit in Louth Village. The Tallanstown outfit raced into a six-point lead inside the opening quarter and were never headed in a contest where Brian Duffy and Niall Sharkey were to the fore. Played in slippery conditions, the

    Westerns ease relegation fears with victory in Courtbane

    The Reaghstown men eased any lingering relegation fears when they put the Malachis to the sword on Saturday evening in Courtbane. There was just a two-point difference between the sides with twenty minutes left on the clock but a strong finish from the visitors ensured they left with an important league victory. In ideal conditions, the visitors started the brighter

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